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Five shares with upside

The market made a sprint finish to 2012 and has enjoyed a great start to 2013. In the spirit of this rally, we're taking a look at three complementary screens that use the principles of momentum investing and relative strength to pick stocks. The Growth, Value and Bargain screens in question were outlined by US technical research doyen Charles Kirkpatrick in his 2008 book Beat the Market: Invest by knowing what stocks to buy and what stocks to sell. The screens are based on the technique used by Mr Kirkpatrick to recommend stocks in The Market Strategist newsletter, which at the time boasted a 25-year record of outperforming the S&P 500 by 7.7 times - equivalent to turning $10,000 into $1m.

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By Algy Hall,
23 January 2013

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