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December 8, 2022

Financials Matter

"It's Not Just About Finance"

You Can’t Buy Low if You Don’t Sell High

Today, I’m going to give you the secret to consistently making money in the stock market.

Are you ready?

Here it is: (and you’ve heard the saying a thousand times before) “Buy low and sell high.”

Without a doubt it’s the simplest and easiest way to make money in the stock market.  So, why do most people fail when it comes to this “no brainer?”

(This is so simple that you’re gonna need someone to help you misunderstand it.)

Two words:  Fear and Greed.

Fear, because, when stocks have fallen, the mindset becomes “Oh, I don’t want to buy now…things are bad.”

Yet, these same people (when a department store advertises a 20% off sale) line up to buy things they don’t need that they eventually throw away.  Go figure.

Greed, because when your stocks go up you’re afraid you’ll miss out on higher profits.  And these same people watch their profits disappear and won’t sell (believing “they just have to go back up,” or “I don’t want to pay the taxes”) and later sell at a loss.

Sound familiar?

After watching this occur for over 37 years I’ve concluded one thing:  Human Nature Never Changes.

Everyone wants to buy low and sell high.  But you won’t be able to buy low unless you sell high.

This is especially true when the markets become volatile (as they’ve proven so far in 2018).

Until you learn how to listen to the markets, you’ll continue to make these same mistakes.  And the Wall Street “Club” members thank you for it.

Learn how to “Connect the Dots” (HERE) and see how to profit from Wall Street’s greed.

 

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