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Healthcare Sector Results for Fiscal Year 2014

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients' research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends. 

Xalgo5 identified 27 stocks out of 625 stocks within the Healthcare sector for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of -39.16% (Figure 1) with a peak –56.23% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

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These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 5 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

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This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified, Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).  

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In conclusion, the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down   -39.16%.  

 

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Consumer Services Sector Results for Fiscal Year 2014

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends. 

Xalgo5 identified 22 stocks out of 660 stocks within the Consumer Services sector for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of –24.62% (Figure 1) with a peak -32.39% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

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These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 5 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

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This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).  

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In conclusion, the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down -24.62%.  

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Capital Goods Sector Results for Fiscal Year 2014

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends. 

Xalgo5 identified 9 stocks out of 400 stocks within the Capital Goods sector for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of -33.13% (Figure 1) with a peak -48.19% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

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These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 9 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

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This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).  

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In conclusion, the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down –33.18%.

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Consumer Non-Durables Sector Results for Fiscal Year 2014

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends. 

Xalgo5 identified 5 stocks out of 195 stocks within the Consumer Non-Durables sector for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of -22.96% (Figure 1) with a peak -36.64% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 5 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

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This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).

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In conclusion, the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down –22.96%.

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Technology Sector Results for Fiscal Year 2014

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends. 

Xalgo5 identified 21 stocks out of 622 stocks within the Technology sector for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of -31.86% (Figure 1) with a peak -42.09% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

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These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 21 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

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This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).  

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In conclusion, the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down -31.86%.  

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Basic Industries Results for Fiscal Year 2014.

Xalgo5 brings you detailed independent analysis of accounting related risks that is thorough, insightful and clear.  Improving our clients research efforts, knowledge and risk management is the foundation of our process.  Xalgo5 ideas are often undiscovered in the market and are a great source of absolute short return.  Most external research can be biased in the form of “Buy, Hold, Sell” recommendations.  We offer probabilities to identify deteriorating accounting trends.  Xalgo5 identified 16 stocks out of 255 stocks within the basic industries for the fiscal year end of 2014 that had a negative impact over the course of 2015. The average annual return was a total of -33.98% (Figure 1) with a peak -51.97% based upon the worst month from the date the stock filed their annual report with the SEC.

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These impacts were typically earnings surprises or the commencement of class action lawsuits.    Our process is a unique lens that identifies the corrosion of accounting fundamentals by identifying financial anomalies found on the annual reports of public companies.  Xalgo5 can provide a probability that a negative impact will occur for a stock over the next year.  Below (Figure 2) is the 12 month return of the 16 stocks identified by Xalgo5 on the reported release date of the annual report with the SEC.

Figure 2 *return based upon last month as the 12th month has not been completed.

This is done by analyzing more than 50 data points, 72 ratios and over 500,000 different combinations linked via a proprietary algorithm developed to help identify financial anomalies that may be calculated into a stock price.   Once the anomalies are identified Xalgo5 assigns a probability and rolls it into an overall score that allows our users to quickly target those specific stocks for further research (Figure 3).  

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In conclusion the S&P 500 was down 0.69% for 2015 and Xalgo5 picks were down -33.98%.  

  

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The Wall Cloud Labs Launches XALGO5

Xalgo5 is an algorithm which identifies anomalies in financial data that indicate manipulation tactics. It determines which potential fraud tactics may have caused the anomalies and calculates the probability that manipulation has occurred. By cross referencing the Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash flow statements over multiple years Xalgo5, a nonlinear tool, can evaluate over 500,000 possible options per stock via a Bayesian network which is then correlated to the given sector. Then the data is classified into 8 tactics for easy visualization of the data.

Xalgo5 runs through 10 quintillion possible outcome to bring a robust accounting quality model for all major USA publicly traded companies. The results are reduced man hours pouring over financial data. 

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