I got a question the other day from Dave (who regularly reads my emails).
He’s not a paid subscriber to Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English but wanted to know why I charge money for the newsletter. He feels I should give it away free as a public service.
Well Dave, the answer is simple.
Like anything else, if you don’t have any “skin in the game,” you won’t learn much.
In other words, when you invest in something that improves your well-being, you’ll take it more seriously.
Our daily emails/financial tips provide you with knowledge that’s based on our 108+ years of real life experiences (not some theory) from inside the financial world. And, hopefully, youbenefit from them.
However, to get the most out of what we’re teaching, you need to see how to apply what we write about in your everyday life. That’s where our newsletter separates the men from the boys.
Allow me to use a different example.
Douw, who is a long-time reader/subscriber, wrote to us and said, “…I wish I had read your reports years ago. It would have saved me tens of thousands.”
Thank you, Douw.
That’s the main reason we’re in business…to teach you how avoid getting hustled by the banksters on Wall Street.
(Based on that testimony we should probably doubletheprice of our newsletter.)
So, is saving tens of thousands of dollars (and/or making more money than you have in the past from investing) worth the price of a couple of lattes every month?
If not, then you have no reason to be a premium subscriber of our newsletter.
If so, then you need to subscribe now…before we raise the price.