|By PR Newswire||
|April 14, 2014 09:31 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- InvestorsObserver.com releases its Stocks To Watch guide.
To see what our analysts have discovered about these stocks read the InvestorsObserver's Stocks To Watch guide at http://www.investorsobserver.com/stw/41020142. (Note: You may have to copy this link into your browser then press the [ENTER] key.)
The following stocks are featured in the Stocks To Watch guide: Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ), General Electric (NYSE: GE), Home Depot (NYSE: HD), and Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT).
InvestorsObserver's Stocks To Watch guide provides investors with critical information on stocks that may be poised for a significant move. Each report features our thoughts on what could happen with the stock in the near future, technical analysis, and several hedged trade ideas. We give investors the tools they need to protect their portfolios against uncertainty.
"In addition to brief stock analysis and commentary, the Stocks To Watch guide also provides several strategies and insight on how to ensure your investments are protected with basic hedging techniques," said Brent Archer, InvestorsObserver analyst. "Our guide contains information that can benefit both expert and novice investors considering these stocks."
The Stocks To Watch Guide is available to investors at http://www.investorsobserver.com/stw/41020142. (Note: You may have to copy this link into your browser then press the [ENTER] key.)
InvestorsObserver.com is an online newsletter which focuses on the U.S. equities and options markets. Our analytical tools, screening techniques, rigorous research methods and committed staff provide solid information to help subscribers make the best possible investment decisions. For more information, go to www.investorsobserver.com.
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