For more than 50 years we have been perfecting our own unique method of stock analysis, the O’Neil Methodology (OM), which uncovers stocks with the most potential to generate alpha. In the 1960s, William J. O’Neil developed the OM based on his historical studies of past big stock winners. He saw certain characteristics and movements repeatedly emerge before stocks made their big price moves. He noted things like accelerating revenue and earnings growth, high relative strength, increasing trading volume, new products or management, and industry group strength. Those characteristics form the basis of the OM, which we still use to uncover stocks poised to make big moves to this day. Mr. O’Neil published his findings in several volumes of his Model Book of Greatest Stock Winners, which aggregates fact-based evidence on more than 1,000 winning stocks all the way back to the 1880s. Market cycle after market cycle, we see that the characteristics and movements of past winning stocks still define the big winners of today.

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