Many investors won’t buy a stock unless it shows “relative strength,” in other words, has been rising more than its peers lately. They are missing some great buying opportunities. Sometimes, I believe, the best time to buy a stock is when it is down. That’s why each quarter I compile a “Casualty List” of stocks that have been wounded and that I think have excellent recovery potential. This is the 62nd Casualty List I’ve prepared, beginning in 2000. The average 12-month gain on the past lists (which can be calculated for 58 columns) has been 18.5%. That compares with 10.2% for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index……..