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    September 27, 2012

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3 Stocks to Wealth Newsletter

September 27, 2012

Near-term Market Forecast: The market environment is neither favorable or unfavorable for appreciation of these stocks in the weeks ahead.

A couple distribution days over the past week or so has raised a red flag but has not turned us bearish at this point. The market has pulled back a few percent after eclipsing highs for the year. But now is finding support at former breakout areas. As volume is dropping. A typical setup for another test of the highs. Money has moved back into bonds out of stocks and commodities but commodities have fared the worst with oil dropping significantly. A good sign. However, we are watching closely for a bearish confirmation signal in the overall market. A couple more high volume down days could turn us bearish and prompt us to exit most long positions. Especially given the expected weak Q3 earnings season. That being said, we only move to cash when we have a significant bearish technical signal as we did in April before the last correction. So we continue to take full positions in the 3 stocks in the newsletter each week:

This Weeks Stocks:

 

This week we have one new stock compared to last week. So, to follow the system, you would sell Z and use the proceeds to buy ALOG. If you are just starting or were on the sidelines in cash last week, you would buy an equal dollar amount of all 3 stocks listed below with a market order before the open tomorrow in your risk-capital account dedicated to this system:
Stock #1 – ALOG (New users need to install Silver Light to see great-looking, customizable charts below)
Chart:

 

 

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After 8 weeks in a row of appreciation, the newsletter finally had a down week. A pretty incredible run.
We recently compiled a performance analysis of the first 5 months of the newsletter and found that the gain would have been about 26.3% without compounding – not including commissions and slippage. While the S&P 500 gained just 4.96%. Even better than we expected from this newsletter and a great start.
We are on track for the mid double digit returns (or better) per year that we are after with this less time-consuming approach. Returns that can more than quadruple your money in even four years. However, we will have down weeks and underperforming weeks as we saw over the past five days.
Brian C Neall
Founder – Investtobefree.com
email: info@investtobefree.com

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