50 stocks to buy in September

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Aug 30, 2013 10:25PM

 Stocks to buy in September: NONE



Sep 1, 2013 1:27PM
I am not buying any until the communist is out of office.......The unemployment numbers are a lie and so are the true foreclosures and pre foreclosures plus the millions living in houses over 30 days with no payment made. Add in Obamacare and you have a good old fashion TRAIN WRECK.
Aug 31, 2013 5:41PM
I don't see any in that group that interest me, but I'm doing quite well in the market this year, but I do my own research and stay away from these type of lists.
Aug 31, 2013 7:51PM
I think these lists are stupid.  No real analysis, just a very very high level review of some fundamental stats.  I suppose that is a place to start, but I don't need a list to do that.  there are any number of screening tools one can use to prepare better lists tailored to ones investment needs and phylosophies.  
Aug 31, 2013 10:44PM
Mark Twain knew which month was good...!
Sep 5, 2013 9:34AM
There are stocks that will go up and stocks that will down EVERY month.  Don't depend on other peeps lists... I learned that long ago (they are usually wrong).  By doing your OWN homework and understanding the fundamentals on how the market actually works will help you be more successful they listening to a 100 different opinions.   
Sep 5, 2013 10:19AM
Do your own research, and buy what your gut tells you to buy. If you do good, then congrats, if you don't, then you can't blame your picks on anyone but yourself. There are stocks that are very strong and steady. Read corporate 10K and 10Q reports before you buy anything. Look at all the information you can get your hands on, including news releases and see if the officers of the company are buying up shares of their own business or selling them. If they are selling, then stay away. This is advice I received from my professor of finance for managers course. He owns an investment firm in New York, and it is the best advice that anyone has given me for investing in the markets. Research, research, research. If you don't get a warm fuzzy, then don't invest, period. This list is a good start, but do your own research on these companies if you like any of them. I have a degree in finance, and I still would never tell someone that they should invest in something if I am not willing to do the same thing. Look at companies you know something about too. If you can't tell the difference between a iPhone and a VCR, then don't invest in electronics. Always go with what you know, or you can learn about. Become the most informed person on the company you plan to invest in. KNOW WHAT THEY DO!!! There are less surprises that way.
Sep 5, 2013 10:14AM

You can put five money managers, or stock analysts at a table, and none of them will pick the same stocks, and rarely hold the same viewpoint on what to buy/sell.  It's far more intelligent to read the financial magazines, and the Wall Street Journal, then go out and make an informed judgement on your own.  Eliminate the middle man.  All they're doing is taking your cash, and leaving you with all the risk.  Be informed, and don't read this crap, thinking it will tell you anything.  Make a choice, stick with it, and don't bail just because it goes south for a few weeks. 


Sep 5, 2013 11:12AM
Sep 5, 2013 10:18AM
You better throw the CEO's and CFO's of the five major banks in there with Obama and just maybe the entire Fed. The market is so rigged with the computerized trading that the individual investor doesn't have a chance. I can go out and buy used bicycles and fix them up and resell and make more money than in the market, and I don't have to share any of it with the leech's on Wall Street.
Sep 5, 2013 9:53AM
14 pages of fluff? Who's in charge of organization and presentation? You lost me at page 6.
Sep 5, 2013 6:18AM
Why would anyone use this list when they can get the Trends Journal?
Sep 5, 2013 8:08AM
Aug 31, 2013 3:05PM
Try switching to another market  / I did about six months ago and have been doing fine/ Hong kong / New Zealand / etc.
Sep 5, 2013 11:52AM
The only stock I am going to take is that this entire legalized gambling clusterf*** is going to collapse into a hole in the ground. As some one said: for you to make money someone has to lose money. Something insidiously evil about that.
Sep 5, 2013 6:00AM
Buy Tesla.  People laughed at the Japanese imports when they first came into the U S.  They turned out to be a game changer.  Consider Tesla as the game changer that is applying long overdue technology to the auto industry.  Case in point:  It's a fact that, at the turn of the century, most city planners of major cities would not include the advent of electricity in their plans for their respective cities.  They felt that the new thing called "electricity" was just a flash in the plan.      
Sep 7, 2013 10:38PM
M64  I also belong to the dying  R party. And am set for the rest of my life at the age of 56. Hard work and using my head put me here. I also see things like our rights and freedom slipping away as long as the big boma is in office. I made my own money and I will not give it away to people who are to stupid or lazy to make it on there own.
Sep 5, 2013 9:59AM
Buy on the dips? I was fooled buy the dips 5 years ago, they aren't going to fool me again. Besides my father told me to never believe dips........ or dingbats either one.
Sep 5, 2013 9:17AM
With the stock market when you lose someone else is winning! That's just the hard truth. I don't play that game.
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