Our uniquely rigorous research[1] earned us #1 All-Time plus many other #1 rankings – again – on SumZero for March 2022. This ranking means our stock picks beat all other competitors on all measures.

Enduring value: Our stock picks have ranked #1 in at least one category every month since May 2021. More stock-picking accolades here.

Our SumZero stock picks come from our Focus List Stocks: Long and Focus List Stocks: Short Model Portfolios, which feature the “best of the best” of our stock picks.

The Focus List Stocks: Long outperformed the S&P 500[2] by 35% in 2021 and the Focus List Stocks: Short outperformed the S&P 500 stock by 36% in 2021.

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Figure 1: Performance of Select Long Ideas on SumZero – Through 3/3/22

CompanyTickerPublish or Close DateOutperformance as a Long Vs. S&P 500
Simon Property GroupSPG11/16/21143%*
HCA HealthcareHCA6/22/20129%
D.R. HortonDHI4/27/2054%
MasTec Inc.MTZ6/10/2047%

Sources: New Constructs, LLC
Performance represents price performance and is not adjusted for dividends.
*Performance measured through date position was closed

Figure 2: Performance of Select Danger Zone Picks on SumZero – Through 3/3/22

CompanyTickerPublish DateOutperformance as a Short Vs. S&P 500
Peloton InteractivePTON9/21/20107%
Beyond MeatBYND9/2/2086%
Koss CorpKOSS5/3/2164%

Sources: New Constructs, LLC
Performance represents price performance and is not adjusted for dividends.

This article originally published on March 3, 2022.

Disclosure: David Trainer owns SPG and DHI. David Trainer, Kyle Guske II, and Matt Shuler receive no compensation to write about any specific stock, style, or theme.

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[1] Our reports utilize our Core Earnings, a more reliable measure of profits, as proven in Core Earnings: New Data & Evidence, a paper published by the Journal of Financial Economics.

[2]  Stocks are in the Focus List Model Portfolios for different periods of time as we open and close positions during the year. When measuring outperformance of the Focus List Model Portfolios, we compare each stock’s return to the S&P 500’s return for the time each is in the Focus List Model Portfolios. This approach provides more of an apples-to-apples comparison of how each stock performed vs. the S&P 500.

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