No doubt about it, that all of us has eaten at a restaurant and ate something that was so good that we've asked the chef for the recipe with technique and method of preparing it. It's highly likely that the majority or all of us has gotten a humorous response, "If I showed you how, who's going to pay the bills, rent, and employees?".
No doubt about it, that the most successful investors have strategy, discipline, and patience. Part of the strategy is screening for stocks with personal checklist, with technique and method of determining if the stock is a long or short. A method by Kenny Rogers -The Gambler may interpret how to screen stocks that investors hold in determining when to hold'em, when to fold'em, when to walk away, and when to run. Knowing what to throw away and knowing what to keep. Cause every hand's a winner and every hands a loser.
"Here goes nothing." Anyone in the Motley Fool Community that is willing share their personal checklist for screening for stocks with techniques and methods in investing the information?