Mar. 21, 2014 Benchmark Investing (BI) Selections
There are a couple stocks to review this week, but, once again, I am not add to or selling any equities this week.
This week’s candidates:
CSCO (Cisco Systems) http://caps.fool.com/Ticker/CSCO.aspx – Cisco still continues to struggle on the sales front, but has been able to hold its EPS due to cost cuts and share repurchases. Despite recent weak price performance, the stock remains a good longterm value with ample upside appreciation potential. Decision: Hold
QCOM (Qualcomm) http://caps.fool.com/Ticker/QCOM.aspx – This stock’s price continues to hum along just like its sales, earnings, and dividend payouts. Still, value remains appealing and I will continue to hold this one. Decision: Hold
Every week a refresh of key financial data, stock prices, and economic data are evaluated. This information is analyzed using Kenneth Lee's selection process as described in “Trouncing the Dow". Individual stocks are selected based on their relative valuation compared to their own historical valuation metrics. The scientific based approach allow for a superior “rules-based” decision making to buy and sell stocks that has been proven to yield superior results over time.
Each week a broad set of stocks are considered to be bought, sold, or held as part of the process.
Tickers discussed this week: CSCO, QCOM