The items I look for in a stock are(in order):1)Earnings2)Sales/shares outstanding3)Sales Growth4)Cash on hand5)Shares outstanding6)Little or no debt7)Mangement ownership8)Mangement experience and committmentNow I could go through every one of those items and tell why MAXF meets or exceeds my requirements but I won't. Its just too obvious.JoeII
How will this all stand up in the face of rising interest rates?
If interest rates go up, bond rates go up. The higher the bond rates the more attractive bonds become."Securities ProductsProducts brokered by the Company (MAXF) in this category primarily consist of a variety of debt obligations issued by governments, government agencies, banks and corporations. " Maybe they broker bonds! Therefore MAXF would benefit from higher interest rates