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Would You Bet on the Philadelphia Eagles to win this year's Super Bowl?

Getting The Red Out – Stocks To Sell on Current Strength 

Would you bet on the Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl this year?

Short answer NO – To win the Super Bowl a team has to outperform all other football teams over a six month period.

The same is true in the investment world. To win the investment “Super Bowl” a stock has to outperform the market over the next 6 months.

Here are 10 stocks which will NOT win the investment “Super Bowl” over the next 6 months.

How do we know? Well we don’t know for sure but we have two very compelling clues:

These stocks have significantly underperformed the market over the past 3 months (just like the Eagles), and most importantly they continue to have a Bearish Chaikin Power Gauge rating – thus they have a high probability of underperforming the market over the next 3- 6 months (just like the Eagles).

If a stock in your portfolio has a red or Bearish Power Gauge rating it will drag your investment performance down. If you have too many bearish PGR stocks you will lose money, except in the most powerful of bull markets.

GET THE RED OUT BY USING CURRENT MARKET STRENGTH TO ELIMINATE THESE STOCKS FROM YOUR PORTFOLIO.

Bearish Chaikin Power Gauge ratings

AMZN                                   Amazon.com Inc.

CERN                                   Cerner Corp.

EBAY                                    Ebay Inc.

GMCR                                  Green Mountain Coffee

GS                                        Goldman Sachs

NTAP                                    NetApp Inc.

JWN                                       Nordstrom, Inc.

OPEN                                    Open Table Inc.

RIG                                        TransOcean Ltd.

CRM                                      Salesforce.com Inc.


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