Ranking T-Advisor: The best stocks and funds in November

What stocks and funds were the best in November? T-Advisor publishes its ranking taking into account the score. T-Advisor patented score provides an asset rating (bullish, neutral or bearish) based on key performance indicators and technical analysis.

The best shares in November were as it follows:

Company Score Perf. YTD Volatility Weekly VaR Market

EUROPE

Sinnerschrader

9.94

26.70%

30.98%

-7.49%

Deutsche Boerse
Trigano

9.86

25.95%

31.51%

-6.30%

Paris
Orion Corp.

9.81

25.99%

19.03%

-5.39%

Helsinki
Chargeurs

9.77

76.22%

25.89%

-6.13%

Paris
Thales

9.76

33.59%

21.40%

-3.42%

Paris

USA-CANADA

MSK Instruments

10

61.81%

24.99%

-6.71%

Nasdaq
Time Warner

10

43.67%

25.88%

-5.00%

NYSE
PTC

10

43.32%

25.79%

-6.14%

Nasdaq
Reinsurance Group

10

42.51%

18.10%

-3.90%

NYSE
T-Mobile US

10

41.59%

24.81%

-5.54%

Nasdaq

ASIA-PACIFIC

Geely Auto

10

93.22%

38.41%

-8.36%

Hong Kong
Galaxy Enterteinment

10

53.78%

34.68%

-7.01%

Hong Kong
Nissan Chemical Industries

9.92

39.04%

27.41%

-7.28%

Tokyo
Lion Corp.

9.82

62.41%

41.30%

-9.06%

Tokyo
Asahi Kasei Corp.

9.74

23.10%

31.04%

-6.06%

Tokyo

LATAM

Grupo Security

9.15

26.90%

19.48%

-3.92%

Santiago de Chile
SM Banco Chile

9.10

14.48%

12.25%

-3.07%

Santiago de Chile
Cerro Verde

8.64

41.45%

41.48%

-7.26%

Lima
Capsa

8.58

213.19%

41.05%

-8.31%

Santiago de Chile
Edelnor

8.47

9.09%

27.63%

-4.53%

Lima

The best funds in November were as it follows:

Fund Score Perf. YTD Volatility Weekly VaR Managing company

EQUITY

JPMORGAN FUNDS – AMERICA MICRO CAP FUND

9.65

20.33%

15.96%

-4.71%

JP Morgan
EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD FUND – US VALUE , YIELD – A

9.57

22.41%

24.56%

6.46%

Edmond de Rothschild
AXA ROSENBERG US SMALL CAP ALPHA FUND CLASS A USD ACCM

9.55

16.53%

18.85%

-4.17%

AXA
M&G NORTH AMERICAN DIVIDEND FUND – C – EUR – ACC

9.39

17.71%

17.54%

-4.56%

MG Investments

FIXED INCOME

CS BOND FUND LUX HIGH YIELD USD I CAP

8.77

11.19%

5.75%

-1.83%

Credit Suisse
CARMIGNAC PORTFOLIO GLOBAL BOND

8.61

10.07%

5.33%

-0.96%

Carmignac
BLACKROCK PY ST-SBI

8.55

1.71%

7.87%

-1.74%

BlackRock
FTIF – TEMPLETON GLOBAL TOTAL RETURN FUND A(ACC) EUR

8.52

4.53%

16.77%

-4.56%

Franklin Templeton
FF-ASIAN HIGH YIELD Y

8.49

13.48%

4.35%

-1.04%

Fidelity
JPM INCOME OPPORTUNITY PLUS A (ACC) – USD

8.46

7.25%

4.01%

-0.96%

JP Morgan

 

Market opportunities by T-Advisor: 3i Group

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company 3i Group, listed in London Stock Exchange as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

3i Group main figures in T-AdvisorThe chart shows the evolution in the last year:

3i Group chart in T-Advisor

The technical analysis reveals also more data:

3i Group technical analysis in T-AdvisorFinally, the risk analysis is as it follows:

3i Group risk analysis in T-Advisor

3i Group is an investment and venture capital company based in London focused on mid-market Private Equity, Infrastructure and Debt Management. It was created in 1987, when the owners (the British banks) sold off their stakes to create a new company the old Investors in Industry (whose initials provided the name 3i).

