What if you could have it all?
This is the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday April 3rd, 2013
This is not basic training on the how to of trading stocks. I can give all that information to you for free. Having that information will not make you consistently profitable in the market. If you are a complete newbie, I will move you up fast and tell you everything you need to know, but that's not what I'm selling. I'm selling my methodology.
All stocks are different. You have to be in the right stocks all the time. It doesn't matter whether the general market is going up or down. There are opportunities all the time. I will tell you exactly how to find these stocks so that you can do it on your own. It's not random and it's not by a stock-picking guru. In order to find these stocks you have to look for a certain set of criteria, and I will tell you exactly what that is.
My strategy is working stocks like a chess game. Everyone has different levels of playing the game. Once a stock moves then I make my move. My strategy is equal to a genius chess player. If you played chess against a genius chess player, how many time would you win?
Another thing you'll ask: Stocks are risky, so how risky is this? I will definitely agree that stocks are very risky if you don't know what you are doing. My strategy does not try to pick bottoms by trying to find the absolute bottom, lowest price. It does not mean that every time I buy a stock, it will immediately shoot up and never go against me. But overall you will be consistently profitable. My strategy manages risk. That does not mean being risk-averse. My strategy is very aggressive, and it is required in order to make large gains.
This is a strategy that once you learn it, you don't need my expertise in order for you to make buying and selling decisions. If you still need it, and want me to give you confirmation of a decision before you make it or tell you what I think about it, you have unlimited access to my direct line, email, or chat. If I wanted to say how much it'd be to provide my stock knowledge to someone I'd say it'd be $2,500 per hour, but I'm allowing you access to talk to me without charging money.
Who am I? I'm an accomplished professional stock trader. I know how it's done. I'm selling my strategy and methodology that I have mastered over years.
This is my own methodology. It is not copied from anyone else.
It's not enough to just know what TO do. You also have to know what NOT to do.
You need to know what to buy, when to buy it, and when to sell it. I know it all.
There are certain times to trade, and certain times not to trade.
There are two time frames that I look at, and I align these two time frames.
There is one indicator that I look at that is on all my stock charts.
This does not take a huge time commitment. You can do everything in one hour per day.
This does not require expensive software or a subscription to a real-time data feed. I know that there is a lot of trading software that costs a lot of money. The most valuable software that I use is absolutely free and it gives me everything that I need that a paid software does. In terms of what I need, there is no advantage of a paid software over the free software that I use.
I will tell you the cheapest stock broker that you should open an account with.
In order to make money in the market, you have to have money to invest. The absolute minimum is $500 and the maximum is $100,000. There actually is no maximum. If you want to start with $1 million, you'll get the same results. The strategy does have limits. If you start with $500, you will not make a million dollars overnight. In terms of time frame, this strategy will yield a 50-100% return over a 1-year period. A 50% return is a cake walk. There is no way that the average person or a newbie could ever do this consistently, but with the knowledge of my strategy, it is possible. So if you start with $500, expect to make $250-$500 in 1 year. If you start with $100,000, expect to make $50,000-$100,000 in 1 year. I recommend that you start out with $10,000 - $25,000 to most effectively take advantage of big stock moves and to prove to yourself that my methodology works consistently.
I will explain the concept of multiple leverage factor. This is not something that you can Google to figure out what it is. It is very important and without that knowledge you will make little to no money.
My strategy mostly focuses on buying, but this strategy works exactly the same for shorting stocks. It is the exact opposite.
I'm going to tell you a *free* secret that you will not find anywhere else, not even Google. You see my friend, the stock market is a computer program. Contrary to popular belief, stocks are *not* a free market moved by buying and selling. No one will ever tell you this and you will not ever read this anywhere else. Stocks are moved by a computer program which attempts to randomize their movement. It doesn't even matter if you believe me or not or can prove whether I am right or wrong. In the stock market it means nothing to be right or wrong. But since I have known this, it's given me a leading edge. All stock movements behave in the same manner. It doesn't matter what stock it is.
Another *free* secret. Popular belief about stocks is that if a company does well, the stock will do well. Each stock has a ticker symbol which represents a company. A stock's movement or performance itself has no correlation to anything about the company. It doesn't matter if you believe this or not. Remember, it is not about being right, or proving anything, it is about making money in the market.
Another *free* secret: when good news comes out, a stock goes up, and when bad news comes out, a stock goes down. This is *NOT* true at all. Bad news can come out and the stock shoots up just the same as good news can come out and a stock shoots down. I pay very little attention to the newswires that come out about a company. Company newswires do not affect my buying and selling decisions.
You might have heard the saying 'past performance is not indicative of future results.' Sure, that's true, but the historical pattern of a stock is the biggest clue that I have in order to know what to buy, how much profit to anticipate, and by when.
You will hear the media say things like 'Dow Jones fell 500 points on news of _____________.' By them saying this, it is implying that whatever the news was made the Dow do something. This is entirely untrue. Those people are news reporters, they are not traders.
Some people do extensive fundamental analysis researching the ins and outs of companies in order to make buying decisions. This is not what I do.
