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Пример длинного заголовка в несколько строк Пример длинного заголовка в несколько строк

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Bull market, bear market, or trend-less market?

Bull market, bear market, or trend-less market? Regardless of what stage of the market cycle we're in, some folks never tire of searching for cheap stocks to buy.

And who doesn't love a bargain? After all, the lure of finding a stock that triples from $1 to $3 a share, or quintuples from $5 to $25, may prove irresistible.

Are there any unique problems or subtle challenges with this strategy of hunting cheap stocks to buy? Yes. Let's consider a few. Hundreds of stocks trade at a "low" price on both the Nasdaq and the NYSE. So, how can you pick the winners consistently?
Here's another problem: IBD research consistently finds that dozens, if not hundreds, of great stocks each year do not start out as penny shares. Most institutional money managers don't touch cheap stocks. Imagine a large-cap mutual fund trying to buy a meaningful stake in a stock that has been trading a dollar a share. If it has thin trading volume, the fund manager will have an awfully tough time accumulating shares without making a big impact on the stock price.

Solid, increasing institutional buying makes up the I in CAN SLIM, IBD's seven-factor paradigm of successful investing in growth stocks.

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Are there any unique problems or subtle challenges with this strategy of hunting cheap stocks to buy? Yes. Let's consider a few. Hundreds of stocks trade at a "low" price on both the Nasdaq and the NYSE. So, how can you pick the winners consistently?
Here's another problem: IBD research consistently finds that dozens, if not hundreds, of great stocks each year do not start out as penny shares. Most institutional money managers don't touch cheap stocks. Imagine a large-cap mutual fund trying to buy a meaningful stake in a stock that has been trading a dollar a share. If it has thin trading volume, the fund manager will have an awfully tough time accumulating shares without making a big impact on the stock price.

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A Strong Second Quarter

  1. Are there any unique problems or subtle challenges with this strategy of hunting cheap stocks to buy? Yes. Let's consider a few. Hundreds of stocks trade at a "low" price on both the Nasdaq and the NYSE. So, how can you pick the winners consistently?
  2. Here's another problem: IBD research consistently finds that dozens, if not hundreds, of great stocks each year do not start out as penny shares. Most institutional money managers don't touch cheap stocks. Imagine a large-cap mutual fund trying to buy a meaningful stake in a stock that has been trading a dollar a share. If it has thin trading volume, the fund manager will have an awfully tough time accumulating shares without making a big impact on the stock price.

A Strong Second Quarter

  • Are there any unique problems or subtle challenges with this strategy of hunting cheap stocks to buy? Yes. Let's consider a few. Hundreds of stocks trade at a "low" price on both the Nasdaq and the NYSE. So, how can you pick the winners consistently?
  • Here's another problem: IBD research consistently finds that dozens, if not hundreds, of great stocks each year do not start out as penny shares. Most institutional money managers don't touch cheap stocks. Imagine a large-cap mutual fund trying to buy a meaningful stake in a stock that has been trading a dollar a share. If it has thin trading volume, the fund manager will have an awfully tough time accumulating shares without making a big impact on the stock price.

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