CHICAGO, Sept. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Steve Reitmeister, Executive VP of Zacks Investment Research, posted the first recommendations today from his new value stock investment strategy.
This initial group of stocks and ETFs are designed to profit from a struggling market. At the same time, the Reitmeister Value Investor is tracking a Watch List of companies selling at 25-50% discounts based on traditional value criteria. Then, it will use earnings-estimate-based Zacks Rank signals to pounce on those stocks just as Wall Street begins to recognize their true worth.
Reitmeister views the present market as "the opportunity of a lifetime for value investors." General fears are holding down the prices of a few exceptional companies. Buying them at the right time could result in substantial long-term gains for those with the patience to ride them to their maximum potential.
The gains, in fact, can be extreme. For example, 30-bagger Priceline (PCLN) and 20-bagger Amazon (AMZN) have been in Reitmeister's family trust account since 2001. He used the same when-to-buy and how-long-to-hold principles that are now at play in the new service.
About Zacks Investment Research
Zacks Investment Research was formed in 1978 by Leonard Zacks. As a Ph.D. from M.I.T., Len knew he could find patterns in stock market data that would lead to superior investment results. Among his many accomplishments was the formation of his proprietary stock picking system, the Zacks Rank, which continues to outperform the market by a 3-to-1 margin. Click here for full details about the new Zacks Reitmeister Value Investor http://at.zacks.com/?id=http://at.zacks.com/?id=9129
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