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Wall Street Undervalued Stocks says iHuman


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Wall Street Undervalued Stocks says James Rickman 3rd, Director of iHuman Having founded parent company Sustainable Virtual Biz, Mr James Rickman 3rd., Director has worked over the past 18-years with many entrepreneurial businesses. We understand how difficult it can be to raise money to start and grow a small business. The task of securing investment is a notoriously perplexing and sometimes sluggish process that can be a struggle at the best of times. In today’s economic climate this has become eve n more challenging. Our business development team connects you with venture capital, angel and wealthy individual investors using social networking and crowdfunding source channels.

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  1. 1. Wall Street Undervalued Stocks says iHuman Evolution.comAs the stock market volatility continues and the coming domestic job creation packagerequires the politicians in Washington DC to clean up their act. It sparked my interest tobegin thinking counter clockwise from all the dooms day predictions. In other words, begindoing the opposite of the main stream. Many ask have we seen the market bottom yet, butplacing a limit order to buy long-term investments enables me to get an attractive pricefor under valued equities. Like a hawk circling the wounded carcasses on Wall Street, I’vebegun a steady program to snap up dividend paying stocks that also report excellentfundamentals in targeted industries states, James Rickman III, analyst iHuman EvolutionRickman’s top stock picks in water, energy, Agra, technologyand healthcare sectors. Review the details below. More Visit: Top Picks #1 Sector: Clean Water Utilities, desalinationplants and water distribution system equities are a bargainright now with excellent long-term outlooks. Water is a $460Billion industry worldwide and growing. It is the single mostcritical resource known on Earth.The average middle class American uses nearly 158 gallons(600 liters) each day (bathrooms, cooking, food, drinks, hotwater-cleaning, laundry, car wash, heating etc.), whereaspeople in some of the worlds poorest countries must make dowith less than 10% of that amount. Clean water resources are highly dependent on thescale of a countrys infrastructure. Click Read My Article “Blue Gold: The UltimateCommodity Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. (CWCO) (CWCO) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $128.84M Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $83.73M Profit Margin: 10.43% Operating Margin: 7.80% Return on Assets: 1.58% Return on Equity: 4.15% Dividend: 3.50% annual yield American States Water Company (AWR) (AWR) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $645.67M Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $942.23M Profit Margin: 7.98% Operating Margin: 21.90% Return on Assets: 4.74% Return on Equity: 7.99% Dividend: 3.40% annual yield Aqua America, Inc. (WTR) (WTR) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $2.94B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $4.34B
  2. 2. Profit Margin: 18.82% Operating Margin: 39.09% Return on Assets: 4.53% Return on Equity: 12% Dividend: 3.10% annual yieldMy Top Picks #2 Sector: Energy, minerals, food resources and infrastructure needs Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP) - owns and manages energy transportation and storage assets delivers gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, and natural gas liquids to various markets through approximately 8,400 miles of refined petroleum products pipelines, and 60 associated product terminals and petroleum pipeline transmix processing facilities. (KMP) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $22.82B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $33.06B Profit Margin: 16.23% Operating Margin: 20.82% Return on Assets: 4.71% Return on Equity: 17.66% Dividend: 6.80% annual yield Chevron Corporation (CVX) through its subsidiaries engages in petroleum, chemicals, mining, power generation, and energy operations worldwide. It operates in two segments, Upstream and Downstream. The Upstream segment involves in the exploration, development, and production of crude oil and natural gas; processing, liquefaction, transportation, and regasification associated with liquefied natural gas; transportation of crude oil through pipelines; and transportation, storage, and marketing of natural gas, as well as holds interest in a gas-to-liquids project. (CVX) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $187.08B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $174.33B Profit Margin: 10.61% Operating Margin: 15.07% Return on Assets: 10.94% Return on Equity: 21.33% Dividend: 3.20% annual yield Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile Inc. (SQM) engages in the