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Trading Stock Made Easy with Tyrone Jackson is a weekly Podcast hosted by stock market trader, teacher and mentor Tyrone Jackson. Best known for his Huffington Post blogs and his Wealthy Investor Program, Mr. Jackson will help demystify stock trading and investing so you can profit. Each week Tyrone reviews individual stocks as case studies as well as interviews experts and some of his most successful students who are learning to master the process of wealth building via investing. For followers of Rich Dad Poor Dad, CNBC and Suzie Orman, Tyrone Jackson is the next step in the process of becoming financially educated.


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EPISODE 54: Options Trading Made Easy


Fri, Apr 21, 2017


Active stock traders are always looking to up their game. The next step for active traders is to learn how to trade call options.

Call options are wildly popular instruments for hedge funds. However, you can use them to increase your trading profits as a retail investor.

The Wealthy Investor approach to trading call options involves exclusively trading LEAPS Options. Call LEAPS options give you time to be right about the long term direction of a stock. Therefore, they carry lower risk. In this episode, learn how Tyrone Jackson and his students increase their trading profits using LEAPS options.

Learn more about options trading by going to thewealthyinvestor.net/freeoptionlesson 



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EPISODE 53: Six Figure Retirement Trading


Fri, Apr 14, 2017


The lack of financial security in the golden years is forcing some seniors to seek alternative forms of income. For many seniors, that means trading stocks online. 

Suzanne Zuckerman explains how The Wealthy Investor approach to stock market trading and investing has dramatically changed her life. Suzanne also explains step by step how she uses "in the money covered calls" as an online stock market trader. 



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Episode 50: Success, Triumphs, and Failures


Fri, Mar 24, 2017


In the Wealthy Investor Program, Tyrone Jackson often recites "success is a series of positive habits." In episode 50 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone sits down with two of his favorite students, Dr. Schubert Perott and Pran Jul Srivastava, who experienced success long before they were trading online.

Listening to their stories and following their advice will inspire you to make better choices, and will help put you in the fast lane towards achieving your financial goals!



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Episode 52: From Wall Street Insider to Online Trader


Fri, Mar 17, 2017


Imagine working on Wall Street for a major firm and not knowing how the stock market could serve you, personally! That's what happened to Pran Jul Srivastava.

Pran Jul's experience in the Wealthy Investor program not only changed his financial life, but taught him major lessons about wealth creation. In episode 52 of Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Pran Jul shares his three major secrets for personal and financial success.



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Episode 51: Three Secrets to Success for Online Trading


Fri, Mar 17, 2017


In this episode of Trading Stocks Made Easy, Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, interviews Dr. Schubert Perott on how he uses the Wealthy Investor approach to trade in today's online market. 



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TSME #49: Following your Dreams


Thu, Feb 02, 2017


In this episode of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Tyrone Jackson walks you through a process that can make your financial dreams an every day reality. 

Learn about the market, finances, and life by listening to Tyrone Jackson. 

Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term.

Visit the 

http://thewealthyinvestor.net

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TSME #48: Wall Street Terms and Stock Stories


Thu, Jan 26, 2017


In this episode of Trading Stocks Made Easy, Tyrone Jackson The Wealthy Investor, explains stock market terms you need to know, as well as the story behind how corporate revenue is generated. 

To learn more, please visit TheWealthyInvestor.Net



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TSME #47: From Editor to Full Time Trader


Thu, Jan 19, 2017


Marian Hunter, a student of Tyrone's based in New York City, was once an editor and is now a successful stock market trader. 

Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term.

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http://thewealthyinvestor.net

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TSME 46: Trader's Roundtable All Star Edition, Part 2


Thu, Jan 12, 2017


Hear from four all-star students of The Wealthy Investor Program in the most recent Trader's Roundtable from the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast. 

Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term.

Visit the 

http://thewealthyinvestor.net

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TSME #45: Financial Vision and Setting Goals


Thu, Dec 15, 2016


If you want to create financial success you need to have a financial vision. Once you set a financial vision, you must set goals that make your vision your reality. 

In this episode of Trading Stocks Made Easy, Tyrone Jackson has an insightful discussion with motivational speaker Ed Blunt. This episode will guide you through the tools you need to expand your life financially. 

Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term.

Visit the 

http://thewealthyinvestor.net

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TSME #44: Trader's Roundtable All-Star Edition


Fri, Dec 09, 2016


Hear from four all-star students of The Wealthy Investor Program in the most recent Trader's Roundtable from the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast. 

Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term.

Visit the 

http://thewealthyinvestor.net

to learn more. 



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TSME #43: Set Trading Goals


Wed, Nov 09, 2016


http://thewealthyinvestor.net  Let Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor teaches you how to trade and invest in the stock market for monthly income. Your goal should to learn as much as you can and keep your trading and investing simple. You can download The FREE Wealthy Investor e book Trading Stock for Wealth today.



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TSME# 42 Roundtable Four Trader's and their Millionaire Mindsets


Fri, Oct 28, 2016


The most recent episode in the Wealthy Investor Roundtable Series, wealth coach Tyrone Jackson sits down with four students in the Wealthy Investor program to discuss the market, trading, stocks, and finding financial freedom. 



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TSME #41: The 5 Secrets to Success


Wed, Sep 28, 2016


Join Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, as he details his five secrets to success, both financially and in life. 

The advantage of being connected to The Wealthy Investor program is finding out what stocks money is flowing to, getting a financial education, and learning how to manage risk and allocation all at the same time. 

Join The Wealthy Investor Community today HERE.



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TSME #40 Trader's Roundtable - Darcy & Greg


Thu, Sep 22, 2016


Born in Peekskill, Darcy Parsons attended school in Buffalo before moving to New York City where she became a producer. She worked on SNL for a few years as segment producer for anything filmed outside of the show. With experience in advertising and producing Darcy eventually moved to Los Angeles and worked in commercials. She opened her own company, Brewster Parsons, which specializes in photo real visual effects, direction, design, and project management.

Darcy had invested in the stock market in the late 90's and lost $10,000. She swore she would never invest in the stock market again. Instead she dappled in real estate investment. But when Darcy met someone who knew Tyrone and recommended his class, she decided it couldn’t hurt to hear his method. She was inspired by The Wealthy Investor program because there was accountability and monthly classes to make sure that the students are current with what is happening in the market. As a creative and a visual person, she enjoys that Tyrone's method simplifies something that is so extremely complex.

Darcy went to the class for 6 months before making her first trade. She made her first trade with Ebay and made $750 on a volatility trade. She made $2,000 her first month and became a believer.

In the Wealthy Investor Program, Tyrone and his students are simultaneously both traders, taking income in off a covered call or volatility trade, and investors who build wealth by building positions on $5 buy signals. Darcy has a few long-term positions in stocks that she uses this technique to build. This basically means that when you buy shares of a stock, you wait for it to go up five dollars to prove that it’s worthy of another round of investing.

Darcy also believes that dividends are hugely important. For example, Darcy owns Macy’s stock, which has dropped, but she is still capturing the income from the dividend. She also believes that this stock is a good long-term “date” and plans to hold onto it for a while.

Greg Vojtanek grew up outside of Chicago to a middle class family. The extent of his stock market education was a 45 minute lesson in high school. Greg majored in Theater at Lewis University outside of Chicago, IL. Afterwards he moved to Los Angeles to pursue in career in acting, until he moved to NYC for love. While in New York, he first began investing in real estate. He managed a small property in PA. Since he was already interested in investing and residual income, when his sister-in-law, Julie, invited him to the Wealthy Artist program (now The Wealthy Investor Program), it seemed like a natural fit. The system clicked for Greg. He really liked that it was just simple numbers on a page; there was no brick and mortar and certainly no leaky faucets to fix. He started getting really good at covered calls and discreetly started to tell people about it. Slowly he started convincing his family to let him show them his skills. He first started an account for his 13 year-old nephew and later took on his Mom’s account. 

When Greg’s brother-in-law had a big break in Hollywood, he knew he was about to come into a lot of money that he didn’t know what to do with. Since Greg was the only guy who knew that could handle money, he asked Greg to move out to LA and work for him. So Greg moved back out to Hollywood and took over his finances by opening a trading account for him. 

Now, between managing his own trading account and his job managing others, he is financially independent. He exemplifies this with a recent experience; “I thought I had x amount of dollars in my personal account. I logged on yesterday and it was a lot more than what I thought I had. I don’t really worry about my account value because I know it’s fine. It climbed without me even knowing it.” This has allowed Greg to get back to his creative roots. He is now a writer on a new show premiering next year.

When you know you have money coming in every month from the stock market it, Greg says it is “…one less thing to worry about, and for most people that’s 50% of their worries in their life. If you can eliminate that or at least bring that down to like 10%, life becomes a lot easier.” One of the reasons Greg is still trading and taking class is because he loves helping other people, and he love’s putting other people’s minds at ease. 

If you aren’t sure if you’ll find success in the stock market, Greg says, “I have met so many walks of life in six years of working with [Tyrone] of people all over the place who figure it out. It may take some people a couple more classes than others. It doesn’t matter, that’s fine. Wherever you are in your life is where you are, that’s fine. And however long it takes you to figure out the numbers or what’s going on, that’s fine. If it takes you a couple minutes, great. If it takes you a couple weeks, great. But you are on your own pace and it is really not difficult.” 

