The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market: Finding the Best Stocks to Invest in Now

8 money investment tips for the new, ambitious stock investor

Dear Investor,

I’m about to explain how doing the opposite of what everyone else is doing can help you make it big in the stock market.

If you’re getting ready to dip your toes into investing, or if you’ve already made a few investments, you’ve probably read a lot of advice on being a successful investor. But keep this in mind: Everything you’ve read is being read by every other investor. And if you wind up following the crowd in the stock market, you’ll regret the day you decided to put your hard-earned money there.

So if you’re the kind of person who understands the value of defying conventional wisdom … a person who’s not afraid to stand alone … someone who doesn’t require the approval of the crowd to make a decision … your search for truly golden investing advice is over. Our FREE guide, The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market: Finding the Best Stocks to Invest in Now is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Download it now!

What The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market can do for you

Many stock experts offer advice. But few of them deliver investing tips as straightforward, practical and profitable as we do in this guide – all in plain English, without jargon and without talking down to the new investor.

At Cabot, we believe all investors deserve our respect, and our help – which is why we not only created this excellent guide to the market, but we’re giving it away FREE! Of course, you may be wondering how adept we actually are at stock market investing, and I’ll explain all that in a moment.

But right now I want to promise you this. The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market has been written to help you …

  • Take control of your money and your investing efforts
  • Discover the benefits of analyzing and choosing stocks for yourself
  • Save money on expensive stock advisors – who may or may not actually have your interests in mind
  • Learn how to identify the most promising stocks that others overlook
  • Profit from stocks over the long term, even when other investors might opt for smaller short-term gains
  • Avoid the mistakes that many investors can make
  • Guarantee yourself a growing, stable portfolio and ever-growing wealth for retirement – or even sooner

As I said, this guide shows you how to profit from being a contrarian. Much of the advice it offers seems counter-intuitive, or the opposite of what you may have always thought about the market and investors.

For example, here’s a scenario from the free guide that may sound perfectly logical to you:

An investor will read various articles about certain stocks, page through a few annual reports and study earnings estimates. After what usually turns out to be many hours of research, then decides which stocks to buy. He then commits his hard-earned money to these stocks, feeling confident (maybe even excited) about his prospects for making money in the stock market.

Naturally, not all of these investments go the right way. Some of the stocks he had the highest hopes for drop in price right after his initial commitment. Still brimming with confidence, the investor sticks with these losers, confident the decline is just temporary. Weeks pass, but these poor performers do not rebound; in fact, they sink to even lower levels. The investor tells himself that the stocks have become bargains. After all, if they were good buys when he bought them, they must be even better buys at these lower prices. Thus, he continues to hold on and perhaps buys even more of these stocks, hoping they will return to their previous highs.

On the other side of the ledger, the investor watches some of his choice selections soar from the get-go. He’s extremely pleased with this development, so much so that he’s eager to take his profits. His thorough research has obviously served him well, so the investor figures he’ll take the money off the table, garnering a quick gain of 30% or 40%. Feeling satisfied, he takes his wife out to dinner, and tells her how good he is at making money in the stock market.

What do we think about this? We know, from our 45 years of experience as stock advisors, that this investor has just done exactly the opposite of what he should have done. He has hung on, against all odds, to his losers, and sold his winners.

This might be a face-palm moment for you. But if you want to avoid making mistakes that can cost you thousands – and find out exactly what that investor should have done instead – you should be reading this guide right now!

What does romance have to do with the best way to invest $10,000?

As I said, much of the advice we’re delivering in this guide is contrary to the conventional wisdom. However, once you read through it, it will all start to make sense. One of the rather unique ways the guide explains investing is by comparing it to a hot romance – hardly the kind of thing you’re accustomed to in a stock investing guide.

But bear with me. At first, a stock seems exciting, new, and quite sexy. Early investors jump in, and its allure increases. Unfortunately, just like many romances, cold, hard reality eventually sets in, those early investors bail out, and the stock is just another jilted lover, the its romance with the market at an end.

