Our research analysts are industry specialists with extensive knowledge and insight. Their unique industry perspectives are featured in this monthly series.

Organized by sector teams, analysts develop their own models with criteria relevant to their industries and sectors versus applying one common set of criteria to discern intrinsic value. In addition, most of our research is generated internally, insulating us from much of Wall Street’s white noise.

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Focus and Patience are Key to Tesco Turnaround »
December 2015
“As with successful retailing, successful investing requires focus on the long-term fundamentals of the business and patience in analyzing and weighing new information in light of the long term.”
Dissecting Stryker’s Long-Term Opportunities »
By Kyle Schneider, CFA »
November 2015
“Daily headlines reflect what may be a tougher road ahead for health care, but it is precisely this type of environment Stryker was built to withstand.”
Whirlpool’s Future Looks Bright »
By Aaron Monroe, CFA »
October 2015
“Potential opportunities exist when one believes the future of a company will differ from its past.”
Examining the Health of Express Scripts »
By Brian Fontanella, CFA »
September 2015
“Paired with an attractive valuation, Express Scripts’ scale and expertise in managing drug trend create a win-win opportunity for both clients and investors.”
Global Energy: Adapting to New Realities »
By Suken Patel, CFA »
August 2015
“In times like these, maintaining a long-term perspective is essential to place current events in the proper context.”
Coty: Right Business, Right People, Right Price »
July 2015
“We can be more confident that our interests will be protected when we partner with competent, shareholder-friendly management teams.”
Quantifying Risk »
June 2015
“Investors generally do not like uncertainty and often tend to reflect the worst-case outcome in the stock price.”
Juniper Networks’ Renewed Focus »
By Grady Burkett, CFA »
May 2015
“Executing a significant organizational change is not a trivial task for established firms, and improvements are rarely linear.”
Waiting for the Right Pitch »
By John Loesch, CFA »
April 2015
“After following and admiring BOK Financial Corp.  for nearly five years, we finally got the ‘right pitch’ in late 2014.”
Cabela’s: Little Room for Error »
By Jenny Hubbard, CFA »
March 2015
“CAB has set the bar high in terms of long-term earnings growth targets, giving the company little room for error.”
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