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Looking to earn more for yourself and your family? Investing really can be this simple. Each month our Report gives you:
Our Report tracks 115 of the largest companies in the United States and Canada. Some of these companies have been paying dividends for more than 100 years. Each month, you'll get the report that's chock full of no-jargon language with plain and simple tips:
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You will learn how to invest for yourself by yourself in order to maximize your returns and minimize your risk. Value Investing is a simple strategy that allows you to buy great company shares at sale prices. This course will show you how to find those "great company" at "sale prices." Stop wasting money on fees, MERs, and commissions, and take charge of your investments and learn how to do it yourself in a few easy steps. As a value investor you will be able to maximize the return on every hard-earned dollar you invest. The Simply Investing course will empower and inspire you to achieve your own financial success.
Value investing is not at all difficult to learn. In fact the course makes it easy for anyone to understand and use value investing. You don't need a degree in finance, economics or accounting in order to apply the principles of value investing. I explain value investing in plain English, making it easy for you to understand in a few simple steps.
No, this is not a day-trading course. Day trading is very risky and we do not recommend it. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme, value investing is a strategy that works over time to reduce your risk and increase your returns. The average holding period for value stocks is 5 years or more.
It doesn't work that way. Value investing will not make you a millionaire overnight. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Value investing is a strategy that works over time. The sooner you start the better. I am offering this course because I firmly believe in doing what I love. Somebody once said, "Find a job you love and you will never work a day in your life." I love to teach. It's my passion. It's something I plan to do forever, even after my investments allow me to retire early. Teaching this course allows me to combine my passion for teaching with my enthusiasm for investing – the best of both worlds. I love to see people succeed; I want my students to apply what they've learned and reap the rewards.
Value investing is not new. In fact Benjamin Graham first wrote about it in 1934. Investors all over the world have applied the concept of value investing and reaped huge rewards. Derek Foster was able to retire at the age of 34. John Greaney retired at the age of 38. Warren Buffet – the most famous of value investors – has been on the Forbes list of the richest people in the world for decades. Having practiced value investing for more than a decade, my own investments have had and continue to have great returns. See the Track Record section to view my results. The list of successful value investors is long; we cover a few in the course and learn how they achieved financial success.
Not much. After completing the course you will be able to start right away. Applying the concepts of value investing takes as little as 10-15 minutes a month. We understand everyone is busy, and you don't want to spend hours and hours reviewing company data. My course teaches you how to focus on the important stuff and get on with the rest of your life.
Equity mutual funds actually invest in stocks. Mutual funds pool investors' money together and then go out and buy stocks with that money. This isn’t very different from you buying individual stocks. However, if you apply the concepts of value investing, you will actually minimize your risk and earn more. In my course we discuss the pros and cons of buying mutual funds. Did you know that the majority of mutual funds actually underperform the stock market?* Plus the MER (Management Expense Ratio) fees charged by mutual funds really add up. Consider that every $25,000 invested in mutual funds will cost $525 in hidden fees (where the MER is 2.1%) each year. Click here to view Tom Connolly’s list of reasons to avoid mutual funds. The Simply Investing course will also teach you how to deal with market downturns, and give you the tools to create your own solid diversified portfolio.
* "Most funds under perform the markets, overcharge investors, create tax headaches and suffer erratic swings in performance." Jason Zweig, Time
Yes, I've spent over a decade learning about and practicing value investing. Through research and interviewing other value investors, I have been able to perfect my own investment strategy. However I am not a professional financial planner, accountant, or economist. Nor do I work for the mutual fund, banking, or insurance industries; which is why I am able to provide complete unbiased information. My own experience, enthusiasm for investing, passion for teaching, record of performance, and having taught value investing over the years makes me qualified to teach value investing. You can also read (see Testimonials page) what former students have had to say after taking my course.