|Filter 1: Insider Trading|
Insider trading we will defined as the buying or selling of corporate stock by a corporate officer in one’s own company. By examining Insider trading we can hope to gain insight into the future of a business as it is seen by those most closest to operations. As it has so eloquently been put before, people sell stock for all sorts of reasons but only ever buy it for one. To read more about why we value insider trading click here.
|Filter 2: Graham Analysis|
|Benjamin Graham is known as the father of value investing. Through his book|
the intelligent investor he created a set of criteria that a company should
meet in order to merit his investment. To read more about this criteria and
why Graham considered each so significant click here. There is debate over
the utility of applying one set of rules to compare company’s in different
sectors and different markets, therefore we have provided comparisons
against, industry, sector and indice.
In the charts below (Blue= CONED, Green=Industry, Yellow=Sector, Red=S&P 500
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