Take control and boost your financial future with this beginners guide to stocks and investing that really is simple and easy to follow”
“Former New York Stock Exchange Licensed Broker reveals ten simple rules to investment success”
Is your retirement looming as the days slip by ever more quickly?
If so then a study conducted last year by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College should be of concern.
Printed in the February 19 2011 issue of the Wall Street Journal it said:
“the median household headed by a person aged 60 to 62 with a 401(k) account has less than one-quarter of what is needed in that account to maintain its standard of living in retirement”.
My book ‘Stock Market for Beginners‘ will help you make sure you’re not one of those households.
Together we can make sure you’re not struggling when you should be enjoying your retirement.
You’ve worked hard for your money. Now you need to protect what you’ve got and grow it.
Before I tell you more, here’s what Cathy Andrews (a Financial Advisor and Stock Broker for thirty years at one of the largest American Broker-Dealers) thinks of ‘Stock Market for Beginners’:
“I got Stock Market for Beginners and have already recommended it to some of my clients”.
She’s not alone either. Jason Holland, the Managing Editor of a Financial Success E-Zine said:
“It’s so easy to follow and conversational – perfect”.
Why do they praise it? Because it tells you simple things you really need to know – which most people don’t.
For example, here are just some of the things I’ll explain to you in simple terms:
- Want to know about the NASDAQ and OTC? Have a look at page 36.
- Unsure which is the right one for you? See page 38.
- What are Bull and Bear markets? It’s all explained on page 40.
- The different investment types. Page 48.
- Need to know what to buy? Just look at page 74.
- Trailing stop losses – what they are and how to use them. It’s all explained on page 99.
The guide is based on the U.S. situation, but as you’ve noticed, what applies here tends to apply elsewhere to a great degree. So I think you’ll get the idea.
Here’s a story that with variations applies in many countries – especially the U.K.
A Laudable aim…
Let me take you back to the 1970′s when the 401(k) was born in the U.S.
The idea was that you’d be better off when you retired.
Your employer was already paying your Social Security and a paid retirement. They were meant to then open and contribute into a 401(k) fund too.
You’d also be able to put money into your 401(k). The entire fund was typically invested in Mutual Funds that you could choose
A great idea but…
… it failed.
It didn’t take long for companies to realise that thanks to the 401(k) they could actually save money not spend more.
Instead of giving you Social Security, company paid retirement and the 401(k) what happened? Companies started dropping paid retirement in favour of the 401(k).
After all why should they guarantee you an amount in the future when they could just pay into your 401(k)?
Worse still with your 401(k) you only have a limited list of Mutual Funds you can invest into for your retirement. Often these funds have inflated fees and have not performed particularly well either.
The cold, hard fact is that since the stock market crash of 2008 many people simply cannot afford to retire and you’re possibly one of them.
The Wall Street Journal article estimated:
“in 2011 about 60% of American households nearing retirement age have 401(k)-type accounts”.
But it gets even worse…
However badly your chosen Mutual Fund performs, when you change jobs or retire the responsibility for investing becomes yours.
The typical American worker will have at least one 401(k) lying around that they’re doing nothing with. Is that you?
If it is then you’ve hopefully at least transferred your old 401(k) into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) – assuming you know about IRA’s of course.
Although the chances are – like most people – you’ve probably done nothing at all.
What to do?
It’s been calculated that for every $10,000 in income per year you will need in retirement, you may need $250,000 in investment savings.
So like it or not, the amount of money that you’ll have in your retirement depends on you – and the stock exchange.
You’ve probably read about millions made overnight but take it from me, that’s not how it works 99.9% of the time. Investing is a long term commitment; the sooner you get started the more you’ll have.
Now you know what you need to do, what’s stopping you from investing?
I’d imagine it’s you just don’t know where to begin.
You’ve probably heard about the NASDAQ, shorting and bear markets. But let’s be honest it might as well be a foreign language and it all sounds very complicated and very daunting.
In ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ I’ll explain all those terms and everything else you need to know in plain language so you’ll understand what they mean.
I’ll tell you how the markets work and you’ll be ready to make your first investment decisions in no time. Just like John S:
“The book is so easy to read – I blew through the first third in one sitting. And understood it. And learned a lot. I’ve opened an account and put on my first trades”.
Your guide to the stock market and investing.
‘Stock Market for Beginners’ is exactly what the name suggests; your guide to investing in stocks and shares that you will understand.
You don’t have to take my word for it either, Marty Johnson’s read ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ and this is what he thought:
“The book and concepts were so easy to follow. My wife wants to read it next. I will definitely recommend this to my friends”.
Peter Wright recently read ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ too. He wrote to me to say:
“I’ve read your investment book Stock Market For Beginners – I really appreciate the way it’s written, very easy to understand and useful”.
