Due diligence is important in selecting a service
Ruidoso, NM (PRWEB) December 10, 2007
Investors continue to shift from the underperforming real estate market back into equities and individuals are looking for guidance in making the transition. Companies offering stock picks are finding increasing interest for their services.
"Somewhere between professional portfolio managers and individuals analyzing their own personal picks, we find services that do the analysis and provide the stock picks for a fee," said Tom Franklin, PhD a leading investment analyst.
Investing in real estate is fairly easy to learn for the individual investor. There are plenty of books, courses, and mentor groups available, but many people find that the transition to stock investing isn't nearly as easy. Unless you have a very large amount of capital to hand over to a portfolio manager, you are faced with making the stock picks yourself, finding a mutual fund, or using a stock pick service.
At a recently concluded press conference, Franklin continued, "After months of analysis and testing, we are finally offering three separate strategies to the public on a monthly subscription basis at http://www.SkillTrader.org . Our back testing and live results total nearly three years now. November was another good month with $34,661 in profits trading just 100 shares per pick. "
Stock picks provided by different companies will vary in the types of stocks and holding periods for their selections. The stock picks offered at Skilltrader.org tend to be held for 6 to 10 days and have a win rate of nearly 70%. This type of service would appeal to an active trader wanting short holding periods and lots of action.
"Due diligence is important in selecting a service," advised Franklin. "Some of the things to watch for are exact entry and exit recommendations, a trial period to test the selections on paper, a solid track record, and positive reviews from subscribers. At http://www.SkillTrader.org we have all those factors going for us."
Franklin concluded by saying, "Whenever investors find inefficiencies in the market, there is a rush to take advantage of those inefficiencies. We are limiting the total number of subscribers to just 150."