More New-Low Bargains

I have been a fan of the new-low list since early in my career. I have flirted with that whole concept of buying new highs and surfing momentum, but it has never worked for me. I don't know too many non-professionals who have been able to consistently make it work either. Momentum trading is a full-time job requiring constant attention to the screens. It simply doesn't fit my skill-set or personality.

Fortunately, early in my career I met Bob Rodriguez of FPA funds at an investment conference in Las Vegas and he was kind enough to share his wisdom with me. One of his suggestions was to eschew the list of stocks making highs and favor the list of stocks making new lows in search of bargain issues with rebound potential....578 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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