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Date Publication Title Comments
4/4/14 CNBC

Look for longer-term valuations > Dan Morris discusses consumer trends and Morris Capital's investment strategy and why it doesn't change during earnings season.
7/10/12 Bloomberg U.S. Stock Decline for Fourth Day
Strategy >
Dan Morris shares his insight on recent stock market decline with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox. He believes that investor expectations were too high; they should be cautious and look at the overall economy. He also discusses the firm's investment process and comments on a few stock picks.
4/17/12 Bloomberg Morris on Stock
Strategy >
As a conservative growth manager, Dan Morris discusses the strategy of looking for companies that can grow better than average, but also have attractive valuations. He discusses recent market gains and strategy, as well as a few stock picks, with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox.
4/17/12 Fox Business Are We in an Economic “Earnvironment?” > Dan Morris discusses the current economic environment with Tracy Byrnes of Fox Business.  He thinks the banking system and corporate sector have improved over the past couple of years as companies rebuild their balance sheets, manage the bottom line, and reduce leverage.  He also shares his insight on a couple of stock picks.
2/2/12 Fox Business Why Valuation is Key for Investors to Make Money > Dan Morris thinks valuation is an essential component to evaluating a stock. Focusing on valuation and underlying fundamentals are important steps in stock selection.
Jan/Feb 2012 Money
Where to Invest Now In this article that focused on trends and stocks to watch for 2012, Dan Morris commented on Disney and streaming-video valuations.
1/25/12 USA Today
Apple briefly takes No. 1 again from Exxon > Despite Apple's massive size, Dan Morris thinks the stock is still attractive to investors. Without any competition he believes Apple will maintain control of the market over the next 12-18 months.
12/27/11 Fox Business   Is Europe the
Biggest Hurdle to
U.S. Economic
Recovery? >
Dan Morris spoke to Cheryl Casone about what the year ahead holds for the U.S. economic recovery. He believes that a possible European recession may create opportunities for the U.S. and that corporations will be conservative with their cash.
12/14/11 Forbes

Four Names with Solid Growth Prospects > Dan Morris shared his insights with Kate Stalter on the process Morris Capital Advisors follows to make its investment decisions. "Look for companies who are growing earnings, top-line revenue, have strong cash flow, and solid balance sheets." He discussed stock picks including Dollar Tree, Coach, Mastercard, and VeriFone.
11/11/11 MarketWatch Radio
Push and Pull of Europe Will
Continue >
Dan Morris suggests investors will continue reacting to Euopean developments.
10/28/11 Bloomberg Radio
Taking Stock: Manor Investments' Morris Favors Tech, Consumer Stocks Dan Morris discusses the Manor Growth Fund and a few stock picks with Pimm Fox and Courtney Donohoe.
10/6/11 TheStreet
Apple, Like Disney, Will Survive Death of Founder > Dan Morris commented on Apple following the death of Steve Jobs noting he isn't surprised investors aren't panicking. "We have followed the potential for this type of event for a couple of years." In comparing Apple to Disney, he notes that massive preparations were made in order to see that the companies survive long after the founders died.



Coach, Dollar Tree Smart Buys > Dan Morris discussed the firm's barbell approach to holding stocks of high and low-end retailers in the portfolios. Morris says that despite the economy, he expects that shoppers will continue spending on both ends.
9/15/11 MarketWatch Radio
Volatility Will Continue on Macro Issues > Dan Morris believes volatility will continue and suggested that investors "batten down the hatches" rather than trying to time the market. He added that investors should look for companies that have sound financial balance sheets and a niche in the market place.
8/21/11 Bloomberg Radio
Taking Stock > Dan Morris talks about recent market activity with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox and Courtney Donahue. He believes that the Fed needs to "take a step back" and let the economy work on its own.

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