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We are vulnerable to all kinds of security threats and hundreds of companies are engaged in the effort to enhance our security. Each month we update our database for 350+ security stocks in the following security market segments:  BioDefense, Environmental Security, Fraud Prevention, Military Defense, Network Security and Physical Security. Our Investment Guide To Security Stocks © also includes The SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Performance. For more information on more security stocks than you'll find anywhere else order our Investment Guide To Security Stock now. DOES YOUR PORTFOLIO NEED SECURITY? Read the FAQ >>>


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FAQ’s

About the Investment Guide To Security Stocks©
What is the philosophy behind the Investment Guide To Security Stocks©?
How will the Investment Guide To Security Stocks© help you?
What types of security companies are included?
What you will receive when you order?
How to order
About the SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index
How has the SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index been performing?
What Is a Stock Market Index?
SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Equal-Dollar Weight Index: Structure and Methodology
SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Monthly Chart and Commentary Archive
Who Buys Our Investment Guide To Security Stocks©?
A Final Word

About the Investment Guide To Security Stocks©

Want to invest in security stocks?

Want to increase the percentage of security stocks in your portfolio?

The Investment Guide to Security Stocks © is the investment tool you need.

We are vulnerable to all kinds of security threats and attacks and hundreds of companies are engaged in the effort to enhance our security.

Each month we update our database for more than 350 security stocks in the following security market segments: BioDefense, Environmental Security, Fraud Prevention, Military Defense, Network Security and Physical Security. Our Investment Guide To Security Stocks © also includes The SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Performance.

For more information on more security stocks than you'll find anywhere else order our Investment Guide To Security Stocks © now.

Join the ranks of thousands of private investors, money managers, stock analysts, financial advisors, government agency personnel, and industry executives who have benefited from this timely and useful report.

Security spending worldwide is sharply on the rise. Are there opportunities in security stocks? 
At SecurityStockWatch.com -
WE THINK SO!
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What is the philosophy behind the Investment Guide To Security Stocks© ?

Every Portfolio Needs Security! But which companies may represent the best long-term investments?

At SecurityStockWatch.com we have a fundamental approach to investing in security companies. We believe that higher profits usually lead to higher stock prices and better performing long term investments. Our Investment Guide To Security Stocks©  is a practical application of this fundamental principle.

Our report will provide you with the earnings data you need to help you find the most profitable security companies.
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How will the Investment Guide To SecurityStocks© help you?

- See which companies are making money! Lot’s of companies are good at making headlines… but which companies are actually making money!

- See which security companies are paying dividends!

- Are the company’s insiders buying or selling!

Many analysts believe that this one indicator alone is the most powerful tool you can use to determine whether or not to get in to a stock. See if the company’s officers, directors, and largest shareholders are accumulating or selling shares of the company. Our Investment Guide to Security Stocks© will lead you to the insider activity you need for each company.

- What are the analysts saying?

Have they upgraded or downgraded the company? Our Investment Guide to Security Stocks© will lead you to who is recommending “Buy” , “Hold” or “Sell”

- Find “undiscovered” companies!

One goal of our Investment Guide to Security Stocks © is to bring “undiscovered” ground-floor opportunities to your attention. True, they may be riskier than larger more established companies but they may also deliver much higher returns.  Check out the “market capitalization” data in our report to see which companies may be overvalued, undervalued or “undiscovered”.

- Discover foreign security companies and diversify your portfolio.

The security industry is global and many security companies have built significant businesses in every region of the world.

- SEC Filings!

There is no substitute for reading what the company has told the Securities and Exchange Commission in their regulatory filings. Our Investment Guide to Security Stocks© will lead you to the SEC filings for each company.
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What you will receive when you order?

When you purchase the Investment Guide To Security Stocks © you will receive your download usually within just a few seconds. The actual speed will depend on the speed of your internet connection.

We recommend that you save the Investment Guide immediately on your computer in a file that you can easily remember and find so that you will have access to it at any time. You may, of course, also print the Investment Guide To Security Stocks © for your personal use.

