Leading Off…How to buy stocks others want

Screen Shot 2014-05-05 at 9.13.38 PMTim Reazor
Chief Investment Strategist
NorAm Asset Management

I like to buy what I call “seller’s market” stocks.  This means that I like to identify stocks that are in high demand.   The “sellers market” comes from the real estate field.  If you have three homes for sale in your neighborhood and 20 buyers then you’re in a sellers market.   This is a dream scenario for all home sellers, but this doesn’t have to be a dream in the stock market.

 The theory behind buying stocks that are in high demand is simple… as demand rises so will price.  Everyday sellers market stocks appear.  You just have to know how to spot them before they make a major price advance.  You have to know how to set up the proper screens and train your eyes.   The type of stocks that I’m talking about contains a mix of accelerating fundamentals and technicals.  These stocks are also at or near their 52-week or all-time highs.

 I’ll be conducting a complementary workshop this Thursday June 26th at 7PM that will show you how to identify these stocks.  If you want to learn how please join me on Thursday evening at 7.   I’ll also be teaching you two specific strategies that will help you grow your account.

Seating is limited.  If you’d like to attend please click this link to RSVP –  http://noramassetmanagement.com/workshop/

Best Regards,

Tim

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