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General FAQ
What does "Quick Post" mean? What does
mean?
A "Quick Post" is when our team posts a stock that looks interesting but is pending further evaluation. They can be easily identified because they have the symbol shown above next to them. Some subscribers value timely information, rather than complete information so that is why our team will occasionally post stocks as soon as possible with a "Quick Post" with the intention to publish a "Full Post" in the near future.
What does "Favorite Post" mean? What does
mean?
A "Favorite Post" is when our team highlights a stock that we believe has very good long term potential and it should be easy to identify because you will see the symbol shown above next to the post. "Favorite Posts" typically highlight a stock with a high Disruption Score, or some favorable combination of technology, market and risk. "Favorite Posts" are only indicative of favorable long term potential based on our Disruption Score Analysis. The "Disruption Score" Analysis does not evaluate current valuations, and therefore "Favorite Posts" are not necessarily indicative of a good investment.
What does
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mean?
The exclamation mark icon shown above serves as a disclaimer. In the interest of full disclosure and transparency, this icon is added next to any "Featured Alert" or "New Post" that highlights a stock that one of our team members currently owns.
The Feed FAQ
What does "Bullish" mean? What does "Bearish" mean?
Bullish means that our team has reason to believe the stock is going to perform well in the near future. Bearish means that our team has reason to believe the stock is going to perform poorly in the near future. These are generalized opinions that are provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered investment advice that is tailored to your needs.
What does "Alert Price", "1-Week After", and "4-Weeks After" mean?
The "Alert Price" is the price of a stock the moment it was published in a "Featured Alert". The "1-Week After" and the "4-Weeks After" columns present data about the featured stock's price at market close 7 days, and 28 days after the Featured Alert. The columns contain data about the stock price at the specified day (at market close) and the %-change between the specified price and the "Alert Price".
What does "Original Price" mean?
The "Original Price" is the price of the stock when it was originally posted on this website.
Stocks FAQ
What does "Gain YTD" mean?
"Gain YTD" stands for gain year-to-date. This is a metric that shows the percent change between the price of a given stock on January 1st, at market open, to the current price of the stock.
How is the Disruption Score determined?
The Disruption Score is the average of the Technology Score, Market Score, and Risk Score. To learn more, please read this article.