Remember those Bull and Bear markets I mentioned? Melinda Willis understands them – now she’s read the book:
“Wow – I finally learned about the Bulls and Bears – loved reading your Stock Market For Beginners book. It’s definitely something I would encourage a couple of my friends to buy that know as little about the stock market as I did”
A little earlier I mentioned millions being made overnight and how that’s very unlikely to happen.
But what I haven’t told you about so far is the other side of the coin – losing money.
Yes, the stock market is a gamble. But my strategies are designed to maximise the growth of your investments and minimise any losses.
That’s one reason why I explain all about stop losses (page 99).
That’s great, but who are you?
As it’s your money and your retirement you probably want to know more about me. And are wondering whether I really do know what I’m talking about.
I can understand that. If I was in your shoes then I’d want to know too.
The first thing you should know about me is that I’ve been investing on the stock market for over 40 years.
Since the crash of 2008 my investment strategies have more than doubled my personal accounts. Every $ 100,000 that I had invested back then is now worth over $ 209,867.
But I’m no ‘hobby’ investor. I used to be a Financial Consultant and a Licensed Stock Broker on the New York Stock Exchange. And not just anyone can do that.
To be a licensed Stock Broker you have take and pass the New York Stock Exchange Series 7 exam. The pass mark for this exam is 70%.
Do you know that only 6 out of every 10 people that take the exam pass?
Of those that do pass the average ‘professional’ Stock Broker just scrapes in with a score of 73%. I won’t embarrass the professionals but I can tell you that I scored much higher than that.
As you can see not only do I know more than many so-called professionals, I’m also an investor just like you. In ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ you’ll be learning from someone who has been on both the inside and the outside.
What I’m offering you.
I know that ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ will take you from not understanding investments to someone that’s comfortable and confident with the stock market.
Once you’ve read my book you’ll be in control and boosting your retirement savings to their maximum.
But I’m not happy to just get you thinking that you can do this. I want to give you everything you need to be doing it.
So as well as your copy of ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ I’ll also send you for free:
- The Financial Newsletters Special Report – Normally priced at $17 this report explains all about financial newsletters. Why you need to be reading them and what they can do for you. Above all of that I’ll also reveal my top 10 favourite newsletters too.
- The Two Banks Report – In this report I’ll give you the inside knowledge. I’ll tell you the names, stock symbols and low down on two banks that pay a huge 15% dividend – an incredible investment opportunity. Usually this report would cost $7 but it’s free when you buy ‘Stock Market for Beginners’.
- A Trading Journal – You need to know everything about your investments. Why you invested, how much you paid, your stop loss, new high price and how much you made when you sell. With this free Trading Journal you will. I’ve sold hundreds of these at $17 but you can have it free with my compliments.
- Ten Key Steps to Stock Market Success – I have a copy of this single page report stuck up on my wall. It will remind you of exactly what you need to do – and how to maximise your profits – every day. It might be small but these steps are essential for stock market success. Normal price $7.
- Free Subscription to the Live, Learn and Prosper Newsletter – I’ll help you get the most out of your investments and life with this free newsletter.
I’ve previously sold ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ for $47 but you can have your copy and all of those Special Reports (alone these are worth $48) for only$77 $47.
My guarantee to you.
I’ll explain why I’m offering you all of this at over 50% off in a moment. But first I want to tell you about your guarantee.
If within 90 days for any reason you decide that ‘Stock Market for Beginners’ isn’t for you then just let me know. I’ll refund all your money – no questions asked.
I want you to be 100% happy. If you’re not then I don’t want your money.
You’ve got three months to make up your mind. That’s easily long enough to read everything I’ll send you and put your new knowledge to work.
You’ve got nothing to lose.
Why the special price?
You might be wondering why I’m giving you $95 worth of books and special reports for the frankly bargain price of $47.
Well throughout this letter you’ve read what other people have wrtten to me about ‘Stock Market for Beginners’. People like Elaine Williams:
“I’m sending a copy of your book to my son to read. He got a promotion and large raise last week and would like to invest more. I told him about your book, and he is excited to read it”.
I want to hear from more people who have read ‘Stock Market for Beginners’.
People like you who have used my book to boost their savings and make sure they have what they need for their retirement.
I hope that by letting you have everything at this special price you will write to me and tell me about your successes.
Here’s the deal.
That’s quite a long letter – but your comfortable retirement is important – so just to remind you this is what I’m offering:
- Stock Market for Beginners
- The Financial Newsletters Special Report
- The Two Banks Report
- A Trading Journal
- Ten Key Steps to Stock Market Success
- Free Subscription to the Live, Learn and Prosper Newsletter
All of this can be yours today for only $47. Just Click Here To Order.
Why not do it now, while this is fresh in your mind?
P.S. Don’t forget that you’re covered by my 90 day, no questions asked guarantee. If you’re not happy for any reason then I will refund all your money.
P.P.S It’s your future – so don’t delay. The quicker you order the more time you’ll have to maximise your investments. Do it now – before something else gets in the way.
P.P.P.S If you have any questions then please email me.