How to Make Money in the Stock Market

We all want to make money in the stock market. The question is how do we make money in the stock maket? Is it buy hold? In my opinion definitely not. My opinion of how to make money in the stock market is to trade with the trend and have a plan. How many stock investors hold on their positions when those positions are below a 50 or even a 100 moving average? Too many. How many stock investors do not have a sell stop? Too many? How many stock investors believe it is prudent to buy an index fund? Too many. How to make money in the stock market is to have a trading plan.

A trading plan is

Which stocks to buy or sell.
How much of a position should one buy or sell
How to get out of position with a profit or even a loss?

Have you thought about these issues? These issues must be asked in order to make money in the stock market. Even with the answers to this question one is not guaranteed success in the stock market. Trend following and successful trading is a marathon and can be a lifetime strategy. In order to make money in the stock market, it is not about finding holy grail indicators or systems. It is having a robust plan and following that plan.

I do not have a Ivy League pedigree. I am not the traditional PHD. I am passionate, hungry and driven to succeed & compound money over long periods of time. My story and my investment strategy is a struggle. It is all about how to compound money over long periods of time and be consistent. No buy and hope, no indexing, no CNBC..Just trend following! I do not look for Holy Grail trading techniques. No secret formulas or secret methods.

If I can do this, so can you. You have to decide. I can save you 5 or 10 years off your learning curve and give you a better chance of success. I provide solutions. Real solutions. This is what matters. This is not just education. This is a solution. I can help you make money. This is what I deliver. This is not a get rich quick. You will have to work. This is not retirement in a box strategy.

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts, commodity options or forex can be substantial, and therefore investors should understand the risks involved in taking leveraged positions and must assume responsibility for the risks associated with such investments and for their results. You should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources.

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