Attracting Winning Stocks: The MAGNET Stock Selection Process
Most quantitative stock screening methodologies have a “style bias,” meaning they focus on growth in sales or earnings, value measures such as low price-earnings or low price-to-book ratios, or share price momentum.
From time to time, you will find blended approaches, such as “growth at a reasonable price”, which straddles the fence of value and growth investing. Similarly, price momentum is sometimes added to a value strategy to find “value on the move.”
Jordan Kimmel takes the process one step further and combines all three—value, growth, and momentum investing approaches—into a singular investing model. His own name for his unique style: The MAGNET Stock Selection Process.
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