To get started, take a few minutes to visit TheWealthyInvestor.net and download the free E-Book Trading Stocks For Wealth



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TSME #39: From School Teacher to Wealthy Investor


Thu, Sep 15, 2016


Carol Werth shares her story with Tyrone Jackson, detailing how she went from being a school teacher to a successful part time trader and investor. 

To learn these basics and more, check out what Tyrone Jackson has to offer at WITradeschool.com

 

 



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TSME #38: The One Command with Asara Lovejoy


Thu, Sep 15, 2016


Asara Lovejoy is the Founder and President of The One Command Global Corporation Author, The One Command Berkley Publishing, Nightingale-Conant author, The One Command: Imprint Your DNA for Lasting Wealth and Happiness and The Theta Code: Activate Your Blueprint of Vital Health, and Founder The One Command Executive Success Coaching Certification program is an International seminar facilitator, coach and trainer who has brought her world renowned One Command program to over 500,000 folks around the world and counting.

Her message is simply this. “You have a greatness right within you and by directly accessing your theta brain wave you can instantly change your mind, your emotions, your genetic programs and your DNA by your command. Beloved speaker, and founder of The One Command? Executive Success Coaching program, Asara Lovejoy is one of the most compelling voices to emerge from the self-help and human potential arenas in decades. Worldwide, folks have responded to the new revelation in consciousness that Asara shares. She says, “You are hard-wired for success right within your brain, biology and DNA and in 6-easy steps and One Command we show you how to access that power.”

But the future didn’t always look so rosy. In The One Command programs Asara shares her ups and downs, wins and losses on her financial journey, a journey many of us have experienced. Applying the very principles she shares in her message she has turned her business into a worldwide enterprise sharing her message of possibilities as she goes.

Asara’s background includes a history of study and practice in many disciplines in our human potential. She has long been an investigator of the theta brain wave and the quantum field. Asara studied with renowned teachers in the fields of human consciousness and transformation, including seven years under the tutelage of Jack Schwarz who worked in conjunction with Dr. Elmer Green at his research center at the Langley Pointer Institute, where they studied beta, alpha, theta and delta brain wave frequencies and their effects on human health and consciousness. She mentored and taught with Paul Rebilliot through his Direct Impact Creativity program, doing trainings in Europe, Canada and the U.S. and over the years, Asara has received intensive training in quantum field theory, NLP, hypnotherapy, Psychodrama Impact Therapy, and Energy Healing.

Asara Lovejoy is an author who believes in action. She has worked tirelessly to bring her message of The One Command to the world. Starting with a turnkey book package to help promote her self-published book she has accomplished great success. The One Command is translated into Spanish, Japanese, German and Italian and Asara travels abroad to share the message of possibilities.

Visit Asara at www.successbyyourcommand.com and start on our Free Foundation Course Life at Your Command that explains how and why you are designed for greatness.



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TSME #37: Trader's Roundtable Number Two


Thu, Sep 15, 2016


Christopher Haro was born and raised in Los Angeles. His father worked at Boeing for over 48 years. He, himself, wanted to start working young to earn extra cash for playing video games down at the arcade. So he washed dishes and did whatever he could at his Uncle’s restaurant and he started his own little business mowing the lawns in his neighborhood.

Now, Mr. Haro is an accountant, a CPA, by trade. He had tried the stock market before the dot.com era by purchasing some options of AOL. It was a couple months before the market imploded and he lost all his money. He swore he would never invest in the stock market again. At the time he also owned real estate. He owned a rental property and his own house. His goal was to have 20 rental properties.

It is expensive to buy real estate in Los Angeles so Chris started doing his research on out of state properties. He bought property in places like Idaho and North Carolina. He figured that having five $100,000 properties would be less risky than one $500,000 property in LA where he would be at a huge loss if that one tenant didn’t pay on time.

Chris doesn't remember who turned him on to Covered Call Writing, but it was hard to believe that the money was that easy. He had started making the trades on his own but didn't have the discipline and the patience for it. As an accountant, he would simply see a loss when the stock went down instead of looking at the net positive. Now with his education from the Wealthy Investor he can see the opportunities in his trades no matter what the market does.

The best trade he made in his first year of trading was with Nike. He had bought 400 shares and kept selling covered calls. Wash, rinse, repeat. When the shares were finally bought away from him he had made $2,000 just making the same trade over and over again. Chris says that you don’t have to be good at math, it’s just coming in and doing it and learning the system and being consistent. The hardest part is the emotion and dealing with it when the market drops. Coming to class, he learns what to do when the market changes and how to benefit from it. This shifted his thought process.

Carrie Keranen is a successful working actress in the Los Angeles area. She grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, studied international business and Japanese at the University of Michigan, backpacked around Europe after college and then bought a one-way ticket to New York City. Despite her studies, Carrie couldn’t keep away from acting. Her career starts with voice over work, then flowed into theater, and eventually television and film. Carrie moved to Los Angeles after checking off the list of the things she wanted to accomplish in New York. 

When you are a working actor you have paychecks coming in from many different jobs and it forces you to have a more intimate relationship with your finances. You have to track your payments and keep your W-2’s and 1099’s organized. Sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down so you have to learn to live in the middle. When Carrie found herself in an up period she realized the worst thing she could do was just live off it and watch it go away. There had to be a way to make that money work for her to give her some semblance of control. She finally followed a friend into the Wealthy Investor Program with Tyrone Jackson.

When she first began, Carrie was terrified. But by the end of her first Wealthy Investor class, Carrie felt she understood the basic concepts. This gave her the feeling that she could eventually figure this out. 

After Carrie’s first trade, she did not have that “good” feeling. She realized that this meant she needed to check in with her negative feelings about money flowing towards her. In a way, she says that her entire first year has been about the internal journey. 

Now, Carrie loves covered calls because they reduce risk. You can guarantee you will have a return on your money every month. The hardest thing for Carrie to wrap her head around was that she could really take the money she was making trading! What has been amazing for her, is actually understanding the concepts well enough to decide for herself whether to trade an In the Money or an Out of the Money covered call. Although, she feels Out of the Money calls are sexier than the safe “grandma” In the Money calls. 

Carrie doesn’t consider herself a business person. It makes sense for her to trade companies that she understands, such as Disney (DIS) and Visa (V). Plus, having the community there for her to discuss the concepts as she is learning them is extremely helpful. She also thinks it is important to see what’s possible. Seeing where other people started and where they are now opens up her own realm of possibilities. Now, almost a year after her first class, Carrie achieved her goal of paying her rent with money from the stock market. 

During Carrie’s first class she was very tense and nervous. But then she said to herself, “Yes or no? This is either something you want to learn or it’s not something you want to learn. And if it’s something you want to learn - Learn it NOW.” 

Carrie realized early on, “This program is not about ‘I’m going to be a millionaire next week.’ This is about how to have continuous, sustainable, predictable wealth every month, out of every year, for the rest of my life and it’s starts where I’m at right now and grows from here.  And if I just keep pushing that line back next year, or next year, or next year, then it just means that I’m getting that started next year, or next year, or next year.’

Her advice to you is “Just take the next step. Don’t worry about everything and the whole big picture, just take the next step. Take it day by day. Just do what you can right now. You don’t think it’s going to make a different but it is going to make such a difference. You can’t even conceive of the ways that this is going to open up your mind, your heart, your spirit, your understanding, when you are on the fear side of it. The moment you take that first step, all those doors are going to start to open and it’s such a beautiful thing. Please, please, please do this for yourself.

Randy Hernandez is a successful model and actor who met Tyrone Jackson at an audition for an HBO Television series. He eventually signed up for Tyrone’s class, but began very slowly in the stock market. Randy says he opened his TD Ameritrade account and had money sitting in it for three months before he ever pulled the trigger on a trade. But opening that account was half the battle. 

Randy and Tyrone discuss how there is definitely a fear of failure, a fear of unknowing or not being financially educated that stops many of us from taking the leap. Anyone can make money in the stock market; you just have to have the mindset to see how it works. After making that first trade and seeing the money grow in his account, Randy made six figures in his first year of trading. 

Randy explains that the “millionaire mindset” isn’t really about having a million dollars in your account. It’s a feeling of freedom that you can have yourself, your family, and your lifestyle. You can have the power to eliminate stress and make money on your own terms. But you have to think of trading as part of your income, part of your daily lifestyle. If you treat it like that you will be responsible about it, not get greedy, and do the necessary research. 

One thing that helped Randy get past his fear was Tyrone’s format. He says that Tyrone teaches you in a way that is very safe—he always goes back to the basics no matter what is happening in the market. 

To learn these basics and more, check out what Tyrone Jackson has to offer at WITradeschool.com

Click here for more info. 



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TSME 36: Trader's Roundtable Number One


Fri, Aug 05, 2016


Tyrone talks stocks with students Christopher Haro, Carrie Keranen, and Randy Hernandez. 

