DailyStocks.com gives the Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) a 5 out of 5 stars. We recommend that growth investors and day traders regularly read the Investors’ Business Daily (IBD) to get the pulse of the market and to identify stocks that are leading the stock market.
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The Big Picture – A daily paragraph reviewing the previous days activity, including chart analysis of the daily price and volume record of the Dow Jones, Nasdaq and the S&P 500, along with a barometer of how the market is doing. It highlights which stocks are breaking out in a positive way and which stocks are breaking down in a negative way.
The Real Most Active – List of stocks that see unusual increases/decreases in volume trading. The premise is that stocks that are going up on huge volumes may be the ones being picked up by large institutions and mutual funds, the real movers of the stock market. Likewise, the stocks that are going down on huge volumes are stocks that are being dumped by the mutual funds.
Investor’s Corner – Using history and lots of examples, this section features a daily lesson on becoming a better investor. One of the most important rules about trading is to limit your stock losses at 7 to 8%.
IBD 100 – The current 100 most promising stocks recognized by IBD thru a multitude of fundamentals and technical analysis.
Leaders and Success – A daily biography of a historical political/business/milita ry/sport leader and how he or she changed the industry or the world.
The weekend editions are filled with informative charts that make it easy to scan hundreds of stocks in a short time.
Some of the editorial are very right-wing and ultra-conservative. You may not agree with them. If this bothers you, just read the rest of the paper. They will contribute to your financial health.
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Jim Cramer of Mad Money regularly recommends reading the Investors’ Business Daily.
David Ryan, Lee Freestone, Gil Morales are multiple year winners of the U.S. Investing Championships and have generated triple digit annual returns on their portfolios. They all came from the firm of William O’neil, who founded the Investors’ Business Daily newspaper. They regularly read the IBD.
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