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Why Chasing Growth Is Not A Good Idea, Even For Short Term Trade?

My theory is that chaseing growth is a game too crowded. A longer version explaination is that: the market overly chased growth in the last decade. Consequently, the entire security analysis industry devoted a large portion of effort into forecasting growth. If you pay attention to those research reports, you'll see a lot stuff like this: research firm ABC upgraded stock XYZ as in the latest channel check they found that shipment increased by ijk%. So the growth is largely priced into the shares before it goes to the quarter or annul reports, and to us fundamental investors, the growth is a lagging indicator.

My littel piece research is a side proof for this theory. Please check it out at my blog: