HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS?
First step: don’t trade stocks. Build long-term wealth in the stock market, while reducing risk and volatility, with a simple ETF rotation strategy that “adapts” each month, requires 20 minutes to implement, and delivers a 12% average annual return.
WHAT CAN 12% GET YOU?
If you’re familiar with the stock market, you’ll know that figure comes close to doubling the average return of the benchmark S&P 500. It also outperforms 99% of all mutual funds. With compounding and with time, that extra amount could fund a child’s college education, pay off a house, or add millions to one’s retirement.
And then there’s protection. When the S&P 500 crashed in 2008 and lost 37% of its value, this plan actually returned +10.9%.
DEVELOPED BY A DAY TRADER
Former day trader David Alan Carter leads readers through this simple strategy that automates decision making, reduces risk and volatility in your portfolio, and produces a 12% average annual return. A strategy that’s not pie-in-the-sky and not just a bunch of theory, but rather a systematic plan that is backed up with real numbers. A trading strategy that’s understandable, repeatable, that works and works simply.
ANYONE CAN DO THIS
In simple-to-understand language, you’ll discover the six ETFs that power the strategy, and why. The simple technique for identifying which of those ETFs to buy, and which to sell — and most importantly, when. How $5,000 can end up $1,000,000 in your retirement portfolio. How to protect your portfolio during market downturns with a simple cash trigger.
In short, how to earn an average of 12% annually in the stock market with minimal trading, less volatility, and less risk.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO BEATING THE STREET
If you have 20 minutes a month and a computer, you can turn any investment amount into a steadily growing compounding machine that will make you the envy of Mad Money’s Jim Cramer and 99% of all mutual fund managers.
Make just 2-4 trades one day a month. The strategy tells you what ETFs to buy and what to sell. That’s it. Then turn off the computer and go live your life.