The United States frequently frustrates me. Its potential for creating wealth is great; much greater than most people realize.
Articles by Stephen Mauzy
By Stephen Mauzy | Oct 16, 2013
Time heals all wounds. But does that include wounds inflicted by an ill-timed stock purchase?
By Stephen Mauzy | Oct 11, 2013
No one gets it right all the time, and that includes the world's greatest investors. To continually calibrate price and time without fail is impossible. Every investor has been annoyed at seeing the share price drift lower after a purchase.
By Stephen Mauzy | Oct 9, 2013
Earnings used to be the primary driver of stock prices. As earnings go, stock prices were sure to follow. That's no longer the case. To be sure, earnings matter. But today there is a disconnect between earnings and stock prices.
By Stephen Mauzy | Oct 3, 2013
Natural gas has always been less expensive than crude oil. But today, the market is putting a huge value on crude while considerably discounting natural gas.
By Stephen Mauzy | Sep 30, 2013
When it comes to natural gas, the United States has a distinct advantage. And this advantage creates a big profit opportunity for a select group of U.S. companies.
By Stephen Mauzy | Sep 27, 2013
More dividends or less dividends? I'd guess that the vast majority of income investors would prefer “more”.
By Stephen Mauzy | Sep 25, 2013
Most large banks couldn't care less about their traditional and important function as prudent capital allocators. They've been incentivized not to.
By Stephen Mauzy | Sep 18, 2013
Legendary value investor Carl Icahn is one of my favorite investors. And when he invests, I pay attention.
By Stephen Mauzy | Sep 17, 2013
Few quotes are more insightful, yet few quotes are more ignored. I continually see investors lose money reaching for yield.