Thursday, 15 October 2015

Is it worth taking the risk?

The reality in life is that everything is risky. As the book failing forward by John Maxwell cited that if you want to avoid risk then don't do the following:
Don't ride in an automobile- they cause 20% of all fatal accidents.
Don't travel by air, rail, water- 16% of all accidents results from these activities.
Don't walk in the street- 15% of all accidents occur there.
Don't stay at home - 17% of accidents happen here.

There are no safe places or risk free activities.

How about investing in the stock market? Only 5% of investors are successful in this battlefield.

Are you one of them? Is it worth taking the risks?

My personal answer is "Yes".

The more you risk, the greater your chances of success. Here is my success story: http://www.newbie.ph/2015/04/how-i-turned-400k-portfolio-into-1.html

There are ways to calculate the risk in this field thru following 5 simple steps;
1. Study and learn the basics of investing.
2. Strictly follow your plans.
3. Know your investment objectives.
4. Know your risk appetite.
5. Don't be greedy.

I will elaborate the above steps in my upcoming free webinar. If you want to join, here is the link http://pamrichfriends.com/free-stock-market-webinar/ and get your slots, I already received 50 attendees so don't waste this great opportunity.

Sincerely yours,

Jonathan Ruiz
Newbie Mentor
P.S. If you are looking for a great app, here is the link;https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.athanruiz.pam&hl=en

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