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CAN SLIM

CAN SLIM Definition

The investment strategy of William J. O’Neil, the chairman and founder of Investor’s Business Daily. CAN SLIM is an acronym for seven characteristics which O’Neil found to be important for many of the best stock market winners in the past 50 years.

C = Current Earnings Growth
A = Annual Earnings Growth
N = New Products, New Services, New Management, New Price Highs
S = Supply and Demand
L = Leader or Laggard
I = Institutional Sponsorship
M = Market
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Investors.com - The CAN SLIM Investment Research Tool
AAII Journal - How to Use the CAN SLIM Approach to Screen for Growth Stocks
CANSLIM.net - A public information forum for followers of Investor's Business Daily founder William J. O'Neil's investment criteria and stock selection method.



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