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"How To Pick 5 Stock Market
Winners In 5 Minutes!"
You’ve heard the adage: a picture’s worth
a thousand words. Well… when it comes to risking your money, a picture can be worth thousands of dollars!
So, how big a picture are you looking at?
As big a picture as you can imagine.
Think about the impact of current events. For example, consider what you’ve heard in the news… dwindling oil supplies, economies in recession, countries in conflict and global climate change, to name a few.
Each one of these themes affects the market on a daily basis… translating into countless money-making opportunities.
But… where do you begin?
With so many companies to choose from, the daunting task of selecting the “right” stock almost seems impossible.
Don’t be discouraged! There are plenty of trading opportunities… and, you’ll find them with confidence.
The selection process takes into account the technical and fundamental strength of each stock.
The Technical Screen
First, you must determine which stock sectors are leading the broad market. The good news is this can be accomplished in a purely objective manner.
ClearStation is a comprehensive technical screening tool which allows you to sort stocks by sectors and industries.
Click on the following link to start the selection process...
Begin by clicking on the Tag & Bag link in the upper left corner...
Next, click on the Sectors link...
Now, sort the sectors by RS Rank...
Click on the first sector and sort the industry by RS Rank...
Finally, click on the industry link, revealing a list of stocks...
Choose stocks which have an RS Rating greater than 90.
Now, go back to the sector list and select the second-ranked sector... drilling-down to the next list of stocks. Add the strongest stocks to your list.
Continue the process until you have a list of ten stocks. Select no more than two stocks from any one industry. You want to keep your list diversified.
Next, you'll want to run your list of stocks through a fundamental filter.
The Fundamental Filter
Portfolio Grader is a fundamental stock filtering tool.
First introduced in Louis Navellier's book, The Little Book That Makes You Rich, Portfolio Grader provides lists of stocks based on key fundamentals discussed in the book.
Click on the following link to get started...
Add your list of stocks to the tool and click on SUBMIT...
Now, sort the list by Total Grade...
Now, you'll want to track the trends of your stocks.
The Trend Analysis Tool
MarketClub has a free trend analysis tool which utilizes their Trade Triangle technology. The tool will track your portfolio of stocks, providing periodic updates and alerts.
Click on the following link to start analyzing your portfolio...
Fill-out the form: including the stock ticker symbol, your name and e-mail address. Click on Analyze...
After you receive your free Trend Analysis report, click-on the Edit Your Symbol List option in the upper-left corner of the e-mail to add more stock ticker symbols to the report...
Take time to aquaint yourself with each stock screening, filtering and tracking tool.
With a little practice, you'll be able to compile a strong list of stocks... in under 5 minutes!
Bonus ReportThe PerfChart
a visual comparison of different market entities, allows you to quickly and easily determine which stock or index is out-performing the other.
For example, the performance of a stock is charted relative to its own past performance, or to the performance of other stocks and indicies.
You can create a PerfChart be heading over to StockCharts.com and selecting the Start to Chart! option on the upper right-hand side of the page.
Click the following link to start your PerfChart...
Click on Type of chart, then select PerfChart. Under Symbol, add up to nine ticker symbols plus $SPX, the symbol for the S&P 500. Click on Go!
Set the time bar to 251-days which is the approximate number of trading days in a year.
Click on the S&P 500 button in the upper left-hand corner of the chart, making each stock's performance relative to the S&P 500 index.
In this example, you can see there is a clear front-runner!
Stock Sector Relative Strength
The following table shows the strong and weak stock sectors for the given time period.
The S&P 500 is used as the benchmark index compared to the relative strength of 39 Fidelity Select Sector funds.
"Three Reasons You're Not Buying!"S&P 500, (SPX), MONTHLY/WEEKLY/DAILY
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