Jan Svenda


About Jan Svenda

Jan Svenda is an independent equity analyst focused on the U.S. Small / Micro-cap space where he searches for long ideas trading around Net Current Assets Value (NCAV) and for short ideas which showcase a significant potential for aggressive or manipulative accounting. Most of his research can be seen on his Seeking Alpha profile alongside a monthly performance of his ideas.

Impacts of Government Shutdowns

For some, it might still be a bizarre concept that the government can grind to a halt. However, the event, or at least discussion about [...]

By |April 3, 2018|Finance / Accounting, Political|0 Comments

Time-Savings via AlphaSense? Priceless.

The AlphaSense platform is routinely touted as an efficient way to perform equity and company research. Within that efficiency lies two factors: One is connected [...]

By |March 20, 2018|Economic Research, Finance / Accounting|0 Comments

Blockchain Technology – What Are The Expectations?

A great number of predictions are being made about blockchain, and how the technology behind Bitcoin will revolutionize the world. While the ever-growing cryptocurrency is [...]

By |February 6, 2018|Finance / Accounting|0 Comments
  • Trump and infrastructure - what do companies think?

Trump and Infrastructure – What Do Companies Think?

It has been 10 months since Donald Trump assumed the office of President of the United States. During that time, we have heard about healthcare, [...]

By |October 28, 2017|Finance / Accounting|0 Comments
  • Set search alerts in AlphaSense and automate your investment research process

Search Alerts – Simple, Yet Brilliant

As mentioned in my blog post on how to use reverse search, I believe that investors and analysts need to be aware of critical information [...]

By |September 1, 2017|Finance / Accounting|0 Comments
  • How to use reverse search for investment research

How to Use Reverse Search for Investment Research

When it comes to fundamental investment research, the 80 / 20 rule, or Pareto principle, regarding cause and effect might not be as applicable as [...]

By |June 26, 2017|Finance / Accounting|1 Comment