Evaluating the Watchlist…

Posted: May 23, 2017 in General

Not sure about everyone else but my watchlist often gets unruly (as already posted a few years ago). I find stocks that are of interest they pass a basic filter and into the Watchlist they go. And often there they remain for too long.

Recently though I have been doing some spring cleaning of what I’m evaluating and what I can safely ignore now.

To aid me with this I’ve come up with some loose criteria I think apply to what I’m looking to invest in. 

To each of these I award a maximum of 5 points based on my preferences, the stocks that then rate highest remain and are ordered in quality of investment and those falling back can be safely removed or watched less closely.

Going to add a link over on the left menu to share my thoughts and the actual criteria that I use which I will refine over time. Also this a great place for me to come back and a few years from now and see where it all went right (or very wrong).

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