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Sabrient Systems, LLC is an independent firm specializing in fundamentals-based, quantitative equity research. Sabrient's proprietary methodology, developed by industry pioneer David Brown, quantifies a company's fundamentals, such as P/E ratio, historical earnings, earnings growth, consensus analysts' EPS estimates, balance sheets items, and insider trading, as well as momentum and group strength factors.
Using these quantified fundamentals, Sabrient employs multifactor filters and sophisticated algorithms to analyze almost 6,000 U.S.-traded stocks weekly and identify which stock characteristics are most predictive in the prevailing market. The system then ranks the stocks according to how well they reflect those characteristics but are not yet fully rewarded. Then a Sabrient rating of Strong Buy, Buy, Hold, Sell, and Strong Sell is given to each stock.
David is the founder, director and chief market strategist for Sabrient. A lifelong investor, David designed and developed the critically acclaimed stock search program, ProSearch, and the market timing indicator, the Brown Breakout Ratio (BBR).
He was named Stock Traders Almanac's Man of the Year for 1988 for "[showing] the average investor how to spot the stocks that the hottest money managers are buying." He has edited several market letters, including the Undervalued Growth Report, a real-money portfolio which he published for 10 years with a record of nearly 20% compounded annual returns and no loss years.
He has documented his investing expertise in four books on investing, including About Stock Market Strategies (McGraw-Hill, June 2002) and Cyber-Investing: Cracking Wall Street with your Personal Computer(John Wiley & Sons, 1994, 1997). The latter was named Book of the Year in 1997 by PBS's Inside Money. He has taught finance and security analysis courses at the University of Houston.
A former CEO of two public companies, David has served on the boards of several banks and organizations, including the Advisory Board of the Southwest Council of Public CEOs. In 1985 he served as Chairman of the U.S. Science and Technology Commission.
He holds an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Houston and a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the Author's Guild.