The Green Baron Report Selected Two Stocks for The January Effect 2011 ““ You Won’t Believe What Happened
The Green Baron Report at TheGreenBaron.com, selects two stocks every December that it believes will rally dramatically in January due in part to The January Effect. The January Effect is a calendar-related anomaly in the financial market where financial security prices increase in the month of January. You won’t believe what The Green Baron’s two stock picks did this year.
Los Angeles, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) January 26, 2011
Evergreen Marketing, Inc., home of The Green Baron Report at TheGreenBaron.com, makes it a habit each year to select two stocks that it believes will rally in January due in part to The January Effect. The January Effect is a calendar-related anomaly in the financial market where financial security prices increase in the month of January. The most common theory explaining this phenomenon is that individual investors, who are income tax-sensitive and who disproportionately hold small stocks, sell stocks for tax reasons at year end (such as to claim a capital loss) and reinvest after the first of the year.
On December 28, 2010, The Green Baron Report issued two stocks ideas that it believed would rally at least 100% in January; The first stock was released to members at .014 per share and by January 13 it hit a high of .064 per share on volume of over 11 million shares traded that day, a move of as much as 357%.
Editor in Chief Matt Chipman stated, “We spoke to one of our Green Baron members that bought one of our January Effect stocks at .015 based on our commentary and sold at .055 per share on January 13. His gain was a mere 266%. This is just one example that our results are real and our members can profit greatly from our stock suggestions.”
The other stock selected was featured at .07 per share. It is still trading near this price as of the closing on Monday, January 24, 2011. In an update to shareholders on December 3, 2010, the company announced it would likely become fully reporting in January, 2011, they have $630 million in outstanding contract bids, they will complete the sale or liquidation of a manufacturing entity, will distribute a spin-off, that could provide $50 million in revenue in 2011 and over $1 billion in revenue over the next 10 years. These numbers are just staggering, and keep in mind the stock is still just a seven cents as of today. The real question is; with numbers like these, where is this little .07 stock headed? The Green Baron Report believes it knows. And it’s telling it’s readers to get ready.
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