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- Let’s say you want to invest exclusively in stocks meriting a Weiss Investment Rating of A- (strong buy) or better that also pay a yearly dividend yield of at least 2%.
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- Or all stocks with a market cap of $1 billion or more and a Weiss Stock Rating of no more than D+ (sell) that may good candidates for short-selling or the purchase of put options.
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