The report you will receive is in the form of an Excel spreadsheet and includes:
 

-       Financial data on all 100 companies included in the SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index. This 100 Index is further broken down into 6 security categories:  BioDefense, Environmental Security, Fraud Prevention, Military Defense, Network Security and Physical Security.

 

-       Financial data on 250+ other security companies from large cap to micro cap.

For each company you’ll receive:

  • Month end closing price and 52-week Range
  • Market capitalization
  • Book value
  • Earnings per share (EPS)
  • Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA)
  • Price-earnings ratio (P/E)
  • Price-book ratio (P/B)
  • Price-sales ratio (P/S)
  • Dividends per share and Dividend Yield
  • Average Volume…..and much, much more.

The Investment Guide To Security Stocks© is inter-active!

The stock symbol for each company is hyperlinked.  By clicking on any of the hyperlinked stock symbols, you will be able to access more detailed financial data about the selected company such as: Current Stock Quotes, Contact Information (Address, Phone number, Fax number, Website URL), Officers, Historical Prices, Chart, Latest News Headlines, Company Profile, Major Holders, Income Statements, Balance Sheets and Cash Flow Statements, and much more.
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What types of security companies are included?

The security industry has become very broad due to the diverse nature of threats we now face.

We are vulnerable to all kinds of attacks and hundreds of companies are engaged in the effort to increase homeland security.

SecurityStockWatch.com has established six (6) categories of security companies for easy reference and to enable "apples to apples" comparisons of companies within the same category. The categories are:

 

Here is an overview of the 6 categories and the companies which are included in each category.

BioDefense Group
We are vulnerable to numerous biological threats, including anthrax, Ebola, smallpox, nerve gas, and bubonic plague attacks, among others. Threats from new diseases and viruses such as Monkey pox, Mad Cow, SARS and West Nile are emerging rapidly. The companies selected for our BioDefense Watchlist are beneficiaries of increased spending to guard against these threats and disease management.


Environmental Security Group
Our air, water, food supply chains, and utility grids are vulnerable to numerous threats from terrorist groups, criminal activity, pollution, hazardous waste mis-management, and power blackouts. The costs of protecting our environmental life-sustaining systems are enormous. But which companies are benefiting? The companies selected for our Environmental Security Watchlist are engaged in air, water and food safety, alternative energy and fuels, chemical attack detection & monitoring, nuclear and radiological detection & monitoring, and waste management.

Identity Theft
Even before 911 - identity theft, stolen credit card numbers, and forged documents were emerging as major problems in e-commerce and in our society. In the post 911 environment, companies which offer services and/or products which help in preventing fraud, and authenticating identities are on the front lines. The companies selected for our Fraud Prevention Watchlist are engaged in the following businesses: biometrics (fingerprints, facial recognition, palm, retina, signature, voice), smart cards, digital identities, data mining, tamper proof documents, financial transaction processing, background checks, HIPPA Compliance, privacy protection, public key infrastructure, and security printing.


Military Defense Group
The war on terror, in Afghanistan, in Iraq, and in other areas has resulted in major spending by the military for offensive weapons, defense systems, equipment, communications, surveillance, protective armor and materials. The companies in our Military Defense Watchlist are major beneficiaries of this spending.


Network Security Group
The world is connected by networks and these networks are vulnerable to attack from organized terror groups, criminal activity and hackavists. Each part of the network requires its own security protection. Blaster worms, cyber terrorism, computer viruses, and e-mail spam have opened the door to huge business opportunities to those companies offering solutions in cyber security, firewalls, back-up storage and services, and security oriented software and hardware devices.

