The AlphaProfit Sector Newsletter’s Stock Searchlight feature is enabling several subscribers to earn spectacular returns from individual stocks with little effort, month after month. Here are some examples of recent recommendations and their results:
If you are looking for the best growth stocks to buy now, this list of stodgy stalwarts from top sectors is worth checking. For one, all of them have strong near-term growth prospects. Second, some of them provide meaty dividends as well. The two worries that roiled stocks in the fourth quarter of 2018 have eased in the… Read More »
What is the outlook for international stocks in 2019? This is a common question on investor’s minds after 2018 turned out to be a dismal year for stocks around the world. In this post, I compare the valuation of stocks and prospects for growth in the U. S. versus those in international markets. I also analyze the potential… Read More »
The US stock market is struggling to hold above the flat-line in 2018 after being up double-digits at the end of the third quarter. Investors are now worried about a global economic slowdown ending the bullish phase of the US stock market. What is AlphaProfit’s US stock market forecast for 2019? The US economy has fared well in… Read More »
Earnings reports are an important factor affecting stock prices. The S&P 500 quarterly earnings parade starts in a few weeks. How is the 2nd quarter earnings outlook shaping up for different sectors and stocks? The S&P 500 companies are set to report their second-quarter earnings reports in a few weeks. During the first quarter, S&P 500 quarterly earnings… Read More »
The third quarter was a good one for investors. The S&P 500 gained 15% as stock price volatility declined, risk appetite rose, and confidence in financial markets seemingly improved – a milieu in which online stock trading companies should normally thrive. However, earnings reports from leading online trading brokers Charles Schwab (SCHW), TD Ameritrade (AMTD), and E*Trade Financial… Read More »
In a trend that represents a reversal from the excessive capital spending that characterized the late 1990s, many corporations have quietly been accumulating cash on their balance sheets over the past few years. In August CFO Magazine reported that cash and marketable securities made up about 15% of total capital employed at the end of 2003, up from… Read More »
Year 2009 has been tough for many investors. Investors who panicked in March and fled from equities to cash have watched their monies earn abysmally low returns while stock prices took off. The S&P 500 is now up 64% from its 2009 bottom, making it difficult for cash-laden investors to decide if it is right to return to… Read More »
In Cash-Rich Sector Plays, I discussed how software companies, health-care providers, and apparel retailers stand out as high-cash play opportunities. What a firm is likely to do with excess cash depends on the company and its situation. Some may initiate or increase dividend payments and share buybacks, while others may use the cash for organic growth or acquisitions.… Read More »
The fourth quarter earnings reporting season is here. Alcoa has kicked things off reporting 33 cents a share in fourth quarter EPS. This exceeds consensus analysts’ forecasts by 5 cents a share or 18%. The aluminum producer has provided a comforting 2015 outlook. The company forecasts global aluminum demand to grow 7% in 2015, mirroring the 7% growth… Read More »
Earnings growth expectation is among the more important factors influencing the course of stock prices. With that in mind, here is how third quarter EPS growth expectations are currently lining up: Source: FactSet Research Analysts’ consensus third quarter EPS estimates imply 4.6% growth for S&P 500 companies in aggregate. Third quarter EPS in all sectors is predicted to… Read More »
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Sam Subramanian PhD, MBA has credentials that are the envy of most investment advisers. He combines strong quantitative skills with deep financial expertise and insights on inner workings of Wall Street and corporations. His creativity has helped him win 16 U. S. patents.
Prior to founding AlphaProfit Investments, LLC, Sam worked in positions of increasing responsibility in Finance and Corporate Strategy for McKinsey & Company, Exxon Corporation, and Unocal Corporation. His work centered on Acquisitions and Divestitures, Asset Valuation, Trading, Bankruptcies, and Risk Management.
Well aware of the dismal returns produced by money managers, he was determined to take charge of his own investments. He created a low cost, low effort but high return investing system and rigorously tested it for over two decades using his own money.
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