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|Subject: Re: what is a pitch||Date: 4/10/2008 3:41 PM|
|Author: LurkyLurky||Number: 19 of 48|
I've gotten to the pick multiple stocks page and from there I'm
like....what. there are no instructions. Whats a pitch? Who do I
throw it to? Why aren't any of the stocks I placed in the box with the commas showing up? As you can see I'm just lost. would someone direct me to a page with real directions not that short list of questions that expand when you click on them.
Try typing the stocks in upper case, separated only by commas (no spaces).
A pitch is your reason for making the pick you're making, or the argument you would use to persuade others to do the same. You don't have to enter a pitch--it's optional. You would be throwing it to whomever would read it. I believe it's a sales term.
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