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Stock market Portfolio strategy - High earnings- Low earnings ( Buy Rating )

What is your stock market Portfolio strategy ?


Is there a best stock market portfolio strategy for 2007 ?

In our endeavour to double our money every one believes in thier own little idea of which stocks to pick to doublw thier earnings and portfolio size..Everyone has a strategy to increase the size of those $$$ in thier portfolio , Everyone has a Buy recomedation for thier favorite stock.what is your strategy .... is it a mix of mid caps ( medium companies ) and established companies ( eg CBA , bhp, Rio ) the right mix or is a portfolio of Ipo or low prices shares a good return ? Looking Back we can see that The australian Newspaper has got some stocks right for thie 2007 stock top picks with thier forecasts.



Our Australian Stock picks for 2007 / 2008



( ALL BUY , BUY, BUY RATING )




Below is my 5 picks for Each sector that will take well into the ++ margin into 2007 - 2008 given thier price history ( yeh i know some pundits will be smirking on that one ) , yield , and growth potential and Future outlook for the company and australian market growth.


SO HERE ARE MY STOCK PICKS for 2007 - 2008


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Large Stocks ( 30 $ and over )




BHP Billiton




ANZ Bank




CBA Bank




Woolworths




Leighton Holdings







Mid Cap Stocks ( under $ 30 )




Australian wealth management ( AUW )




Oxiana (OXR)




Bluescope steel ( BSL )




Westpac bank ( WBC)




Suncorp metway (SUN )







Low Caps ( Under 30 $ and below )




Pacific brands ( PBG )




Mount gibson iron ( MGX )




Aurox Resources ( AXO )




I M Medical ( IMI )




WHK group ( WHG )


This is a portfolio below that i started roughly 2 months ago.. there is already a profit of $ 11896 on this portfolio








Below again is a snapshot of same porfolio in amother comsec portfolio view













In other news http://www.tradingroom.com.au has just started the Mobile alerts service .It costs 0.55 cents a alert and you can adjust you alerts for any number of shares you want and to be alerted for any price or percentage change on a share. Its a prretty good service if you are on the move and want to be notified of you share movement for orders placed or palning to be placed in the market
Sounds pretty good except if you are not having enough money coming out of you share Investment and you have too many alerts you can be paying off quite a bit on a monthly basis

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