Sound crazy? Consider this: If you understand this principle, and learn to recognize both the early signs of romance and the signs of a coming ugly break-up, you can earn huge profits. This guide advises you to seek out exciting growth companies in their romance phase – and then to exit your position at the end of the stock’s romance phase, when all of the news is usually excellent.

At this point, the fundamental facts will begin to support the stock’s lofty price, and investor sentiment regarding the company will be outstanding. However, you’ll notice the stock price and the relative performance (RP) line gradually eroding, unable to reach new highs. (Relative performance measures the stock’s performance relative to the market as a whole. This is also explained clearly in the guide.)

Over a period of weeks, if the RP line falters, you’ll know the romance has ended, and reality is taking over. At this point, you’ll want to sell the stock and look for your next love affair.

As you can see, what sounded like crazy talk at first actually makes perfect sense – along with plenty of dollars.

Naturally, you’ll also learn how to uncover those sexy stocks that are about to go on a very romantic ride. The guide explains both technical and fundamental analysis, and gives you the traditional metrics you should be checking on. A lot of stock advisories will do the same. Here’s why this guide is different.

The guide shares one of our favorite stock investing tips – look for a company that has a big idea that can generate a lot of steamy romance for a stock. But we also go further: We also explain exactly which characteristics in a company indicate the perfect big idea to smart investors. Studying the market with these criteria in mind, instead of the just the usual moving averages, profit margins and so on, is what separates the truly successful investors from everyone else.

And you want to be one of those rare and truly successful investors, don’t you?

Why should you trust The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market from Cabot Investing Advice?

Beginning investors are bombarded with promotions for this, that or the other investing guides. All the experts tell you how smart they are, and how much money you’ll make by following their advice.

So what’s different about this guide, and Cabot Wealth Network? The answer is that Cabot truly is unlike any other investing advisor you’ve ever used. We’re not just advisors, we’re personal contacts for our subscribers’ guidance and support. Our paid subscribers ask us questions, and we actually respond to their emails. Instead of being a group of MBAs sitting in a shiny skyscraper in Manhattan, we still work here in Salem, MA where our founder began this company, giving us a firm grounding in the legendary New England work ethic.

What’s more, we’re a family of both advisors and investors. Many of our readers are third-generation subscribers. And we’re an actual family, too: Our President and Chief Investment Strategist, Timothy Lutts, is the son of our company’s founder, another of our analysts is a third-generation member of the family, and our other analysts are all long-term advisors with the company.

And speaking of Tim … he is the author of this FREE guide, and the investing tips you get are his personal favorites. He is our most experienced, most trusted stock analyst, who appears regularly on television investing shows, oversees the publication of our 12 advisories to over 200,000 subscribers around the world, has led Cabot to innumerable awards, and even finds time to write Cabot Stock of the Week (which subscribers await eagerly every week, solely because the recommendation is coming from Tim).

Tim just doesn’t have time to write a lot of investing guides … but he did write this one, so you know it’s both powerful and honest.

So I urge you to read this Special Report right now. It will take only a half-hour or so of your time for the first read-through, and it will make an enormous difference in your investing approach.

It will give you Tim’s most tried-and-true investing strategies.

It will change everything you ever thought about the stock market.

Download it now!


Mike Cintolo
Cabot Growth Analyst

PS: Remember, this valuable guide is absolutely FREE. You simply can’t make a better investment than that in your portfolio. Download it now!

PPS: Here are just a few of the things Tim Lutts will teach you in the guide:

  • The clues to hot stocks hidden in their charts
  • The overlooked indicators of the best new stock ideas
  • Why you shouldn’t rely too heavily on volume in considering a new stock
  • That secret trap that lies in that very careful, time-consuming research many investors engage in

Learn about all of these and many more – read The Best Way to Invest $10,000 in the Stock Market now!


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