FINDING NEW STOCKS TO RESEARCH
Tips on research methods for finding your next big investment
How can you make educated choices when buying stocks as an individual investor?
Our partners Brian Feroldi and Brian Stoffel broke down their favorite methods (including our screener). Here are 5️⃣ great tips they shared:
1️⃣ Researching your favorite fund managers is a lesser-known way to find smart investment ideas. For example, if you are a fan of Cathie Wood’s ARK funds, go on the hunt for what other funds her management company runs. 👀
2️⃣ ETFs are a great way to find stocks! Some are focused on high growth, while others are built for the lowest risk. You can find many ETFs in basically any industry you can think of! Look for how much a position is weighted to understand the management’s conviction. 💰
3️⃣ IPOs are a very interesting way to find exciting new investments. By researching either up-and-coming public companies or the latest newcomers on the market, you can find fresh new investments going public for convincing reasons. 📊
4️⃣ Stock Card’s screener is an easy way to narrow down your list of potential stocks to buy. Want to research some mid-cap AI tech companies with high sales growth and a good ROI? These filters (and MANY more) make the screener a powerful tool.
5️⃣ As the wise Brian Feroldi once said, “Finding stocks is one thing, knowing whether or not you should add them to your portfolio is another!” There are many ways to find interesting investments, but your due diligence is a must.
Check out the rest of their convo here:
BONUS PARTNER PORTFOLIO
Brian uses these methods to find stocks for analysis, which you can find on Stock Card
💥 Bonus💥 Brian Stoffel’s Anti-fragile Portfolio is made of stocks that can thrive during market downturns. He adds each worthy stock after they analyze them on YouTube. Follow it here to know about his next updates! ⬇️