Christopher Haro was born and raised in Los Angeles. His father worked at Boeing for over 48 years. He, himself, wanted to start working young to earn extra cash for playing video games down at the arcade. So he washed dishes and did whatever he could at his Uncle’s restaurant and he started his own little business mowing the lawns in his neighborhood.

Now, Mr. Haro is an accountant, a CPA, by trade. He had tried the stock market before the dot.com era by purchasing some options of AOL. It was a couple months before the market imploded and he lost all his money. He swore he would never invest in the stock market again. At the time he also owned real estate. He owned a rental property and his own house. His goal was to have 20 rental properties.

It is expensive to buy real estate in Los Angeles so Chris started doing his research on out of state properties. He bought property in places like Idaho and North Carolina. He figured that having five $100,000 properties would be less risky than one $500,000 property in LA where he would be at a huge loss if that one tenant didn’t pay on time.

Chris doesn't remember who turned him on to Covered Call Writing, but it was hard to believe that the money was that easy. He had started making the trades on his own but didn't have the discipline and the patience for it. As an accountant, he would simply see a loss when the stock went down instead of looking at the net positive. Now with his education from the Wealthy Investor he can see the opportunities in his trades no matter what the market does.

The best trade he made in his first year of trading was with Nike. He had bought 400 shares and kept selling covered calls. Wash, rinse, repeat. When the shares were finally bought away from him he had made $2,000 just making the same trade over and over again. Chris says that you don’t have to be good at math, it’s just coming in and doing it and learning the system and being consistent. The hardest part is the emotion and dealing with it when the market drops. Coming to class, he learns what to do when the market changes and how to benefit from it. This shifted his thought process.

Carrie Keranen is a successful working actress in the Los Angeles area. She grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, studied international business and Japanese at the University of Michigan, backpacked around Europe after college and then bought a one-way ticket to New York City. Despite her studies, Carrie couldn’t keep away from acting. Her career starts with voice over work, then flowed into theater, and eventually television and film. Carrie moved to Los Angeles after checking off the list of the things she wanted to accomplish in New York. 

When you are a working actor you have paychecks coming in from many different jobs and it forces you to have a more intimate relationship with your finances. You have to track your payments and keep your W-2’s and 1099’s organized. Sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down so you have to learn to live in the middle. When Carrie found herself in an up period she realized the worst thing she could do was just live off it and watch it go away. There had to be a way to make that money work for her to give her some semblance of control. She finally followed a friend into the Wealthy Investor Program with Tyrone Jackson.

When she first began, Carrie was terrified. But by the end of her first Wealthy Investor class, Carrie felt she understood the basic concepts. This gave her the feeling that she could eventually figure this out. 

After Carrie’s first trade, she did not have that “good” feeling. She realized that this meant she needed to check in with her negative feelings about money flowing towards her. In a way, she says that her entire first year has been about the internal journey. 

Now, Carrie loves covered calls because they reduce risk. You can guarantee you will have a return on your money every month. The hardest thing for Carrie to wrap her head around was that she could really take the money she was making trading! What has been amazing for her, is actually understanding the concepts well enough to decide for herself whether to trade an In the Money or an Out of the Money covered call. Although, she feels Out of the Money calls are sexier than the safe “grandma” In the Money calls. 

Carrie doesn’t consider herself a business person. It makes sense for her to trade companies that she understands, such as Disney (DIS) and Visa (V). Plus, having the community there for her to discuss the concepts as she is learning them is extremely helpful. She also thinks it is important to see what’s possible. Seeing where other people started and where they are now opens up her own realm of possibilities. Now, almost a year after her first class, Carrie achieved her goal of paying her rent with money from the stock market. 

During Carrie’s first class she was very tense and nervous. But then she said to herself, “Yes or no? This is either something you want to learn or it’s not something you want to learn. And if it’s something you want to learn - Learn it NOW.” 

Carrie realized early on, “This program is not about ‘I’m going to be a millionaire next week.’ This is about how to have continuous, sustainable, predictable wealth every month, out of every year, for the rest of my life and it’s starts where I’m at right now and grows from here.  And if I just keep pushing that line back next year, or next year, or next year, then it just means that I’m getting that started next year, or next year, or next year.’

Her advice to you is “Just take the next step. Don’t worry about everything and the whole big picture, just take the next step. Take it day by day. Just do what you can right now. You don’t think it’s going to make a different but it is going to make such a difference. You can’t even conceive of the ways that this is going to open up your mind, your heart, your spirit, your understanding, when you are on the fear side of it. The moment you take that first step, all those doors are going to start to open and it’s such a beautiful thing. Please, please, please do this for yourself.

Randy Hernandez is a successful model and actor who met Tyrone Jackson at an audition for an HBO Television series. He eventually signed up for Tyrone’s class, but began very slowly in the stock market. Randy says he opened his TD Ameritrade account and had money sitting in it for three months before he ever pulled the trigger on a trade. But opening that account was half the battle. 

Randy and Tyrone discuss how there is definitely a fear of failure, a fear of unknowing or not being financially educated that stops many of us from taking the leap. Anyone can make money in the stock market; you just have to have the mindset to see how it works. After making that first trade and seeing the money grow in his account, Randy made six figures in his first year of trading. 

Randy explains that the “millionaire mindset” isn’t really about having a million dollars in your account. It’s a feeling of freedom that you can have yourself, your family, and your lifestyle. You can have the power to eliminate stress and make money on your own terms. But you have to think of trading as part of your income, part of your daily lifestyle. If you treat it like that you will be responsible about it, not get greedy, and do the necessary research. 

One thing that helped Randy get past his fear was Tyrone’s format. He says that Tyrone teaches you in a way that is very safe—he always goes back to the basics no matter what is happening in the market. 

To learn these basics and more, check out what Tyrone Jackson has to offer at WITradeschool.com

Click here for more info. 



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TSME #035: A TV Writer’s Story of Financial Freedom


Wed, May 25, 2016


Greg Vojtanek grew up outside of Chicago to a middle class family. The extent of his stock market education was a 45 minute lesson in high school. Greg majored in Theater at Lewis University outside of Chicago, IL. Afterwards he moved to Los Angeles to pursue in career in acting, until he moved to NYC for love. While in New York, he first began investing in real estate. He managed a small property in PA. Since he was already interested in investing and residual income, when his sister-in-law, Julie, invited him to the Wealthy Artist program (now The Wealthy Investor Program), it seemed like a natural fit. The system clicked for Greg. He really liked that it was just simple numbers on a page; there was no brick and mortar and certainly no leaky faucets to fix. He started getting really good at covered calls and discreetly started to tell people about it. Slowly he started convincing his family to let him show them his skills. He first started an account for his 13 year-old nephew and later took on his Mom’s account. 

When Greg’s brother-in-law had a big break in Hollywood, he knew he was about to come into a lot of money that he didn’t know what to do with. Since Greg was the only guy who knew that could handle money, he asked Greg to move out to LA and work for him. So Greg moved back out to Hollywood and took over his finances by opening a trading account for him. 

Now, between managing his own trading account and his job managing others, he is financially independent. He exemplifies this with a recent experience; “I thought I had x amount of dollars in my personal account. I logged on yesterday and it was a lot more than what I thought I had. I don’t really worry about my account value because I know it’s fine. It climbed without me even knowing it.” This has allowed Greg to get back to his creative roots. He is now a writer on a new show premiering next year.

When you know you have money coming in every month from the stock market it, Greg says it is “…one less thing to worry about, and for most people that’s 50% of their worries in their life. If you can eliminate that or at least bring that down to like 10%, life becomes a lot easier.” One of the reasons Greg is still trading and taking class is because he loves helping other people, and he love’s putting other people’s minds at ease. 

If you aren’t sure if you’ll find success in the stock market, Greg says, “I have met so many walks of life in six years of working with [Tyrone] of people all over the place who figure it out. It may take some people a couple more classes than others. It doesn’t matter, that’s fine. Wherever you are in your life is where you are, that’s fine. And however long it takes you to figure out the numbers or what’s going on, that’s fine. If it takes you a couple minutes, great. If it takes you a couple weeks, great. But you are on your own pace and it is really not difficult.” 

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TSME #034: Billionaires vs. Millionaires


Wed, May 18, 2016


Owning and investing in the stock market requires that you believe that there are companies making money whose profits are going to go higher in the future. Many people think you would want to buy a stock at $7 and wait for it to raise $700 to get rich. However, this rarely happens. Instead, you should buy stock from companies that are already doing well, that are earning billions per quarter and annually. When they are earning high revenues, wall street rewards them with a higher stock price. 

There are more an more billionaires today because there are many companies who are doing extremely well, and their executives and investors are benefiting. 

For example, the company Oracle (ORCL) was founded by a man named Larry Ellison, who is now worth 43 billion dollars. Oracle has seen consistent revenue growth year after year. As the founder, Larry Ellison owns a number of shares of the stock, and it has made him a billionaire. 

 

When someone is a great innovator and they have the good fortune to be backed by wall street, they are given a certain number of shares of their company before it goes public. For the sake of the example, let’s say that number is 1 million shares priced at $1. When the company goes public, the shares are valued and sold at $40. Now, that innovator is worth $40 million. You can see how someone might become a billionaire, if they were given or purchased 50 million shares of a stock at $10 before it went public. 

