The Power Of Growth Stocks by Andreas A. Aigner, PhD, & Walter Schrabmair
How can you measure the strength of a growth stock? Can this be quantified? Heres a way to help measure it using concepts from digital signal processing.
When we think of growth stocks, we think of stocks that consistently trend in price and that outperform the market average. They usually pay no or next to no dividend, as they save up earnings to expand their business ventures through development or aggressively buying out other businesses to consolidate or vertically integrate. By investing in this type of stock, you expect to profit from above-average market returns through price appreciation only ...