Most First-Stage Bases Provide Best Launch Pad For Top Gains

February 2015
Investors Business Daily;2/27/2015, pB04
The article focuses on the first-stage base in a bull market as the best place for stocks and investors to get in for top gains. It mentions internet search firm Yahoo! Inc. as an example of a first-stage base top performer, gaining more ground after building new basis in the summer of 2007 and early 1998 while traders went through bear market in the fall of 1998.


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