Stocks On My Screen For Week Starting February 8th, 2021

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 1350 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: 4.5% Longs: 11.0% Shorts:  -6.5% 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 February 1st, 2021

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 1350 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: 2.8% Longs: -0.1% Shorts:  2.9% Assuming 5% is dedicated to each position, resulting in 0% net exposure and no…

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Besides Wirecard’s Collapse, Paysign Has Other Positive Catalysts Too

Paysign Inc. (Nasdaq: PAYS) is an integrated prepaid card and payment processor that has multiple positive catalysts working work for it, though the stock, trading near levels seen early last year, has yet to respond to any of them. Multiple catalysts are shaping up that may lead to value unlocking opportunities for public shareholders. Problems at Wirecard AG (WDI.DE), with siphoned off cash and fraud allegations against former CEO, will not only help Paysign garner share from the troubled company’s clients but also improve the broader market dynamics, including pricing.…

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