03
Jan
2012

What the Market Wants: The Sabrient Baker's Dozen

Today, the market had its best single-session move in more than two weeks. Spurred by a lack of economic data before the market open and positive performances in foreign markets, stocks opened up and stayed positive on better than expected economic data. The S&P 500 finished up +1.55%.

Sabrient is introducing the "Baker's Dozen" Top Stocks for 2012 in a free live InterActive Webcast, Thursday, January 5th at 1:30PT/4:30ET. Registration is free.

Each year, we compile a diverse group of stocks that display particularly high quality and growth potential relative to their peers and appear to be well-positioned to outperform going forward. We call them the Sabrient “Baker’s Dozen.” They are 13 stocks that represent a cross-section of sectors and industries, with particular focus on the highest ranked sectors from our proprietary SectorCast bottom-up scoring model. These 13 stocks score particularly well in our system, yet they are not necessarily the household names that you already know.

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Stock Ideas for this Market

Come to Sabrient's free live InterActive WebCast, where the Baker's Dozen will be revealed.

Until next week,

David Brown
Chief Market Strategist
Sabrient Systems, LLC.
Leaders in Investment Research
http://www.sabrient.com
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Disclaimer: This newsletter is published solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as advice or a recommendation to specific individuals. Individuals should take into account their personal financial circumstances in acting on any rankings or stock selections provided by Sabrient. Sabrient makes no representations that the techniques used in its rankings or selections will result in or guarantee profits in trading. Trading involves risk, including possible loss of principal and other losses, and past performance is no indication of future results.

What the Market Wants
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