Many Large Stocks Lost -35% Over The Last Year

Over the Last Year, Many Large Stocks LOST -35% or More
These Losses Were Avoidable

EPS’s proprietary “Company Risk Indicator(CRI) provided a clear warning of the potential losses from these stocks. The CRI enables investors to avoid risky stocks in favor of safer companies, a vital step to capital preservation.

Before these stocks fell, 19 were rated “Very High Risk”, 5 had a “Caution” rating and just one (Ford) had a “Moderate Risk” rating. None were rated “Safe” or “Safest”.

Company Decline CRI Company Decline CRI Company Decline CRI
Google -18% 16 Facebook -34% 37 Netflix -35% -31
Amazon -23% -17 Ford -34% 74 nVIDIA -49% 7
American Airlines -44% -95 General Electric -62% -80 PG&E -53% -4
AIG -41% -26 General Mills -38% -104 Schlumberger -50% -72
Apple -28% -23 Goldman Sachs -38% -49 State Street -43% -18
Applied Materials -45% -16 Int’l Paper -36% 39 Valero Energy -41% 51
BlackRock -35% -50 McKesson -35% -86 Western Digital -63% -89
Celgene -36% -117 Micron Tech -44% 62 Weyerhauser -37% 38
Electronic Arts -45% 16 Average Loss -40% Average CRI Rating -21

In less than 12 months, these 25 companies lost over $1.6 trillion
in market value from their highs!

By |2018-12-21T16:12:04+00:00December 19th, 2018|Equity Performance Sciences, Ray's Thoughts|