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WallStreetSignals.com is a Financial Website that has access to several large databases of Financial Data that provides daily information on every stock traded on all major exchanges including OTC bulletin boards. These databases are very extensive and contain every piece of data available to the public on every stock traded. Extremely large computer programs and servers have been installed to download all this data every night so that it can be calculated and analyzed by hundreds of propriety formulas designed to evaluate and rate every piece of data for every stock.
Once this data is downloaded, analyzed and rated, it is sorted and each data point is given a "Score". The Technical data point "Scores" include Timing, Price Momentum, Rate of Return, Volume , Price and Volume vs several Moving Averages and Current Price vs Current Value. Fundamental data point "Scores" include P/E Ratio, Earnings per Share Forecast and History, Earnings Growth Rate, Sales Growth Rate, Dividends and Yield. Both Fundamental and Technical "Scores" are combined into a single Stock "Score" which determines if the Stock is currently "Favorable" or "Un-Favorable" for purchase. The higher the "Score", the more "Favorable" the Stock is, with 100% being the highest.
One of our most valuable research tools is the Stock "Value" Formula. Stock prices are driven by 3 powerful forces: 1). Earnings, 2). Interest Rates and 3). Inflation. Our Stock "Value" Formula produces an intrinsic "Price Per Share" using . . .A). The Stocks Earnings per Share in $ per Share, B). The current AAA Rated Corporate Bond Interest Rate in %, C). The Return on Total Capital for the Stock in %, D). The Annual Earnings Growth Rate in % per Year for the Stock and E). The current CPI Inflation Rate in % per Year. Using this Formula, we establish a current "Value" in Price for each Stock. The current Price of the Stock is then compared to the current "Value". If the Stock's current price is HIGHER than the current "Value", then the Stock is considered to be EXPENSIVE. If, on the other hand, the Stock's current price is LOWER than the current "Value", the Stock is considered to be CHEAP.
Combining all these analytical tools makes our research very useful in evaluating Stocks you already own as well as Stocks you want to consider for purchase. Not only do we provide a current Stock "Score" and Stock "Value" for every stock, but our Stock Lists include 30 columns of data to help quickly see which Stocks are Favorable and which are not. Our columns of data are highlighted in GREEN, YELLOW or RED to allow the viewer to quickly find Stocks with Favorable GREEN columns of data.
We don't stop with just Stocks, as we also research ETFs and divide them into categories like Sector, Commodity, Fixed Income, Foreign Country, Currency and ETFs that Short the Market.
Using Options is another area where we can offer great insight into generating extra income from your current Stock Portfolio using Options. Options also allow the investor to control 100 shares of stocks for a fraction of the price of the stock itself. And the cost of the Option is also the maximum you can lose regardless of how much the stock itself falls in price. The Rates of Return on Options can be substantial since the original amount invested is so small while the return can be 2 to 5 times larger than the investment.
We have devised a system of finding High Dividend Yielding Stocks that also have good Fundamentals such as Earnings Growth, Dividend Growth and Rates of Return based on Price, so the investor can view Stocks with both High Yield and Good Price Movement.
We spend time looking for other sources of sound Investment Research and list areas of interest in our Links, Newsletters and Comments area.
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