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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tructor
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June 3, 2013 10:25 am

I wonder about Sagami’s “ABR Indicator” also. He is a member of the usually reliable Weiss Group. Thanks

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rmuthup
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rmuthup
June 12, 2013 2:08 pm
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“…usually reliable”, and “weiss group” are two phrases that I thought I would never see in a sentence together.

Their recommendations based on impending financial doom/cataclysm in from 2008-2012 were injurious to your financial health!

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BH
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BH
June 12, 2013 2:23 pm
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Which services did you subscribe to? The Uncommon Wisdom products have done very well… I don’t see a problem.

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Warf
August 5, 2013 9:52 am
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Agree ,their metal predictions are spooky good.

Havanese
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Havanese
June 27, 2013 10:45 am
Reply to  tructor

Since no one has actually answered the original question, the “ABR” Sagami refers to is his own term for something like “Asian Business Reference,” or something like that. I don’t remember the exact term, and don’t want to have to sit through another long video to find out. Basically, the “indicator” refers to the percentage of business a company does with Asia. You can find this out by reading its annual report. Guess what? If a company did a lot of business with China in the last 10 years, it probably did very well. That’s all the “indicator” tells you. Now that China has tanked, I notice he’s not touting the ABR indicator anymore. Now he’s advertising his Blue Chip Options subscription instead.

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advantedges
June 3, 2013 7:03 pm

Robert – was that sarcasm we heard with your Weiss comment? That group has missed this market since 2009, but has ridden gold and silver down the past year — reliable?

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John Z in AZ
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John Z in AZ
June 4, 2013 4:31 pm

The Average Brokerage Recommendations (ABR Indicator) is stock research class 101
Save your money, paper trade before you decide to follow others recommendations

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BH
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BH
June 12, 2013 2:25 pm
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John, ABR does not stand for Average Brokerage Recommendations did you just make this up? You clearly didn’t get this from his promo or his service…

Jeff J
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Jeff J
June 6, 2013 5:03 pm

john z,
Don’t think so. I can’t see Average Broker Recommendation tying up with this statement from Sagami’s teaser (and the opening post) :

‘Put simply, it shows you what percent of corporate revenue is coming from a certain income stream … one that mostly large companies have access to.’

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Bob K.
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June 11, 2013 10:55 am

The Weiss Group has a cash flow problem. Otherwise, why do they constantly tout one another’s services. They remind me of another street industry. Their services are not inexpensive.

BH
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BH
June 12, 2013 2:17 pm
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Can you substantiate they have a cash flow problem? Or was this just something you made up?

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Naquadah
June 13, 2013 10:22 am
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All the financial newsletter publishers aggressively cross market their newsletter so I doubt that its a sign that they have a cash flow problem based on that fact.

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BH
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