Here is a list of my best stocks for 2016. I categorize them into 2 groups: Value and Growth. Select the category that fits your investing objective(s). The stock selection is quite similar to my last book, Best Stocks for 2014. It selects stocks according to the current market conditions. In addition, a simple market timing technique is included to tell you when to exit the market and when to return to the market.
Remember that you’re paying for my research about (Kindle version). It is a bargain if it can make money for you. For my last book, it has been a great bargain.
I do not list charts and current metrics of all recommended stocks as in most other similar books do. First it would cut down many trees unless it is in digitized format. Second, all the information will be obsolete by the time you read this book. Instead, I include the instructions on how to re-evaluate the recommended stocks fundamentally and technically.
The performance of my last book, Best Stocks 2014 According to Me, was published in Dec. 16, 2013. The annualized return from Dec. 16, 2013 to March, 16, 2014, 3 months away is 23% beatin SPY by 44%.
Since this book was written in June (official publish month is July), 2015, the fundamentals of the recommended stocks may change by the time you buy this book. Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 show you how to update the fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
When the market is risky (Chapter 19), do not buy any stocks. Buy the recommended list of stocks when the market is less risky. This chapter demonstrates how to use a simple technique to locate the exit/reentry points.
The stocks are selected from my proven screens and many other sources. The procedures are not available to my readers. I choose the screens that have provided good performances recently. It works so far but there is no guarantee that it will work in the future.
Size: 120 pages (6*9)
Best Stocks 2016: As of 7/2015