A quick quant method to determine a company’s fair value for almost any stock in America? Behold, ValuEngine’s fundamentally-based, quant-derived research is now available to private investors. ValuEngine’s research will enhance your ability to evaluate individual stocks, manage your portfolio and allocate capital for maximum returns.

ValuEngine provides research on over 5,000 stocks with stock valuations, Buy/Hold/Sell recommendations, and forecasted target prices. The recommendations are based on the proprietary ValuEngine one-year forecast return model output for each individual equity. ValuEngine’s Five-Engine rating stocks have an averaged annual return of 26.28% since 2002.

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ValuEngine’s research combines the most advanced academic concepts with real world Wall Street practice. The result is state-of-the-art fair market valuation and price forecasting technologies.

ValuEngine’s stock valuation employs a sophisticated, three-factor approach. Fundamental variables, such as a company’s trailing 12-month Earnings-Per-Share (EPS), the analyst consensus estimate of the company’s future 12-month EPS, and the 30-year Treasury yield, are all used to create a more accurate reflection of a company’s fair value. Together with eleven additional variables, ValuEngine paints a detailed picture of a company’s fair value, represented by the model price.

ValuEngine’s stock forecasts capture several important tendencies that stock prices consistently exhibit over six time horizons to ensure forecasts are established relative to a stock’s proper peer groups. Advanced statistical/econometric techniques are used to run thousands of simulations estimating the probability of a double in stock price, as well as the probability of meeting and exceeding any given portfolio or stock investment target.

VE Engine Rating is an assessment of a stock’s overall attractiveness. It is based on the one year forecast target price, which is the final evolution of VE’s equity modeling. On average, only 2 percent of ValuEngine’s 5,500 stocks under coverage achieve a 5 rating. 5 and 4 rated stocks are
expected to outperform the overall markets, 3 rated to roughly match market performance, and 2 and 1 rated are expected to underperform.

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