Ronnie has a # 1 ranking versus more than 3,500 analysts for his 2008-2016 performance. That covers all of the more than 500 recommendations he issued since 2008 – all time-stamped by Bloomberg, Dow Jones and Yahoo! Finance. See two attached files – the screenshot compares Ronnie to 3,795 analysts and the Excel file compares Standpoint Research to more than 150 research firms.
Standpoint Research is now widely regarded as one of the top equity research firms. Ronnie has given more than fifty (50) television, newspaper, radio and magazine interviews in recent years. See bottom of Home page for links to three of his favorite interviews.
Ronnie has an MBA from City University of New York (Baruch) and has authored more than 1,000 research reports during his career. Click here to see a sample report (30 pages). He started Standpoint Research in 2004 after spending five years (1998-2003) developing his 155-variable computer model – click here. Ronnie was a sergeant in the Israeli army (1987-1990) and he has visited more than 50 countries on six continents. Mr. Moas has 1,500 cds in his music collection and has been to more than 200 concerts. He also runs a humanitarian/activist website www.philanthropyandphilosophy.com and a photography site www.moas-photo.com – Ronnie moved to Miami Beach from New York in 2010.
Standpoint Research provides independent equity research that is free from the conflicts of asset management, investment banking, proprietary trading, and fee-for-research arrangements. We provide thorough analysis, diagnostics and forecasts on domestic and international equities.
Ronnie spent several years developing a proprietary 155-variable valuation and diagnostics model to assist him in generating equity investment ideas. In addition to his quantitative model, Ronnie and his team also apply proven fundamental and subjective overlays in their research before issuing a recommendation.
I have known Ronnie for 18 years. His estimates of what would happen during several market cycle events turned out to be surprisingly accurate. Also impressive to me is Ronnie’s wide travel experience, so that his views about developing countries and the rest of world possibilities and opportunities are thus more important than those of others who are simply rehashing work they may have read and not based on their own observations, as Ronnie’s are. This larger and better informed view of the investment world make Ronnie’s service very valuable.