Early Bull Market | Stock Market Video 3/8/2013

In this week's Stock Market Video, Paul Goodwin talks about the challenge of getting into a bull market early enough to make good use of it. It's always easier if you have a way (like Cabot's market timing indicators) to recognize the bull early on. A bull market is a great opportunity, but it also makes it necessary to pick your spots. Stocks discussed: Zillow (Z), Five Below (FIVE), LinkedIn (LNKD) and Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF).

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