Wednesday, 20 April 2016

How to buy stock at a bottom price?

Every newbie should learn how to buy a stock. Once received the account number and password, don't fund it unless you already studied a specific stock. Check your emergency funds if you have enough and invest only the extra.











I fund my daughter's account a month ago and still a buying power on my account. The last time I bought a stock was 3 months ago and take note 14% gains in 3 months (not bad other stock newsletter 12% is their minimum on their recos).

Today, I'm using the above buying power to buy a stock ;


How to buy a stock at bottom price?

1. Lower than 52 weeks low.
2. Oversold Level.
3. Hit by bad news but fundamentals not affected.

Disclaimer: this strategy is only based on Newbie Mentor experience in the market.

Good luck and happy hunting for stocks at bottom price.

Sincerely yours,

JONATHAN RUIZ
NEWBIE MENTOR

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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

FNI Buhos

Trading is not a game. A thorough study and technical analysis of a chosen stock should be part of everyday living to gain hands on experience. I don't recommend to newbies to jump on this unchartered waters.

If you are newbie in this field, I recommend 3 important tips:

First, Learn a specific strategy. It will depend on your personality and available time. If you are willing to risks a big amount of your capital then trading might be for you, if you don't have enough time and capital, then value investing will be the right strategy.

Second, Don't follow the crowd. If there is a noise then stay calm and keep quiet. This is the way I manage the PAM Chat room, I only share if there is an important information. Thanks to those active members on the FB chat room.

Third, Don't be greedy. 20% gains in a day is not bad, if momentum stays then keep it for another 2 days. Set you target exit point or target price, once hit stick to it and grab the bucks. Don't look back again because you will feel a bit dissapointed if it goes up for another 10%.


Looking forward to see you achieve Financial Freedom.

If you are interested learning about passive income in the stock market, I would like to invite you, here is the link; http://www.pamacademy.net/1m-passive-income-online-course/

Sincerely yours,

Jonathan Ruiz
NEWBIE Mentor

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Life will continuously knock you down

This life is full of surprises. It can give tears or smiles. The death of a loved ones or the birth of a child. The termination on job or promotions. The failing on an exam or passing it. Whatever life brings onto your life, what matters is on how you respond and get up in every knockdown.

What I have learned in every knockdown?

1. Stay true to your passion. If you are passionate on your job, just continuously move on that track.It seems like you don't have the success but fruits usually to be harvest after all the planting. Wait for the right seasons.

2. Giving up is not an option. There will be times that you will feel down and it's like everyone is against you. Just think about the electric light bulb inventor, Thomas Edison , he quote I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.

3. Don't think short term but long term. Every decisions should be made for a better future not for a short term gain. This applies to stock market newbies, they used to buy stocks that they want for long term but when it goes down they sell or on the other way around when it goes up for 10% gains then they collect. Why not stick to your plans?

4. It's all about the journey not the destination. Knowing your destination will give your GPS an idea for the path going to it. The rocky road to your destination will delay to your arrival but it will strengthen your character.

5. It's not about winning or losing this game of life but playing the game with fun.

" LIFE IS A STORY MAKES YOURS A BESTSELLER".


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