The Financials sector ranks sixth out of the 10 sectors as detailed in our 4Q15 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. Last quarter, the Financial Sector ranked 9th. It gets our Neutral rating.
The Energy sector ranks last out of the 10 sectors as detailed in our 4Q15 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. The Energy sector funds won last place in the prior quarter as well. It gets our Dangerous rating
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This week we’ve identified another highflying cloud company that exhibits many of the problematic traits we saw in DWRE and SPLK. Revenue growth can only support a stock for so long and this week’s Danger Zone stock, Marketo (MKTO) has plenty of room to fall.
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The Consumer Staples sector ranks first out of the 10 sectors as detailed in our 4Q15 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. It gets our Attractive rating.
The Consumer Discretionary sector ranks fourth out of the 10 sectors as detailed in our 4Q15 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. It gets our Neutral rating
CEO David Trainer sat down with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and MarketWatch.com to talk about our Danger Zone pick this past week: KB Home (KBH).
At the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2015, only the Consumer Staples sector earns an Attractive-or-better rating. Our sector ratings are based on the aggregation of our fund ratings for every ETF and mutual fund in each sector.
Markets are getting restless. Valuations are stretched, the global economy is shaky, and after six years of a bull market investors are taking every excuse to sell. Now, more than ever, it’s important to own quality businesses at fair valuations.
As the exuberance lifting all stocks has waned, this stock has already come under pressure, and we believe it has much further to fall as EPS management cannot mask the lack of real cash flows much longer. KB Home (KBH) is in the Danger Zone this week.
This past weekend, Barron’s magazine featured our research for the sixth time in 2015 and 15th time since 2014.
In this extended podcast, CEO David Trainer, discusses the state of the market, what makes a safe investment, and how you can find safe stocks.
How do you navigate the numerous sources of investment advice? How do you determine who is telling the truth and who is not? The answers to these important questions are key to successful investing.
Operating in a highly competitive market can put a harsh spotlight on particular companies. Sometimes this spotlight is warranted; sometimes it is not. This week we’re recognizing a leader in the PC market and a company that has ample growth opportunities. These opportunities appear to be unrecognized by the market, and we see significant upside for the stock.
Many investors in professional services firm Towers Watson (TW) have viewed the recent merger with reinsurer Willis Group (WSH) as a raw deal for TW shareholders. The crux of their argument comes down to the fact that the value of the deal, based on share prices before the deal was announced, was a ~12% discount to where TW had been trading.
CEO David Trainer sat down with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and MarketWatch.com to talk about our Danger Zone pick this past week: Snyder’s-Lance (LNCE)
Buried in the footnotes and MD&A, you can find where reported expenses understate true costs, red flags for earnings manipulation and significant differences that need to be reconciled when comparing companies. If you want to understand the underlying economics of the company’s business, you have to understand its accounting policies.
CEO David Trainer, a Wall Street veteran, will discuss the state of the market, what makes a safe investment, and how New Constructs finds such safe harbors for our clients. The webinar will be held live on September 24th at 4pm EST.
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