STOCK INVESTORS WITH 401K’S OR IRA’S
If you are an investor or trader of stocks or options you will love my stock training. In addition to all that I teach in my course, I will include some training in my unique methods that I have developed for evaluating which stocks are most suitable for trading. Long term investing criteria are very different from the short term criteria needed to trade stocks successfully.
A trader needs a chart that is “tradable.” Not all charts are suitable for traders. Any chart may be O.K. for long term buy and hold investors but not for traders. Traders need charts that have certain characteristics such as tradable swings. Traders need lots of price movement. They do not necessarily care whether the stock price is going up or down over a long period of time. They only need to catch the swings up and the swings down that are big enough to capture profits by trading.
In order to screen out the stock charts that are not ideal, I have even invented my own “DVD STOCK MOVEMENT INDEX.” This set of criteria that I apply to every chart screens out most stocks as unsuitable for traders. This screening involves both visual movement and a mathematical evaluation. I do not want to be trading any chart which does give me a fail opportunity to earn 150% annually when trading perfectly with my methods. I calculate and lable every stock with a DVD ANNUAL MOVEMENT INDEX RATING. I FIND SOME STOCKS WITH 200%, 300%, 400%, AND EVEN 500% DVD MOVEMENT INDEX RATINGS.
This rating does not necessarily guarantee that I will make that percentage if I trade that stock for a year. That stock’s rating changes gradually over time, and each month I add new stocks to my arsenal list and drop others whose performance has dropped below my 150% minimum rating. Investors are used to seeing what percentage a stock might make for them over a year’s time. I don’t really care what that percentage might be. Give me a stock that makes nothing over a full year, which means it closed at the same price it opened at one year previous, and it might have a very high DVD MOVEMENT INDEX RATING.
Holding a stock for a year and making nothing would be very disappointing to me, and yet many investors suffer that fate over multiple year periods. It is even worse when a stock caused an investor to have a loss after holding it for a year or more.
That should never happen to an astute informed MR DVD trading graduate. Anyone should be able to make money in that stock if it meets my criterias. If it doesn’t, we through that stock in the trash can and choose a better one. That is exactly what the DOW INDUSTRIALS does when it kicks member stocks out and replaces them with better performing companies.
Many of those losing stocks that people hold would generate very desirable profits for a trader who learns to buy and sell the major swings of its price movement. That same stock that made no money for the investor can make a trader a lot of money if its DVD MOVEMENT INDEX is 150% or more. That rating means it has that potential, not to go up or down 150%, but to have 150% of winnable trades within the year. A trader can make profits on every 5%, 10%, or 20% down move and also make 5%, 10%, or more profits on up moves. The yearly result for the investor could be zero, but the sum of the moves for the trader could be 150% or more.
Now add to this the additional power of switching or hopping to the best rated stocks from time to time during the year. There is nothing demanding that we keep trading any stock for the whole year. We quickly jettison any stock whose chart movement has declined below the MR DVD MOVEMENT INDEX MINIMUM RATING criteria and switch to higher rated stock charts.
GIVE ME A BEAR MARKET. GIVE ME A BULL MARKET. I DON’T CARE. My stock strategies were totally developed by me over many years and are taught by no one else to my knowledge. My methods have been able to help profitable experienced traders improve their results.