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Read PRs of companies exhibiting an uptick in RS and/or a modest gap-up after earnings. Look for new product results, recent cost savings, industry trends. Come up with a rough growth estimate and compare it to the p/e and determine whether the stock is cheap based on a PEG basis and a relative basis to its peers. If it looks obviously cheap, that is a strong buy right away. Act fast to catch the wave of appreciation particularly if you see volume levels coming in.

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