Moments like this are exactly why our founder, Joel Litman, built the Altimeter – his proprietary stock-picking system.
Joel has spent over 30 years in finance both on and off Wall Street, working at firms like Deloitte, Credit Suisse First Boston, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
He saw firsthand how Wall Street “experts” hoard their favorite moneymaking opportunities, making them seem too complex, expensive, and technical for regular people to understand… let alone profit from.
So he left it all behind and created the Altimeter… to give regular, everyday folks the edge Wall Street will never offer.
Instead of using traditional Wall Street analysis, Joel and his team start by deconstructing the data. They reassemble it using their own Uniform Adjusted Financial Reporting Standards (“UAFRS”) – or Uniform Accounting, for short. This process shows them the true picture of a company’s potential.
Then, they combine Uniform Accounting with deep forensic analysis to find mispriced companies poised for massive growth.
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, Joel used this method to recommend retailer Liz Claiborne for his institutional clients… before it shot up 878%.
He did the same with footwear company Skechers (SKX) before it soared 1,566%.
And in the early months of the pandemic, Joel recommended a little-known real estate stock called eXp World Holdings (EXPI)… right before it skyrocketed more than 800%.
Watch the video below to learn more about Joel Litman and his unconventional research methods.