Momentum - Revisited

By: readtheticker | Sun, Feb 9, 2014
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Momentum  Re-Visited

Simple momentum is a powerful tool, if you know how to measure it. Believe it or not, momentum is more powerful than the researched fundamentals, for the simple reason it tells you if the stock your are studying is liked (or not) by others. In short momentum must be attractive to your desired position.

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