Active Management tool
It's been a long time since I've posted, but I read all the time. I have been indy for three years now and am loving active management.
I discovered a great tool that I use for about 20% of most portfolios. It has been quite successful so far. It only costs me $12 bucks a month! Talk about "bang for the buck", regardless as to how much the buck crashes....
The site is www.researchtrade.com.
I found the promotional code "Indyadvisor" that reduces the price from $15 to $12.
Annual is even cheaper.
It is a simple date and earnings based trending site. Very basic info, so you have to still do additional research before making trades... but it has helped me look smart so far.
Anyway, Check it out if you need something...
BTW, being an ex-EDJ man, making me look smart is very difficult...
(how do you spell genius?)
Do you work for them?I noticed the entire site lacked credentials.. kept referring to "we" but no mention of who we is
Now that's a great idea! I told you I wasn't a genius...I need to contact them and get a fee! Actually, I think I got an email about it...
I don’t work for them, I work for my clients…Just trying to help everyone do the some.... Or is this a passive management crowd now?
I’m picturing a couple of nerds locked up in a room with 15 computers… cokebottle glasses… pocket protectors… searching for these historical trends.I can tell you this much, it has proved profitable the past few months for me... One client told me he loves getting the confirms - that way he knows I'm working for my money and not out playing golf! LOL! It is definately not good to use for a base portfolio... I only use it for 10-20%.
Why not use www.barchart.com for free?[/quote]
Nice one, thanks for sharing
Why not use www.barchart.com for free?[/quote] Actually, I have www.barchart.com setup as a hyperlink on the www.researchtrade.com site. Like I said, it doesn't do the decision making for you, it just gives you ideas from a historical trend basis... you still have to do your homework to see if you think the trend will continue