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Why use Obermatt
Obermatt’s investment strategies and rank method provide viable investment guidance for Novice investors. Obermatt’s stocks analysis makes picking stocks easy and gives you the tools to invest with confidence. Pick your own stocks or validate your investment advisor’s recommendations with the Obermatt Method.
The Obermatt Method simplifies investing in stocks. The hardest step for new investors is picking an investment strategy. Obermatt simplifies choosing an investment strategy that is right for you so that you can focus on picking the right stocks and growing your savings.
If you choose to use a third party advisor for your investments, you only incur more costs but not more profit. This is also what the famous British TV satirist, John Oliver, says.
We can help you save money by making self-directed investing less time consuming and less risky. We make Do-it-Yourself investing simple and transparent, without the usual conflicts of interest associated with a financial advisor.
Interested? Then, we recommend you invest in stocks because, in the long run, stocks will give you the best returns:
Learn more about the benefits of the Obermatt method here.
Ready to start? Visit our How-To section for an easy step-by-step guide to picking and investing in stocks.
Why your own stock portfolio?
In the short term, you’re most likely safest by putting your money into a savings account. But, in the long term, you could choose an index fund or create your own stock portfolio. Investing in stocks will give you the highest potential to grow your money. It is not as difficult as you might think. You just have to select a new stock from time to time:
You could also buy into an index fund. This is indeed a good solution, but not the best as index funds bias to more expensive stocks and the largest capitalized companies. Learn why it’s better to invest in your own stocks than in an index fund.
How Obermatt supports you
Obermatt analyzes over 10,000 stocks and over 100 markets worldwide. The Obermatt Method based on ranking the investment metrics of value, growth, and security, lets you immediately recognize which stocks are good long-term stocks to buy.
Swatch stock research in summary - Example
Swatch shares have a market-typical stock price level. While they are safely financed, they are poor value, and show below average growth. We recommend evaluating whether the future of the company Swatch is typical for this industry which the market average price level of the shares suggests. If you believe that the future of the company is above average, that could be an argument for buying the shares and vice versa.
Latest Obermatt Ranks
In addition, Obermatt publishes weekly Top 10 Stock lists from which you can select stocks with little effort and prior knowledge. To ensure that you receive the latest stock lists, subscribe to our free Obermatt Stock Update.
The advantages of the Obermatt method
The Obermatt method is based on financial facts because we exclude subjective judgments and stock market hype from our analysis. In addition, Obermatt is concerned only with stock fundamental analysis and not with the management of your money. There is no conflict of interest because Obermatt remains independent from your money. For this important reason, we can provide you with the best possible equity research and stock analysis.
And the performance of the Obermatt Analysis?
Top 10 Performance
Since the start of the publication of the Obermatt Top 10 listings, we analyze the returns of our Top 10 stocks and compare them with the returns of index funds. The balance is positive. We also present the top 10 returns as a rank and publish the results for each Top 10 market individually on our portfolio page.
Our own performance
Caution with past performance
Do not look solely at past performance. For a statistically well-founded statement, all kinds of upsurges and economic crises would already have had to been taken into account. Wikipedia has cited only two dozen major crises since the beginning of industrialization 250 years ago. You can imagine how long it would take for one of these events to have a profound effect on investment performance. Because this is not the case you cannot trust past performance. Our performance figures are provided only for the sake of completeness and because people always like to ask about it.
How Self-Investors use Obermatt
Seasoned self-directed investors count on Obermatt’s stock analysis to supplement investment research from their online brokerages (comparison: Switzerland, Germany) and financial analysts for their direct investing accounts. Obermatt’s stock research helps you find neglected stocks and saves you hours of deep research to find these gems.
Obermatt supplements the stock analysis and stock recommendations that direct investing accounts and brokerages may offer. Bolster your investing account with reliable stock ratings so that you can invest with confidence. Obermatt’s rank method provides you with equity research and the stock analysis your investment advisor doesn’t!
How professional investors use Obermatt
Obermatt’s investment strategies and rank method provide professional investors with viable investment stress testing. Obermatt provides all the necessary information to stress test financial advisors’ portfolios. Get a sound second opinion now. Don’t let your emotions cost you your returns.
Obermatt provides all the information you need to safely pick stocks. The Obermatt method keeps you from making emotional investment decisions because Obermatt’s sound risk criteria and key financial metrics help you choose stocks with financial facts and less emotion.