Total return of the fiscal year closed at March, 31st, 2016, registered an improvement of 25%, up to GBP 824 million, compared with the same period finished in March 2015. Assets under management also increased a 3.9% in the fiscal year 2015-2016, up to GBP 13,999 million, compared with the former fiscal year. The share price multiplied almost three times in the last five years.

Mexico, Trump won the election

Mexico is an example of a developing country that evolved into an industrial nation amongst the 15 largest in the world in a short period. This is the same country that suffered the bond crisis in the 1980s and that signed the NAFTA with a great positive effect for its economic development. This development has also effects in their financial markets, that boomed with a modernisation after the liberalisation of the sector and the investment of foreign entities.

The line was very positive in the global trend, as it registered a bullish bias the main part of the year. However, there was a break… after the second Tuesday in November. Donald Trump won the election and the promises of tightening the relationship with the southern neighbour shocked the Latam markets and, specially, the Mexican one. The line is clear in the T-Advisor trend evolution chart:

Global Trend Evolution chart of Mexico in T-Advisor

The IPC, the Mexican benchmark, scaled a 30% in the last five years, but this positive trend changed dramatically at the beginning of the month.  If we look at the chart, the drop is clear and the change in all technical analysis references is relevant.

IPC YTD evolution in T-Advisor

Compared with other Latam stock exchanges, Mexico didn’t recover from the Trump shock:

Comparison Latam markets in T-Advisor

The question is: what is going to happen after this shock? Trump has relaxed somehow his strong comments about the relationship with Mexico, but nobody knows his real intentions when he takes office in January. Will he order the building of the wall in the Mexican border? Will he abandon the NAFTA? Will he control the Mexican immigration? All these decisions would have strong negative effects in the economy of Mexico and they would also shock the financial markets. Our bootstrapping tool reveals that there are 25% possibilities of a negative return of the IPC in the next two years. However, there are 40% probability of positive returns between 2% and 45%.

Mexico IPC bootstrapping in T-Advisor

This analysis is based on the historical evolution and considers that past performances do not guarantee future returns. In any case, these results can also be altered by sudden political decisions. Many analysts consider that 2017 will be a volatile year linked to political instability. We will soon discover how it will affect to Mexico.

Market opportunities by T-Advisor: Healthcare Services Group

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company Healthcare Services Group, listed in Nasdaq, as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

Healthcare Services Group main figures in T-Advisor

The chart shows the evolution in the last year:

Healthcare Services Group chart in T-AdvisorThe technical analysis reveals also more data:

Healthcare Services Group technical analysis in T-AdvisorFinally, the risk analysis is as it follows:

Healthcare Services Group risk analysis in T-Advisor

Healthcare Services Group is a company specialised in housekeeping, laundry, dining and nutrition services mainly in the seniors living and hospital markets. Founded in 1976, its current market capitalisation is US$ 2,769.92 million. Revenues increased an 11% in 2015 compared with 2014, up to US$ 1,436.8 million. Net income jumped a 165.5% in 2015 compared with 2014, up to US$ 89.05 million, as a result of the improvement of the revenues and the control of the costs. The share price doubled in the last five years.

What will Donald Trump bring to the markets?

It happened. Nobody expected (really) that an outsider as Donald Trump could win the election for the presidency against the candidate of the establishment, Hillary Clinton. But Trump will swear his charge as the 45th president of the USA in Washington next January. What will he bring to the markets?

The first reaction but all except negative. S&P 500 and Dow Jones went up in the following days after the election. The rise has been around 2% in this period.

S&P 500 chart in T-Advisor

S&P 500 chart in T-Advisor

Dow Jones chart in T-Advisor

Dow Jones chart in T-Advisor

Trump has campaigned for an expansive economic model. He underlined this idea in the address after the victory, because he insisted in rebuilding infrastructures. Maybe, markets have chosen to look the positive part of the Trump proposals, as NY Times comments. The positive reaction was not only in equities, but also in bonds. The position commented in Black Rock put the accent in the possible reflation if new administration confirms the Trump programme.

The effects were not so nice in other world regions. For instance, Latam received a hit and the markets (above all, Argentina and Brazil) dropped dramatically. The worst result was in the Mexican market, with a loss of 6.7% in the last 7 days. There are fears about the next decisions related to Mexico and Latam from USA, above all what refers to immigration and free trade.

