As part of its "Fresh Ideas for Small, Mid & Large Cap Investors" report, Credit Suisse has compiled a list of "lowly owned" stocks with market caps of over $5 billion that it considers best in class and/or rates outperform.

Stocks included on the Swiss firm's list have been "lowly owned -- but not completely un-owned -- by actively managed, long only, U.S. focused funds," the July 14 report said. The stocks either fall under Credit Suisse's favorable HOLT investment style of high-quality stocks with strong momentum and cheap valuation or are rated outperform by Credit Suisse.

From the firm's list of 15 financial services stocks, Kamich culled the names down to just six that had the best combination of a promising chart picture and bullish technical indicators. Making the cut were Raymond James Financial (RJF) - Get Report , Arthur J Gallagher (AJG) - Get Report , Boston Properties (BXP) - Get Report , Federal Realty Investment Trust (FRT) - Get Report , General Growth Properties (GGP)  and Prologis (PLD) - Get Report .

So should you buy these stocks? Check out what Kamich found.