(Austin, Texas). First of all, the headline of this article is not a typographical error and is fully doable by any investor. You do not have to have millions of dollars to invest with a hedge fund. You just need to have discipline, be market savvy and someone to show you the right stocks to invest in. A friend used to say that if you know these tips, why don't you invest in 'em. The reply was how do you know that we do not accomplish these returns. We are simply sharing the knowledge with others. The steps are as easy as 1,2,3:
Avoid your emotions and hot tips from your friends. Do your homework and study the stock that you are buying. You are investing in a company, and buying a part of that company. You are not gambling. There is a huge difference between a casino and the stock market.
Treat your money with respect. You have worked hard for your money, protect it. The stock market shows no mercy toward anyone. It is a cruel environment. If you do your homework, you are on par with the so called “big boys.”
Use research that is done by others. Do not be greedy. We, at Stockwinners.com, have developed a philosophy that has paid off very well over the past decades. Here is our simple rule. Take 10% profit in 30 days or less. If you are in a stock that has additional upside potential, raise your stop-loss to protect your gains. This simple methods has allowed Stockwinners's portfolio to register a 2012 year-to-date return of 43.8% compared to the S&P 500 Index's 10.9%. How did we do that? Visit our web site and see it for yourself. All of our picks are there for everyone to see. Here are a few of our recent picks:
Home Loan Servicing Solutions (NASDAQ: HLSS), a mortgage servicing company, was recommended on October 8, 2012 at $17.35 per share. On October 19, 2012, the position was closed at $19.25 for a solid return of 11.5%. Catamaran Corporation (NASDAQ: CTRX), a pharmacy benefit management firm, was recommended on September 11, 2012 at $46.50 per share. The position was closed on October 4, 2012 at $51.77, for a return of 11.3%. See details at http://stockwinners.com/Picks/StockPickDetail?stockPickId=116.
A Call Spread option strategy recommended on Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS), the casino operator, at 25c on August 27, 2012 was closed on September 25 for 70c for a solid return of 208%. Finally, a Put Option strategy recommended on Chas. Schwab (NYSE:SCHW), the online broker, on September 17 at 30c, was closed on September 19 for 70c for a hefty return of 133% in two days.
Do all of our recommendations have these kinds of returns? The answer is no but most of them do. The number of stocks that can be mentioned in this article is limited but nothing stops you from seeing all of our recommendations. So do your portfolio a favor and visit our web site. You will be surprised to see how easy we have made it.
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