Strategic Capital Research (SCR): Scan & Rank (USA, International, Global) Financial Investing and/or Trading Strategically Ranked Securities
Whether directly or indirectly, all of our ranked securities begin with the dominant economic picture identified during the macro level revisions of the foundational reports at “SCR: Finance R&A;.” Simply put, there are times when different asset classes make better investments.
In this section, using both investable ETFs and individual securities, our aim is to provide scanned securities that have been strategically ranked for optimal investing and/or trading, and that have the same extensive characteristics as our research: a range that stretches across countries, a depth that studies from macro–country to micro–company, and a breadth that analyzes by style (value, growth), by size (large-cap, medium-cap, small-cap), by sector (and industry), by strategy (momentum, overbought & oversold, price divergence, rotation (asset & sector), relative strength, performance, long & short), by asset class (bonds, stocks, commodities, currencies, real estate), by weighting (equal, fundamental earnings, market cap.), by time (long-term, medium-term, short-term), and finally, by technique (econometrics, technicals, and fundamentals).
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Optimal Finance Analysis (Macro to Micro) – USA, Global (includes USA) & International (excludes USA) – by style, size, sector, asset class, weight, time, and technique: Stocks, bonds, ETFs (over 85 per report), commodities, currencies, companies, international & emerging markets, real estate. Methods: Econometric, Technical, and Fundamental.
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