Being on the inside before a company goes public can make you a billionaire. However, you can still do well buy purchasing shares of a company after it has gone public and has proven it’s consistent revenue. In The Wealthy Investor program we never purchase IPO’s because want to wait for the company to prove itself and its revenue first. 

Pepsico (PEP)’s CEO is named Indra Nooyi. She is worth 144 million dollars because as a part of her pay package she is issued a certain number of shares of Pepsi. She has not made it to the billionaire realm yet mainly because there is more money to be made in software these days than there is in soft drinks. 

 

Jeff Bezos who founded Amazon (AMZN) is worth over 50 billion dollars because Amazon’s stock has gone from $200 to $700 in the last five years. The higher the share price, the more his net worth will grow. 

Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft is worth 76 billion dollars. When Microsoft started there was a lot of running room for software companies. Shareholders who bought into the company after the revenue started rising were rewarded handsomely. 

 

If you are not in on the ground floor of a company, it probably won’t making you a billionaire. However, investing into companies who are continuously growing their revenues can make you a millionaire. First, you have to get a financial education. Guessing is not investing. Guessing that a company’s stock could go higher is a losing strategy. You must learn to follow revenue. 

If you want a shot at becoming a billionaire, you need to follow an investing plan that has been proven to work. Here's a tip from The Wealthy Investor program: When you start buying stocks, buy in small increments. In The Wealthy Investor Program we call this building a position. If I wanted to buy shares of Oracle, Amazon, Pepsi, or Microsoft, I would start by purchasing 10 share. Then I would wait for the stock to go up five dollars to prove to me that it is worth purchasing more shares. 

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TSME #033: Turn Key Real Estate and Stocks


Thu, May 05, 2016


This show is all for your edification and today you can learn not only about the stock market, but about real estate. 

Linda Pliagas became fascinated with real estate because her parents lost their home when she was 15. They went through a foreclosure and it was quite traumatic for Linda. She realized that when she was an adult she wanted to be successful and be able to take control of her financial future. 

In order to go from a poverty mindset to get financially stable she thought she needed to work a lot of hours and be diligent. Later on she realized that instead of working hard she had to work smart. After this realization she went back to school. She became the first one in her family to get a Bachelor’s degree. She had to work her way through school so it took her a little longer to get the degree but she did it.

When Linda met her husband, his family was full of savvy investors. They were first generation americans who had immigrated from Greece. They worked 16 hour days to save their money and then they began investing in real estate. By the time Linda came into the picture they had built a nest egg of residential and commercial properties. Because the topic of real estate was a part of family gatherings Linda became very intrigued by it. 

Those around Linda who were active investors, whether it was real estate or stocks, were putting their money to work. Investors were living much better lives than those holding down regular jobs and spending most of the money they made. These people seemed to always be chasing that next beautiful object for instant gratification. 

The very first real estate deal Linda did, she had no money. Linda came across a house that she fell in love with. She and her husband asked for assistance from her husband’s family and they worked out a private loan that benefited both parties. A few years later, once they already owned one property, they were able to refinance with a home equity line of credit. They used that money to invest in another property. They were able to repeat this process a few times to increase their investments and their positive cash flow. Their second and third properties were both multi-family homes, which was better for their cash flow. 

In the beginning, Linda did the property management herself in order to keep costs down. However, now she hires professionals and has luckily never had issues with tenants not paying rent. At the height of her real estate career she had six four-unit properties, a single family home and a vacation home. After Linda and her husband began to grow their portfolio, they created a cooperation to protect their personal assets. 

Linda has been licensed as a real estate agent for 14 years. She began helping other people find properties in 2005 by referring them to her network of brokers and property managers. She received referrals fees from the brokers. Linda started putting on events and put together a magazine. It started out as a hobby but it is now her passion and of course, a business. 

When you open your mind to the type of residual income there is in the universe, there is no limit.

Turn-Key Real Estate is a great option for people just starting out in real estate. Linda is lucky to deal with one of the most popular and wonderful turn key providers in the country. These providers will buy a property at a discounted rate, many of which are in distressed situations where the owners can’t make payments or maybe a tenant passed away, etc. They will rehab the property, make it functioning and livable, which brings up the value of the neighborhood. After the asset is rented and the property is performing, they will get an investor to purchase the property. This is called a turn-key property. A lot of these properties are in smaller markets all across the country, so you can get started in real estate for much less than you would in New York or Los Angeles. 

The more Linda studied successful entrepreneurs and the real people with money in this country, she saw that wealthy people have diversified portfolios. They purposefully do not put all their eggs in one basket. They balance their money as well as their risk. This is what opened Linda's mind to investing in the stock market as well.  

Linda believes it is so important to have the right mindset. Getting to this point in her life has not been easy and she works long hours and puts a lot of effort into what she does. However, everything that is worthwhile is worth pursuing. You need to have faith in who you are and in your talents. Why is it that you want to be successful? The “why” is very important, and love is a great motivating force. 

For more information on investing in real estate, visit Linda Pliagas' websites Realty411guide.com and Realty411expo.com.

The wealthiest people in the world have a diversified portfolio. Covered Call writing can bring you guaranteed income from the stock market. This income can help get you the down payment for your first property. To change your financial future today, visit TheWealthyInvestor.net.

 

 



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TSME #032: The Art of Trading


Wed, Apr 27, 2016


Jessie Shaw grew up in Pueblo, Colorado. Her father was a jazztrombone player and also played classically with the orchestra inthe city. Her mom was a homemaker. The arts were encouraged in herhousehold and both she and her sister studied music in college.Jessie attended graduate school at the University of Iowa, then amusic conservatory in Brussels, Belgium before moving to New YorkCity. She has an undergraduate in music education, an MBA from NYUin statistics and marketing, and a Masters of Oriental Medicine.She currently practices acupuncture and Chinese medicine one day aweek and the rest of the week runs the research department for alarge business publication. This job requires a lot of quantitativestudies, and as she puts it, Jessie loves numbers. She is that rareartistic soul that views numbers just like art. 

Jessie became interested in the stock market and studied a bitbefore she stumbled across The Wealthy Investor program. She readbooks like “Stock Investing for Dummies” and still couldn’t makesense of it. It had always been a longing for her to understand itin a deeper way. When she heard about Tyrone’s class she knew itwould be perfect. 

Trading and investing in the market is an art to Jessie becauseshe feels that she is always trying to understand the essence ofthe market. It has always been rather allusive to her. Now that shehas been studying the market with Tyrone for a year, she findsherself to be working with it on two levels. First she is followingstocks and estimating where they might go next and second she isattempting to understand and have facility with the strategies fortrading the stocks.  

The first time the stock market went down after she had startedstudying with Tyrone, she felt like she was in new water with whichshe was not comfortable. However, with Tyrone’s teachings onshifting your mindset, she learned to lean into the strategy.Jessie found a fluidity in her ability to trade so that no matterwhat the market was doing she could find a level of comfort andride it through. 

Jessie likes working with DOW stocks specifically because it’snice to know that they have been around for the long-term and aregoing to continue to rise. And if something drastic is going tohappen, there will probably be some foreshadowing to it. Luckily,tracking the news in the business world is part of her job, sotracking the earnings of the companies she has invested in has comeeasily to her. It’s very interesting for her to notice thepatterns. 

Of all the strategies so far, Jessie’s favorite is writingcovered calls on stocks that pay nice dividends because its suchguaranteed income. She also appreciates selling in-the-moneycovered calls as a form of downside protection. So far, volatilitytrading has seemed to be the hardest for her, though she had a goodrun with Restoration Hardware stock lately. Her goal within thenext 24 - 36 months is to become really sharp at options trading sothat she can make bigger options purchases in the future, and enjoybigger rewards. 

Between her full time job and her creative endeavors, Jessie isable to fit in time to plan her trades on the weekends. She looksat each stock she owns and calculates the cost basis and figuresout what her strategy for the next week is going to be. That wayduring the week she is simply executing trades. 

Having this new sense of financial control, Jessie feels moreempowered as a person. There are places that she would like to takeher life and a way she would like to organize her life so that shecan pursue her creative interests with a greater amount oftime. 

Jessie says that with anything complicated, it’s better to biteit off in small chews. Do it in small chunks and anyone can getthere if you are very slow and very patient.

Her parting words of advise are “It’s a lost opportunity if youdon’t look into it. It’s a way of not drinking the societal KoolAid of the idea that we can’t do this on our own and someone who isa “specialist” is the only one who can handle this for us. It’s away of taking control over your finances. Go slow and understandthat you just need to focus a little bit. It’s really not all thatdaunting. It’s just math.”

As Tyrone Jackson always says, if you completed the fourthgrade, you can handle this math. So do yourself a favor and applythat fourth grade education and learn how to invest in the stockmarket. Visit The WealthyInvestor.net and download your free copy ofTrading Stocks for Wealth to begin your journey today.



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TSME #031: The Money Language Part 2


Thu, Mar 17, 2016


Back by popular demand, Tyrone Jackson breaks down the language and concepts of the stock market. 

