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My Bullish Stocks Watch-List for 4.16.2019 💵💵💯

When to use a Watch-list: An investor, for example, may be interested in purchasing stocks in a particular sector. But if that sector is generally overvalued, it may offer few stocks that are attractively priced. An investor could create a list of all the stocks in that sector that would track various valuation measures, including ratios such as trailing price-to-earnings, price-to-sales, price-to-book, among others. When a company on the list met a specified valuation criterion, such as a PE ratio less than 15, he or she would then know that this stock was a possible candidate for investment. Many investment-oriented websites allow visitors to create watch-lists online.


Ticker Symbols: $ADSW $CTLT $QIWI $MDSO POTRF $BLKCF
  




For Each of the above Watch-List, you may click on the link if using Think or Swim and directly load them to your account.


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Your watch list isn’t necessarily a list of stocks you have already purchased; rather, its purpose is to get a good “feel” for stocks that you are considering purchasing. An active trader that has for example, an average of ten positions at any given time, will usually be watching several stocks as well so that when one position is sold, another one can be purchased immediately from the watch list. This avoids a situation where an investor has too much cash in his or her trading account at any given time.
Using a watch list is convenient for several different purposes; for example, suppose you have researched a company that you consider to be sound, and to have good potential. However, the stock price is currently overvalued, and you want to wait for a more opportune time to buy. The watch list will track the share price, and generate charts to show you the general trend–so you can predict when would be the best time to purchase the stock.
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3 comments:

  1. I had no idea that this was even a thing! Granted, I haven't been in the stock trade very long and I am still learning every day. Will definitely be getting myself a watch-list of my own.

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  2. You lay everything out so very well and bluntly that it makes it so much easier for me to understand. I've been struggling with trading in one of my classes but now I think I've got the basics down.

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  3. To create whatch lists is a whole thing!
    Do you offer online counseling?
    I would like to delve into the subject, I have many doubts.

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