A dozen reasons why the average investor underperforms.
The best stock picks in today’s market are becoming increasingly rare: large, high-quality companies with great growth potential that are also cheap. As we’ve started to incorporate this year’s batch of annual reports into our models, we’ve managed to find one such stock.
What’s behind JPMorgan’s plan to boost earnings?
We’ve taken the 10 companies most widely held by hedge funds as of 12/31/14 and analyzed their 10-Ks with our proprietary technology and models.
In this podcast, I’ll explain how President Obama’s recent push for financial advisory regulation affects investors and advisors.
Is 2015 the year to own German equities?
All too often, we see investors fixated on commodity prices when looking at Materials sector stocks. While commodity prices may impact businesses’ profits and stock price in the short term, investors can count on strong fundamentals to increase the value of Materials businesses over the long term.
Are Apple’s stellar earnings masking a problem this earnings season?
This is the story of a clothing retailer looking for growth and pressured by an activist to undertake an expensive and value-destroying acquisition. Shares are down 10% since the acquisition closed last June, and the stock has the potential to fall much further.
At the beginning of each quarter, we rank each investment style from best to worst. These rankings are forward looking and are indicative of how each style should perform going forward.
Forget the tech bubble — its the biotech bubble you should be worried about.
CEO David Trainer explains how the process for picking the best stocks is just like the process for owners picking players in the NFL draft.
Has Ayn Rand’s time as a business guru finally passed?
This week’s stock pick of the week has one of the highest returns on invested capital (ROIC) in our model, and its recent guidance update and cheap valuation indicates that now might be the perfect entry point.
In this podcast, CEO David Trainer provides his market outlook for 2015.
Why everyone — even Warren Buffett — got oil prices wrong.
Our analysts scrutinize every page of over 3000 10-Ks to find instances in which accounting adjustments need to be made to each company’s GAAP numbers. We adjust for over 30 items that can artificially inflate or deflate earnings.
All the financial media seems to be concerned with these days is Greece and the possibility of “Grexit.” The deep freeze that is gripping much of the eastern half of the U.S. is also grabbing headlines.
What are Buffett’s latest moves?
This week’s hot stock was once a staple of the American economy. That was before tough times befell the company during the economic collapse in 2008.
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