Recommended for New Readers2022-04-19T09:10:07+00:00

A COLLECTION OF POSTS FROM KCR

Recommended for New Readers

Book Summaries

Market Anomalies

Survivorship Bias Free Stock Data is Critical to Investors

February 25, 2022|Tags: |

Before we show you how quality and reasonable valuations are the breeding grounds of greatness, let’s talk about a common analytical error. When analyzing stocks and investment strategies, using bias-free data is a basic and critical first step. For a beautiful explanation, we guide you to Teddy Koker, a researcher at MIT’s Lincoln Labs, elegant walk-through, complete with programming instructions. For those interested in a less complex example, this post is for you.

Single Stock Ideas

MO Stock PE Ratio Offers Cash Backed Income

June 17, 2022|Tags: |

Beginning in March of 2021, KCR’s quantitative research has provided consistent evidence that Staples and Energy stocks present investors with the opportunity to buy companies of high quality for unusually low prices. Subsequent to our evidence-based models’ endorsement, we engaged in a fundamental review of both sectors and the specific stocks our models favored. Steeped in academic research done by the most respected names in behavioral finance, our models continue to advocate for select securities in both sectors. Our fundamental overlay continues to validate those findings.

Is EOG’s Stock Price Heading Higher?

March 25, 2022|Tags: |

Is EOG A Good Stock to Buy? The chart below shows the performance of natural gas and crude oil exploration and production firm EOG Resources over the last 3 years. Since the stock’s trough in October of 2020, it has risen over 250%, triggering behavioral errors that often give investors the feeling that they “missed” a stock after it rises that much.

Hillenbrand Investor Relations has an Incredible Story…

February 18, 2022|Tags: |

(And nobody is listening, hence the opportunity). Hillenbrand 60 Second Summary: • $3.5bn market cap • Double digit earnings growth • 2% dividend yield • Authorization to buy-back 10% of shares outstanding. • 11% FCF Yield so could buy that stock back from ongoing FCF • Founded in 1906 – longevity • If management just avoids making an expensive acquisition, this stock can deliver significant growth & cash returns to shareholders

Hillenbrand Stock Price = Capital Discipline for Cheap

February 18, 2022|Tags: |

• We have been proponents of investing in companies that make what you need, not what you want. • Behavioral errors often give investors the feeling that they “missed” a stock after it has risen • KCR believes that Hillenbrand lies at the intersection of two powerful themes we have highlighted: the opportunity in small-cap value stocks and finding growth at a reasonable price

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