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Archive for January, 2009

Stock Screen and Market Expert Picks – 2009-01-23

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

New picks are generated based on the Stock Market Strategies every two to six weeks, and are tracked to create the scores which are also posted on a regular basis. No new screens or experts were added this period. Click continue reading to view each of the individual stocks which will be tracked for this […]

The best market experts and stock screens 2009-01-23

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

Updated scores for the market experts and screens have been calculated for January 2009. The bulleted list below contains investment strategies which I do not currently calculate scores for. These will be calculated once they have five screens reach the 10-week maturity mark. This will help to limit large fluctuations in the scores and prevent […]

Righteous Rockets investment strategy defined

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

I have created a page for the Righteous Rockets investment strategy. I began collecting and tracking these picks a while back, and once they have time to mature they will begin appearing in the rankings. This isn’t a widely known strategy, so it will be interesting to see how it performs compared to the more […]

Circuit City Starts Going-Out-of-Business Sales at U.S. Stores

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Not long ago we published an article titled “Best Buy profiting as Circuit City falls: Barron’s”. Today we are following up with the news that Circuit City has begun its “Going out of Business Sales” at its US Stores. After reading the article at Bloomberg about the start of the sale, there are a couple […]

The Worst Is Yet To Come: “sharp rallies off the lows – followed by sharp declines right back down”

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

It hasn’t been long since 2009 started and predictions for the year are well underway and all over the place. Just last month, the New York Times published an article titled “The Worst Is Yet To Come: Anonymous Banker Weighs In On The Coming Credit Card Debacle,” which has not been the end of articles […]