how to avoid my 5 big mistakes

How I lost $100K in stocks (and how to avoid my 5 big mistakes)

Some people look at my current reality — helping people get 9/10 of their investments right in the stock market — and think I’ve got it all figured out.

After all, I do have a low-risk investment system that’s proven to work. But I didn’t start out as a low-risk investor. Far from it, actually!

In fact, the way I started my journey…

Was by losing a tonne of money in the stock market.

$100,000, in fact.

Ouch. It still hurts to think about.

18 months, that’s all it took. I blew three big accounts and lost everything I

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The 7 stock market myths that stop investors from profiting safely

When it comes to the stock market, there are so many myths out there.

I’m not sure if it comes down to deceitful educators, cagey fund managers, or general confusion…

But most people don’t understand the truth about making money with stocks.

I’ve worked in finance for the last 25 years and I can tell you honestly that the stock market is much less complicated than it seems.

There are 7 big stock market myths out there that cause people to make all sorts of mistakes, including:

  • Taking far too many unnecessary risks
  • Investing too much in the wrong stock
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Use this free tool to make smarter, safer investments

So many people get caught up when they see an “exciting” stock.

They think they’ve stumbled onto the next Starbucks and aggressively buy up a lot of shares.

Sounds like a good plan, right? After all, we want to buy stocks at a low price, before they take off.

Well, yes…and also no.

You want to find a great price, definitely! But when it comes to risk-free investing, you only want to invest in companies that have proven their worth.

Today, I want to share a very simple method to gauge whether you’re making a smart investment. You’ll learn

5 simple secrets of worry-free stock investing

5 simple secrets of worry-free stock investing

One of my mentors, Warren Buffett, has a great quote:

“Rule 1: Don’t lose money. Rule 2: Don’t forget Rule 1.”

In other words, don’t be risky with your investment.

When it comes to making money in the stock market, protection is key. Yes, there are many ways to lose money with stocks…

(I should know, I’ve made some big mistakes that cost me $100K…but that’s a story for another day.)

…But that doesn’t mean that stock market investing needs to be risky. In fact, good investing isn’t risky at all!

As I always to say, profit is a byproduct