Our Trading System Recently Flagged This Dividend Stock as a “Buy”

I’m going to do something today that I’ve never done before…

For those who don’t know, I’m the Co-Chief Investment Strategist of Maximum Profit — StreetAuthority’s proprietary trading system that’s designed to identify when a stock is about to deliver double- or even triple-digit gains in the coming days, weeks and months.

[ad#Google Adsense 336×280-IA]Every two weeks we publish an issue telling readers exactly which stocks to buy and which stocks to sell in our premium advisory.

Our readers pay good money for our research and so I can’t just give away all of our recent trades to the public.

It wouldn’t be fair to our paying subscribers.

But today I’m breaking that rule. That’s because after delivering a string of winners to our paying subscribers, I wanted to share one of our recent recommended trades with the public — so you can have the chance of profiting alongside us.

After discussing this with my editor, he gave me the go-ahead to let the cat out of the bag. I know this won’t always be the case, so make sure to pay close attention to the rest of this issue.

But before I give away our recent pick, it’s important to understand how our system is able to identify our trades.

Understanding The Maximum Profit System

In short, the Maximum Profit system uses a technical indicator known as relative strength (RS) that’s been proven to beat the market by traders and academics alike. We then combine it with a fundamental indicator (a proprietary algorithm based on cash flow) to ensure the company is financially healthy and growing its business.

To understand how this works, just look at one of our closed trades from last year on energy firm Sasol (NYSE: SSL).

The system flagged it in September 2013 right as the stock price was beginning to show an uptrend. As expected, it quickly jumped higher.

Then, after about a year, Sasol’s run came to an end. This caused its relative strength to drop, signaling a sell. Anyone who followed our signals earned a nice profit. Those who didn’t suffered a big loss.

I don’t have to tell you how much peace of mind this brings to our subscribers. With relative strength, you no longer have to fret and worry over whether you should sell or hold on to a stock.

The emotion is completely taken out of it.

You can sit back and follow proven buy and sell signals to get in and out.

So now that we’ve covered how our system works, let me share one of our recent picks with you.

Maximum Profit Just Flagged This Stock As A ‘Buy’

On January 16 we recommended readers buy shares of Corning (NYSE: GLW). This company has been around for about 160 years, and has been a part of, or invented, many of the things we use today — including the glass for Thomas Edison’s light bulb.

It’s one of the few businesses that has successfully reinvented itself on a regular basis, and even more remarkable is its success at taking a “failed” idea and applying it elsewhere — like it has recently.

In the late 1950s, Corning began experimenting with ways to strengthen glass. A big breakthrough came when company scientists found a way to make glass 14 times stronger than regular glass. But it wasn’t until the turn of the millennium when none other than Steve Jobs challenged the firm to make as much as possible of this newly-rebranded product, known as Gorilla Glass. This special glass became famous when it debuted on the first iPhone, other mobile devices and now tablet computers.

To put it simply, Corning has developed products that change the way we live… and it continues to do so. (For a glimpse of what the company expects the future will look like, watch this interesting video: A Day Made of Glass.)

You see, the company is an innovator, and has many exciting products propelling the company forward… Gorilla Glass is only one part of the story.

Now, just a few weeks ago Maximum Profit’s proprietary system flagged Corning as a buy. Our subscribers have already earned a modest gain on the stock, but like I said, I think it’s just getting started.

Although not all of our returns are likely to blow it out of the water, since launching the service in 2013 we’ve made some great trades. We’ve booked gains of 40%, 85% and even 181% all in less than 13 months, and our current holdings include stocks that are already up as much as 65% in less than eight months.

I’m excited that more readers are now aware of one of our favorite recent buys, Corning. But as I mentioned earlier, the trade is just getting started. And while some investors might be tempted to simply follow our recommendation and buy shares of Corning, collect its modest 2% dividend and leave it at that — knowing when to sell is equally as important as knowing when to buy.

Good investing,

Jimmy Butts


Source: Daily Dividends