I noticed in Dymocks the best stocks for 2014 book.
Had a browse and the criteria for inclusion seemed reasonable.
Certainly save people a lot of time working out the strength of
a number of companies. They make quite a point of saying that
while these may not do as well as a miner who hits pay dirt they
"Should" Represent a lower risk and possibly better return for those
with a view of SMSF's. They also point out that there is no consideration
of the chart so some are at highs/some at lows/some wobbling around.
It got me thinking.
If you were to use these stocks as your trading universe and then applied
technical analysis to them for entry and exit/Risk management and
parcel sizing---would this not be a good start
for a trading method?
I've never seen a combined/colaborated effort before!