Whatever your investment style and goals, there was something of value for you in Saturday’s Canada Online Forum. Click here for the RECORDING. A full room and great synergy from the opening bell right through to the end.
Want to know what’s causing energy prices to fall? What’s the outlook for energy prices going forward? Whether you’re an investor or a taxpayer, you don’t want to miss Michael Wuertherick’s Energy Sector analysis. An energy insider with 25 years executive experience in the oilpatch and leader of our Red Deer, AB User Group, Michael also sets out a simple, short-term trading system to play the energy volatility.
Giving up on the Banks? Think again! Emanuel Althuis and Marcia Elgie from our Kelowna User group provide valuable insights on how holding selected banks can grow your wealth over time through the magic of dividends and compounding. Emanuel identified the three banks he’s held for years and how he’s prospered from the dividends. You don’t want to miss their report on the Banks (Investment) industry group.
Business Services (Misc) is a diverse group. Sandy Cook, our Kelowna User Group Leader, breaks it down for us and identifies one of the leaders, Dirt Environmental (DRT) using VectorVest’s exclusive Performance Graph.
Looking for a simpler way to trade? Burlington User Group members under the guidance of Leader Petra Hess are having success using her 3-EMA/8-EMA crossover method. Petra shows us exactly how trading the system just once a week has delivered stellar returns of 40% in 2014 and more than 11% this year when the TSX is down 8.7%.
Is your overall portfolio heading in the right direction? A unique feature in VectorVest is the ability to take the average price and other values of all our stocks and plot them on a graph just as though we were plotting an individual stock. We can add technical studies as well as VectorVest’s exclusive fundamental indicators. But do we ever use it that way? Mike Simonato does. A VectorVest member from Toronto, Mike shows how he uses the WatchList Graph to know when his portfolio isn’t going in the right direction and he might have to change a stock or two to lift the average values in his portfolio.
Do you know the five characteristics of a Game Changer stock? A Game Changer is a stock that has the potential to achieve monster gains that can transform your investing results. Stocks like Netflix and Costco in the US, Stella-Jones and Constellation Software in CA. Stan Heller, VectorVest Canada Consultant, explains how to find the next Game Changer using five characteristics set out by our Founder Dr. Bart DiLiddo in his classic little green investment book, Stocks, Strategies and Common Sense. He also shows you how to plot your graph with a 10/40 weekly simple moving average to quickly spot potential candidates on the rise.
All in all, the Forum is a worthwhile use for one-and-a-half hours of your time to become a more knowledgeable, confident and successful investor. Click here for the RECORDING.
Here are just few of the dozens of wildly positive comments chatted in by attendees during the webinar:
Q: Great Forum again, two thumbs up to all presenters !!![Francois
Bob from Vegreville, AB:
Q: Wow another great forum. What a great learning [Robert
Bob from Vancouver:
Q: STAN –WHAT A GREAT GREAT FORUM THANK YOU SO MUCH ![BOB
Jane from Alberta re the 3/8-EMA method posted by Petra on our Blog Nov 19, 2014:
Q: you have helped my portfolio tremendously! safety and security[Jane
Ahmed typed in:
Q: Thank you very much for the insightful session! It’s my first but definitely not my last. Happy Holidays[Ahmed
So, if you missed it, you really should watch the recording. Time well-spent as they say. If you attended and just wish to review something, you can watch the recording. Click here for the RECORDING.
Attached: The full Powerpoint presentation from yesterday’s FORUM is attached below as a PDF.
So what about next month’s Forum?
Joseph chatted in:
Q: Thanks, today’s forum has been worth my yearly VV fee. It’s going to be fun to see how you top this one at the next Sat. forum.[Joseph ] [Q: 10:40 AM]
So, can we top it in January? Only one way to find out. Click on this link to register to save your seat: Register for Jan 2 Forum. If you can’t attend the live event, please register anyway to ensure you will get the recording to watch at your convenience. Seating and access to the recording is capped, so please register early to avoid disappointment. You will receive a few reminders prior to the event.
An invitation to share your experience. If you would like to share a stock or a strategy that’s working for you, or even a learning experience, painful as they may be, please send me an email at [email protected]. Got an idea for a Game Changer stock? Please share it with me to analyze at our January Forum.
Did you miss our Nov 7 Forum? For a limited time, here is the link to the recording: Nov 7 Forum Recording.
Finally, if you like our VectorVest webinars, I hope you’ll join me and our community of VectorVest members next Tuesday, Dec 8 at 12:30 p.m. ET for our weekly Special Presentation Q&A. We’ll answer your questions, study a few stocks and look at current market conditions ahead of the Fed meeting. To register: Register here for Tuesday’s Q&A Forum.
In closing, my special thanks on behalf of everyone again to all of our Forum presenters, this month and last month. Your insights and teachings make us all more confident investors. Thank you for your time and your willingness to share.
Want to join our VectorVest Community? If you’re not a member yet and you would like to join in order to get more of VectorVest’s educational services and stock analysis software, why not take a 5-week trial for just $9.95 USD? You’ll get access to both CA and US databases, our 5-video Successful Investing Course as well as access to our extensive video library and extensive support. Call 1-888-658-7638 to start your trial or go to our website: Click Here For Products Page
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this Blog is for education and information purposes only. Example trades must not be considered as recommendations. You should always do your own analysis and invest based on your own risk tolerance, investment style, goals and time horizon. There are risks involved in investing and only you know your financial situation, risk tolerance, financial goals and time horizon.
Presented by Stan Heller, Consultant, VectorVest Canada
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