Insider Tip: Advancement Stocks

by David Jenyns on May 18, 2009

Advancement stocks are much in demand, and are especially attractive to the investor who is more interested in capital gains than income.

What is a advancement company? There is some argument as to whether advancement is based upon research alone, since a number of advancement examples show a steady increase in earnings and also in the equity per share, without extensive research programs.

It is true that many of the present-day advancement companies, as exemplified by the chemicals, have far-reaching research programs; but it is equally true that some other advancement companies have lacked well-organized research.

Before selecting an advancement situation the investor must realize that he may be assuming considerable risk.

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