One-Stop CANSLIM Spot
|How to make
Money in Stocks
My review of William O'Neil's excellent best-seller "How to Make Money in Stocks"
|Buy the Book:
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Links to CANSLIM oriented websites.
Join our CANSLIM discussion forum.
|C is for
Current Earnings per Share
Earnings per Share:
My overview of the first CANSLIM investing criterion.
Reports - Canada:
Links on Canadian earnings reports.
My review of The FutureStock Review, a newsletter that has earnings growth as its main stock selection criterion.
Reports - U.S.:
Links on American earnings reports.
| A is for
Annual Earnings Increase
My overview of the second CANSLIM investing criterion.
Links to help you find fast growing Canadian companies
Links to help you find fast growing U.S. companies
| N is for News
My overview of the third CANSLIM investing criterion.
Links to Canadian business news sources.
Links to intraday and daily updated financial news sources.
Links to daily listings of new highs on the major Canadian and U.S. stock exchanges.
| S is for
Supply & Demand
My overview of the fourth CANSLIM investing criterion.
About.com Guide John Irons has extensive information about and explanation of economic concepts.
Links to news information about companies buying back shares. (Plus other supply & demand issues as well).
|Cup With Handle
Rob Rak, About.com's Guide to Day Trading, explains of the cup and handle chart pattern, popular with CANSLIM investors to determine break-out points.
| L is for
My overview of the fifth CANSLIM investing criterion.
|They Got Mo':
My review of the Cabot Market Letter, a newsletter that uses momentum analysis extensively
Links to information about momentum analysis, relative price strength and market leadership.
A capsule description of the Cabot Market Letter, including pricing, subscription info and what you get with each issue.
| I is for
My overview of the sixth CANSLIM investing criterion.
Links to information on block trades and other sources of information on institutional sponsorship.
| M is for
Detecting a Market Top looks at signs that, according to O'Neil, indicate a market top is at hand.
Detecting a Market Bottom looks at signs that, according to O'Neil, indicate a market bottom is at hand.