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- (1888PressRelease) February 11, 2012 - Raleigh, N. C - The Technology Stock Advisor, a weekly online newsletter for technology stock investors, published by Thomas Vass, an investment advisor located in Raleigh, N. C., announced today that two of its technology stock selections hit their price targets.
The two stocks were selected based upon a 2007 stock selection and portfolio management patent issued to Vass. The method of the patent explains what stocks to buy, the target buy price, the target sell price and the best asset allocation for an investor's risk profile.
After a stock has been selected by TSA, it is placed in one of three model portfolios, (A, B, C,), based upon a quality and risk rating. Stocks are added to a client account based upon the client's asset allocation goals and risk preferences, as stated in the client Investment Policy Statement (IPS).
After a stock target price is hit, the stock is assigned a new set of price targets to reflect the changed circumstances.
"Generally, we believe that it takes about three years from the date of capital investment in technology innovation in a company for the stock price to reflect the appreciation," said Vass. "The five year charts below (Yahoo Finance) show that the stock prices of both companies generally followed the theoretical insights of our patent," he added.
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Investment Disclosure: The past performance of an investment is no guarantee of future performance. All investments bear risk of loss of principal invested. There are no guarantees related to investing. Some of the stocks mentioned in this news release may be owned in the personal or business accounts of the investment advisor. For information about investment fees and advisory services, please download and read a copy of the investment advisor's ADV Part II Disclosure Document.
About Thomas Vass: Vass is fee-based investment portfolio manager located in Raleigh, N. C., and the author of Predicting Technology: Identifying Future Market Opportunities and Disruptive Technologies, (2007) which explains his theory of technology evolution. His theory formed the basis of his 2007 patent that explains his method for selecting technology stocks for inclusion in an investment account. For questions about portfolio management services, please contact 919 975 4856.