Our Investment Newsletters
What am I going to get when I subscribe?
You are going to get our stock pick ideas (watchlist) as well as our trades.
What is your strategy?
It's fairly simple. Buy low, sell high. How do I do It? Every day, I search for discounted stocks and I add them to my watch list or buy them if the price drop is frivolous. Whenever there is a stock market selloff, I refer to my watchlist and buy the most promising stocks. I don't own many stocks, only a few positions will do the trick so I don't trade often. I only buy and sell a few times a year.
Am I going to loose money?
It's not because I buy a stock that it's not going to go down so yes, it's possible. However, I buy good quality cash flow generating companies and over a long period of time, I should be doing fine although there is nothing guaranteed. Put is simply, I share my ideas it’s purely for your information. Also, always seek advice from registered investment advisors before investing and read this important disclaimer.
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First thing first, if you are not entirely satisfied with our newsletters, we will refund the unused part of your membership. Period. No question asked.
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Warren Buffett: "Socks or stocks, I like buying quality merchandise when it is marked down". That's essentially the way to money on stocks.
The more you pay, the sooner you get the newsletter. What's in it for you? Well, stocks have a tendency to fluctuate sharply on bad but unfounded news, sometimes giving only a few hours timeframe to buy the stocks. This is also true although longer during flash widespread stock market selloff, for example, the Brexit shock on June 24th+ 2016 which last a few days. So, the sooner you get into the trade, the better returns and the greater margin of safety.
We may not disclose company names and other relevant information to the "free" members as opposed to paid memberships that get the full trade details.
It's important to know when to sell too. Not particularly to maximize return but rather to get ready for the next stock market mark down. You always have to have some cash aside to react quickly to the next opportunity.