With earnings season winding down and what seems a likely chance of an interest rate hike in December, we thought that it was the perfect time to revisit a fantastic “Special Presentation” given by our founder, Dr. Bart DiLiddo, titled “Stock Valuation And Stock Market Cycles.” Dr. DiLiddo shares this timely, insightful and educational information we all can use to understand just how the stock market really works. For example, he explains that Stock prices rise when Perceived Value increases, and Stock prices fall when Perceived Value decreases. Relevant news can include the Economy, a new product and earnings releases. He delivers this tip: “We have to think in terms of the News and its financial consequences. History tells us that all Relevant Information is manifested by changes in Earnings, Inflation and Interest Rates. These are the 3 key factors affecting the value of stocks.”

After you’ve watched the Special Presentation, please join me Tuesday, Dec 1 at 12:30 p.m. ET for our weekly Q&A. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. We’ll also look at current market conditions and check the news as part of our regular stock analysis routine.

Saturday, Dec 5 Canada Online Forum. A reminder to register early for our second Forum. Seating is limited. In these market conditions, it’s great to hear from other members how they using VectorVest to make money. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE AGENDA AND TO REGISTER.

Here’s what one VectorVest member had to say about our first Forum on Nov 7:

Hi Stan,
Just wanted to provide some feedback on the recent online forum. I think this is a wonderful idea. I am one of those investors that don’t live anywhere close to one of the Ontario User Groups and knew that I was missing out on not just the useful info but also on the networking opportunities.

The newly formed online forum addresses what I felt I was missing. The fact that they will be recorded is an added bonus since I wasn’t able to participate in the launch due to previous commitments. I always learn something during your sessions and now having the added benefit of other VV subscribers as presenters to share their experiences and suggestions further enhances the gains I derive from my membership in VV.

I have learned so much in a relatively short time, as well as growing my profits, and I give the lion’s share of the credit to you.

Thanks again,