My list of stocks that only go up represent those stocks that buck bearish markets and only move higher as a result. These stocks show long-term trend lines that have been rock solid in the past, so for the most part, its going to take something dramatic for the in-place upward trends to be broken.
Ideal way to use this list is to wait for stocks to pullback off of their high to their existing long-term trend line and stage your buys there to minimize risk and maximize reward.
Ryan (@shareplanner) specializes in swing trading strategies and is the founder of SharePlanner which he created to help and teach others on how to trade stocks better using multiple approaches and time frames. Each day you can count on Ryan to provide his trading advice as well as transparency in every trade that he makes. Ryan Mallory resides in Central Florida. More >>
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