Stocks On My Screen For Week Starting November 2nd, 2020

Every week, our model comes up with 40 stocks, 20 positive and 20 negatives, to watch for next week’s trading. The model is based on a mix of fundamental and quantitative factors, built on my proprietary database of detailed earnings model on more than 1275 U.S. listed companies. The historical data for these earnings models is sourced from SEC filings. Performance of last week’s model portfolio for the week was, Net: -1.3% Longs: -6.3% Shorts:  5.0% Assuming 5% is dedicated to each position, resulting in 0% net exposure and no…

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Stocks On My Screen For Week Starting August 31ST, 2020

Every week, our model comes up with 40 stocks, 20 positive and 20 negatives, to watch for next week’s trading. The model is based on a mix of fundamental and quantitative factors, built on our proprietary database of detailed earnings model on more than 1225 U.S. listed companies. The historical data for these earnings models is sourced from SEC filings. Performance of last week’s model portfolio was, Net: -1.1% Longs: 3.2% Shorts:  -4.3% Assuming 5% is dedicated to each position, resulting in 0% net exposure and no change in position…

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Apple Is The New IBM

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) has long been a darling of both growth and value investors alike, but maturing growth and valuation relative to the growth on offer suggest the stock is looking similar to International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM). Once dominant, both have products and solutions that seem ubiquitous to their fan base, but lost ground in fast=growing emerging technology trends.    The stock is still touted as a growth story by the Bulls and the argument is forgetten about weakness in iPhones today, the real long-term story is…

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Gaia Inc.: Ignore Bears, They Doubted Netflix Too

Gaia Inc. (NASDAQ: GAIA), like Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), is a video subscription service. Netflix, over the years, has shown how the Street fails to value the true power of long-tail business models, where cash expense is front-loaded and benefits are monetized over many years, even though consolidated profitability far outweighs the costs, stocks tend to lie low for a while till the business reaches cash flow profitability. Gaia is at that point, right now. The company, with its focus on yoga and wellness video content, is in a unique position…

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