Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) July 14, 2009
Today, Bell & Circus named Google to its closely followed Bell&Circus Watchlist. Bell&Circus is a noted Investment Blog http://www.bellandcircus.com . The Watchlist was developed by its founder just after the housing market started to crumble in 2007. It has evolved into a list of stocks that its readership generally adds to their personal stock watchlists. The 2009 Bell&Circus Watchlist is on pace to rise 51% this year compared to the S&P which has lost 11% YTD.
Stocks chosen for the list compiled by the Investment Blog must pass the company's stringent fundamental analysis and technical analysis screens to be considered. A stock enters the list once it has received a buy signal from the company's proprietary MHI indicator.
Dee Patrcik compiled the list this year. She explains, "The MHI indicator was developed to analyze a company's forecasted price in relationship to its current price. When price conditions are most favorable in relationship to 3 other key data points, a buy signal is given. The stock is then added to the Watchlist after considerable fundamental analysis.
"What we see with Google (GOOG) is a company still struggling to find an identity outside of search. As a result it has taken some rather shrewd risks with its foray into several challenging ventures such as Enterprise Search and Internet Browsing. What clinched the spot on our list for Google was its announcement earlier this week that it would make a credible entry into the Operating System market. Although the success of such a venture would not be measureable for several years, we were impressed with the pricing performance after the announcement. From a strategic perspective it was the right thing to do. From a technical perspective, it was a homerun!" says Patrick.
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Dee Patrick, Director