Mexico IPC chart in T-Advisor

Mexico IPC chart in T-Advisor

We are not trying to predict the future. Markets usually have their own way to welcome a president. In this case, the result was positive, but it does not mean that there will be a bubble, as some say, or it will be the next crash. For sure, there will be several changes compared with the Obama Administration. Trump has also the support of the US Congress, as Republicans have the majority in both houses and this can push their economic decisions. We will comment next year to contrast the initial perceptions and the reality.

Market opportunities by T-Advisor: Canadian Tire

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company Canadian Tire, listed in Toronto Stock Exchange, as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

Canadian Tire main figures in T-AdvisorThe chart shows the evolution in the last year:

Canadian Tire chart in T-AdvisorThe technical analysis reveals also more data:

Canadian Tire technical analysis in T-AdvisorFinally, the risk analysis is as it follows:

Canadian Tire risk analysis in T-Advisor

Canadian Tire is a retail company which sells automotive, sports and leisure, and home products. The core business is the sales of automotive parts, automotive service, tools and hardware. It has 500 stores, plus another 500 related to two other brands of sports and casual clothing.

Although the company registered less revenues in 2015 (-1.5% compared to 2014, up to Cd $12,279.6 million), the net income improved a 15% in the same period, up to Cd $735.9 million. The share price almost doubled since the beginning of 2013.

Risk and volatility: they are not really the same

risk and volatility in T-Advisor screener

We often read comments about the high volatility of any asset, as it would be a sign of a high risk. That is not necessary true, because you can find different assets with similar volatility and different returns: some positive and some negative.

Volatility reports about the variation of an asset price in a certain period or the deviation of its returns from the average. A high volatility suggests strong ups and downs in the asset price. That means for current investors that it is more risky, as they can lose money more quickly… but they can obtain also higher returns.

The question is that volatility is not a measure of risk taken as an only figure. It has to be linked with other measures. For instance, you have to watch the liquidity, because an illiquid asset is more risky, as it is more difficult to sell and obtain your money back.

Volatility also reports about the past, because it is the mirror where you find the information about what happened with the prices till today. You cannot obtain other information about risk. For instance, it does not report about the counterparty risk, let’s say, you invest in bonds and the issuer has no money to pay your coupon. To obtain those data, you have to look at other parameters.

The list of risk is long, but you cannot perceive them through the volatility. It is very important for investors to understand the difference, as many get good returns trading with the volatility of the asset. As we commented above, it can be an opportunity.

A relevant measure for the risk is the Value at Risk, also known for their initials VaR, but you have to watch also the diversification (in the case of a fund or your own portfolio), the correlation with other assets or the liquidity. To sum up, if you consider the volatility as the only way to control the asset risk, you will make a mistake. The risk analysis is a combination of several figures that have to be linked to obtain a global perception.

Market opportunities by T-Advisor: Tokyo Electron

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company Tokyo Electron, listed in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

Tokyo Electron main figures in T-Advisor The chart shows the evolution in the last year:

Tokyo Electron chart in T-advisor

The technical analysis reveals also more data:

Tokyo Electron technical analysis in T-AdvisorFinally, the risk analysis is as it follows:

Tokyo Electron risk analysis in T-Advisor

Tokyo Electron is a Japanese electronics and semiconductor company. It is best known as a supplier of equipment to fabricate integrated circuits (IC), flat panel displays (FPD), and photovoltaic cells (PV). It is the largest manufacturer of IC and FPD production equipment in Japan and one of the largest in the world.

Net sales in the fiscal year 2015-2016 (ended March, 31) were 663.9 bn yens, an 8.3% more than in the last fiscal year. Net profit also increased an 8.3% compared with the fiscal year 2014-2015, up to 11.7 bn yens. The share price multiplied 2.5 times in the last five years.

Link a portfolio with a financial target in T-Advisor

We usually write about how to create a portfolio, how to manage it, where to invest or how to include changes in our investments. That’s fine, but we cannot forget that we build and manage a portfolio to reach a financial goal. It can be to buy a house or a car, to save for holidays or the studies of our children or just because we look for a higher return or diversifying our wealth.

