This is a NEW report from ISN that covers the French market. Fair values are calculated along with targets for Overvaluation and Undervaluation and the traditional percent current prices represent of fair value. This report will soon appear under the World Markets menu.
This is a NEW report from ISN that covers the British market. Fair values are calculated along with targets for Overvaluation and Undervaluation and the traditional percent current prices represent of fair value. This report will soon appear under the World Markets menu.
A model portfolio has been created from the investment table in the Special Report. The 5G Model Portfolio is a group of stocks that meet all of the ISN inclusion criteria. Fair value, rank high on long-term fundamentals, rank high on shorter term-fundamental changes. The current model includes 6 stocks, 4 USA, 1 Sweden and 1 S Korea, 3 Networks, 3 Hardware.
Consumer confidence is increasing in most of the globe, except Japan, while inflation remains under control. USA housing market has softened slightly but remains healthy. Earnings and dividend rankings continue to move downward for most, but there are still some exceptional stocks with increasing rankings.
Welcome to the presentation on Fifth Generation Mobile Communications or commonly referred to as 5G, presented by Investment Strategy Network. This presentation is about investing in the technology, not about developing the technology. We will review the history, some important terms you will need to understand the environment that 5G operates in, why 5G is important, tremendous advancements that are possible with 5G, some difficulties, when 5G will start to appear to consumers and where investment opportunities exist.
European PMI soft while French and German PMI moves up. Russia sees some welcome relief in PPI, and USA enjoys some of the best employment numbers in the counry’s history. Twelve stocks receive changes in Fair Value, 11 down, 1 up. Mostly due to lower earnings and dividend ratings. CBS, CE and DAL become BUY considerations while APEI and NFLX move in to SELL category.
Canadian manufacturing and wholesale sales slow, Japan and Spain experience trade deficits, UK enjoys a continuing improvement in unemployment rate. U.S. existing home sales continue to slow. More stocks return to Buy Watch consideration.
Economic news from around the world is very mixed with South Korea enjoying one of the best growth periods in a year and Germany able to hold increases in producer prices to a 2.7% increase. China continues to experience slower economic growth, but not dramatic with a GDP of 6.4% and retail sales increase of of over 8%. These numbers are high, but not as high as previous periods. Overall, growth appears to be on the positive side, just a bit slower than previously expected by the markets.
This is a new report created from the Considerations stock directory. It is a list of stocks that an investor may wish to consider adding to a portfolio. The report includes three separate lists. One for investors that have no reservations in regards to price fluctuations and are comfortable with movements similar to the market overall. This is labeled “ALL”. The 2nd is for investors that wish to reduce price fluctuations slightly and it is called “CORE & MARKET”. The final list is for an investor that wishes to be in the stock market, but tilt the portfolio to a more conservative price variation than the market and we call this “CORE”. All of the stocks on the lists are considered undervalued, have improving ranking on revenue growth, relatively high rankings in profitability, show high rankings on a global comparison. We believe these stocks have the highest potential in the marketplace and deserve consideration.