investing in the stock market for cash flow
How do you pick your stocks? That truly is a good question. Do you look into the companies quarterly reports and see what is happening behind the scenes? Do you watch the stock charts looking for signals to get in or the action? There are many reasons to buy stocks and many ways of coming up with a decision on which one is right. Staring at charts all day is not my thing, neither is reading a mountain of paperwork trying to figure out what the bottom line is. As for me ... I like historical patterns. Short n sweet... if a company did something in the past they have a tendency to repeat it. Seasonality is the word they give this selective process. Certain stock do the same move year after year. It may be triggered by a seasonal trend, Christmas, New Years, Black Friday and many more. The easiest way to find these type trends is computer software. Software can be designed to hunt through the data stream and find tidbits of pertinent information to help you pick what you are looking for. The 10 Minute Trader is a system that uses this very software to find such patterns with dividend stocks.
Books By James
After trading stocks for over 23 years I have come up with a trading strategy that has worked for me and my friends. It's simple and takes less than 10 minutes a day. My annual returns beats the Wall St pros every year. Maybe it's time you did your own investing too.