First things first: find the trends and make sure you are on the right side of that trend. Below are 5 stocks with clear uptrends. I only include 5 because one should only stick to a handful of stocks and leave the rest for research. If you try and own or trade too many stocks, this can lead to overtrading which reduces profits due to trading costs, margin calls, inability to make clear and decisive decisions, etc.
So, sometimes it is more efficient to find 5-7 stocks and stick with them. Find your favorite stocks based on clear signals from your favorite technical indicators and with a clear uptrend/downtrend. Trade those stocks based on the trend lines - buy at bottom of trend, sell at top. Only introduce another stock if those favorable signals show signs of deterioration along with the break of the trendline.
During this time of trading your favorite stocks, there is always time for research, but the only time to enter into different stocks is if/when your technicals deteriorate and your trades start losing money. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
I like to use MACD's, STOCHASTICS, MONEY FLOW and ADX indicators for the technical indicators and I always make sure I can identify a uptrend channel. Here are a few of my favorite uptrend stocks that have been working.
COEUR D ALENE CP NEW(NYSE: CDE)
MercadoLibre, Inc.(NasdaqGS: MELI)
FREEPORT MCMORAN B(NYSE: FCX)
MICRON TECHNOLOGY(NYSE: MU)
GOLDMAN SACHS GRP(NYSE: GS)
Notcie the slope of each trend - the lower the degree of the angle, the less profitable and less risk. The higher the degree of trend, the more profitable but also more risk.
NOTE: Whether the market has more to correct or not, these stocks should continue on their trend unless they break through that bottom trendline. Yes, they are associated with the market but new stock leaders will turn before the market bottoms. Notice that many of the stocks have recently tested that bottom trend at a time the market has been correcting.