Physical Security Group
Terrorism is on our shores now as we face suicide bombers, Oklahoma type "attacks", and crime in the workplace. Businesses, schools, and personal residences require protection as never before. The companies included in our Physical Security Watchlist provide solutions in the following fast growing security business segments:
- Airport security
- Alarm equipment, services
- Armored cars
- Asset protection
- Bar codes
- Bomb detection
- Border control
- Criminal databases
- Digital camera and video surveillance
- Emergency communications
- Emergency response materials, personnel
- Emergency vehicles
- Employment screening
- Firearms
- Fire prevention, protection
- Investigation
- Locks
- Private corrections
- Protective clothing supplies
- Security guards
- Security products and services
- Surveillance
- Time and attendance monitoring
- Vehicle identification
- X-Ray cargo surveillance.
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About the SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index

The Security Industry has emerged as an important segment of the stock market, reflecting the growing prominence of the security sector in world markets.  

The SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index is the only market index dedicated to the broad security industry. When we set out to create an index to monitor how stocks that make it their business to deal with current security issues, we faced a number of issues:

• Could we create an index that would be broad enough to avoid major swings on the dramatic movements of only a few stocks?

• How large a universe and what kinds of security concerns should we address?

• What kind of calculation method would we use to avoid a few large-cap stocks from dominating the index? 

For calculating the Index, we selected an Equal-Dollar Weighted method as the best method available for the relatively small size of our Index. The Capitalization-Weighted method is applied to the broad indexes of today (S&P 500, NASDAQ, and various Russell 000’s), whereby every stock movement only impacts the index by its market capitalization relative to the entire index is ideal, since no one, or two, or even three big stocks can really distort the average by much. The Equal-Dollar Weighted method gives SecurityStockWatch.com the ability to give effect to the relative sizes of stock prices, while avoiding the tyranny of a few large-market cap companies causing major fluctuations by running counter to the trend of the group. 
 
Our method sets a market value for each company at the same amount. We use $10,000 for each company, which yields a $1 million total market value for the Index. Each company is then assigned the number of shares that gives it a $10,000 market value and the calculating begins with assigning the index a starting value of 100, and adjusting it by the impact of closing prices each month. The SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index commenced with a value of 100 on December 31, 2002. 
 
To keep the Index from getting out of equilibrium, it is rebalanced quarterly on the third Friday of the quarter-ending month, which coincides with the triple witching of index futures, index options and stock options. 
 
We settled on 100 as the minimum number of stocks that would give us the breadth we wanted.
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How has the SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index been performing?

This model portfolio has dramatically outperformed the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq since 2002. Click here for the archive monthly performance charts.

What Is a Stock Market Index?


SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Equal-Dollar Weight Index: Structure and Methodology

SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Calculation Algorithms

SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Adjustments

SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index Monthly Chart and Commentary Archive
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Who Buys Our Investment Guide To Security Stocks © ?

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Corporate investors
Exchange traded funds
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Fund managers
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Insurance companies
Investment advisors
Investment bankers
Money managers
Mutual fund families
Pension funds
Private investors
Sell side institutions
Specialists
Stock analysts
Stockbrokers
Traders
Venture capitalists
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A Final Word

Security spending worldwide is sharply on the rise.
Mr. Ed Johnson, CPA, and our Senior VP of Research said, "It is not surprising that a large majority of these companies are doing well. We are vulnerable to all sorts of attacks from organized groups and individuals: bio-terrorism, environmental terrorism, cyber-terrorism, "Oklahoma" type explosions, and criminal acts. Spending is on the rise sharply worldwide to safeguard against these threats and the 100 companies profiled in our SecurityStockWatch.com 100 Index are in the best position to safeguard human assets, financial assets and our public infrastructures.

911 Changed Everything. We live in a new world chaos that requires we protect every aspect of everyday life as never before: our environment, our borders, our businesses, and, of course, our personal well-being and that of our families. The costs are enormous. Worldwide spending for security continues at an unprecedented rapid pace."


The best is yet to come for security stocks and now is the time to get in on the ground floor and invest in tomorrow’s growth stocks, tomorrow’s security products and services that will become household names.

Will the next Microsoft come from the security stock sector….at SecurityStockWatch.com we think so!
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