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What's the best way to find a short list of stocks that are likely to climb in the next month?

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November 28, 2016

Hire a broker or subscribe to a broker website. I would be cautious to use a website over a broker in person.

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November 29, 2016

That's how I lost over $100,000 16 years ago. In fact, it was in Massachusetts near you. I'm in the Mountains now, just want to make enough to support a hobby farm.

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November 29, 2016

Hi Anonymously,

It’s relatively easy to find a short list of stocks that are likely to climb in the next month. Only a crystal ball can tell you in advance which ones will actually do it.

Perhaps a better question is: when to buy and sell those stocks and get a great ROI (Return On Investment)?

For this you should seek a Fiduciary that understands Investment Management and can forgo their fees until your required ROI is achieved. Contact us directly to discuss this in greater detail. No obligation.

It’s not what you make; It’s what you keep that determines your lifestyle.

Robert Shoff
Financial Adviser in Marshfield, MA | 11.29.16 @ 14:41

I agree...nothing is a sure thing! I wouldn't invest in something you don't understand either. Make sure you read the prospectus and do your due diligence. If you are looking to day trade I would be very careful. Timing the market is a gamble. Make sure you consider your investment objective and time horizon when narrowing down your investment options. If you buy stock and it drops it's a waiting game. If you buy stock and it goes up it's a "procrastination to sell or not" game until the stock drops again. Do your research on your stocks of interest. If you think there is an opportunity for growth pull the trigger. Leave your emotions at the door. Establish a buy point and a sell point. Don't get greedy. It's easier to make multiple small returns than one big one. Also remember to diversify into multiple stocks. It will spread your risk and if a few don't work out you have the others to offset the loss. Remember you don't lose or make anything until you sell!

Dave Bradley
Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC | 11.29.16 @ 22:54

Most of one's gains/losses are made not from buying/selling but from what happens in-between. Price is just what you pay. Value is what you get. Hope this helps.


Stephen | 11.30.16 @ 02:05

I would NEVER pay a broker to play with my money again. 2 years ago Fidelity sent out there top 5 fund picks. I chose their FBIOX and it went up 45% that year.

Dave Bradley
Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC | 11.30.16 @ 02:34

FBIOX is a mutual fund and did quite well in 2014-2015. YTD 2016 it has lost those gains. There are some great ETF alternatives with lower fees and offering greater control of preserving your $$ as well as getting a great ROI. Always do your own homework and challenge whomever is investing your $$. Here is a great money tips article:

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