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Posted by D4L | Saturday, April 23, 2011 | | 0 comments »

How should an investor determine what stocks to buy, and when to buy them? Will Rogers summed it up: "Only buy stocks that go up. If they aren't going to go up, don't buy them." Many have misread this tongue-in-cheek observation and joined the "buy anything that is rising" club. I've found that the "buy investment grade value stocks lower" approach works better.

Here are five filters you can use to come up with a selection universe of high quality companies, and you can obtain all of the data inexpensively: 1.) An S & P rating of B+ or better. 2.) A history of profitability. 3.) A history of regular dividend payments. 4.) A reasonable price range. 5.) A NYSE Listed Security.

Source: American Chronicle

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