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Forbes: 10 Buys And 10 Sells For 2010 - Stock Market Picks

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I started my search for stocks via FactSet's incredibly versatile quant screening tool. Through FactSet, I was able to make a simple, quick quant screen and in the spirit of 2010, I chose these 10 factors. For the long picks, I was ranking stocks based on: Low price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, low price/book, high Piotroski score, low F-Score, low accruals, insider buying, low short interest, earnings momentum, sales growth
and institutional buying. Basically, stocks looked good to me, would generally have a "value", "quality," "smart money" and "growth" story associated with them. I would not look at news, technical charting analysis, bid/ask spread, transaction costs, product quality, analyst research reports, taxes, risk, beta, political factors or economic macro variables. The analysis would follow a quant/value based approach, and to which I do acknowledge there are certainly some pros/cons associated with that approach. Short picks on the other hand, generally (not always) had a: high P/E, high price/book, low Piotroski score, high F-score, high accruals, insider selling, high short interest, negative earnings momentum, low (or very high) sales growth and institutional selling. That first cut, produced a series of stocks and from there it was onto some valuation analysis and creating some target prices.
URL : http://www.forbes.com/2010/01/05/petainen-marketocracy-newmarket-personal-finance-armchair...
YearYTD
Wins
YTD
Losses
YTD
Accuracy
YTD
Gains Average
YTD
Profit Per Trade Average
      2015
up  10
down  10
up  50.00 %
down  -2.44 %
down  -2.44 %
      2014
up  11
down  9
up  55.00 %
down  -5.64 %
down  -5.64 %
      2013
up  10
down  10
up  50.00 %
down  -10.20 %
down  -10.20 %
      2012
up  10
down  10
up  50.00 %
down  -6.65 %
down  -6.65 %
      2011
up  13
down  7
up  65.00 %
up  11.91 %
up  11.91 %
      2010
up  11
down  9
up  55.00 %
down  -1.18 %
down  -1.18 %
      2009
up  1
down  1
up  50.00 %
up  21.50 %
up  21.50 %

Recommendations for year:

Date (ET)RatingSymbolCompany NameYTD
Gains
 
1/5/2010  
Buy AGII
up  23.59 %
1/5/2010  
Buy AZN
up  3.55 %
1/5/2010  
Sell CBG
down  -59.64 %
1/5/2010  
Sell CLR
down  -31.27 %
1/5/2010  
Sell CMP
down  -20.19 %
1/5/2010  
Buy FDP
up  21.92 %
1/5/2010  
Buy GIB
up  36.34 %
1/5/2010  
Sell GMCR
down  -26.18 %
1/5/2010  
Buy GSH
down  -1.88 %
1/5/2010  
Buy HMY
up  2.33 %
1/5/2010  
Buy HUM
up  27.04 %
1/5/2010  
Sell IPI
down  -13.30 %
1/5/2010  
Sell MAR
down  -43.25 %
1/5/2010  
Sell MWW
down  -18.14 %
1/5/2010  
Buy NE
down  -13.63 %
1/5/2010  
Sell OSK
up  7.15 %
1/5/2010  
Sell RMBS
up  13.87 %
1/5/2010  
Buy SNP
up  16.86 %
1/5/2010  
Buy TEO
up  44.87 %
1/5/2010  
Sell VRTX
up  6.35 %

* As of 8/27/2015 12:00 AM

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