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Stock Screener Do’s and Don’ts

Stock Screener Do’s and Don’ts

Do you use a stock screener? They can be incredibly useful tools for filtering through thousands of stocks for a handful of great ideas. The Chaikin Analytics stock screener, for example, is designed to allow flexible combinations of various criteria like the Chaikin...

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Earnings Preview – Q3 2017 Earnings

Earnings Preview – Q3 2017 Earnings

Q3 2017 Earnings Season will be the last earnings look at companies in 2017. So the importance is magnified as portfolio managers scurry to lock in good trades, and hedge funds begin to position themselves for 2018. There is usually increased turnover during the...

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Three Forgotten Factors to Remember when Picking Stocks

Three Forgotten Factors to Remember when Picking Stocks

Earnings, estimates, and revenue are the three big factors that every investor looks at when picking stocks. These factors are very important, and definitely should command a great deal of attention. Lurking below the surface, however, are some indicators that are...

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Women & Investing: Is Investing Too Personal?

Women & Investing: Is Investing Too Personal?

If 92% of women want to learn more about financial planning and get more involved in their finances, why is it that 80% of women respondents said they weren’t comfortable talking about money even with the people they’re close to? Research from the investment firm...

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The Anatomy of a Good Stock Pick

The Anatomy of a Good Stock Pick

What’s the process for finding a good stock pick? Chaikin Analytics puts out calls on stocks frequently. This provides our subscribers a heads up that a stock is either ready to go up or is poised for a fall. How are these stock picks chosen? By probing how our...

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Why Did Stock Prices Decline After An Earnings Surprise?

Why Did Stock Prices Decline After An Earnings Surprise?

What caused stock prices to recently decline after an earnings surprise? As mentioned in a recent blog post, Q2 2017 earnings was generally positive. Year over year growth was 10%, and there was a wide range of earnings surprise. There was one anomaly, however, that...

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