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A seven step strategy for finding winning stock and shares and ways you could build independent income streams
A 7 step strategy to picking winning shares, including in a recession and bonus material on ways in which you could build independent income streams (passive income)
Welcome to my course, which lays out my 7 step strategy to finding winning shares even in a recession.
More than ten years ago, I started investing in the stock market, without really knowing what I was doing, as I didn't have a strategy or someone to teach me what I should be looking for.
This course has been designed to help people who are either new to the stock market or have some experience.
The good the bad and the ugly
More recently I decided it was time to revisit investing in the stock market and as a result, I have built a solid strategy I want to share with you so you can learn from the good, the bad and the downright ugly when it comes to shares.
This is a practical course, and I will take you through my portfolio, step-by-step to show you how I picked my shares and the results I achieved or in some cases, did not.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I have been told I should avoid the stock market in a recession?
Many people have the misconception that when there are tough economic times, they should not invest in the stock market. As I have discovered, the returns can be much better when shares prices have fallen closer to the lowest levels.
The adage “buy them low and sell them high” works.
BUT you must have a solid strategy before you invest any money into the stock market.
1. The History of Shares
2. Setting Your Goals
3. The Right Mindset
4. What You Will Need to Trade
5. The 7 Step Strategy
6. Bonus section
THIS COURSE AND THE INFORMATION WITHIN DOES NOT CONSTITUTE FINANCIAL ADVICE.
YOU MUST REMEMBER THAT ANY INVESTMENTS MADE ARE AT YOUR OWN RISK AND (AS WITH ANY INVESTMENT) THE VALUE OF YOUR MONEY COULD GO UP OR DOWN AND YOU MUST BE ABLE TO AFFORD ANY LOSES.
PLEASE CONSIDER SEEKING QUALIFIED, INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVICE BEFORE YOU INVEST.