It is Really Quite Simple
It begins with Accurate Forecasting and Analytic Procedures, then it requires Well Honed Fundamental, Technical and Consensus Opinion Conformations, and it ends with Profitable Results. (F / C = PR)
Professors, F / C = PR - - - Opinion of: Alcoa (AA):
My most recent articles have been posted here in SafeHaven.com are: AA, AAPL, BAC, C, CMCSA, CSCO, F, GOOG, INTC, MSFT and AT&T. You might want to re-read these articles for the accuracy of my forecasts of these companies. The above (F / C = PR) is as accurate and profitable formula as anything you will find in the financial blogs you may be reading.
My near-term Forecast is that Alcoa is has been coming down exactly as long as I have put out an initial bearish warnings to my clients and wrote a definitive article in another financial blog and here in SafeHaven.com. The foreseeable appreciation picture for Alcoa is not nearly as bright as most financial analysts are publishing. Longer term valuation forecasts are however amongst the strongest for the Non-Ferrous Metals industry. When the General Market is in trouble (and it IS in trouble) companies like AA will follow suit. That is simple because it had Poor Valuations at the time the General Market first started showing weakness. My below charts tell that story very clearly. This being true, Alcoa will definitely continue to participate in this pull back. This past year has been completely on target for both Alcoa and other Non-Ferrous Metals Companies and that is their not being profitable to own. Most of the companies I feature pay a dividend. (Please read my recent article for Seniors regarding doubling your monthly income). Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. Many Dow Companies and others are hurting a hurt that is just plain unacceptable asset management. My fundamental valuation for AA is a minus 10 - 15+% in the coming months.
Within my professional I also offer Alerts for companies that are like AA down but will one day again be a very profitable company to own. Let me know if you are interested.
Notes: A snapshot of - - How I Get My Accuracy, Results and Profits ...
It all starts with what I call Comparative Analytics. There are several thousand U.S. Companies in the New York and Nasdaq markets. Each Company is a component of a Sector as well as an Industry Group. There are about 12 - 15 Sectors and well over 200 Industry Groups.
I spend a lot of my time breaking all of these components down to a manageable size. My analytic work, for doing this, uses my unique valuation and time tested technical indicator methodology. This process offers clear guidance as to both the direction of the Marketplace as well as for the near to short-term direction of each sector, industry group and company.
All this work is continuously in place to review any Company or ETF. It is also rather easy to identify the Companies and ETFs that have the highest probability of meaningfully contributing to (ascending) after a clear Bullish Inflection point for the next ensuing rally. This works the same within a Bearish Inflection Point. Again, it is easy to identify the Companies and ETFs (Inverse) that have the highest probability of (descending) in a Bearish environment.
That is how Investing Wisely works for me as well as for my clients! In over 50 years I have never found that investors or financial analysts / asset managers understand and apply this basic and on-going process of consistently making money in the stock market.
A Forecast is just that, an opinion based on the fundamental - valuation, technical charts and consensus opinion on data as well as the information and data that is available at the time of publishing this article. The single factor that can upset a very good forecast is the News. That is why it is important to stay with the facts and real data and not be influenced by outside and temporal flows of media mis-guided information. You may have already noted that each week I feature a new and well-known company for your consideration. I am sorry that cannot possible keep a weekly update for you.
If you would like my most current thoughts on this or another company, please contact me by Email. (Serious investors only - Please!)
Confirmations: "Confirmations" are a review of my fundamental valuations and technical analytics. They are only available at the time of making investment decisions to take bullish or bearish positions.
Profitable Results: Profitable results, like most things in life, come after doing a superior job. A superior job comes from experience, dedication and hard work.
The Professors - Report Card on: Alcoa (AA)
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|Technical - |
|Consensus Opinion - |
|Report Card - |
Grade & Direction:
(0 - 100 / A - F) -- Ascending
- Status Quo - Descending
|Alcoa (AA)||Good -- My Valuation for Alcoa is quite negative. The longer-term down-side is over 10 - 15+%.||Poor -- My Technical Analytics is very negative. I would recommend selling on what may be a near-term bounce-rally.||Good -- Consensus is always overly optimistic. It is a poor guide to investing wisely.||68 / D + -- Descending|
My weighted Fundamental, Technical and Consensus Opinion ratings range from Excellent to Very Poor. Grades below 90 / A are not current (never are) candidates for buying. Grades above 60 / F are not current (never are) candidates for short selling. Information and data are ever changing, so be alert. Every companies "Grade" can from a neutral grade (60 to 90 / D to B) to a buy (greater than 90) or short sale (less than 60) in a very short time.
The twenty-year chart is offered to give you a perspective. "Perspective" is yet another tool for making money that is seldom employed.
My article here in SafeHaven.com on "My Rotation Model" supports the above notes. (click here).
Two-Year Chart of Alcoa
Do not buy or short Alcoa, without talking with a seasoned financial analyst or perhaps visiting with me via Email.
Twenty-Year Chart of Alcoa
I suggest that you to take a long look at this 20-year chart. Having a longer-term perspective of a possible future investment will always give you a more consistent bottom line. Comparing Alcoa with the SPDR, S&P 500 ETF (SPY) tells a very compelling and profitable story. If you would like my guidance as to why I suggest that this chart is so important, just let me know.
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General Market - - Where are We and Where are we Going?
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General Market: My fundamentals are over-valued. My technicals are over-bought. My consensus opinions are much too bullish. The economies of the world are in much more peril than is being reported by the media.
That means there is going to continue to be a great deal of hurt for the foreseeable future.
Therefore, I am bearish on the general market, the economy, and believe holding long positions in mutual funds for the foreseeable future is not WISE!
The U.S. is already into a recession. You just have not been told by your government, as usual!
I will keep you posted ...
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