Superstock Investor
Morning Briefing

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Morning Matters:

The Week Ahead

.Each week we highlight charts below of the SP500, Russell 2000, NASDAQ Composite, UUP, EEM, TLT, HYG,LQD and recently GLD. The charts use the 50 day moving average slope indicator. When it is green we like the instrument we are tracking and when it is red we avoid the name/sector/asset class.

Equity indexes and most ETFs we are tracking are now in the green or positive. The U.S. Dollar has dropped into the red. Bond ETFs are all in the red. GLD is the ETF that tracks the price of gold and it is now positive.

Remember what matters is the slope of the 50 day moving average not the 50 day moving average itself. As mentioned above, bond holders should be defensive for the time being. That said, we note the dollar is in rally mode.

All charts are created from and if interested in using this indicator in Chart Room please feel free to send us an email by using the Contact Us section from the home page.

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Today's Superstock Investor Stock Scorecard:

by Superstock Investor


Collector's Universe (CLCT) has fallen 45% this year. The question is whether there is some value with the drop?

Company Information

Sector: Consumer Services
Industry: Specialized Consumer Serv
Market Cap:  $204 (Millions)


  Price %Gain  
Current Price $20.79    
Price Target $17.41 -16.3%  
Upper Bound $23.35 12.3%  
Lower Bound $13.38 -35.7%  

Fundamental Variables

P/E Ratio 20.2    
Sales Growth 7.3%    

Valuation Variables

  Past Current Future
Profitability (CFROI) 19.1% 24.6% 18.1%
Growth (in Assets) -11.1% 0.1% 0.0%
Color Legend
Excellent Top 10%
Good 11- 30%
Average 31- 70%
Fair 71- 90%
Poor Bottom 10%

Stock data last updated 01/10/2017.

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