How to premarket your stock portfolio
The first thing to do is create a simple list of stocks that you plan to buy and sell in the next couple weeks.
Then, use the following rules to set your strategy.1.
Invest in a company that will be profitable in the future.
This will help you avoid paying too much for a stock.2.
Focus on companies that have a strong brand or are owned by well-known brands, or which are highly profitable.3.
Don’t invest in companies that are listed on the stock exchange or are not actively traded.4.
Don,t invest in stocks with significant share dilution.5.
Focus your premarket strategy on companies with strong earnings growth and strong fundamentals, which you should be able to detect with some accuracy.6.
Invest only in companies with solid business plans and/or good cash flow potential.7.
Invest heavily in companies you have a good relationship with and have a positive opinion of.8.
Focus more on companies in the S&P500, which have good fundamentals and have been trending upward for a while.9.
Invest mainly in companies based in the US, the UK and Europe.10.
Invest at least 2% in companies which have high market capitalization.11.
Focus almost exclusively on companies listed on NASDAQ, the London Stock Exchange or other stock exchanges.12.
Buy stocks in the middle of the range of price ranges, especially for the first few weeks.13.
Invest primarily in companies trading on the secondary market.14.
Invest a lot in companies where there is little liquidity.15.
Invest less than 1% in stocks which are undervalued.16.
Invest most of your pre-market money in low-risk stocks that have good liquidity.17.
Don’t buy stocks with a lot of debt and a lot to sell.18.
Invest the majority of your money in a single stock or in multiple stocks at the same time.19.
Invest exclusively in companies whose earnings have been rising rapidly and where you expect them to be growing faster.20.
Don\’t invest more than 2% of your portfolio in a stock that is currently trading at a negative price.21.
Don”t invest any more than 1/3 of your fund in a stocks that are currently trading below its book value.22.
Don�t invest less than 5% of all your prefunds into a stock where there has been a decline in earnings or net profit.23.
Don t invest more in a non-US company that has an IPO in your region than in a US company that hasn’t yet.24.
Don”t invest as much as 5% in a foreign stock that has been trading at an overvalued price and where it has been unable to generate substantial earnings.25.
Dont invest for more than one stock at a time, as it can be hard to identify the best stock for your needs.26.
Don””t invest on the basis of the company”s prospects for the long-term, because these may not be accurate indicators of its ability to perform in the short-term.27.
Don don’t buy shares of companies which are not undervalued or have been trading below their book value for several years.28.
Don.”t invest directly in the company that the company has an outstanding, high-quality product.29.
Donn’t buy stocks that were listed in an industry you don”t directly engage with.30.
Don(t) invest in shares that are not listed on an exchange.31.
Don”””t buy shares with significant dilution, especially if they are trading below market value.32.
Don Don’t buy stock with a significant share price loss or negative earnings growth.33.
DonDon”t buy stock that traded at an undervalued price when the company was in financial distress.34.
Don invest in the majority, preferably all, of your investment.35.
Don Invest less money in companies in a range of prices than in companies at a low price.36.
Doninvest less than 3% of total your preinvests into stocks that trade below their intrinsic value.37.
DonInvest less than 4% of pre-invests in companies having a negative cash flow.38.
Don buy only stocks that can be reasonably expected to perform better in the long run.39.
Don focus on companies trading at higher levels of liquidity.40.
DonT invest more into stocks with high liquidity than in stocks that lack liquidity.41.
DonFocus your premeeting strategy on those stocks that, if they outperform their book values, have an outstanding business plan, a strong business foundation, a good liquidity profile and, if available, significant revenue growth.42.
Don investment in stocks based on the business potential of a company.43.
Don invested only in stocks listed on a major stock exchange.44.
Don make investments based on company fundamentals, rather than fundamentals that are specific to the company.45.
Dondon’t invest more money in stocks