Philosophy Behind The Woodyard Gap Report
The Woodyard Gap Report identifies stocks
that have gapped in price, either up or down, from the previous trading day.
These price gaps are usually attributed to a singular event that causes the
price to change precipitously in a single day.
Stocks tend to make our reports when companies have a real or perhaps a
perceived problem. These problems can be a reaction to the economy in general, a
particular industry, the company itself or any number of other events.
Additionally, the market sometimes overreacts to these problems. That can enable
our subscribers to profit even more from their stock trades. We will mainly
discuss the stocks that have the potential to go up in price and in general the
opposite applies to the stocks that have the potential to go down in price.
After a stock makes our report
One of three actions can occur. First, the stock price may reverse and go back
up. Secondly, the stock may trade in a narrow price range. Or, the stock price
may continue to go down.
Buy The Stock Now
If your research indicates that the stock has gone down in price to a level that
makes the stock a good value then you should consider buying the stock now.
Buy The Stock Later
Our preferred method is to monitor the stocks that are of interest to us. Some
of those stocks often continue to go down in price over time. By monitoring this
slide in price, we may be able to buy the stock at a price that is closer to the
low than if we were to buy the morning after the stock was listed in
The Woodyard Reports.
Conventional wisdom says that you must be watching the market at all times and
be ready to make a trade at a moments notice. We, however, think a more relaxed
approach is equally effective. Our preferred method enables us to buy stock
without continuously monitoring the market on an hour-by-hour or
at the Right Price!
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