You Can Invest Like A Stock Market Pro
How to Use Simple and Powerful Strategies of the World’s Greatest Investors to Build Wealth
You Can Invest Like A Stock Market Pro is a how-to guide to help investors obtain market-beating returns from investing in stocks in the same manner that stock market pros do to amass their fortunes. The subtitle of the book is no hype: Both of the author’s investment portfolios have outperformed the stock market over the long-term through the use of the strategies detailed in the book. His original portfolio is more than 10 years old and his newest portfolio is more than six years old and both have total returns and annual rates of return that have outperformed the overall stock market since their inception.
Because of the impact of the Great Recession that started in 2007, many Americans have become leery about investing in the stock market. That’s to be understood, since most owners of 401K’s and other investment accounts saw their accounts drop 30% to 50% in value during the period with the average 401K losing more than 40% of its value.
Regardless of what you may have been told or what you may believe, investing in the stock market is still one of the most effective ways for most people to build wealth and best of all, a high IQ isn’t needed to do so. You simply need to know how to invest the right way since most people invest the wrong way. This book teaches you how to invest the right way. It teaches you how to invest like a stock market pro.
Here are just a few of the exciting things taught within the book that makes it stand out in its field:
• How to start investing with very little money.
• How to locate additional money to fund your investment program.
• The five main characteristics of wealth generating businesses.
• How to pick stocks like the pros using a powerful eight-step stress test.
• How to think and react like a stock market pro in good and bad markets.
• How to determine the fair value of a business or its stock shares.
• How to use tax advantage accounts to accelerate your building of wealth.
• How to minimize risks while investing for maximum profits.
• How to construct a worry-free portfolio that lets you sleep well at night.
• How to use stock screeners to locate those hard-to-find hidden gems.
• How to consistently beat the market over the long-term.
Are you ready to put the odds in your favor for obtaining the wealth and financial freedom that most American families dream about, yet most of them fail to achieve? If that’s your desire, this book is your road map to achieving those extraordinary returns that build wealth over the long-term. Let’s begin!
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James Pattersenn Jr. is a self-taught private investor and investment researcher that has literally spent thousands of hours performing research to determine what does and doesn’t work when investing in stocks and the stock market. He has put into practice what he has learned about investing using his own money and says that the investment strategies work, and they work very well.
James is a graduate of York Technical College with Honors. He has also extensively studied courses in Business Management while attending the institution and has earned numerous college credits in the process. He also earned an Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice with Honors from Ashworth College.
James served four years in the United States Marine Corps where he was meritoriously promoted twice and received an Honorable Discharge and Good Conduct Award. He was recalled to active duty to serve during Operation Desert Storm and received the National Defense Service Medal as a result.
He enjoys exercising and was a competitive powerlifter many years ago and took first place in the North Carolina State Powerlifting Championship in the 181 pounds class. He now speed walks about every day and practice the martial art known as Hapkido. He was born and resides in the beautiful state of South Carolina with his family.