Wednesday, May 09, 2012

What Makes A Stock Big?

Have you ever wondered what makes a stock, truly "big"?

 Technical analysts look for specific chart patterns when they make their "investment".

 Fundamental analysts use ratios (debt/equity, earnings per share) to determine if a stock is undervalued or overvalued.

 Up until now, these two methods have been the 2 most commonly used tools.

 What makes a stock Big?

 A Big Stock has to have a competitive advantage in a major investing wave. It's that simple.

 A company must have some kind of monopoly or a way to corner a market.

 That isn't found in a balance sheet, earnings statement or its stock chart. It is found by specific keywords and phrases that characterize this condition.

 Having a competitive advantage is EXACTLY what made most of Wall Street's biggest winners. Technicians look for double bottoms, or pennants.

 Through 20 years of investing I have compiled a list of specific keywords and key phrases that have helped me identify some of the biggest winning stocks on Wall Street. And I spotted them long before Investor's Business Daily and momentum investors pushed them to dizzy heights.

 Knowing WHAT to look for is key.

 Some of the keywords and why I use them, are outlined in the book How To Find Big Stocks.

 The tool that turned $10,000 into $2,800,000 in 2 years.

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