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Bid-Asked Spread (aka "Bid-Offer Spread")
In any securities transaction (even on an electronic exchange) there is a prospective buyer who puts out a “bid” price at which he will buy the security and a prospective seller who offers to sell the security at the offer or asking price. The spread is the amount by which the ask (or offer) price exceeds the bid.
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Looking to cash in on timely tax loss selling and portfolio window dressing? These 10 year-end bounce stock picks represent the worst performers in the S&P 500 during calendar 2014, adjusted somewhat so that there is good diversification by industry group.
George Putnam has always followed the same straight-forward and highly-profitable investment philosophy. He published his first Turnaround Letter issue back in 1986, and readers have seen extraordinary long-term stock profit ever since.
In fact, 12 of 2014's 13 closed-out purchase recommendations saw gains--with five of those enjoying total returns greater than 100%. The Turnaround Letter's average return for 2014's stock picks is +82%:
2014 Closed Out Purchase Recommendations
* Calculation includes dividends and price changes between purchase recommendation and current price.
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