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I use a computer program I created to pick my stocks. It completes an in depth fundamental analysis to generate prices for large quantities of stocks. To learn more check out anticitrade.com.
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For an individual investor, making wise stock choices can be a daunting task. Frequently, investors will make stock picks based on little information or the recommendation of a biased "expert." Unfortunately, this style of investing does not always translate well in the market. For individual investors to
benefit from active investing, they require a set of financial analysis tools that provides them with a competitive advantage in the market. Full analysis of a stock requires comprehensive research into a company's financial statements, competitive position, ratio analysis, and macroeconomic changes. Using publicly available information, an amateur investor can form a basic evaluation of a company's competitive position and speculate about the effects that macroeconomic changes will have on the value of the company's stock. However, completing a comprehensive ratio and financial analysis is both time consuming and beyond the capability of the average investor. Quantitative firms have realized consistent profits from the use of a fundamental, quantitative analysis of stocks. This complex analysis allows for an unbiased valuation of a stock and can provide a "buy," "sell," and "fair market" price recommendation. The tools behind this analysis have been developed by teams of in-house mathematicians and statisticians and are, consequently, unavailable to the average investor. Anticitrade completes an in-depth fundamental analysis for the user. This enables the user to focus his research on relevant news, expectations for the macro economy, and trends that may indicate when the user should invest. As the website develops, more information will be available to help the user to understand why some fundamentally strong stocks are good investments, and why others are not. More specifically, Anticitrade calculates ten different prices for each stock. Eight of these ten prices are calculated relative to the group in which they are being compared. The other two are determined from constructing a discounted cash flow analysis on each of the stocks. These ten prices are then used to determine a single composite price for each stock which it provides to the user. The program uses a basic set of assumptions and applies them universally across companies. This is done to minimize bias, and allow the user to do all the speculation.
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