Purchase Lists

Investing as EASY AS 1... 2... 3...

1... BUY a diversified selection UPDATED FOR the month ended 10/31/2018 :

A listing of approx. 100 stocks (from our Primary Screen) produced by a Secondary Screen for growing and stable earnings and tangible net assets for the past 3 yr.s, presented grouped by the ten major Sectors of the economy, see Column L of this list:

2... WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD THE "BUY" LIST of approximately 100 stocks, YOU WILL FIND THAT THE FIRST PAGE PRESENTS A DIVERSIFIED 20 COMPANY PORTFOLIO FROM FOLLOWING THESE DIRECTIONS:

Invest equal amounts in a minimum of 20 stocksconsidered in the following manner and subjected to your personal investment standards:
1) From each of the ten economic Sector groups, per Column L, select the top two stocks using our "ST Perf Indicator", per Column B, with POSITIVE indicators that don’t exceed 2.75.
2) If a Sector, such as Health Care, is missing or  doesn’t have two stocks with positive "ST Perf Indicators"  (not exceeding 2.75), then ADD THE NEXT QUALIFYING STOCK from the Consumer Discretionary/Cyclical Sector - Or - the Utilities And Telephone Sector - Or - the Industrial Goods Sector, -- alternating between these three sectors for replacement stocks, until you have selected at least 20 companies.

3... HOLD List (don’t sell, BUT do check this list ANNUALLY to make sure what you bought is still on this list) UPDATED FOR the month ended 10/31/2018:

 
A listing of approx. 400+ stocks derived from this week's Primary Screen of 4000+ stocks (excluding OTC and ADR/ADS) - presented twice, first as listed in Ticker order to help you easily locate your stocks, then, also presented in a second list where the stocks are grouped by the ten major Sectors of the economy (to help you if you are interested in focusing your investing in particular Sectors):
Also available… Listing for the past 20 months (weeks thru 2017) of the monthly additions and deletions to/from the Primary and Secondary Screens with the reasons for any deletions UPDATED FOR the month ended 10/31/2018: