Cropper: Out of curiosity, where do you look to find stocks you like?
I've been doing this for a dozen years, but I am stuck on trying to finds jewels on CNBC, and before on FOX on Saturday.
I've toyed with subscribing to IBD, but, still have avoidedit.
In contrast, my main squeeze who has been buying for a yearn a half sees a UPS truck drive by, she buys; goes to Ross, sees all the Mexicans buying clothes, she buys; goes to Kroeger, buys. All winners.
The stocks she bought via CNBC, MU, JCP, MRK, RDS-A, BBTY, TWTR-Losers.
I did my DD before buying on Jul 6, but, like CNBC's clown Cramer, even after my DD reflected BWA in a positive manner, I should have waited longer to buy, even by a couple of days.
Although most people in stocks watch CNBC sometime during the day, often I wonder, is it just a waste of time?
Pumpers on CNBC usually, or always, have an ulterior motive for pumping or dumping a stock. Most of us have J O B S, so like the politicians that always pop us on TV, avoding what they pump is probably the best way to go.
I own ETP, however, since we just got the kiss of death from Cramer, via his buy recommendation, watch ETP fall. It just did. It went to red after JC threw in his two cents worth. He was a long basher of ETP last year.
Anybody that is long on Hillary has just got to be a moron.