Pat McKeough

A professional investment analyst for more than 25 years, Pat has developed a stock-selection technique that has proven reliable in both bull and bear markets. His proprietary ValuVesting System™ focuses on stocks that provide exceptional quality at relatively low prices. Many savvy investors and industry leaders consider it the most powerful stock-picking method ever created.

As early as 1980, Pat was recognized as #1 in the world of published investment advice by the Washington, DC–based Newsletter Publishers Association, and he was the first multi-year winner of The Globe and Mail’s stock picking contest.

Both CBS MarketWatch and The Hulbert Financial Digest recognize Pat as one of North America’s top stock analysts. The Wall Street Journal calls him “one of only four investment newsletter advisors who have managed to serve their readers well over the long haul.”

A best-selling Canadian author, he wrote Riding the Bull, his 1993 book that predicted the stock-market boom that happened later in the decade. Through his many television appearances, he is well-known to investors for his insightful analysis and his candid, unpretentious style.

Bottom line: Pat’s conservative, reduced-risk strategy is a proven approach to safe investing.

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Q: Pat, thank you for all the advice over the years. It has certainly been profitable! I have been hearing about a company called DNEG that is planning an IPO on the London Stock Exchange. I’m wondering what your thoughts are on the company and its prospects?

A: On November 15, 2019, film special effects firm DNEG postponed plans for an initial public offering (IPO) in London due to ongoing market uncertainty.

The company had received a strong level of interest from investors and will assess when to revive its IPO plans once… Read More

Q: Pat, I was wondering what TSI thinks of Lockheed Martin. As well, I read an interesting article on its development work on a compact fusion reactor design. With the current environmental concerns, the development of a small factory-built, zero-emission power source would have huge potential.

A: Lockheed Martin Corp., $383.79, symbol LMT on New York (Shares outstanding: 282.4 million; Market cap: $108.1 billion; www.lockheedmartin.com), is the world’s largest defense contractor. The company operates 375 facilities, employs 105,000 people, and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland.

Lockheed Martin is organized into four main… Read More