Research Reports Featuring Companies Selling At Least 25% Below Their Highs: BEN, RLGY, HBI

With the major indices eclipsing their all-time highs on, what seems to be, a daily basis, it is getting increasingly difficult for investors to uncover intrinsically undervalued companies. At Boyar Research, we’ve been successful finding those companies, in both bull and bear markets, since 1975. To demonstrate the quality of our work, we are offering three complimentary ... Continue reading


Boyar Research Featured in Forbes

Boyar Research was recently featured in Forbes in an article penned by Antoine Gara titled Three Forgotten Stocks Poised to Surge in 2017. The article highlights our investment thesis for Discovery Communications, Brinker International, and Legg Mason (all three companies were recently featured in our annual Forgotten Forty publication). Continue reading


Complimentary Boyar Research Report

Boyar Research has frequently found success investing in companies that contain great consumer franchises (often masked by a corporate name) that temporarily stubs its toe. Boston Beer (brewer of Samuel Adams Boston Lager and Angry Orchard) certainly fits this criteria. Boyar Research recently produced a 17-page report on Boston Beer… Continue reading


The Boyar Value Group Presenting at the 2017 London Value Investing Conference

The 2017 London Value Investor Conference takes place on May 25th. Past speakers have included such well-known names as Michael Price, Howard Marks, Jean-Marie Eveillard, James Montier, Charles Brandes, Mason Morfit, and Donald Yacktman – plus many others. Boyar Research has been participating in the London Value Investor Conference since 2014 and Jonathan Boyar will be presenting at this year’s conference. Continue reading

Boyar Research Featured in Welling on Wall Street
Welling on Wall Street
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40 Stock Ideas From Boyar Research

Every December, Boyar Research produces The Forgotten Forty which contains our investment theses for the forty companies in our universe that we believe have the greatest potential for capital appreciation in the coming year, due to a catalyst or a corporate action that we see on the horizon. Continue reading