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C.J. Coletta & Company, Inc. provides active money management services on a discretionary and non-discretionary basis for individuals as well as, institutional clients. Our clients may select from a range of investment management programs for individually managed accounts.
Aggressive Growth Programs
CJCC’s view is that if we are going to manage a portion of our client’s assets by placing them at risk in the stock market through our internally developed investment programs, we will strive to maximize the return on those assets by seeking opportunities with the highest potential returns. CJCC’s stock selection process for our internally developed programs leverages some of the tenets upon which the CAN SLIM® Investment Discipline is based.
The CAN SLIM® Investment Discipline is the result of the research done by William J. O’Neil, founder of William O’Neil + Co. Incorporated and Investors Business Daily, in his studies of the top performing stocks over the past eight market cycles to identify stocks with the potential for outsized returns—the leaders—as well as companies that may under perform the market—the laggards. Our focus is on achieving profits through aggressive equity investing and trading while mitigating risk through diversification, hedging, and money management.
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