I do technical analysis only. I don't care what the name of the company is, whether I like them, have ever heard of them, like their product, or whether the company is profitable or not. My opinion about any company does not matter.
Your opinion of the market or a stock does not matter.
There is only *ONE* key word that will send a stock crashing to $0 very quickly. If you hear a rumor or hear anything about that key word about a company, do not trade that company's stock! This is an example of knowing what NOT to do in order to save you from losses. Other news and events that 'appear' to move a stock are only temporary mark ups or mark downs.
You'll ask, why am I not one of those well known guys like Warren Buffet, George Soros, Steve Cohen, Sir John Templeton, Peter Lynch, Philip Fisher, etc. They all have access to multi-millions or billions of dollars to invest in the market. They run hedge funds or mutual fund companies with investor's money. I don't need to be those guys or do what they do. I don't need to advertise myself to get a pool of outside investors. If I had a $1 billion dollars, and per my strategy I made a return of $1 billion dollars in one year, I would be the biggest, most well-known successful stock trader in the world, just for the sheer nature of the amount of profit that I was able to make in that amount of time. If I start with $2,000 and make $4,000 in a 1 year period, that is the same return. It is a 100% return, but to say that I made $4,000 in a year, no one cares! In this industry, a 100% return is very very rare and I doubt any of these people are making a 100% return or greater in a 1-year period. They have a lot of money because they have a lot of money to make it from.
You can Google infinitely and you never find a complete fool-proof strategy that is consistently profitable. It is not in any published book. For a trading mentor, people will charge $5,000-$10,000. Even if you get a mentor, there is no guarantee that you will make it.
This strategy is what I currently do with my own trading and it's proprietary. I can guarantee that you won't fail with my methodology, and once you learn it, you will become consistently profitable. It's completely *fool-proof*! If I asked $10,000 for my methodology, that would be completely reasonable for the level of information that I am providing. In the market, if you do the wrong thing, trade at the wrong time, don't know what you're doing, you can lose $10,000+ in 30 seconds.
I heard about this story about one guy who bought the Facebook IPO soon after it came out. His name is Mark Cuban. You can Google it and the story is still around. The Facebook IPO was a pretty hyped-up, pretty well-known that the IPO was coming out. My strategy is not getting in an IPO right when it comes out and believing all the hype. He had a lot of money to invest and he invested seven-figures in this Facebook IPO. Lo and behold, after the IPO came out at $42.05, it went as high as $45, and it dropped to $17.55 over the next four months. He bought 50,000 shares at $33, it dropped some more and he bought another 50,000 shares at $31.97, it went up some and he bought another 50,000 shares at $32.50. He had a lot of leverage, but he didn't understand leverage to make it work in his favor. His average price was 150,000 shares at $32.49. If he used my strategy, he would not have done what he did, he would not have taken a huge loss, he would not have bought on the first day or first few days after the IPO, he would not have bought at those prices, and he would have a pretty big profit. Having a lot of money does not mean that you will make smart trades and that those trades will put the odds in your favor for profitability. So at his position of 150,000 shares at $32.49, by the stock dropping $5, he was down -$750,000. I don't know what specific price he sold it at, but I know that he took a huge loss. That's why his story became news! The reason why he sold the position is because he traded on emotions. First, he wanted to be part of a big company's IPO, and thought that by getting in soon after the IPO that the stock would just shoot straight up and he would make so much money. Then after making the trades, the loss was so big, and he got scared of making more losses, and scared that the stock was not going to go up higher than his $32.49 price. He didn't work the position per the amount of money he had to invest properly, and didn't know what to do once the stock went against him. If he held his position for 8 months, he would have been able to sell his entire position at break-even. Looking at the entire chart since the IPO, $32.49 is a horrible price. If he used my strategy, it would have made the difference between profitability and a huge loss. My strategy is solid and robust. If I was trading this Facebook IPO and had the same amount of money, I would guarantee I would make it a profitable trade.
I'm selling my complete methodology for $2,000. I think this is a very fair price for the level of skill and knowledge I have in the market. You will be able to gain far more value in your trading account than what you pay for the strategy. I said that my time for market knowledge is worth $2,500 per hour, and my methodology took years to master. I also said that mentors and training programs can cost anywhere from $5,000-$10,000 and there is still no guarantee that you'll make it. I am very confident that you will make it with my strategy once you learn it. It is very easy to learn, takes an hour per day to do the strategy, and doesn't cost money to start doing. The only other money required is your starting capital that you will use to trade. I have eliminated the costs of a real-time data feed. A real-time data feed from eSignal is $150 per month for basic NYSE/NASDAQ real-time data. I do use a real-time data feed, but I pay $0 for it, so I am saving you $150 per month for that by telling you how to access it. Once you have the data feed, you have to have a software program to feed the data into. There are a lot of trading software that cost $100-200 per month. I am also saving you $100-200 per month in trading software fees by telling you to use the software that I use that is free, which doesn't lose any of the benefits of a paid software program. I believe that this is a great value for what I am offering and I am considering raising the price in the future, so click on the buy now button, pay with PayPal and I will teach you my methodology and move you up in the stock market!
Pinnacle Foods on NYSE Floor Thursday March 28th, 2013