Recent Press

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February 03, 2022

Boyar in Barron's: 6 Value Stocks for 2022 From the Forgotten 40

February 04, 2022

Boyar’s Ideas for the Year Ahead & Thoughts on Big Tech Stocks

February 04, 2022

The Grass is Greener. Uncovering Value: Scotts Miracle-Gro

January 04, 2022

Jonathan Boyar on CNBC Sharing a Few Stocks from Boyar’s Forgotten Forty 2022 Edition

January 06, 2022

This Home-Shopping Preferred Stock Offers a 7% Yield

December 07, 2021

Jonathan Boyar was on CNBC discussing his thoughts on the stock market and some of his top stock picks.

November 01, 2021

"Is there a Dolan discount in MSG Sports and MSG Entertainment? The answer is absolutely." Jonathan Boyar - President of Boyar Research

May 28, 2021

These Cool, High-Quality Stocks Are Just Right For This Overheated, Overhaled Market

January 05, 2021

Finding Value In The Stocks 2020 Left Behind

August 20, 2020

Tale Of Two Markets

February 09, 2021

From Discovery To Coke: Companies Taking The Long-Term View To Create Shareholder Value

October 08, 2020

Where to Find Undervalued Stocks

July 13, 2020

Jonathan Boyar Discusses The Investment Case For Disney, Twitter, Madison Square Garden Sports/ Entertainment and Berkshire Hathaway

February 10, 2020

Jonathan Boyar On Finding Value With Markets At/Or Approaching All-Time Highs

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Since 1975, the Boyar family of companies has been relentlessly focused on discovering value for our clients. For more than four decades we have navigated through fads, gimmicks and market volatility.  Utilizing value investing to try to create and preserve wealth has and always will be our sole focus. Our experienced team of analysts looks for diamonds in the rough, companies passed over by the rest of the investment community, but whose true value, in our opinion, significantly exceeds their current stock price. In essence, we are trying to buy a dollar for fifty cents.

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    Boyar’s thoughts on the Recent Stock Market Volatility

    Boyar’s thoughts on the Recent Stock Market Volatility

    Below is a letter that we sent Boyar Asset Management clients on 5/6/22.   After the stock market (as measured by the S&P 500) dropped by 3.55% yesterday, bringing the decline to nearly 13% i...

    Has Dotdash Meredith Found Hidden Value In Underappreciated Brands?

    Has Dotdash Meredith Found Hidden Value In Underappreciated Brands?

    In 2021, an unlikely suitor bought Meredith’s magazines: digital publisher Dotdash, which owns sites including The Balance, The Spruce and Investopedia, and is itself owned by Barry Diller’s IAC. ...

    The Boyar Value Group 1st Quarter Client Letter

    The Boyar Value Group 1st Quarter Client Letter

    The Boyar Value Group just released our latest quarterly letter to clients.  Please find an excerpt of the letter below: Even so, for the first quarter of 2022, the S&P 500 still declined by 4.6%...

    Beware Of False Bargains

    Beware Of False Bargains

      One of Warren Buffett’s most famous quotes (echoing Benjamin Graham) is “Price is what you pay; value is what you get.” For most people it’s difficult to separate a company’s stock’...