I am a self taught options trader, I learned using the tools provided on OptionsEpress with guidence from other investers whom taught me about bigcharts.com 123jump.com and other sites used by proffesional day traders to investigate and qualify stocks. I once urged a class a was instructing to invest in petrochina and that proved to be extremely profitable as an .05 call option grew in value to more than 5.00 in two weeks and had reached a 12.00 value by the time it expired 45 days after the initial call was placed. I have the same scenerio with tesla motors. I see this stock being worth $700.00 in 20 years and at least $185.00 by Sept. 2014. I am by no means financially wealthy, however I can honestly say that with my meger funds I will be in a very short time thanks to this Company.
First of all I'm not a financial advisor and not much of a writer but I've been in the market since 1981 and I'm a pretty good stock picker. Years ago I bought a book at a library book sale entitled 'How to Make Money in the Stock Market and it has been my guide ever since. It outlined what to look for in determining whether or not to buy a stock. Here they are in no particular order since I loaned the book out and it somehow never made it's way back home. * No debt. * Cash on hand and the more the better. * Low number of shares outstanding. A supply and demand thing. * Low share price. The law of small numbers. * Followed by few analysts * (to be continued)