T-Advisor last upload tries to cover that point. We have already written about our investment planner, but we missed in that moment a point in which we have work later: how to link that plan with your personal portfolios. You can do it now with a simple click. We explain it easily at the beginning of this video:

Video about linking portfolios and financial goals

A bar reports also if you are on track to reach the target. A relevant point is that you obtain a list of several figures about your goal and its balance. The system is also flexible, because it implements two tools:

  • An edition tool to change the portfolio linked with your goal at anytime.
  • A chart to compare your current portfolio allocation with the ideal portfolio allocation for your goal obtained in the planner.

Comparison of portfolio allocation in investment planner

Investments must have a meaning, because nobody invests for nothing. We all have dreams and aims to satisfy and they need money to be accomplished. Investment is a way, but smart investors need the right tools to obtain them successfully. T-Advisor has developed these tools to complete the global process, so that any individual can plan their goals and assign a strategy to achieve it. Now it is your time. What are you waiting for?

Ranking T-Advisor: The best stocks and funds in October

What stocks and funds were the best in October? T-Advisor publishes its ranking taking into account the score. T-Advisor patented score provides an asset rating (bullish, neutral or bearish) based on key performance indicators and technical analysis.

The best shares in October were as it follows:

Company Score Perf. YTD Volatility Weekly VaR Market

EUROPE

Borussia Dortmund

10

45.14%

22.75%

-4.78%

Deutsche Boerse
Galapagos

10

5.13%

49.36%

-12.49%

Brussels
Trigano

10

12.91%

33.31%

-5.95%

Paris
Teleperform

9.96

24.21%

21.89%

-4.87%

Paris
Euro Scientific

9.85

27.11%

30.31%

-5.68%

Paris

USA-CANADA

Spectra Energy

10

76.27%

30.09%

-4.64%

NYSE
Finisar

10

102.82%

38.74%

-7.56%

Nasdaq
Netease.com Inc

10

46.62%

36.97%

-10.71%

Nasdaq
Dominos Pizza

9.96

48.13%

28.41%

-4.54%

NYSE
CBS Corp.

9.89

20.48%

24.91%

-6.68%

NYSE

ASIA-PACIFIC

Geely Auto

10

113.08%

38.05%

-8.17%

Hong Kong
Lion Corp.

10

50.17%

39.77%

-7.28%

Tokyo
Challenger Financial Services

9.99

20.30%

30.27%

-7.08%

Australia
Morinaga

9.83

51.56%

43.02%

-9.06%

Tokyo
China Pharm

9.74

3.54%

32.37%

-6.13%

Hong Kong

LATAM

Hortifrut

10

130.77%

25.31%

-1.62%

Santiago de Chile
Empresas Hites

10

96.85%

27.70%

-4.57%

Santiago de Chile
Parque Arauco

9.78

42.74%

19.39%

-3.53%

Santiago de Chile
Multifoods

9.77

216.37%

45.94%

-6.05%

Santiago de Chile
Banco Crédito Inversión

9.76

26.05%

14.72%

-2.81%

Santiago de Chile

The best funds in October were as it follows:

Fund Score Perf. YTD Volatility Weekly VaR Managing company

EQUITY

M&G JAPAN SMALLER COMPANIES FUND – C – EUR – ACC

9.58

15.34%

19.46%

-4.47%

M&G Investments
ALLIANZ RCM INDONESIA A EUR

9.50

23.21%

30.24%

-5.80%

Allianz
ALLIANZ EUROPEAN MICRO CAP IT EUR

9.47

0.80%

14.84%

-3.76%

Allianz
JPMORGAN FUNDS – JAPAN EQUITY FUND – A – USD – DISTR

9.36

7.01%

23.43%

-6.16%

JP Morgan

FIXED INCOME

FTIF – TEMPLETON EMERGING MARKETS BOND FUND – I – U…

9.15

11.40%

11.08%

-2.42%

Franklin Templeton
FTIF – FRANKLIN HIGH YIELD FUND – I – USD – ACC

9.06

18.26%

9.65%

-2.25%

Franklin Templeton
SISF GLBL INF LKD BD USD HDG C ACC

8.88

12.21%

5.51%

-1.04%

Schroder
FTIF – TEMPLETON GLOBAL TOTAL RETURN FUND A(ACC) EUR

8.87

3.34%

15.71%

-4.11%

Franklin Templeton