Shares In A Nutshell
Shares for Growth
Would you like to know how to make your hard earned money work for you for a change? Successful investing is probably the easiest way to change your life for the better. But increasing, or replacing your income alone – is not what creates wealth. Do you realize that creating wealth is just like baking a cake. It requires a number of different ingredients? You HAVE to follow a recipe if you want to get the perfect result. By using your cash flow from trading to buy quality shares in good companies and Real Estate in the right areas you will get the perfect result. And even if you decide that Trading is not your thing and you are happy with your present income strategy you still need to get the ingredients and portions right in your recipe for wealth.
One of the most attractive things about investing in shares is that you don’t need a lot of money to get started. If you wanted to, you could buy just 1 share in a company. You could add to your share portfolio a little each week if you wanted to be conservative!
Unfortunately when it comes to investing in shares the average person tends to associate a high level of risk so they shy away. This is only because they don’t know how to select the right stocks and they don’t understand risk management.
Buying speculative stocks based on someone else’s guess of what MAY happen carries a much higher risk than buying into strong companies based on what has actually happened.
And this is exactly why I NEVER buy shares based on ‘hot tips’. Do you know what the SECRET is to selecting perfect stocks?
When you buy a share in a company you are buying a part of that business.
So you need to learn how to determine the difference between a good business and a bad one. Even if you are buying just one share in a particular company. You need to take the attitude that you are buying the WHOLE business.
That philosophy has made Warren Buffett the wealthiest investor of our time. Imagine being able to give away your fortune because you know you have the ability to quickly make it all back again?
That’s what Buffett did not so long ago and we have modelled our ‘Investing in Shares’ strategy on his methods. But unlike Buffett’s tiresome method of analysis before computers all the information you need to be able to value a company can conveniently be found online these days.