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Easily Finding A Good Stock


There is a tremendous amount of software,complicated high priced newsletters, radio andTV stock pickers and Internet web sites thatwill help you find a stock that is going to makeyou rich.

The problem is you don't know if this is talkor are these gurus putting their own money wheretheir mouth is. Until I know for sure this"expert" has his own cash on the line I don'twant to buy it. If he doesn't have confidence inhis own picks than why should I put my money atrisk?

Wall Street wants you to do research. Find outeverything you can about a company before youbuy their shares. Your broker will send you tonsof information on full color click paper, pinksheets, blue sheets, yellow sheets and more.Morningstar will be very happy to sell you acomplete report.

One important fact is that if you and everyoneelse can have this information then it can't beworthwhile because once a bit of news is knownit is immediately factored into the price of thestock. That is why research is worthless. Whatyou want to know is if you buy it will it go up.Obviously there are no guarantees.

Furthermore, do you have the time to pour overhundreds of pages of scores of companies to findone that will go up? If you follow those "hotstock" tipsters that send email every day youare sure to lose your money. Surely someoneshould know something, but how do you find thatperson. Here is the secret.

On the Internet you can find many sites thatrate mutual funds by performance. Performancemeans those that are making more money duringthe last one month or 3 months than all theothers.

Be careful of those who advertise the "Top 25Mutual Funds". It may not mean by performance.It might be those that have the most assets andthat doesn't mean squat. Size is not a criteriaof quality.

There is one advisory service that will sellyou a monthly list of best performing mutualfunds and has them listed by 1, 3, 6 and 12month performance. It is NoLoad FundX. A freesubscription can be had to Successful Investingthat tracks the best funds weekly athttp://www.successful-investment.com/StatSheet/SS012005.htmon the Internet.

Now that you have found the best performingfunds you can easily see what stocks they havein their portfolio either by requesting aprospectus or by checking online at Market Watchweb sitehttp://www2.marketwatch.com/tools/quotes/intchart.asp?seiteid=mktw.

Type in the symbol for the best performing fundand you will be able to locate the stocks theyown. Looking through their top picks you willsoon be able to find a few stocks that aregoing up now. Do this with several funds and youwill have good equities from which to choose.

What you have done is pick the brain of themanager of the currently best performing fund tofind stocks on which he has done all theresearch.

Here is a free method of easily finding good stocks.

Al Thomas' best selling book, "If It Doesn't GoUp, Don't Buy It!" has helped thousands ofpeople make money and keep their profits with hissimple 2-step method. Read the first chapter andreceive his market letter at http://www.mutualfundmagic.comand discover why he's the man that Wall Streetdoes not want you to know. Copyright 2005


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