Best method to select stocks?

Discussion in 'Stock picks and trading strategies' started by Bruce Wright, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. Bruce Wright

    Bruce Wright New Member

    What is your best method to select stocks to buy?
     
  2. joyce56

    joyce56 New Member

    I have the same question
     
  3. Sally davidson

    Sally davidson New Member

    Hello, Bruce So you finally decided to start investing??

    The first thing you should keep in mind that when you're buying a stock, you're becoming a part owner of that company. So, short-term market movements aside, the value of your investment depends on the health of the business. I always Consider price and valuation of stock and know what kind of stock buying or always evaluate the financial health of the company. If You want to buy stocks that you can reasonably expect will be worth later, so look at value combined with expectations for future earnings.

     
  4. pawankalyan06

    pawankalyan06 New Member

    Even I have the same question can anyone please clarify?
     
  5. ifmc institute

    ifmc institute New Member

    1. Understand your level of risk and decide what is appropriate.
    2. No Matter your personality, develop a smart strategy for choosing stocks to invest in.
    3. Start by picking one stock and then analyze the results.
    4. Use trading charts to understand movement of stocks and the overall market.
    5. Finally, stick with your plan!
     
  6. Sukhada Parab

    Sukhada Parab New Member

    Are you interested in the stock market and want to grow money instantly? You may need to read several financial blogs, investment magazines, subscribe to some stock tips. Yet, you are anxious you may lose money? It happens because people do not do their homework appropriately. They depend on the stockbroker’s decisions to do stock trading in India.

    Therefore, you can take the decision and make a wise decision to select the right stocks. By doing so, you will either win or will learn.

    The best strategies for stock trading are –

    1) Check if the company you seek to invest in is fundamentally strong. Monitor their earnings per share, price to earnings ratio, debt to equity ratio, return on equity, current ratio, and dividend.

    2) Understand the products and services the companies design.

    3) Check up on the life of the company. Always look for organisations with a long life.

    4) Watch out for companies who work differently than competitors.

    5) The management of the company should be efficient and qualified.

    6) Check the reviews and news related to the organisation. See if they have a positive impression in the public eye.
     

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