 

Money Flow

Money flow refers to where the big money is. By “big money” Tyrone is referring to insurance companies, big banks, hedge funds, college endowments, who have hundreds of millions of dollars invested in the stock market. While the average individual investor buys about ten to one hundred shares of a certain stock, the big money institutions purchases ten to twenty million shares of that same stock. 

 

Penny Stocks

A penny stock is a stock that costs under $5 per share. The typical thought is, “If I get a thousand shares of the stock at $2, when it goes to $4 I’ll make a lot of money.” The problem with penny stocks is there is not a lot of money flow from the big institutions to these stocks. They are very vulnerable to corruption and the possibility for manipulation is too strong. 

Stocks that are above $50 per share tend to attract banks and insurance companies. If you have less than $5,000 to get started invested, you should put your money in the companies that have the highest probably of attracting big investors. We need the big money to push the stock price higher. The purchase of 20 million shares by a big institution can push the price of a stock up. 

Our job is to pick stocks that we like and that Wall Street also likes.

 

Risk

If you are in a penny stock you are in a higher risk category because we don’t know anything about the company and its earnings. If you are invested in a stock like Disney, whose revenues come from hotels, resorts, theme parks (real estate), broadcasting, feature films and merchandising, you are in a lower risk stock. Wall Street is wildly attracted to Disney stock and its price will continue to rise. DOW Jones stocks are generally lower risk. 

 

Allocation

Allocation refers to your money as if it were a pizza pie. What will we do with each slice? For The Wealthy Investor students, most of the slices are allocated to DOW stocks because they are lower risk. This stacks the deck in our favor in terms of long-term investments and risk management. 

If we wanted to add a little risk for potential reward, we can allocate some of those slices to stocks in the S&P 500 index. For example, Starbucks is not in the DOW but it is in the S&P 500. Wall Street still really likes Starbucks and the stock is great for selling covered calls. 

 

The advantage of being connected to The Wealthy Investor program is finding out what stocks money is flowing to, getting a financial education, and learning how to manage risk and allocation all at the same time. 

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TSME #030: The First Year of Trading


Wed, Mar 09, 2016


Carrie Keranen is a successful working actress in the Los Angeles area. She grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, studied international business and Japanese at the University of Michigan, backpacked around Europe after college and then bought a one-way ticket to New York City. Despite her studies, Carrie couldn’t keep away from acting. Her career starts with voice over work, then flowed into theater, and eventually television and film. Carrie moved to Los Angeles after checking off the list of the things she wanted to accomplish in New York. 

When you are a working actor you have paychecks coming in from many different jobs and it forces you to have a more intimate relationship with your finances. You have to track your payments and keep your W-2’s and 1099’s organized. Sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down so you have to learn to live in the middle. When Carrie found herself in an up period she realized the worst thing she could do was just live off it and watch it go away. There had to be a way to make that money work for her to give her some semblance of control. She finally followed a friend into the Wealthy Investor Program with Tyrone Jackson.

When she first began, Carrie was terrified. But by the end of her first Wealthy Investor class, Carrie felt she understood the basic concepts. This gave her the feeling that she could eventually figure this out. 

After Carrie’s first trade, she did not have that “good” feeling. She realized that this meant she needed to check in with her negative feelings about money flowing towards her. In a way, she says that her entire first year has been about the internal journey. 

Now, Carrie loves covered calls because they reduce risk. You can guarantee you will have a return on your money every month. The hardest thing for Carrie to wrap her head around was that she could really take the money she was making trading! What has been amazing for her, is actually understanding the concepts well enough to decide for herself whether to trade an In the Money or an Out of the Money covered call. Although, she feels Out of the Money calls are sexier than the safe “grandma” In the Money calls. 

Carrie doesn’t consider herself a business person. It makes sense for her to trade companies that she understands, such as Disney (DIS) and Visa (V). Plus, having the community there for her to discuss the concepts as she is learning them is extremely helpful. She also thinks it is important to see what’s possible. Seeing where other people started and where they are now opens up her own realm of possibilities. Now, almost a year after her first class, Carrie achieved her goal of paying her rent with money from the stock market. 

During Carrie’s first class she was very tense and nervous. But then she said to herself, “Yes or no? This is either something you want to learn or it’s not something you want to learn. And if it’s something you want to learn - Learn it NOW.” 

Carrie realized early on, “This program is not about ‘I’m going to be a millionaire next week.’ This is about how to have continuous, sustainable, predictable wealth every month, out of every year, for the rest of my life and it’s starts where I’m at right now and grows from here.  And if I just keep pushing that line back next year, or next year, or next year, then it just means that I’m getting that started next year, or next year, or next year.’

Her advice to you is “Just take the next step. Don’t worry about everything and the whole big picture, just take the next step. Take it day by day. Just do what you can right now. You don’t think it’s going to make a different but it is going to make such a difference. You can’t even conceive of the ways that this is going to open up your mind, your heart, your spirit, your understanding, when you are on the fear side of it. The moment you take that first step, all those doors are going to start to open and it’s such a beautiful thing. Please, please, please do this for yourself.”

 

So take that step now and download Tyrone Jackson’s free E-Book Trading Stocks for Wealth at TheWealthyInvestor.net.

 

 

 



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TSME #029: Stock Trading with Discipline


Wed, Feb 24, 2016


Ka Pang is probably one of Tyrone Jackson’s most curious students. He is a successful graphic designer turned stock market trader.

Born in Hong Kong, Ka came to the United States when he was ten years old. His parents were in the restaurant business and didn’t know much about the stock market. Ka enjoyed working and started to save money. Eventually he graduated to the thought: what do you with that money, other than spend it?

When it came to the stock market, Ka lacked a good system; everything was trial and error at first. When he joined The Wealthy Investor Program he learned a disciplined system, which he says simplified and slowed down the game for him. That discipline consists of how you allocate your portfolio, how many options to purchase, knowing to always going back to the covered call, and having x number of strategies to employ when the stock market changes. Even just learning to always choose a stock that is in an upward trend, has 4 quarters of top line revenue growth, and pays a dividend changed the game for Ka.

When Ka entered Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor Program there was a period of just trying to understand everything, almost like learning a new language. He took it one step at a time. Once he understood all the trades and tools in his arsenal, the ah-ha moment was realizing that there is a time and place for each strategy. Once you learn it you want to run out and do it, but the key is learning timing and how to react to the market.

Ka has made it all the way through to Tyrone’s Mentor Program, the most advanced level. A lot of people who like to trade options choose to trade shorter-dated options. However, Tyrone teaches his students to trade the longer-dated options, called the Long-term Equity Anticipation Securities, or LEAPS. Ka likes the leverage of these trades, that they are cheaper to get into, and that you can make a lot of money for a small movement in the stock price. You also never know what the market is going to do, so by having a longer-dated trade you have more options as to what you can do in response to the market.

Ka’s number one rule is to not lose the money he already has, which makes him a more conservative trader. He will never abandon covered calls because he equates them to owning rental property - it’s like renting out the stock you already own for guaranteed income. Its easy money that he can then use as leverage to purchase LEAPS, which is his favorite trade in a bull market.

As long as Ka is bringing in the money to cover his expenses, he can basically consider himself ready to retire. He can picture making up to $15,000 per month just from trading within the next three years.

Ka’s advice to beginners is that there’s a certain level of risk, but if you don’t start somewhere, get a mentor, and get the education that you need to at least get exposed to it; you’re never going to go anywhere. People are always complaining about their life but they don’t want change, which is counterintuitive. It’s all in the art of the start.

So master that art and get started right now at TheWealthyInvestor.net! If you are ready to follow monthly trades and get in the game, check out WITradeSchool.com.

 



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TSME #028: Managing Risk


Wed, Feb 17, 2016


Anytime you put money in the stock market, you are putting it at risk. Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, explains that we do this because we can get a higher rater return on our money than if we were to just leave our money in a savings account at 1%. Some stocks are riskier than others to own because their company’s don’t have a great track record of earnings.

Tyrone's student Crystal Williams joins the show today. She is not only a stock market trader, but also works in the insurance business, so she truly understands how to manage risk. 

Crystal grew up in the Palm Springs area and graduated from The University of Redlands. In 2002 she got a job as an admin assistant for a company in the insurance risk business. She worked closely with her boss who taught her how to underwrite. Eventually, she was able to grow within the company and purchase the prescription drug block of the business.

After relocating to Long Beach, she found Tyrone Jackson's class through MeetUp.com. Crystal had read some literature about the stock market and was already interested. When she found Tyrone’s program, the covered call strategy alone opened her eyes.

Crystal's first big ah-ha moment was about a year ago, when she really started to understand the call spreads. It kept her really involved in all the trades she had planned out. She was consistent and believed in the stock that she was trading. Crystal believes what is important is having a strategy and having a plan. Know the stocks you are trading in and stick with them. There’s so many shiny objects that get thrown at us, it is easy to fall of your discipline, but that’s not how you’ll make money.

If you are constantly trading, you are not really building wealth. Building positions in stocks has been the most profitable for Crystal. She can really look back over the year and see the growth. As Tyrone explains, you do have to pay taxes on trades but not when you are holding a stock because you are simply asset building.

