Friday, October 14, 2022

3QTR22 UO Matrix via Applied Indexation


In advance: 3QTR22 <U/O> Matrix via Applied Indexation is currently available in multi-sheet format illustrating structured ecosystem composition and supply chain verticals within publicly traded Clean Energy Subindustry Benchmark ETF - PBW.

>> PBW total return: 3Q22 6.2%, YTD 2022 -35.9%; performance dispersion 193.5%/-88.8% (101322).

>> SPX 12-month Fwd PE=15.8/3Q22 v. 17.5/2Q22, 19.0/1Q22, 21.1/4Q21 (FactSet); CAPE 27.5 from 31.1/34.6/38.5, mean 17.0 (Shiller).

>> PBW Fwd adj. PE=31.9 Beta=1.5 versus 30.4/1.5, 34.4/1.4 and 34.4/1.4 sequentially (40.0 max.; N/A totals 56.6% based on portfolio weight and 59.8% of count, 10.4% on market capitalization; Large-cap 20.3%, Mid-cap 43.8%, Small-cap 35.9%).

<U/O> Matrix via Applied Indexation segments include Wind, Solar, Fuel Cells, Smart Grid, Water, LED, Biofuel, Automotive, Natural Gas, Storage and Aviation plus further classifications detailing component member assignments based on corporate business segment operations (12 segments, 61 classifications, 267 single and multi-listed component members; n=82).

<U/O> Applied Indexation methodology introduces the concept of business segment operations as a means to highlight the modularity of corporate profiles, producing deeper comparables by deconstructing company revenue lines then linking resultant business segment operations across asset classes and capitalization within a designated composite benchmark portfolio in order to improve peer group analytics and valuation; reference <U/O> Matrix - Establishing Predictive Value: Applied Indexation, Hierarchical Data Sets and Competitive Market Information slideshow tutorial (

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At Venn’s intersection, sets and subsets of competing interests endure. The dynamic principles of BSOs are three-fold: 1) multinational and Large-cap companies function as benchmark sector/industry/subindustry proxies based on scale (Alpha-Beta), 2) Small- and Mid-cap companies participate as competitive peers (Alpha) and, hence, acquisition candidates and 3) among subsets of 1) and 2) are companies provisioning multiple economic sectors, asset classes and geographies. Successful trading strategies (conventional, systematic, factor-based) and adaptive investable motifs (niche, thematic, megatrend) isolate Value in Growth, and Growth in Value, by aligning the prospective Alpha drivers directly associated with ecosystem composition and supply chain verticals.

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