"What seems too high in price and risky to the majority usually goes higher, and what seems low and cheap usually goes lower." - William J. O'Neil
The ‘N’ in the CAN SLIM
strategy stands for either a ‘New Product,’ ‘New Management,’ ‘New High,’ or any other new factor, which could positively change the operating environment for the stock and ultimately drives its price into newer realms. Contrary to conventional wisdom, buying low and selling high is not an easy way to make money in the stock market. In fact, it can be quite risky because in many cases, you’re buying damaged goods.Click Here to read the full article
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