Tom Fahy

Thomas R. Fahy & Co.

https://fahy.co/

Norwich New York

We prospect for value, wherever it may be found. We don’t time the market. We are uninterested in fads. We don’t gamble. We buy securities trading at a perceived discount from underlying value. We are patient. We are disciplined. We have fun.


Screen Performance

The Enterprise Multiple ( < 3, Small Cap)

The Enterprise Multiple is a metric used in valuation, equal to Enterprise Value divided by Operating Income. As it accounts for debt, the Enterprise Multiple analyzes a firm from the perspective of a would-be acquirer.

-0.547%

The Enterprise Multiple (< 5, All Stocks)

The Enterprise Multiple is a metric used in valuation, equal to Enterprise Value divided by Operating Income. As it accounts for debt, the Enterprise Multiple analyzes a firm from the perspective of a would-be acquirer.

0.887%

The Magic Formula (Nano Cap)

The Magic Formula screen essentially ranks nano cap stocks on two metrics: low relative cost ("cheap") and high returns on capital ("quality" or "good").

-0.055%

The Magic Formula

The Magic Formula screen essentially ranks stocks on two metrics: low relative cost ("cheap") and high returns on capital ("quality" or "good").

0.325%

Walter J. Schloss

Walter J. Schloss (August 28, 1916 – February 19, 2012) was an American investor, fund manager, and philanthropist. He was a well-regarded value investor, as well as a notable disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of investing.

-0.426%

Earnings Yield (> 30%)

Stocks with a high Earnings Yield.

0.0%

Earnings Yield Leaders

Stocks with an Earnings (diluted) Yield greater than 10%.

0.0%

The Enterprise Multiple (Nano Cap)

The Enterprise Multiple is a metric used in valuation, equal to Enterprise Value divided by Operating Income. As it accounts for debt, the Enterprise Multiple analyzes a firm from the perspective of a would-be acquirer.

1.236%

Walter J. Schloss (+ Altman Z-Score)

Walter J. Schloss (August 28, 1916 – February 19, 2012) was an American investor, fund manager, and philanthropist. He was a well-regarded value investor, as well as a notable disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of investing.

1.849%

The Enterprise Multiple (< 7, Small Cap)

The Enterprise Multiple is a metric used in valuation, equal to Enterprise Value divided by Operating Income. As it accounts for debt, the Enterprise Multiple analyzes a firm from the perspective of a would-be acquirer.

0.764%

The Magic Formula (Small Cap)

The Magic Formula screen essentially ranks small cap stocks on two metrics: low relative cost ("cheap") and high returns on capital ("quality" or "good").

1.176%

Thomas R. Fahy & Co. (Rigorous Value, Stage 2)

This screen searches for potentially valuable issues with a low likelihood of bankruptcy.

-0.804%

Multi-Factorial Value Screen [Restrictive] (All Stocks)

A multi-factorial approach to the identification of value.

0.06%

Thomas R. Fahy & Co. (Rigorous Value)

This screen searches for small cap issues with a low likelihood of bankruptcy.

-0.296%

The Acquirer's Multiple

The acquirer's multiple takes into account a company's debt and cash levels in addition to its stock price and relates that value to the firm's cash profitability.

1.171%

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