I'm an analytical engineer working in the aerospace industry. For more than 20 years I was a mechanical stress analyst, using programs like ANSYS to predict stresses. My current assignment focuses on statistical analysis of material properties data to estimate the safe limits for critical jet engine components. I'm also a part-time professor, teaching statistics to engineering technology students. My stock analysis method uses seasonally adjusted predictions of future revenues and earnings. Using Ben Graham's value formula, I estimate the current fair price of a stock. I only buy stocks selling for less than 50% of this calculated fair value. I only consider companies who's revenues are so consistent that my regression models account for no less than 95% of the scatter in the data.