John P. Reese is founder of CEO of Validea.com, a leading investment research site modeling great investors like Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett and other factor based models. He is also co-founder of Validea Capital Management, a registered investment advisory firm running systematic investing strategies. John is a author of two books, including "The Guru Investor: How to Beat the Market Using History's Best Investment Strategies" and holds two patents in the area of automated stock analysis. John is a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School and a sought-after speaker related to guru-based and quantitative strategies.
To select positions for the portfolio at his Validea newsletter, John Reese assesses stocks based on the historic criteria used many of the market's most legendary investors; here he reviews three homebuilding stocks, each chosen by a different investment methodology.
To select positions for the portfolio at his Validea newsletter, John Reese assesses stocks based on the historic criteria used many of the market's most legendary investors; this recommendation is based on a strategy developed by James P. O'Shaughnessy.
In the stock market, there may not be such a thing as a truly conservative stock. Some stocks that look conservative, can get thrown out the window when things get tough, notes John Reese, editor of Validea.
Although it is hard to see right now, if a few things line-up for Macy's (M) — our more risk-oriented stock selection for 2020 — the stock could have significant upside potential, explains John Reese, editor of Validea.