The Claymore/Sabrient Stealth ETF (exchange traded fund) tries to find the best investments that haven’t caught Wall Street’s eye. Claymore/Sabrient Stealth (STH) is based on a theory that companies with undiscovered potential will produce plenty of positive results. Although there is research to prove this, not all stocks lacking analyst coverage can be great investments.
Sabrient Systems hunts for hidden companies in the small or micro cap universe. They look for high appreciation potential with a set of growth-and-value oriented quantitative criteria like cash flow yeilds, return ratios and relative valuation, reports Trang Ho in Investor’s Business Daily.
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