“An investment strategy based on the efficiency level of a company is likely to lead to healthy returns across all market conditions,” states today’s article, which goes on to point out that “different studies have shown that there is a direct relationship between a company’s efficiency level and its price movement. So, investing in efficient companies may prove profitable.” As such, the article outlines several efficiency ratios to use in assessing a company’s efficiency and then uses those ratios to identify five efficiency standouts to consider. To see these five stocks – which include a provider of online vehicle auction and remarketing services, an energy company and a chemical conglomerate – CLICK HERE.
Is There Profit To Be Made From These Efficiency Standouts?
- by Bob Mitchell