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INM Oct '07 - Make Sure Things Are In Place For A Good Performance
Kenneth J. Gruneisen, Founder and Contributing Writer, www.CANSLIM.net
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There are many times when ordinary events I encounter in life outside of my office can be linked back to my job duties.  Like this weekend, when I was supposed to play bass guitar for a band on Hollywood Beach during the city’s big clam bake and music festival.  We showed up ready to play, but the stage and the necessary gear were not ready, and the crew who was supposed to make it all happen was nowhere to be found.  Here is the analogy I drew from it as it relates to stocks; Investors can be ready and perfectly prepared to do our part, but the necessary fundamentals and proper conditions must be met or else the performance is unlikely to be one that is worth talking about.

 

The good news is, the market’s existing rally has the appearance of one that is likely to be sustainable for more weeks and months to come.  Signs of the market’s health include more high-ranked leaders showing up on the new 52-week highs list.  Now the major averages are mostly positioned within close striking distance of new all-time highs, with only the Nasdaq Composite unable to recover all that it lost after its high in 2000.  The good news is, the equipment that normally helps make a strong performance possible is in place. The stage is set, and now the show can start.

 

Here I go talking about bands and music again!  Prior references to Bob Marley and Talking Heads in my recent monthly Investing For The New Millennium articles have tipped off some of my regular readers to the fact I am a big music fan. And one group of guys I jam with recently suggested playing the song, “I’m A Believer”.  I believe Neil Diamond wrote it, The Monkees had a big hit with it, and the band Smashmouth recently covered it -  then I think it ended up on a Shrek sequels’ soundtrack.  But what really takes the cake is an investment oriented website hiring Davy Jones to parody his own material in an advertisement.  I have to be a little bit offended, because the anonymous zoo animal he is working with is charging three times the price for 1-year.  However, maybe this does tell us something about the mentality of most investors. It tells us that CAN SLIM® Certified guys are maybe just a little too technical and complex, whereas big cuddly animal characters are very simple, and attention grabbing (i.e. the popularity of Barney the dinosaur).  I am not sold on the decision yet, but I am in talks with my agent about donning a fuzzy suit, abandoning my official designations and securities firm associations, and, of course, tripling my fees. Okay, so maybe I am more than just a little bit offended…

 

I am now taking more time than ever each day to analyze and add notes on high-ranked stocks that include the most ideal buy candidates under the system’s guidelines.  My readers know that I am not hiding or acting as an anonymous character - I am a licensed representative who makes it easy for people to know all about me and my firm.  I also have been through IBD’s highest level of training and passed the exam.

 

One thing I am most proud of is that, each day, though my work at Source Capital, our team helps more investors.  We give honest and accurate input on how to invest wisely.  People are often amazed at how easily they can reach with me or my assistant and get instant input on their ideas.  They also appreciate that we are very selective about the ideas we suggest taking action on, limiting the suggestions to only the most ideal buy candidates under the guidelines.  The branch office I manage has a solid base of business that indeed is growing and thriving, even while personally I am not taking on new individual clients.  A lot of the new business we get in our branch is through referrals, and if you have any interest you should contact the office and speak with Adam Sarhan.

About Kenneth J. Gruneisen, Founder and Contributing Writer, www.CANSLIM.net :
Kenneth J. Gruneisen has successfully completed the CAN SLIM® Certification Program.  Mr. Gruneisen became a Registered Representative in 1987 and his career includes experience offering personalized assistance to investors with more than a decade of experience as a Registered Principal managing a branch office.

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