production and sale of fertilizers and specialty chemicals in Chile and internationally. Chilean-based SQM’s 30% global market share of Lithium derivates used for electric vehicles and mobile device battery technologies. The company provides various specialty plant nutrition products, including sodium nitrate, potassium nitrate, potassium sulfate, and sodium potassium nitrate for crops, such as tobacco, potato, coffee, cotton, fruits, and vegetables, as well as Ultrasol for application via fertirrigation; Qrop for soil application; Speedfol for foliar application; and organic fertilizers. It also offers iodine for use in various medical, agricultural, and industrial applications, such as X-Ray contrast media, biocides, antiseptics and disinfectants, pharmaceutical, polarizing films for liquid crystal displays, chemicals, and herbicides; and iodine derivatives for use in various medical and industrial applications, as well as in human and animal nutrition products. Click Read My Article “A Long Look at Lithium: Chiles SQM Poised for Growth”
  3. 3. (SQM) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $15.35B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $14.27B Profit Margin: 21.70% Operating Margin: 29.37% Return on Assets: 10.85% Return on Equity: 25.38% Dividend: .80% annual yield Procter & Gamble Company (PG) provides consumer packaged goods in the United States and internationally. The company operates in three global business units (GBUs): Beauty and Grooming, Health and Well-Being, and Household Care. The Beauty and Grooming GBU offers female beauty products, including cosmetics, deodorants, female blades and razors, personal cleansing and skin care products, hair care products, and fragrances under the Head & Shoulders, Olay, Pantene, and Wella brands. (PG) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $168.09B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $199.73B Profit Margin: 14.29% Operating Margin: 19.16% Return on Assets: 7.42% Return on Equity: 18.23% Dividend: 3.50% annual yieldMy Top Picks #3 Sector: Information technologies, mobile devices and SMART grids Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (SI) the electronics and electrical engineering company. It operates in the industry, energy, and healthcare sectors worldwide. In the industry sector, its portfolio ranges from industry automation and drives products and services to building, lighting, and mobility solutions and services, as well as includes system integration and solutions for plant business. It offers automation and drives, industrial solutions and services, transportation systems, and Siemens building technologies. In the energy sector, Siemens provides solutions for the generation, transmission, and distribution of power; and extraction, conversion, and transport of oil and gas in the oil and gas industry. In the healthcare sector, it develops, manufactures, and markets diagnostic and therapeutic systems, devices, and consumables; and offers IT systems for clinical and administrative purposes. (SI) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $94.53B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $91.13B Profit Margin: 5.66% Operating Margin: 9.86% Return on Assets: 4.76% Return on Equity: 18.11% Dividend: 2.50% annual yield International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) provides information technology products and services worldwide. Its Global Technology Services segment provides IT infrastructure and business process services, including strategic outsourcing, process, integrated technology, and maintenance services, as
  4. 4. well as technology-based support services. The company’s Global Business Services segment offers consulting and systems integration, and application management services. Its Software segment offers middleware and operating systems software, such as WebSphere software to integrate and manage business processes; information management software for database and enterprise content management, information integration, data warehousing, business analytics and intelligence, performance management, and predictive analytics; Tivoli software for identity management, data security, storage management, and datacenter automation; Lotus software for collaboration, messaging, and social networking; rational software to support software development for IT and embedded systems; business intelligence software, which provides querying and forecasting tools. (IBM) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $203.76B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $216.49B Profit Margin: 14.70% Operating Margin: 20.02% Return on Assets: 12.06% Return on Equity: 69.26% Dividend: 1.70% annual yield Intel Corporation (INTC) engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of integrated circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide. It offers microprocessor products used in