EPS_MomentuM

S D Joined Mar 26, 2012

In a December 1997 issue of Barron's, a Merrill Lynch poll found that the top strategy among 122 institutions surveyed was to buy stocks of companies that exceed earnings expectations and sell the companies that fall short.

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    JakeValentine
    Jake Valentine
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    Prop215MD
    Karan Stein
    swing trader, dray trader, momentum
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    hawk234
    Alec Berglund
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    Rich_Wood
    Rich Wood
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    pairsrelative
    pasquale corvino
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    CLarge
    Chris Flores
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    Correll
    Correll
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    rainewall
    Raine Wall
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    michaelap
    Michael Perez
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    cgarci18
    Chris
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    kelseythomas
    Kelsey Thomas
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    andoh
    Andy Hoey
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    foley11
    Foley
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    chriskamens1
    christopher kamens
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    Aivan125
    Ivan Francisco Bustos Guerrero
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    zhamm
    Zack Hamm
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    Lucky_Crystal
    Lucky_Crystal
    Trading has been a hobby since high school, MBA student at Stanford. Few tips: Make your trading rules and stick with it, Don't go all in, Your not a loser until you sell.
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    t10
    Trade
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    seefelix
    Felix Capitulo
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    ettie1
    ettie