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  market analysis WST short term trading index sector analysis (buys) sector analysis (sells)  
  buy alert feature stock six stocks trading below $10.00  
 
 
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Hot Off the Ticker™ and The Wall Street Trader’s Column™ give a daily “call” on the “Market.” We use the Dow Jones Industrial average (DJI) as our benchmark for the broad market. The Dow is the most widely followed and quoted of all the major marked indices, we, therefore, feel that this gives our subscribers the truest measure of the broad market’s direction.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is the most-quoted market indicator in newspapers, on TV and on the Internet. Because of its longevity, (Charles H. Dow first unveiled his industrial stock average on May 26, 1896,) it became the first to be quoted by other publications. The Industrial Average became the indicator to cite if you were citing only one. Besides longevity, two other factors play a role in its widespread popularity: It is understandable to most people, and it reliably indicates the market's basic trend. The 30 stocks now in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) are all major factors in their industries, and their stocks are widely held by individuals and institutional investors. At the end of 1999, these 30 stocks accounted for about 28% of the $12 trillion-plus market value of all U.S. stocks.


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The WST Short-Term Trading Index is our own proprietary index. We derive this index by scanning our market universe of the three major exchanges (NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ) and measuring the ratio of buys to sells. A positive ratio (i.e. +2:1 or higher) is bullish; a negative ratio (i.e. –2:1) is bearish. A ratio of +5:1 is extremely bullish, -5:1 is extremely bearish. Note: reversals usually occur at extreme readings!


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All sectors are not created equal. Knowing which sectors will lead the market is equally, if not more important, as determining the direction of the market overall. The market is made up of industry sectors, (Healthcare, Technology, Consumer Staples, Consumer Cyclicals, Pharmaceuticals, Capital Equipment, etc.) Just because the Dow Jones Industrial Average is advancing, does not mean that all market sectors are advancing equally. Here at Hot Off The Ticker ™, a division of Wall St. Traders Column™ , we screen the entire market and identify the market sectors and industry leaders. It's not enough just to be in or out of the market; you need to be in the right sectors as well.


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At Hot Off the Ticker™, a division of Wall Street Traders Column™, we scan the overall market (NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ) on a daily basis for stocks trading at $10.00 and under. We then cull out the top 7% of volume leaders; and narrow our selections to 8 companies. Our best pick of the day is our Buy Alert. This company represents the strongest technicals of all the companies we’ve analyzed.


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Similar to the Buy Alert, the Feature Stock also represents a technically strong selection from the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ. The Feature Stock and the Buy Alert are the two strongest stocks for the day. Often, the Feature Stock will be a company that has shown up on our report over the past few days. It is being featured because it is showing consistent strength and is poised for a bullish move.


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After we choose our Buy Alert and Feature Stock we choose the next six stocks on our list of strongest technicals to complete our daily report. These eight companies provide our subscribers with a mini-portfolio of companies to trade on a daily basis. It gives our subscribers an opportunity to spread their risk among companies that could very well be the next market leaders. Institutional portfolio managers often choose among these low-priced volume leaders to build growth portfolios. It wasn’t too long ago that America Time Warner (AOL), Dell Computer (DELL), and Intel Corp (INTC) were stocks trading under $10.00!

It is important to understand that each of our selections is given a Buy Stop Price. This Buy Stop is the price at which the stock should be bought. For example: If we give a Buy Stop of $8.37 for a company currently trading at $7.95, the stock becomes a buy once the price reaches $8.37. It should not be bought before it reaches the Buy Stop price.


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