Having not been an expert in math, Crystal feels that just being involved in numbers has helped her. To succeed in the stock market, it’s about spending the time, evaluating the numbers, tying it all together and understanding the story. Crystal thinks knowing excel also helps because you can create some pretty neat stock spreadsheets to help you plan.

Crystal likes DOW stocks that are less risk for covered calls and building positions, but she does like to allocate a small portion to growth stocks that have the potential to grow faster than the DOW stocks. She allocates 10% or less of her portfolio to these riskier stock to give her a little excitement.

Finally, Crystal says there's nothing to be afraid of, especially when you are trading or investing in DOW stocks. The stock market may have a down day, but seeing her stock drop in the news doesn't bother her anymore.

Manage risk, grow your money, and find financial freedom just like Crystal at TheWealthyInvestor.net.

 



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TSME #027: The Money Language


Wed, Jan 20, 2016


In the 30's, 40's and 50's, there was no internet. The majority of people didn't even own televisions. This meant that only the very wealthy had access to the stock market and to people who could get them in and out of stocks. Because of the limited information, even those who had access mostly stayed with the names and companies with which they were familiar. The main exceptions were people who actually worked on Wall Street.

In the 1990's the technological revolution began. Internet connection became dominant and leveled the playing field of the stock market. Now everyone has access to Wall Street. Tyrone's favorite website for researching the stock market is yahoo.com/finance. He uses this research tool to look at a company's profile, 5 year chart, top-line revenue, major shareholders and more, all before logging into his brokerage account to actually execute his trades.

Yahoo is great for research but it does not give you strategies, trades, and ideas for actually making money in the market. It also does not explain the language and vocabulary of the stock market, which can make beginners feel intimidated.

Tyrone breaks down stock market terms so that you can speak the money language with fluidity:


Bull Market: refers to the rising of most stocks, the general forward movement of the stock market

Bear Market: refers to the general decline of the stock market

Index: a listing of certain stocks, generally used a measurement of the value of a section of the stock market to determine the overall market's current strength

Examples:

Dow Jones Industrial Average – The top 30 stocks in the US stock market

Standard and Poor’s 500 (S&P 500)- The top 500 stocks in the US stock market

Divergence: happens when the DOW Jones is up but the S&P 500 is down, or vice versa

Allocation: the way an investor divides his/her money into different portfolios and stocks for different purposes

Building a Position: Purchasing shares of a Dow or growth stock and buying more shares when the stock price increases in small increments

Float: The amount of shares in the public domain to be traded on a daily basis

Dividend: As a shareholder, your share of a company's profits distributed generally on a quarterly basis

 

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TSME #026: Helping Others with Money


Wed, Jan 13, 2016



Tyrone Jackson feels that podcasting is a wonderful way of getting his message out to the world. This is a form of service - of helping the general public.

He only asks that if he helps you, that you in turn, help others. When you start making large sums of money you may find that you can help others; your church, your community, or a charity that you like.

Normally Tyrone is interviewing other people, so he doesn't often tell his story. However, he recently appeared as a guest on radio personality Debra Mark's show. She interviewed Tyrone on how he got started and why his approach to teaching the stock market works.

Tyrone Jackson was raised in Staten Island by a single mother in federally subsidized housing. He remembers there never being any money unless it was time for the income tax return. Tyrone took on his mother's money beliefs that life was going to be hard, making money would be a struggle, and that the only way to make more money was to get a job that paid overtime. But Tyrone had a barrel full of dreams and a curiosity about money and how people got wealthy. There was an inner conflict inside him.

Neighbors and people around Tyrone were moving forward with their lives, moving out of the apartments and into houses. He was curious how that happened. It wasn't until years later that Tyrone realized how powerful your thoughts are. Today he calls that your "millionaire mindset." No matter how much money you earn right now, if you can learn how to think and prioritize like a really rich person, you can become a really rich person.

Tyrone worked on television for years, and in television you are always wondering when your next gig will be. He learned he needed to put some of his paychecks away somewhere so he would always be okay between gigs. Later he learned the best place to put his money was the stock market. He learned he could open a brokerage account for only $500 and if he kept putting money in every month, then that money would grow. First he would add $50 per week, then $100 per week, then $1000 per month, and that's how he started to build his account.

Tyrone never thought of himself as a "struggling" actor. He was just on his way to the next gig and setting goals for the next phase of his life. As Debra Mark points out, he has always been a "glass half full" type of guy.

Years later, Tyrone teaches his stock market approach to people across the country. The Wealthy Investor approach is quite simple. In fact that is Tyrone's strength as a teacher - putting complex ideas about the the stock market into simple terms.

People are attracted to The Wealthy Investor because you can make lot of money, it's simple, and there's one core trade that gets people hooked. That trade is covered call writing: if you have 100 shares of a stock priced at $39, you can sell an option to someone else to buy those shares away from you when the stock hits $40. You make money for selling that right to buy, or option. For 100 shares, you would take in $100 guaranteed profit.

People are afraid because we have been conditioned to think that money is a service, that we should be paying someone else to take care of it for us. We believe that the people who handle money are much smarter than we are, but in reality they are not, they are simply doing their jobs. You can save money on the service fees if you learn how to handle your money yourself.

It is our belief about money, not our education, that determines how much money you make in this life. Tyrone teaches positive beliefs through story telling. However, he doesn't want to have to convince people. The message falls on the people who were meant to hear it.

Tyrone's advice for people who are ready to make changes is to stop hanging out with broke people. Birds of a feather stick together. We have a tendency to huddle together with people who are like us in our thinking and that is going to affect your money.

His other piece of advice is this: If all your dreams were to come true, write down what kind of house you would have, what kind of car you would buy, where you would like to live, what your perfect day looks like etc. We call this visualization. Your brain starts to focus on the things that are written down and the things you think about the most.

You are involved in the active process of creating your life every single day whether you realize it or not. You have appointments, things you focus on, to-do lists, and if wealth and financial freedom are not on that list, you will start to focus on the reality that you see around you every day as opposed to the reality that you want.

So focus on the reality you want, upgrade your friends, and remember to help others along the way.

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TSME #025: Billion Dollar Revenue Streams


Fri, Dec 18, 2015


 

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TSME #024: High Risk Stocks


Wed, Nov 11, 2015


Tyrone Jackson has been teaching for almost 10 years and trading for over 20 years, and he always starts by teaching his students on and offline to write covered calls. This is a great place to start because it produces guaranteed residual income. We want to own stocks that pay dividends and that allow us to sell call options. 

There are always going to be people who like high risk stocks. They think if they buy these risky stocks for very cheap right before the stock sky rockets they will make quick money. The problem is this pattern rarely happens. You are better off going with the more established names with consistent top line revenue. 

Here are a few examples of high risk stocks that traders have been tempted to invest in for the past few years:

 

Tesla

A lot of people got excited about Tesla automobiles and recognized their opportunity to have a significant impact on the auto buying market. Had you bought the stock five years ago with a $1,000 investment, today your shares would be worth $8,600. Its not that the company is so great, it’s just that investors got very excited about what Tesla was doing. However this is a high risk stock because the company does not have a long track record, it does not pay a dividend, and it doesn’t have a history of top line revenue. The revenue hasn’t been there long enough for us to follow it as a disciplined investor.

 

Go Pro

You’ve seen the Go Pro cameras; they are very cool products to own and they capture beautiful video. However, we in the Wealthy Investor program, never purchase stocks from companies that only have one product. Yes they have different version of the same product, but Go Pro could easily be dominated by a bigger player. A company like Apple could come out with their version of this camera tomorrow and knock Go Pro out of the game, because Apple has a very loyal fan base. If you’ve noticed over the past few years the Go Pro shares has gone from a high of $90 per share down to $25 per share. 

 

Pandora

The problem with Pandora stock is, if Apple decided to launch a music service that rivaled them, Apple would take the market share. Pandora has gone from a high of $37 per share down to $13 per share.

If you are just starting out, you want to start by investing in lower risk companies. If you grow your account over time on the strength of these low risk companies, in the future you may be able to afford a little more risk. For now, your next step is to visit TheWealthyInvestor.net and download the free ebook Trading Stocks for Wealth. This ebook will introduce you to low risk strategies. There is no reason for you to take on more risk than necessary. Click HERE now. 



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TSME #023: Mutual Funds vs. Stocks


Wed, Nov 04, 2015


Some people say, “I would never put my money in the stock market because it’s too risky.” Yes there is risk, but without risk there would be no reward. There are companies in the DOW jones that are less risky because they have proven their revenue - companies like Coca Cola, Disney, Apple etc. In the Wealthy Investor Program we try to balance risk by leaning a little more conservative and having most of our money in DOW stocks. 

Today Tyrone talks with someone well versed in risk. Josh Belanger is an option trading specialist and author of the book Fearless Investing With Options. Josh began working at 19 as a pizza delivery boy. He told one of his regular customers about his dreams of becoming a stock broker, and the customer advised him to get a Series 7. While Josh studied to pass the Series 7 exam he worked on the floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange as a runner - the lowest man on the totem pole. After the test, Josh had a career as a stock broker, or financial adviser. 

