Improved Valuation Metrics
I am new to VectorVest. I don't know how good the valuation metrics are. I will find out. I have been using another rating service "New Constructs" for some time. I like the detail of their analysis. (see attached) I do notice that their valuation metrics often differ from VectorVest. For example, URI currently trades at 92.25 and has a VectorVest value of 162.83. However, according to New Constructs, this stock has a forward-looking value much less than its current price. See attached New Constructs report.
Here is the idea. Enter into an agreement with New Constructs to do a one year beta test (paper trading). Use their valuation metrics, in place of your own. Combine valuation with other indicators as you do now, to calculate the VST. Buy stocks with high adjusted VST, and and sell stocks (short) with low adjusted VST. Then just see what happens. If, at the end of the year, it turns out that New Constructs has better (more accurate) valuation metrics, then enter into some kind of agreement with them where the New Constructs metrics becomes your own, for all stocks.
Thanks for your consideration.