How to Invest in Stocks: How Stocks Work, How to Calculate Return on Investment, and Other Investing Basics
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Dear Beginning Investor,
No one else will ever care about your money as deeply as you do.
Do you have your 401(K) funds stashed in a set-it-and-forget-it account?
Is your money in the hands of a high-powered broker?
Then you might be risking your retirement – leaving it to an anonymous stranger, or, at best, someone you’ve met, but who handles the investments of many people with more money to invest than you may have.
If your retirement dreams are in the hands of someone who has no vested interest in them, maybe it’s time to take back the power over your own money and your future.
It’s time to learn how to invest in stocks, and you can start by reading our comprehensive, FREE guide, How to Invest in Stocks: How Stocks Work, How to Calculate Return on Investment and Other Investing Basics. Download it now!
Why you should learn how to invest in stocks
Unless you majored in finance in college or are in the investment business yourself, you may believe you’re not equal to making your own investment decisions. But hundreds of thousands or millions of individuals around the world make such decisions every day … and you know they can’t all have earned MBAs!
Trust me, you can do this. Written in straightforward English without any industry jargon, How to Invest in Stocks will help you learn to …
- Discover how to identify stocks of all kinds that will deliver big returns
- Protect your income from unnecessary risk
- Choose your own investments, instead of allowing a stranger to make decisions about your money
- Diversify your investing portfolio with stocks from all segments of the market
- Avoid the mistakes other investors can make
- Guarantee a comfortable, even lavish, retirement!
One reason it’s important to do all of the above is that one way or another, if you don’t, you’re paying for someone else’s services. Besides, it can be tricky to find a financial advisor you can trust – we’ve all heard horror stories from our friends and family, haven’t we, not to mention what you may have read in the newspaper?
But you can trust yourself. And it’s much easier today to monitor the markets than it was just 20 years ago. The Internet delivers all the information you need instantly, and do-it-yourself online brokerages are quite reasonable in cost.
So read this guide right now – it will only take 20 or so minutes of your time – and get started on the path to financial self-determination!
How to invest in stocks, from growth to dividend to value and more
No doubt you’ve heard all kinds of stock market lingo on the news. Annoyingly, it’s one of those things where everyone else seems to expect you to understand it all as a matter of course – and no one ever stops to explain what it all means.
That’s why we’ve created this guide.
We understand everyone has to start somewhere. We want to help the beginner as well as the experienced trader. (Full disclosure: We’re the kind of advisory that delivers recommendations and ideas to individual investors, rather than handling anyone’s money, and we’re perfect for independent investors who just want guidance, rather than someone to take over the whole thing!)
So this guide will explain to you the following types of stocks:
- Growth – These are the ones you read about in the news.
- Dividend – These stocks deliver regular payments to anyone who owns them.
- Value – These are stocks that other investors overlook because they seem risky on the surface
- Emerging – This is where you diversify your portfolio even further, by investing in up-and-coming stocks from promising foreign markets
The guide gives you full details about each kind of stock, why you should invest in it, tips for choosing the right stocks, the risks they entail and the potential for profit. In reading this clear, definitive section alone, you’ll start to wonder where How to Invest in Stocks has been all your life!
You also get plenty of general tips for wise investing, such as this example:
In healthy bull markets, remain heavily invested, remembering, again, to ignore the news. In bear markets, hold a large cash position, remembering that capital preservation is goal #1. And remember that bull markets always begin when the economic news is lousy, and bear markets always start when the news is good. Again, the market is looking ahead. So learn to trust stock charts.
As you can see, that’s pretty straightforward. There are stock advisors out there who can expend six paragraphs to say the same thing, and almost no one understands what they’re saying! All while charging you dearly. That’s a rigged game, and we hope to help you avoid it.
Why you should learn how to invest in stocks from us
On top of all those financial advisors and fund managers out there (many honest, some not) there are also plenty of investing guides clamoring for your attention – hundreds, in fact. So allow me to briefly introduce you to Cabot Wealth Network, so you’ll understand why this guide is special.
Cabot is unlike any other investing advisor you’ve ever experienced. We’re not just advisors, we’re personal contacts for your guidance and support. We even answer email questions from our paid subscribers, who count on us like family!
In fact, Cabot is literally a family of both advisors and investors – many of whom are themselves second generation subscribers. Timothy Lutts, our President, Chief Investment Strategist and author of this FREE guide, is the son of our company’s founder, and a third-generation member of the family serves as another analyst. There are no get-rich-quick folks here at Cabot: Trust the information and guidance that’s in this Special Report because we stake our reputations on it!
And yes, you read that right: All of this great investing advice comes from Tim Lutts, our most senior investing expert. You simply can’t be in better hands as a beginning investor! If he wanted to, Tim could sit in a shiny skyscraper somewhere in Manhattan and manage the retirement funds for hundreds of customers.
Instead, he works from our Salem, Massachusetts office, firmly grounded in that famous New England work ethic, researches the best stocks for his paid subscribers, and teaches beginners how they can take charge of their own money and thrive. Oh, and, as I said, he answers his emails.
So why not read How to Invest in Stocks right now? The longer you wait, the more money you could be leaving on the table with a stranger whose interests are decidedly different from yours. And I can assure you, the people who invest for themselves are not just finance majors or MBAs. They’re doctors, bus drivers, teachers, professional artists, home makers, middle management and a lot more.
Whatever your path in life, you can and should be managing your hard-earned money to pay for your own retirement – not someone else’s!
You certainly have nothing to lose – literally $0 – and everything to gain. Download it now!
Yours for independent money management,
Publisher, Cabot Wealth Network
PS: Remember, this valuable Special Report is absolutely FREE. You simply can’t make a better investment than that in your future. Download it now!
PPS: Here’s another example of Tim’s sterling advice, based on his long years of experience with growth stocks:
Sell your growth stocks in the following circumstances:
- a) when the stock’s uptrend ends, as signaled by a substantial high-volume drop below a previous support level
- b) when the stock fails to outperform the broad market over a period of 13 weeks
- c) when a profit of 100% or more has been cut in half
- d) when your loss exceeds 20% in bull markets and 15% in bear markets.
A guide with specific, actionable advice like that is worth $20, $30, even $50 – but this guide is FREE!