notebooks, netbooks, desktops, servers, workstations, storage products, embedded applications, communications products, consumer electronics devices, and handhelds. The company also provides system on chip products that integrate its core processing functionalities with other system components, such as graphics, audio, and video, onto a single chip. In addition, it offers chipset products that send data between the microprocessor and input, display, and storage devices, including keyboard, mouse, monitor, hard drive, and CD, DVD, or Blu-ray drives; motherboards designed for desktop, server, and workstation platforms, and that has connectors for attaching devices to the bus; and wired and wireless connectivity products consisting of network adapters and embedded wireless cards used to translate and transmit data across networks. (INTC) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $109.06B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $97.08B Profit Margin: 25.29% Operating Margin: 33.55% Return on Assets: 16.41% Return on Equity: 25.91% Dividend: 4% annual yieldMy Top Picks #4 Sector: healthcare, disease management and treatment centers WellPoint, Inc. (WLP) through its subsidiaries operates as a health benefits company in the United States. It offers various network-based managed care plans to large and small employer, individual, Medicaid, and senior markets. The company’s managed care plans include preferred provider organizations; health maintenance organizations; point-of-service plans; traditional indemnity plans; and other hybrid plans, including consumer-driven health plans, hospital only, and limited benefit products. WellPoint also provides various managed care services comprising claims processing, underwriting, stop loss insurance, actuarial services,
  5. 5. provider network access, medical cost management, disease management, wellnessprograms, and other administrative services. In addition, it offers specialty andother products and services, including pharmacy benefit management; life anddisability insurance benefits; dental, vision, and behavioral health benefits;radiology benefit management.(WLP) Valuation MeasuresMarket Cap: $21.73BEnterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $10.66BProfit Margin: 4.92%Operating Margin: 8.02%Return on Assets: 5.88%Return on Equity: 12.16%Dividend: 1.60% annual yieldPfizer Inc. (PFE) a biopharmaceutical company offers prescription medicines forhumans and animals worldwide.(PFE) Valuation MeasuresMarket Cap: $139.06BEnterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $149.08BProfit Margin: 12.71%Operating Margin: 27.08%Dividend: 4.06% annual yieldThe GEO Group, Inc. (GEO) provides government-outsourced services specializingin the management of correctional, detention, and mental health and residentialtreatment facilities in the United States, Australia, South Africa, and the UnitedKingdom. It operates various correctional and detention facilities, includingmaximum, medium, and minimum security prisons; immigration detention centers;minimum security detention centers; and mental health and residential treatmentfacilities. The company offers correctional and detention management services, suchas the provision of security, administrative, rehabilitation, education, health, andfood services primarily at adult male correctional and detention facilities; andmental health and residential treatment services primarily at privatized state mentalhealth facilities.(GEO) Valuation MeasuresMarket Cap: $1.25BEnterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $2.58BProfit Margin: 4.56%Operating Margin: 10.69%Return on Assets: 4.19%Return on Equity: 7.29%Dividend: N/A annual yieldIntuitive Surgical, Inc. (ISRG) designs, manufactures, and markets da Vincisurgical systems for various surgical procedures, including urologic, gynecologic,cardiothoracic, general, and head and neck surgeries. Its da Vinci surgical systemconsists of a surgeons console or consoles, a patient-side cart, a 3-D vision system,and proprietary wristed instruments. Authors Note: Although this stocks PE isrelatively high, the remote surgery market has almost unlimited growth potentialover next 20-years.
  6. 6. (ISRG) Valuation Measures Market Cap: $13.39B Enterprise Value (August 9, 2011) $11.97B Profit Margin: 27.74% Operating Margin: 38.91% Return on Assets: 15.38% Return on Equity: 20.38% Dividend: N/A annual yieldAuthor’s Conclusion: Other sectors, I like included SMART grid and appliance technologies and waste management services. Overall, I believe public demands in the United States will push Washington bureaucrats to implement protective trade measures to create domestic jobs for middle class workers in America. Further the fundamentals of these multinational stocks, I suggested above have excellent balance sheets and dividend income says James Rickman III, Director iHuman . The long-term investment outlook is very promising for my top picks.