Dan Sullivan Says to Buy High and Sell Higher

By on September 1, 2009

Dan Sullivan, the Chartist, and his analyst Steven Mais, say it’s best to stick with stocks with good relative strength.

Sullivan and Mais say their methodology is often very difficult for most investors to employ because it requires investors to buy after big price gains and the average investor is usually attempting to buy low and sell high. However, they indicate stocks that have been beaten down can stay there longer than investors expect.

Sullivan and Mais say they are currently 100% invested.

Source:

http://www.forbes.com/2009/08/28/high-relative-strength-personal-finance-investing-ideas-the-chartist.html
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