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Youíll find these stock symbols laid out for your convenience, on the RollingStock100 web site as well.
The few paragraphs below are from what I previously posted in the RollingStocks Thread of the E*Trade message board. I was asked a question about BAMB, but after typing it out, thought it might be something of interest to you as well. If youíve already seen it, please forgive my redundancy.
ďI can't, or perhaps to be more accurate I should say I won't, tell you when to buy or sell. That's something you can depict by analyzing any given stock by following a few basic steps.
To start with, many Traders use a 10% loss rule to assist them in regulating when to sell a stock that has gone wayward. After buying a stock, set a stop order to sell 10% under the price you paid. It's better to lose a small percentage than a large one. Yes, you do risk the possibility of a stock dropping enough to trigger your stop order, only to bounce up to where you wanted it to go to start with. There's no perfect system, if there were we'd all be spending a great of time deciding what direction to sail our yachts in.
Other than running quotes and charts on your stocks, two more informative means of assessing a company's situation are to look at how your symbol is faring on the larger message boards and of course by what's being published in news releases.
When it comes to news there's an over abundance of sources to choose from. So much so, that I'm surprised they can all stay in business. What works well for me is popping stock symbols into the stockselector.com web site, from where they email me with any news they uncover as it comes in.
The message boards are frequently over flowing with information on specific stocks; but don't hit just one, go to at least two or three. What the users of The Raging Bull messages boards don't show an interest in, may at Yahoo!, have immense discussions on and vice versa.
Be very wary of any and all postings you read on message boards! Some Traders have the notion that by postings stories about how great a stock is doing, that others, upon reading the info, will run right out and buy into the stock, thus pushing its price up. This is bad business... very bad. Most persons who post anything of reliable substance will also state the source they received the information from. If they don't post itÖ ask, they will likely try to accommodate you.
I hope you find these tidbits of advice of some use.Ē
As Iíve mentioned on past occasions, Iím an avid user of the QuoteTracker. However, lately the news doesnít seem to be seeping through as well as it used to. So, itís use as been discontinued by me, not the general public, and Iíve started putting all 78 of our Rollers in the StockSelector.com service. Throughout the day a folder thatís been specially setup, in my email program, is pumped full of various news articles as they are released.
Collecting news releases in a specific email folder, for the week, is proving to be a well-structured tool for acquiring and sifting through the many news alerts sent to my address. If you agree, try it yourself, youíll be surprised how well it works. All you have to do to get started is to click over to StockSelector.com, register (itís free of course,) and start up a list the stocks youíre interested in, in a personal portfolio they provide for you. Then take them up on their offer to have the news, and whatever other daily information they offer, sent to your email address. After that, go to your email provider, under folders, and create a folder for all the email from StockSelector.com to go into all nice and neat. Also with this setup, youíll receive a daily print out of your portfolio, showing how each of your stocks did in the market for that day.
Between Monday night and Saturday morning, 179 news alerts and portfolios updates, from StockSelector.com, showed up in my email box. Since the update is only sent out on a weekly basis now, I not including the news highlights. Iíve found that by the time the news I highlight hits you, itís out dated.
If you'd like to view the past Weekly Bulletins, there are a variety of places to go. Take you're pick! You'll find they're easily accessible for your viewing at Delphi Forums, RS100's Premium Board, Yahoo! Clubs, MSN Clubs, The Motley Fool, Lycos Clubs, and The Raging Bull.
I know what your thinking... What idiot?! Would have seven different message boards for their web site and post the identical information on each!? Well the answer is simple...LLH that's who :-0) If you've read this far you're probably expecting to stumble upon my reasoning for this about now? So here it is: each of my message boards are located in popular "communities" catering primarily to the financially minded web surfer. When one of these investing voyagers of the net drift onto one of the RollingStock100 message boards, the inclination is to click over and check out the web site that's sponsoring it...namely this one, RollingStock100.com! It's just a method of attracting future members by giving them a trail of bread crumbs to follow.
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