Dogs of the Dow for 2009

December 31, 2008

If you have not had the opportunity to work with the MSN Money Stock Screener, you should. It provides for a great ways to find investment ideas that could, after some research, turn up a few winners. In fact, the first component of the research process for The Disciplined Investor’s QuantaFundaTechna approach uses screens as a way to put emotions and preconceived ideas aside in order to focus on purely quantitative measures to find stocks that meet a variety of conditions.

A simple example of a screen that has been relatively successful over time is known as The Dogs of the Dow. The group of 10 stocks is now set for 2009.

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Friday Stock Screens: Shield of Yield

March 13, 2008

As discussed in Chapter 2 of The Disciplined Investor, stock screens can be used effectively to help search for stocks that can help to provide downside protection while positioning a portfolio for the upturn if /when markets stabilize. The fact is that the key in this environment is to look for large cap stocks paying dividends with:

  1. Low Debt
  2. PEG Ratio below 1
  3. Stable outlook
  4. High Rating Read more

Special Report: Investing During an Economic Downturn

February 27, 2008

By popular demand….

Looking for the latest report : Investing During an Economic Downturn !

The latest from “The Shield of Yield” – 18 Stocks

TDI Episode 44: CAN U SLIM? – UPDATED

February 16, 2008

UPDATED! Guest: IBD’s Kate Stalter from “How To Make Money In Stocks” workshop series. She is also a regular guest on national financial radio shows, and often hosts market video updates in Investors.com Media Center. We also talk with Chris Hill, Director of Communication for The Motley Fool to get the answer to what CAPS actually means. You will be very surprised.

Kate StalterBackground

Kate Stalter joined Investor’s Business DailyInvestors Business Daily in 2001 as an editor for Internet & Technology news. She served as a Markets Writer for columns including:

    – The Real Most Active
    – Stocks In The News
    – Investor’s Corner

Expertise

    -Live market and stock analysis for national television and radio
    -Breaking financial news and its impact on business and the economy
    -Educating investors using IBD’s approach to the market

In her own words:

The best part of my job is helping investors understand the market facts, and tune out all the opinions. By understanding how the market works, and by using proven buy and sell rules, people really can be more successful in the market, and that’s gratifying to see.

Chris HillIn this episode we address what to do as an investor during a correction/bear market. We also delve into the new changes to Investor’s Business Daily that we launched this week. Never been done before, the primary change is that IBD reinvented their stock tables such that instead of stocks being listed by alphabetical order, they are now sorted by stock and sector leadership. A really fresh approach and it comes at a time when most newspapers are cutting out their stock tables altogether.

Chris Hill is the Director of Communications for The Motley Fool. Chris comes on the episode to tells us the meaning of CAPS. We take a moment to review CAPS and how it can benefit investors.

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TDI Episode 44: CAN U SLIM?

February 14, 2008

Guest: IBD’s Kate Stalter from “How To Make Money In Stocks” workshop series. She is also a regular guest on national financial radio shows, and often hosts market video updates in Investors.com Media Center. We also talk with Chris Hill, Director of Communication for The Motley Fool to get the answer to what CAPS actually means. You will be very surprised.

Kate StalterBackground

Kate Stalter joined Investor’s Business DailyInvestors Business Daily in 2001 as an editor for Internet & Technology news. She served as a Markets Writer for columns including:

    – The Real Most Active
    – Stocks In The News
    – Investor’s Corner

Expertise

    -Live market and stock analysis for national television and radio
    -Breaking financial news and its impact on business and the economy
    -Educating investors using IBD’s approach to the market

In her own words:

The best part of my job is helping investors understand the market facts, and tune out all the opinions. By understanding how the market works, and by using proven buy and sell rules, people really can be more successful in the market, and that’s gratifying to see.

Chris HillIn this episode we address what to do as an investor during a correction/bear market. We also delve into the new changes to Investor’s Business Daily that we launched this week. Never been done before, the primary change is that IBD reinvented their stock tables such that instead of stocks being listed by alphabetical order, they are now sorted by stock and sector leadership. A really fresh approach and it comes at a time when most newspapers are cutting out their stock tables altogether.

Chris Hill is the Director of Communications for The Motley Fool. Chris comes on the episode to tells us the meaning of CAPS. We take a moment to review CAPS and how it can benefit investors.

SIGN UP FOR THE FREE PORTFOLIO MASTERY COURSE

–> Andrew’s book, The Disciplined Investor is available at Amazon and other fine bookstores. <–

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