New Constructs stock-picking consistently ranks among the best of the nationally-recognized research firms.
HIDDEN GEM: Our detailed valuation model shows that XLNX grew its “economic” profits by nearly $14mm during its last fiscal year while it reported an $18mm decline in accounting profits.
There are many ways to define the quality and merit of equity research. One measure stands tallest: performance of stock recommendations. And by that measure, New Constructs’ research is of very high quality (especially for the price!!).
The United States Patent and Trademark Office awarded us patent #7,752,090, titled: System and Method For Reversing Accounting Distortions and Calculating A True Value of a Business.
One of the Most Dangerous Stocks for July, Whole Foods has misleading earnings and a sky-high valuation, in our opinion. The same is true for all of our Most Dangerous Stocks.
Boomerang Capital Partners provides a great resource for tracking and benchmarking investment returns for hedge funds in general and the many different hedge fund strategies. Here is the link to the page where they offer a free report called the Periodic Table of Hedge Fund Returns.
New Constructs has a strong reputation on Wall Street and with individual investors. We have been recognized for our analytical rigor (options, hidden debt, write-offs, red flags) as well as the stock-picking benefits of our hard work and analysis.
The takeaway: the TED Spread indicates the financial system is relatively safe these days with no imminent danger. It has recently fallen from recent highs related to the debt issues in Europe and it is no where near where it was during the sub-prime crisis which led to the Lehman crisis when the TED Spread hit historic highs.
Over the years, New Constructs’ stock picking prowess has garnered recognition from multiple independent sources.
A newcomer to our Most Attractive Stocks for July, this small cap stock has an excellent risk/reward profile, which earns it our highest Rating: Very Attractive.
As highlighted in LPL Group excellent “Mid-Year Outlook for 2010”, the economy is moving from ‘recovery’ mode to ‘expansion’ mode, which is very different from moving from ‘recovery’ back to ‘recession’ – a prediction made by many attention-seeking alarmists these days. We are still growing, just not as fast.
Here is a free copy of our report on SCHW for Ask Matt readers. This report provides details behind Matt’s analysis of SCHW in his recent article in USA Today: “Charles Schwab stock: Too close to call.” Click here for our report: Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW) Neutral Risk/Reward Rating