After paying his dues, Josh started to see how the internet and technology was changing the industry. He also realized that he wasn’t really learning to play the game of the stock market. He got out of the finance industry and started trading options aggressively. Now Josh is the founder of www.OptionSIZZLE.com where he publishes free daily investing and trading tips and teaches struggling self directed investors how to become more profitable trading options while reducing risk, creating higher chances of success and generating better returns in any type of financial market. 

Having been on the other side, Josh believes that mutual funds are legally stealing everyone's money. The monstrous fees taken by the financial advisors and firms compared to the little amount of money they make you in return is unreasonable. Also, financial advisors are required to operate under so many legal restrictions, that there's not much they are allowed to do to grow your money.

Now trading on his own and helping others to do so, Josh has focused mainly on options trading. In Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor approach, he teaches LEAPS options trading. In a LEAP, the option has a one year expiration date. Josh’s strategy utilizes shorter time frames; his options usually expire in 30 - 50 days. Josh looks more for income generating opportunities instead of focusing on long term investing or day trading. 

Josh believes that one of the first things you need to understand is implied volatility. Ideally if you buy an option you want the implied volatility levels to be low. If you buy an option, you want to look to sell it. Your fear about what could happen is greater than what really happens in the market. Typically Josh buys an option and sells another option. He does this to reduce the overall cost and increase the probability of success. This would be considered a spread.

As Tyrone always says, "The Stock Market is a game with a hundred ways to play it." To learn how to build your strategy and get in the game visit WITradeSchool.com



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TSME #022: Wealth Building - Frequently Asked Questions


Wed, Oct 28, 2015


Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, answers the most common questions he is asked about trading and investing: 

 

1) It all seems so complicated, where do I go to actually open my online brokerage account?


Prior to the internet you would need a family relationship to someone at a brokerage account to help guide you through the stock market. The stock market was the playground for the rich because you would have to actually follow your stocks in the newspaper to see if they went up or down. It was hard to get rich if you didn’t have access to the information. Well now we all have access to the information online. We can do our research for free. This means that anyone with $500 - $1000 can go to ETrade.com, TDAmeritrade.com, Fidelity.com, or Schwab.com and open an online brokerage account. Once you fund your account you have access to buying and selling stocks.

However, if you have no financial education you can get yourself into trouble. One of Tyrone Jackson’s first rules is to never buy stocks that are under $20 per share. Those stocks generally don’t have institutional involvement in them. A good rule of thumb is to be in the stocks that the big money is in.

Be humble enough to know that theres a lot of things you won’t know. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

 


2) How do I know what stocks to start with?

There are a hundred ways to start investing. The stock market is one game and 100 ways to play it. Simply, start with companies you are familiar with because it will be easier to do research on them. It is also wise to only buy stocks that are in the DOW Jones Industrial Average.

 

3) Can you explain what a covered call is?

Writing a covered call is essentially buying some shares that you are willing to sell the rights to at a higher price, which is called the strike price. Whether or not the stock reaches that higher price, you get paid for that right to buy it. This type of trade can be made as frequently as every week and it can be made in your IRA and your cash account. It is very versatile. The Wealthy Investor program can teach you to build a whole profile around covered call writing.

 

Listen to the episode to hear more of Tyrone Jackson's helpful answers. 

You will have access to Wall Street for the rest of your life, but you need a financial education to teach you how to utilize it. Start your education today at WITradeSchool.com. Or download the Tyrone Jackson's FREE eBook at TheWealthyInvestor.net.  



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TSME #021: $12,000 in a Day - Advanced Trading


Wed, Oct 21, 2015


Tyrone interviews one of his more advanced students, Patrick Giugliano, about his experience trading so far.

Patrick started as an engineer but decided he didn’t want to make a career of it. The medical field spoke to him because he enjoyed helping people. Luckily it is in Dr. Giugliano’s nature to flourish in difficult situations because he chose one of the hardest disciplines of medicine: sleep medicine. Eventually Patrick built a private practice and had a long and successful career. Recently he retired and is happy to make trading his main source of income.

Patrick was attracted to the Wealthy Investor program because Tyrone came from a common background, similar to himself. He also appreciates that Tyrone teaches you to trade like the institutions trade. The institutions, or the big money, refers to the banks, college endowments, insurance companies, and hedge funds that trade a million or more contracts at once. These large trades truly affect the market. By understanding why the institutions trade the way they do, an individual can anticipate moves in the market and ride the coat tails of these companies.

The first trade that Tyrone teaches is covered call writing because it helps to shift your mindset to see what is possible. Patrick says he doesn’t have a favorite type of covered call because he uses the different types of trades to react to what is happening in the market. For example, in a bull market he would use out of the money calls. On a more advanced level, Patrick is attracted to owning LEAPS, or Long-term Equity Anticipation Securities, because of their extrinsic value and because purchasing a longer option gives you the time to be right.

When Tyrone teaches more complex derivatives, which are basically buying longer calls, he teaches his students to buy a lot of time because that call option will go up exponentially as the stock moves up and time becomes kind of like an insurance policy.

Patrick uses compounding by going back and forth between the Delta 30 and the Delta 70. At the end of the cycle he ends up with more contracts than he started with. When he gets to the point where he has doubled his contracts, he then buys a stock like Apple or H&R Block and moves his money out of a trading scenario into a long term investment scenario.

Planting seeds and making investments to plan for the future is very important. Wealth is a feeling first and when you start to see your account balance rising, it gives you more confidence overall.

Patrick’s best trade happened recently. A few weeks ago the stock market went down a record 10,000 points in 5 trading days. Then on one day it dropped almost 1,100 points. Although this sounds bad, there was an opportunity because the big money was buying right back in. Patrick saw that the institutions were bringing the market back up and bought a leap at this moment. On that same day he made $12,000.

Getting a financial education has helped Patrick to create a nest egg for his family and still retire from his job. He will trade for the rest of his life because it's exciting, it keeps his mind going, and it funds his lifestyle.

Patrick’s advice to new traders is this: the most important thing about the Wealthy Investor program is being able to understand what to do if the market is bullish going up, bearish going down, or if its range bound, so that you can make money no matter what happens. The only way to make money on a regular basis is to be methodical. Even the best traders in the world know that they will only be right 19 out of 20 times, so you have to have a plan.

And our Wealthy Investor, Tyrone Jackson, agrees. It’s not about making fast money all the time. We want predictable income.

If you want to participate in advanced trades like Patrick Giugliano, you have to start at the beginning. Download Tyrone Jackson’s cheat sheet Millionaire Secrets to start getting familiar with the language of the stock market. Click HERE to download now.



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TSME #020: Trading Stocks Around Your Lifestyle


Wed, Oct 14, 2015


Tyrone Jackson explains that all you need to finance your entire lifestyle is a vision. One of the biggest benefits to having money and having wealth is freedom, the freedom to choose what your life would look like.

Tyrone interviews his student, actress Valencia Yearwood, who has created a successful and artistic lifestyle for herself. Valencia grew up in Queens, NY. When she was 14 she decided she wanted to be a gynecologist. Being at a specialized high school she was able to double major in medicine and performing arts. After graduating college with a degree in biology, she decided that medicine was not her calling and followed her dance dreams instead. Valencia made it into the Dance Theater Company and traveled all over the world dancing before she hung up her pointe shoes. Afterwards she transitioned into acting and was cast in the Lion King on Broadway. Following an injury that took her off Broadway, Valencia started doing television commercials. You’ve seen her on commercials for companies like Liberty Car Insurance, Fed Ex, Capital One, McDonald’s and more.

As a dancer, Valencia knew that her career couldn’t last forever so she would have to find another way to have residual income. She came from a middle class family and before meeting Tyrone she did not have a financial education. The most amazing thing about shifting her mindset was seeing that there were possibilities for getting more out of life. Once she started to shift her mindset it didn’t only affect her money- she started to attract abundance in all areas of her life.

What Valencia likes about the stock market is that she doesn’t have to depend on anyone else to increase her income. She can do it on her own time from her own home. Her favorite trade is writing covered calls because it’s guaranteed, but her second favorite is volatility trading because its not a long term commitment. Last year she had minimal time to trade so she just focused on one leap trade, which ended up doubling her account. That trade taught her the power of focus. Now she would like to get better at trading options and specifically trading front month calls against options.

Valencia’s advice to beginners is “You don't need a lot of money in order to make money. You need a lot of focus, you need to be open, and you need to partner with someone who can give you the financial education that you need, but that’s really all you need. Stay open and shift your mindset.”

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TSME #019: Real Estate vs. The Stock Market


Wed, Oct 07, 2015


The first strategy the Wealthy Investor program teaches for creating wealth and residual income is covered call writing, which means buying a stock and selling an option to someone else. There are three different types of covered calls you can employ depending on market conditions: out of the money calls, at the money calls, and in the money calls. Tyrone Jackson explains all three in detail at WITradeschool.com.

Most billionaires are associated with stocks and play the stock market game. However many investors get started in real estate. Most people identify with the concepts of renting out property or flipping a house. Real Estate is tangible, but when you buy and sell a stock you don’t have to fix toilets or evict tenants. Tyrone Jackson’s student Christopher Haro got started in real estate but has since fallen in love with the stock market.

