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Mark Crisp http://www.stressfreetrading.com There are many ways to profit from trading on the stock market. Many people believe that they need to trade a large quantity of stocks in order to make good returns as the stocks rise and fall. But looking for the next fast moving stock is not only a way to make a profit and it can also be a way to lose money quickly as well. If you get it right then you can make a lot of money fast on the stock market, but if you get it wrong then you can lose it all as fast. But if you do not have the knowledge of the stock market that you need to constantly ascertain which stocks will make you a fast profit, or if you just want a more reliable and less frantic way of making a steady profit, then there are ways to do that also. But if you are going for a more "passive" form of income then you need to make sure, both that you set it up right and that you monitor it well so that you do not just leave it to work and then find out later that it has not been as profitable as you hoped, or even that it has been losing money. So even with a "passive" investment, it is important that you do not just assume that it well carry on doing well whether you work at it or not. If you are going to try to create a more passive income using the stock market without all of the trading, then you need to make sure that you buy good under priced stocks to begin with. There is no point in buying stocks that are good, but are priced as such, as the
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amount of income that you make is just not enough. It is well worth taking the time and doing your research to buy the right stocks at the right prices so that you will make a good profit. The stocks need to be from a good solid company, but they also need to be at a lower price than you would usually expect to pay. This raises another question. Why are they priced so low? Do not be tempted to buy because the stock is under priced without first finding out why. If you do not follow this basic step then you might lose a lot of money on what seemed like a good deal. But if you do your research well then you should be able to find some good "downbeat stocks" that will make a good profit for you without the need for a lot of trading and profit taking.
When you are doing your research you should first use the industries tab. This will allow you to sort through them to find out which are going to do well for you. If you sort them by using the "RT" then you should be able to get a better view of what is going to work well. You need to find the ones that have the lowest "RT" rating as these are likely to be the most downbeat stocks that will give you the best opportunity for a good profit. There are two separate criteria that you need to look for to make sure that they have potential. But you need to make sure that they have both of these elements and not just one or the other to know that it is a good stock. You need to make sure that the industry has a cumulative PE of 8 or less. You also need to make sure that the
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industry has a price to sales ratio of less than 1. When you find a stock with these two characteristics then you need to also make sure the industry also has the lowest "RT" on that day. Do not ignore these conditions as they are very important to making sure that the stock you are buying is going to make you a good profit. You will not find these conditions very often so when you do, you will need to buy a considerable amount of stock to make it worth your while, very often from 100,000 to 500,000 is a good idea. As you will find stocks like this only 10 or 25 times a year it is important to buy them when you do find them. Then you will discover that there are good longer profits over a year or more. This may give you a win percentage of over 94% and massive returns. Very simply put, when you find them make sure that you buy the stock that has the highest relative value with lowest PE. This will give you the right information on which to base your buying. You also need to do some research on the stock to make sure that it is a good buy. www.form4oracle.com is a very good place to look at the recent activity on the stock and this will help you to get a better view of what is going on with the trading. It is only after you have done all of the research and made sure that all of the conditions are right that you should buy. If you do this then you will make sure that you have the best chance of making a good profit. This may give you up to 1 to 3 years returns in the triple digits consistently and this can give you a very nice income indeed. Mark Crisp http://www.stressfreetrading.com
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