It’s been quite a week…

We’re gearing up to unleash Adam O’Dell’s brand-new elite stock research service, Infinite Momentum Alert.

The more I learn about Adam’s new system, the more I’m excited for you to get a chance to see it in action next week.

It is, bar none, the most promising investment strategy I’ve seen across the entire financial advisory business.

Adam’s system promises the ability to outperform the S&P 500 by 300-to-1 over the long haul, by trading just 10 minutes per month.

Results like that are only possible because it’s backed by the Green Zone Power Ratings system… Adam’s trend-and-momentum algorithm that powers Max Profit Alert, and the freedom and efficiency that artificial intelligence technology grants us.

I highly encourage you to sign up for his free presentation so you can get all the details straight from him. It’s slated for 1 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, September 19.

If you make the great decision to join, Adam will kick things off by sending you the first 10 stocks to own for the first four weeks of his system.

But we’re not leaving you in the lurch until then.

Adam touched on something key in Stock Power Daily earlier this week while laying out the thesis of his Infinite Momentum strategy.

I’m talking about the Momentum, Value and Quality factors

These three factors are critical to Adam’s new system.

But avoiding poor stocks is just as important as finding great ones. So today, I did some digging and uncovered a stock that rates a lousy 1 on all three of those critical factors — making it utterly un-investable on any time frame.

Sell this stock… short it… trade put options on it. But for the love of God, don’t ever buy it. It’s one for the garbage heap.

One of the Worst…

Before I proceed any further, I want to make one thing clear: Momentum, Value and Quality are only one piece of Adam’s Infinite Momentum strategy. There’s a lot more going on behind the scenes, and I’ll let him give you the full rundown on Tuesday.

But we can still use those three factors to do our own stock sleuthing when considering new stocks for our portfolios. If I saw a stock that rated poorly on any of those factors — or worse, all three — I’d know that was a stock to steer clear of.

Let’s put that into practice with a stock that you may recognize: Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. (NYSE: MSGE).

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MSGE’s Green Zone Power Ratings in September 2023.

With a 0 out of 100 overall rating, this stock is about as bad as it gets. “High-Risk” stocks like these are slated to vastly underperform the broader market over the next 12 months.

Back in 2020, Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. was spun off from MSG’s sports assets. It operates the Theater at Madison Square Gardens, Radio City Music Hall, the Beacon Theater and a few other large halls across the U.S.

While seeing a show at one of these iconic venues is on my bucket list, investing in MSGE’s stock is not!

It rates a 1 on Momentum, Value AND Quality.

The stock price has fallen 42% over the last year. Investing in the broad S&P 500 would have netted you a 14% gain over the same time frame.

Looking closer at the Value factor, MSGE hasn’t actually registered any positive earnings, sales or cash flow, so its price-to metrics are nonexistent.

Its last quarterly statement revealed a -$0.47 earnings per share as well as a -$1.36 book value per share.

And finally, a deeper dive on Quality shows a similar story. The company has negative returns on assets, equity and investments along with no gross, net or operating margin.

That means it has no quality ratios of record.

Its last quarterly return on assets was -$6.65 with a net margin of -16.6%. Tack on an operating margin of -17.4% … thanks to -$25.7 million in operating income.

Let’s just say there’s a lot of red in MSGE’s balance sheet.

Overall this is just one of the worst stocks out there, based on Green Zone Power Ratings.

And it’s a clear indication of a stock that isn’t likely to show up as a buy in Adam’s upcoming Infinite Momentum Alert anytime soon…

If you want to find out why Adam believes this could be his “magnum opus,” and how he’s boiled down a complex algorithm into a simple stock trading strategy that involves 10 stock tickers and 10 minutes of trade management each month, click here.

Get ready for Tuesday! You don’t want to miss it…

Until next time,

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Chad Stone
Managing Editor, Money & Markets