Investment Advisor,Analytic Investment
EducationUniversity of Southern California; NTHU, Taiwan
QualificationsMS Computer Engineering, BSEE/BSPME
The Earnings Growth Portfolio buys stocks that have reported positive earnings surprises relative to analyst estimates and received subsequent positive earnings estimate revisions. It seeks to find stocks that the manager believes are likely to report earnings surprises that may help to drive the stocks higher.
Stocks are sold when they no longer exhibit high earning revisions and high earning surprises relative to other growth stocks.
Hengfu invests in both U.S. stocks and foreign companies that are listed on U.S. exchanges.
Hengfu’s computer algorithm-based strategy attempts to take advantage of stocks that may be mispriced. It seeks to buy the stocks that his research suggests are undervalued and sell the ones that he considers to be overvalued.
The Earnings Growth Portfolio uses a proprietary computer algorithm designed to maximize gains and minimize risks. This approach seeks to remove human emotion and buy-sell biases from the investing process.
This diversified portfolio typically holds about 25 stocks with an annual portfolio turnover rate between 100% and 200% under normal market conditions.
Stocks are sold when they no longer exhibit high earning revisions and high earning surprises relative to other growth stocks. They are then replaced with stocks that have stronger earning revisions and higher earning surprises.
Holdings are only visible to invested clients.
If you'd like to discuss this portfolio, contact client relations at 1.866.825.3005.
Covestor inception November 23, 2010
|as of September 22, 2014
||Manager (net of fees)
|Past 30 days
|Past 90 days
|Past 365 days
|Since Covestor inception (Annualized)
Last 365 days
|as of September 22, 2014
||Manager (net of fees)
|Best 30 days
|Worst 30 days
|Value-at-risk (95%, 1 week)
||vs. Russell 2000
||vs. S&P 500
Transactions are only visible to invested clients.
If you'd like to discuss this portfolio,
contact client relations at 1.866.825.3005.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
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