how to determine which stock will go up in value?

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    Suffice to say that companies with the biggest growth rate, in the right demographic trend, ones that tend to dominate its industry, reasonable Price/earnings ratio, highly demanded product with great service, and not overly strapped with heavy debt, should be looked at for purchase.

    A good example is Apple Computer.  It incorporates all the things that young people and baby boomers would like to have such as social networking, music, movies, connectivity, art, etc. into one tiny machine.  They are dominant and often times use their own platform to the point of being close to monopolistic.  They are so creative, so much so that every Apple user swearst that Apple makes an apparatus just for him and nobody else in the world.



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