Using Stockmarket Tip Sheets.
much a course in Tip Sheets. More a warning and reminder.
Read this carefully and understand what Tip Sheets could
do for you.
Share Tipsters WILL TIP
in every issue IRRESPECTIVE OF MARKET CONDITIONS (and if
they didnt you would want your money back) - but here's
the rub. Only YOU can evaluate when and whether to buy
shares. Only YOU can evaluate whether world events or
market conditions or sector popularity makes a share a
viable option or not.
why use a Tip Sheet ?
Because generally speaking the tip sheet sources have
access to greater depth of information than even the most
well informed private investors. The content of tips has
got to be factually accurate because the companies on our
pages at least are fully regulated by the PIA (Personal
Investment Authority) or SFA (Securities and Futures
Authority). If the figures, points made or claims are
inaccurate these Tip Sheets will be in trouble. Generally
we find Tip Sheets to provide very well researched
Build up a database
You dont have to rush out to buy shares in any tipped
companies. Remember, the Tip Sheets will allways tip. The
share price may have further to fall and offer better
value later. In any event use tipsheets as a database
Identify the "In Vogue"
No point researching unpopular industries. Some may think
Drugs, Oil and Chemicals, electronics and food retailers
have greater future significance in the world than say
mining, book publishers and television media. Each person
must make their own evaluation of the in vogue
Believe it or not there are investors following companies
like a football fan follows his team. Study your
research subjects. Follow news releases. Find out who
major shareholders are. Guess what, Private investors
REALLY DO GO to the Annual General Meetings of companies
that they hold shares in. AND WHY NOT. You hold the
shares, you have every right to makes sure your company
is being run THE WAY THAT WILL MAXIMISE potential for
growth and your investment.
Build a Buying and Selling
We recommend buying at the bottom and selling at the
however appreciate that others have different ideas -
like daytrading minor gains or stop lossing out, shorting with CFDs, spreads or traded options and all other possiblities. Of course, our comment is an
We run a
check for members called
UCM Research Note. This goes out every two weeks. The
check is simply for shares which may have topped out or
bottomed and is purely against a Technical Research
Criteria. You can join the note and possibly consider
this in your evaluation of buying and selling times. IN
ANY EVENT develop Buying and Selling
reminder. These things take years and years to perfect.
The idea is to slowly create systems for selection and
timing that will work for you with a reasonable level
of success. Find a niche sector, spot potentially good
companies. Really start to learn about those