I intend in future to green thumb only stocks the "ratios" page says have positive free cash flows and lower than industry average P/FCFs. Other stocks will get red thumbs idf I pick them at all.
How would other Fools like it if the 7 day rule got changed to one where no pick could be ended until it had gained or lost at least 50 points?
Another idea I've had would be charging a 50 point "commission" to start a pick, with another, sliding scale "commission" to end a pick active less than 200 trading days.
Lately I've been thinking that I might be better suited temperamentally to trading options than to buy-and-hold investing.
Whether or not that is the case I'd like to read about options trading, whether in CAPS blog posts or other websites. Any links or suggestions other Fools can provide would be welcome.
It set a new 52 week low of $96.71 friday but it's P/FCF is still 38.59 and it's FPE 15.95. So on a value basis it has no business bottoming above $42.83 barring positive earnings surprises. and even with 1 or 2 of those it would be overvalued in all likelihood. [more]
Undecided on how often I'll do this but it will probably most often be when I'm at or near the 200 active pick limit. Since I would rather use my picks on inexpensive stocks senior executives have recently made open market buys on than expensive ones of any variety I may write blog posts on stocks I don't like ather than red thumbing them. [more]