Selection for Wednesday, February 19, 2020

The 10 stocks below have been randomly and automatically selected from the currently listed stocks at these exchanges: NASDAQ (3352 stocks), NYSE Amex (297 stocks), New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) (3079 stocks), NYSE ARCA (125 stocks).

HLI Houlihan Lokey, Inc. Class A Common Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

AHT-I Ashford Hospitality Trust Inc 7.50% Series I Cumulative Preferred Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

MSB Mesabi Trust Common Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

SOHO Sotherly Hotels Inc. - Common Stock, NASDAQ. Look up at Yahoo or Google.

CABA Cabaletta Bio, Inc. - Common Stock, NASDAQ. Look up at Yahoo or Google.

UNP Union Pacific Corporation Common Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

MSA MSA Safety Incorporated Common Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

PLG Platinum Group Metals Ltd. Ordinary Shares (Canada), NYSE Amex. Look up at Yahoo or Google.

GSBD Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. Common Stock, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

ALL-H Allstate Corporation (The) Depositary Shares each representing a 1/1,000th interest in a share of Fixed Rate Noncumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series H, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Look up at Yahoo or Google.

What's this about?

This page offers you a passive list of randomly selected stocks. It allows you to follow the suggestion of A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton Malkiel.

Usually, stock markets bring buyers and sellers of stocks and securities together. But on what basis do you buy or sell stocks? What guides your decision?

If you follow Value Investing you will study available stocks and invest in those that you deem to be underpriced, and expect to be able to sell at a profit, or earn a return on your investment in other ways.

Burton Malkiel hypothesizes that on average, you will not be able to find good investments in this manner, and recommends picking stocks for investing simply at random. Who can argue with that?

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