|What is a "Monster Stock?"|
every market cycle there are a handful of stocks that have the
potential to double or triple in just a few months. Some can even go up
1000%, 2000%, or more in a year. Previous "monsters" have been
Apple, Amazon.com, Yahoo, Google, Baidu.com, Qualcomm, eBay, AOL, Schwab,
Taser, Cisco Systems, and others. These are stocks that offer new
products or services that fundamentally change the way we live. This
can lead to explosive profit and sales growth which usually drives the
stock's price much higher. They become "must have" stocks for the
majority of top professional money managers. Getting aboard one or two
of these and handling them correctly can make you lots of money. We're
here to help you with this.
How do I spot a "Monster Stock?"
Research has shown that the big winners all share most of these traits.
1. Company has a "must-have" product or service (think iPod) that dominates it's competition.
2. The markets (especially the Nasdaq) must be in a major uptrend for these stocks to flourish.
3. Highly "liquid"- trading over 1 million shares daily and a stock price over $20 (the higher the better).
4. Strong and accelerating earnings growth in the last few quarters (up 50% or more over the same quarter last year).
5. Outstanding revenue growth - up a minimum of 25% in the most recent quarter - preferably accelerating.
6. High return on equity (ROE) - a minimum of 17%. This shows how efficiently management handles invested capital.
7. Strong sponsorship - owned by a number of "best and brightest" institutional investors.
8. Good relative strength - the stock should be outperforming at least 85% of all other stocks.
MONSTER STOCK CHARTS
Baidu.com (the "Google of China") breaks out with the new "Bull Market" in 2009 and quickly triples.
Amazon.com flexes it muscle during the start of the 2003 "Bull Market."
Qualcomm gains 2500% in 1999 as the cell phone market expands globally.
In 2003 Yahoo broke out of a "cup with handle" base in the spring, by the fall it had more than doubled.
every 10-year time-frame in the last 100 years there have between two
and five major market uptrends. These periods have lasted an average of
14 months. During this time stocks gained an average of 76%, with
"monster" stocks doing much better than the overall market. The markets
are in a major uptrend about a third of the time. This is when you want
to be invested in "monster" stocks. Have patience, do your homework,
and get ready to "pounce" on the next big winners. Sign up for our free
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