Welcome to StockTips.com! We are a group of young industry professionals providing a hip new prospective on investing in stocks. We pride ourselves in being completely unbiased.
What makes StockTips different from everyone else?
2 major factors separate us from our competition. The first is very simple, we never ever receive any compensation for the companies we are featuring. We pride ourselves in being unbiased, and providing you with the right choices to make informed decisions in the markets. The second factor is part of our secret sauce, but we will tell you about it so you can get an idea as to how we work. We have signed up for just about every single stock newsletter out there. We get literally thousands of emails per week from these different providers touting various companies as being the best thing since sliced bread. Some of these promoters are ethical, some are not. To us it doesn’t matter their business practices; it only matters whether they are or are not effective in their research and their reach to their audience.
We have literally over 300 newsletter and stock promoters in our database. Every single time one of our thousands of monitored email addresses receives and email from one of these promoters, the email is examined for 2 things:
First the email is examined for the stock symbol it is promoting.
Second the email is examined for the source of the sender – meaning the name of the promoter or newsletter provider (we will get to why in a minute).
Now our advanced system takes both of these pieces of information (we won’t bore you with the mathematics behind it), and plugs it into our servers. The symbol is examined for its trading pattern, and the newsletter provider (stock promoter) is examined for previous performance on other pieces we have received from them in the past.
We take 3 things into consideration on each providers past experience, dollar volume traded and stock price appreciation (depreciation in some cases) during the time that provider was featuring the company. And finally we look at the long term stock price of the company after all features have been finished and look for signs of pump and dump schemes.