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Stock Forecasts

Are you a long-term investor and curious about the potential prices of popular stocks in the next few years? Make sure to bookmark this collection and check back from time to time to see our newest additions to our growing list of stock forecasts.

What is stock market forecasting? Stock market prediction involves trying to determine the future value of a company stock or other type of security traded on an exchange. As you might imagine, successfully predicting a stock's future price could mean that you profit from it, and our goal is to do just that for you — to help you build a profitable portfolio.

How do we make stock market predictions? We use several techniques, including the reliable methods of fundamental analysis and technical analysis.

  • Fundamental analysis: This involves taking a careful look at a conglomerate of economic factors that influence the price of a stock. For example, we may look at balance sheets and income statements to review a company's assets, liabilities, and shareholder equity. This type of intel often tells us about long-term price movements.
  • Technical analysis: This can include taking a look at trends and trying to extract patterns based on historic price patterns in stock charts. Technical analysis means taking a look at various technical indicators to predict stock performance. Technical analysis involves using price trends, chart patterns, volume and momentum indicators, oscillators, moving averages and support and resistance levels.

Technical and fundamental analysis often works best in tandem to identify volume trends, including recently traded volume and to use that compiled data to gain additional insight. We track short-term movements and track reactions over time. It simply means we look at a chart of a specific stock to see how it has performed over time and use this analysis to make future predictions based on looking at patterns.

What do we know we need to be careful to watch out for when coming up with stock forecasts? Knowing that the fundamental and technical analysis can be flawed, history cannot predict future positive or negative data because it's from the past. In addition, charts don't always consistently forecast macro trends and you can always identify subjectivity in the charts because humans are the ones analyzing them.

These aren't easy concepts to grasp. However, we use top-of-the line technology to help you develop the right options based on fundamental strength, accumulation and characteristics based on qualitative and quantitative fundamental and technical analysis.

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