written by reader The ABR Indicator Signals Stock Moves With 85% Accuracy

By pereca30001, June 3, 2013

I just received an email from Uncommon Wisdom to watch a teaser video for their Blue Chip Option Alert service. In the video, stock analyst Tony Sagami talks about the ABR Incicator (that is what he calls it…I don’t know if that is it’s real name or not.). He says it is found on the stock sheets of big, safe, trouble free companies. He says it tells ”what % of a company’s revenue is coming from this source and he calls it the ABR indicator. He indicated that the higher it is indicates that a stock is about to make a short term move. He then goes into using options to increase your returns.
Now I was wondering if anyone knows what this indicator is and how effective it really is in signaling moves. I didn’t really want to pay $1,600 a year just to see if it really was a useful tool or not. Any ideas out there.
Thanks ahead of time for any help at all.

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Larry’s macro economic view of metals is useful, as they are on a general uptrend as a result of monetary policy. The problem I see is that he tries to trade short to medium term moves in metals, and is usually wrong. When he recommends shorting metals, and they go up – you can lose some big bucks. Sean Broderick is their other metals guy, and his track record is similar. In 2010 when gold was about $1300, Larry advised shorting it – and steadfastly told his subscribers every week gold was going to tank – and that he was… Read More »

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I’ll monitor my trades very closely. Check back every month or so and I’ll tell you how I’m doing. Thank you for your input.

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The indicator is probably named after the geographic Regionality of its Greatest Revenue Source, ie. “ASIA BACKED REVENUE”, thus; ABR indicator. China’s Stock market woes is probably a result of a Chinese YUAN Strengthening Trend which began upon its float on the Foreign Exchange Market and the controlled widening of the daily trading band, as I’ve said before, a Country’s Currency Index and its Stock Indexes have an opposite correlation, as the Country Currency Index Strengthens, The Country’s Stock Index Declines and Vice Versa, as the Country’s Currency Index Weakens, the Country’s Stock Indexes Appreciate as a general rule of… Read More »

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Another thought on the indicator name, it could be APPLE Based Revenue, but then again maybe that’s another idea that can be explored, maybe even narrow it down to a Product Based Revenue indicator, but that would require SEC Rules to require Public Corps to detail their financial reports, probably won’t ever happen… But if you ever had a Hot Product from any company to follow, an indicator to find the revenues linked to that product would be a plus…

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http://www.zacks.com/help/about_abr.php ABOUT ABR RANK IN INDUSTRY You should always place your money in the best stocks in the best industries. When you understand the value of brokerage research, then you will start that journey by first exploring the Industry Rank by ABR list to find those top industries. Step two leads you here, to the ABR Rank in Industry, where you will find the most attractive stocks in those hot industries. What is the ABR? As the name implies the ABR will show you the Average of Brokerage Recommendations on a given stock. The benefit is that you quickly get… Read More »

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Perhaps somebody should work on a fundamental indicator named “EPSPT”, Electronic Payment Systems Product Tracker, OR “VMCPST”, Visa Mastercard Product Sales Tracker. The data already exists without divulging privacy of the purchaser, I’m only interested in the numbers of specific products sold in real time, and that data can be traced down to all components of a product and each component’s manufacturers and sales, distribution related companies and can be used for better projections of quarterly & annual manufacturer & retailer profits by industry, by company, by products, and thereby produce better data for better share price projected forecasts.

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