Several times a year, a Confident Investor must reevaluate the companies in the portfolio. Keeping your money in a stock that no longer qualifies as a “Good” company can end up hurting your investment performance a great deal. Also, there are a lot of Good Companies so losing the worst of the best is not going to impact the ability to have a balanced portfolio. Over the coming days, this site will evaluate each stock on the Watch List.
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The following company description is from Google Finance: http://www.google.com/finance?q=dv
DeVry Inc. (DeVry) is a provider of educational services and the parent organization of Advanced Academics, Becker Professional Education, Carrington College and Carrington College California, Chamberlain College of Nursing, DeVry Brasil, DeVry University, and Ross University. These institutions offer a range of programs in business, healthcare and technology and serve students in middle school through postsecondary education, as well as accounting and finance professionals. DeVry University provides bachelor?s and master?s degree programs in technology; science, business and the arts. DeVry University is a private, degree-granting, regionally accredited, higher education systems in North America. Ross University is a provider of medical and veterinary medical education. Chamberlain College of Nursing offers associate, bachelor?s, master?s and degree completion programs in nursing at its seven campuses in the United States and online.
Confident Investor comments: This is the first company in this Watch List refresh series that has stopped being a Good Company. At this time, I think that a Confident Investor can cautiously invest in this stock as long as the price is correct. Most of the fundamentals of this company are good but there are some concerns. If you already have built up an investment in this company, you may want to consider holding it and not add anymore.