Quote of day…

Today’s quote came to me from a firm that often produces decent research in my estimation. However, in my estimation, it gets a little sketchy on some of its ads.

I won’t source it because I don’t want to entirely discredit its author and, quite frankly, because this promising of the moon is consistent among virtually all of those firms who make their money by convincing the everyday investor trader that their research (this firm’s, at times, is spot on) is better than the competition’s; that they can consistently figure out the unfiguroutable.

As you read the below, picture an accompanying photo (I left it out to protect the innocent ignorant opportunistic), of, I’m guessing, an early thirties (no older for sure) rosy-cheeked young man with thick brown locks. Yep, he would be the ungrizzled genius who’s so crazy rich, and charitable, as to be willing to send a tip to regular folk that will surely bulge their coffers, at the expense of his own (so, nope!). I.e., when one’s done the research and has great conviction in the prospects for a stock, one quietly accumulates it before the world catches wind, then makes a bundle when — as the world catches wind — the stock sores.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get in on low-priced gems primed for a breakout.

This is a terrific time to snap up shares. In fact, Monday morning, I plan to post a stock that is not likely to be under $10 for long. Earnings estimates are surging upward and there is plenty of other good news.

Doesn’t mean he (or they) hasn’t done the research and doesn’t have the conviction; it simply means that it’s a whole lot easier/profitable to get people to pay you a fee for a service about trading (as opposed to investing in) stocks, than it is to actually trade (as opposed to invest in) stocks.

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