Once a month I run a proprietary stock scan I programmed into some financial software that I like to call my “perfect stocks scan.”
The scan has a total of 29 filters, including technical (uptrending, near support, not overbought, etc.), fundamental (profitable, growing eps and sales, strong cash flow, strong ROE, low debt, etc.), and descriptive (price, volume, analyst rated “buy”, etc.) filters. In general terms, the scan gives me a fresh list of the most undervalued, growing, fiscally sound stocks that analysts love and the public doesn’t yet know about. These are not the big sexy stocks everyone is talking about…yet. Oh, and they have to be from the good ole’ US of A. None of those furin‘ stocks here!
So I just ran the screen this week (on Wednesday, 4/8) and I got nine hits. Nine “perfect” stocks were undervalued enough, growing strongly enough, and fiscally sound enough to pass through all 29 filters. These are, by the way, exactly the kind of stocks I trade in my Dr. Stoxx Options Letter. There we take a variety of positions using options the type of which depends on whether we are super bullish (straight calls), reasonably bullish (covered calls), or only modestly bullish (naked puts). Let me share three of my “perfect stocks” with you here:
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