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These pages will show you how to recognize good buys and bad buys. Explained within is why some have been making any where from a steady 10-20% year after year increase and where some have made ten to hundred baggers (10 to 100 times their original investments) on a consistent basis.
One thing that is extremely important about the American markets is the use of the American dollar. Currently though it does seem to be failing badly and has lost most of it’s value it is still the most favored world currency by many people and in that position offers the best in usage for the market place. This is the premier reason why the US markets continue to come back most of the time. They have the biggest name in the world and that is mostly because the USD has been forced upon most of the countries of the world through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.
On these pages are found the way to understand more easily the stock market system in the United States and other places around the world so that if you want to, you can take advantage of it to some degree instead of it taking advantage of you entirely.
Investing in Stocks is risky. There are no ways around the risk completely, however with this book you will gain some knowledge of the risks that are inherent and those that are hidden. One of the basic things about making stock investments of any kind is to first assess your strategy.
How much risk should I take on and when?
Should I be investing small amounts over long terms or short terms?
What is the reason I want to invest at all?
Do I want to make money like I would make on a job?
Do I want to just drop a large amount of money in once and let it rise for the future?
How do I keep from losing my ass and all my money as many have done?
How much time do I want to spend learning and gaining confidence in this opportunity?
To define your strategy is the most important thing to do. Some even will go so far as to say that they only want to work on 10 baggers or more. Others are quite happy with their investments growing at a better than inflation and better than the bank savings growth. Some want to just gamble and play. What ever your personal reasons may be, going into it with a good understanding and a fair plan will keep your risks to a minimum and your profits looking better by the day. My friend that has been making a steady 20% plus over the last 20 years has set that actually as his goal. When he reaches the 20% rise in the stock price over where he bought in then he sells. That is it. By this discipline he has kept his losses to an absolute minimum. I myself take on a little more risk than most people and with the strategies I talk about here manage to stay well on top of my competition.