Our goal is to provide investors with unbiased
research and trading ideas, so when we post analysis to our
website, we do so because our proprietary research determined that the subject
of our analysis (equity, index, etc.) has a good chance of reversing a prior
All mutual funds profiled within this website are expected to outperform
their peer group over the long-term, since they have performed better than the average
fund in their category (as defined by Morningstar) over several time periods,
as well as meeting other criteria.
Our full criteria for choosing the stocks, mutual funds, options, etc.
profiled within ChartWatchCentral’s website is proprietary.
While we do everything in our
power to ensure the accuracy and reliability of information provided to
members, we cannot 100% guarantee it, since some data within our commentaries,
analysis, momentum forecasts, etc. is provided by third-parties.
In addition, when we profile a security whose price we expect to reverse direction, we do everything in our power to project
accurate price targets, as well as precise stop loss prices. Though we make
every effort to be perfectly on the mark, please realize that price targets and
stop losses are figures that are very difficult to predict perfectly. There
have been many occasions when we have posted a stock or index commentary and
then removed it from the active list because it reached our price target, only
to watch it continue in the direction we predicted. Many of our postings have
risen or fallen well beyond our original price target after they were removed
from the active list. That said, even though we may have removed an opportunity
from the active list, there is a possibility that the move we predicted may or
may not have completed at the time we removed it. For example: We posted
Broadvision (BVSN) to the site on December 4, 2001 as a downside bet,
and then removed it in early February 2002, after it had fallen 34%. After we
removed it from the list, it continued falling, and eventually hit $2.70, which
was 90% below the price on the posting date. What we are saying is that we
usually remove a posting when our price objective is reached, and many times
the price continues to move further in that same direction. On occasion, a pick
might fail to meet our expectations and fall short
of our price target, or even worse, move in a direction
which is opposite to what we anticipated. That said,
you should perform
your own research prior to investing in anything posted on our site, so you
will not be blindly investing in anything. If you are planning to
invest in any of what we post to our website, we would prefer that you have
some technical analysis experience, so you could use that experience to determine
for yourself, whether our pick meets your personal goals and risk tolerance.
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