E ADRs Best & Worst Report - May 4, 2015

The top scoring ADRs from one year ago returned 13.90% in the past year, with no turnover. That outpaced the EFA by 10.76%. Since 2010, the best scoring ADRs have outpaced the EFA by an average 5.6% in the following year.

The average ADR score is 47.94, which is above the four week average score of 48.90, but below the eight week score of 49.29. The average ADR is trading -20.88% below its 52 week high, 3.73% above its 200 dma, has 3.29 days to cover held short, and is expected to post EPS growth of 8.28% next year.

The top scoring sector across ADRs is healthcare (MR, LUX, NVS, NVO, WX, FMS), followed by services (ICLR, CTRP, JOBS, UGP, FLY) and utilities (HNP, KEP). Consumer and basics score in line with the average universe score. Technology (NTES, TSM, DTEGY, CHU, DASTY, KYO), industrials (CYD, DNZOY), and financials (IX, CISG, LFC, APSA, HDB) score below average -- stock picking wins in those groups!

The best scoring zones are North America (ECA, BCE, TU) and Europe (ICLR, DTEGY, DASTY, ASMI, LUX, NVS, NVO, BASFY). North America, North Asia (NTES, CTRP, TSM, CHU, IX, KYO, NTT, JOBS), and Central & Eastern Europe (MTL, MYTAY) are the best regions. The top countries include Germany (DTEGY, BASFY, FMS, SAP, DDAIF), Ireland (ICLR, FLY), Japan (IX, KYO, NTT, CAJ), Italy (LUX, TI), and Canada (ECA, BCE).

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