Christopher Haro was born and raised in Los Angeles. His father worked at Boeing for over 48 years. He, himself, wanted to start working young to earn extra cash for playing video games down at the arcade. So he washed dishes and did whatever he could at his Uncle’s restaurant and he started his own little business mowing the lawns in his neighborhood.

Now, Mr. Haro is an accountant, a CPA, by trade. He had tried the stock market before the dot.com era by purchasing some options of AOL. It was a couple months before the market imploded and he lost all his money. He swore he would never invest in the stock market again. At the time he also owned real estate. He owned a rental property and his own house. His goal was to have 20 rental properties.

It is expensive to buy real estate in Los Angeles so Chris started doing his research on out of state properties. He bought property in places like Idaho and North Carolina. He figured that having five $100,000 properties would be less risky than one $500,000 property in LA where he would be at a huge loss if that one tenant didn’t pay on time.

Chris doesn't remember who turned him on to Covered Call Writing, but it was hard to believe that the money was that easy. He had started making the trades on his own but didn't have the discipline and the patience for it. As an accountant, he would simply see a loss when the stock went down instead of looking at the net positive. Now with his education from the Wealthy Investor he can see the opportunities in his trades no matter what the market does.

The best trade he made in his first year of trading was with Nike. He had bought 400 shares and kept selling covered calls. Wash, rinse, repeat. When the shares were finally bought away from him he had made $2,000 just making the same trade over and over again. Chris says that you don’t have to be good at math, it’s just coming in and doing it and learning the system and being consistent. The hardest part is the emotion and dealing with it when the market drops. Coming to class, he learns what to do when the market changes and how to benefit from it. This shifted his thought process.

You too can shift your thought process about building wealth. Visit TheWealthyInvestor.net to change your financial world today.

As Tyrone Jackson says, “You don’t know how much money is out there with your name on it.”



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TSME #018: Single Moms and Wealth Building


Wed, Sep 30, 2015


Stock market beginners often want to know how to get in on the ground level of a stock that is going to rise. They often ask about IPO’s. An IPO is an initial public offering, or a company that is going public for the first time. There’s usually speculation on the Internet and in the news about how this is a great time to get into that stock. Should you own a stock when it first goes public? Tyrone's opinion is that you should never purchase a stock when it first goes public, because a company that is just going public raises money through the sale of stocks and sometimes bonds to expand their business. At that point we don't know anything about their marketing plan and what they are going to do with the money that they raise. This means there is more risk involved with that stock. There is no track record for how much the company is spending and earning. The closest you should ever come to buying an IPO is one year after the company has gone public, because there will be one year of revenue and four quarters of revenue growth as proof.

In this episode, Tyrone Jackson interviews his student Darcy Parsons. Born in Peekskill, Darcy attended school in Buffalo before moving to New York City where she became a producer. She worked on SNL for a few years as segment producer for anything filmed outside of the show. With experience in advertising and producing Darcy eventually moved to Los Angeles and worked in commercials. She opened her own company, Brewster Parsons, which specializes in photo real visual effects, direction, design, and project management.

Darcy had invested in the stock market in the late 90's and lost $10,000. She swore she would never invest in the stock market again. Instead she dappled in real estate investment. But when Darcy met someone who knew Tyrone and recommended his class, she decided it couldn’t hurt to hear his method. She was inspired by The Wealthy Investor program because there was accountability and monthly classes to make sure that the students are current with what is happening in the market. As a creative and a visual person, she enjoys that Tyrone's method simplifies something that is so extremely complex.

Darcy went to the class for 6 months before making her first trade. She made her first trade with Ebay and made $750 on a volatility trade. She made $2,000 her first month and became a believer.

In the Wealthy Investor Program, Tyrone and his students are simultaneously both traders, taking income in off a covered call or volatility trade, and investors who build wealth by building positions on $5 buy signals. Darcy has a few long-term positions in stocks that she uses this technique to build. This basically means that when you buy shares of a stock, you wait for it to go up five dollars to prove that it’s worthy of another round of investing.

Darcy also believes that dividends are hugely important. For example, Darcy owns Macy’s stock, which has dropped, but she is still capturing the income from the dividend. She also believes that this stock is a good long-term “date” and plans to hold onto it for a while.

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As a single mother of twins, Darcy is very grateful that they are enthusiastic about the stock market. Her son actually begged to open a trading account, and she opened one for him 3 months ago. Darcy’s children will have this financial education that will affect the rest of their lives. If she had had this education when she was younger living in New York in the 80’s, she says that instead of buying shoes she would have bought Microsoft!

To those who are afraid of losing money, Darcy says that it is not realistic to think you can invest and never lose anything. You can’t control what happens, so you set off with the best intentions, acknowledge that there is some risk and try do things with the lowest risk possible. So you assess what it looks like and go with your gut.

Your gut should be telling you that you deserve to grow your wealth too! Visit TheWealthyInvestor.net to start your financial education today. As Tyrone says, “Stay open and stay positive!”

 

 



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TSME #017: Millionaire Breakthroughs


Wed, Sep 09, 2015


Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, teaches his students how to change their financial situation by investing and trading in the stock market. However he also teaches that before you even buy your first stock, you must change your inner game - the game behind the game. 

Tyrone himself had mental blocks when he was younger. Being raised by a single mother, it had been drilled into his brain that he must work overtime if he ever wanted to put money away. This mindset affected his deep seeded feelings towards money. This created a paradox as he grew older; his feelings told him that he should be small, while his brain told him that he should do great things in the world. It took him a while to learn to let go of someone else’s desires of what was meant for him in life. 

Years later, after accomplishing many great things, Tyrone had the chance to sit down in Texas while at a seminar event with Dana Garrison. Dana is really good at helping people become acquainted with their inner blocks so they can have the life that they deserve financially. 

Dana Garrison started out as a therapist and in that time period she learned that 10% of what shows up in our life comes from our conscious mind and conscious thought while 90% of what shows up comes from our unconscious thoughts, habits, and patterns. She set out to study how to change our unconscious thoughts and habits and she came up with something called family entanglement work.

Family entanglement work helps people to become aware of generational patterns that we inherit from our families surrounding money and success. Problems and stresses our descendants may have had with money can literally become a part of our DNA. Once aware of these issues and “entanglements” the next step is to address them in some way, shape or form. 

For example, many people have a lack of unconscious permission for abundance. Once we address that lack, and start to give ourselves permission, we can be amazed at what we attract. 

Dana Garrison realized at 15 that she wanted to create as much positive change as possible with her life and she realized one of the ways to do that was to work with people who are going to help other people.  If she can free other people to be the post powerful, empowered selves, so they can live the life they want to live and do what they came here to do then she knows that she is making exponential change on the planet. Get a free gift from Dana by visiting her website here: www.danagarrison.com/gift

Want to start by making exponential change in your own life? Visit WITradeSchool.com now! Click HERE. 

 



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TSME #016: Relax While Your Money Works For You


Wed, Sep 02, 2015


Zane Mark is a successful musician and conductor. His father was a reed player, playing all the wood wind instruments with the Ellington Band and eventually Broadway. Music stayed in the family as Zane, his wife, and his daughter have all been on broadway. Mr. Mark is well known for co-composing the show Bring in the Noise, Bring in the Funk.   

When the money first started coming in and Zane’s musical career started taking off, he bought stock in mutual funds. There was no rhyme or reason to what he bought and he lucked out that it always worked out in his favor. Zane didn’t have a financial education but he knew that if you made $1 a week for 52 weeks and your bills came out to $60, you needed to do something else. 

Zane felt that if he stuck his money under the mattress it wasn’t going to be able to keep up with inflation. If he just threw it willy nilly into the stock market, he was begging to lose it all. Just like there needs to be a class on parenthood, there needs to be a class on how to handle your money. So when her Broadway show got in the way of Zane’s wife signing up for Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor class, Zane took the class in her place. 

Now with his financial education, Zane feels that he understands what the cost of living is, he can keep up with it, and now with his investments and trades he is able to surpass it. This has enabled him to relax and not worry when the phone doesn’t ring with another musical gig.

Zane generally trades stocks that pay out dividends. He owns Dow components such as Home Depot and American Express. The only non-dow component stock that he owns is Starbucks, and it is only a small part of his portfolio. This year has been much better for him because most of his portfolio is in DOW components. He tries to trade five contracts at once to make the fees worth it. Zane’s favorite trade is a simple covered call.  

Mr. Mark's favorite stock used to be McDonald’s but now it is Disney. They have so many things in their wheelhouse it feels like, how could Disney go wrong? They just announced that they are going to split their dividend. He has been investing in Disney for a little over a year. 

Want to gain a financial education so that you can relax like Zane Mark?

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TSME #015: Setting Financial Goals


Wed, Aug 12, 2015


Brian DeMars came from a poor family in the Bronx. He became a musician writing and playing jazz/rock fusion music but eventually carried on his father's trade of printing for the direct mail business. 

Off of a friend's recommendation, Brian and his wife went to one of Tyrone's Wealthy Investor Seminars. For Brian's first trade, he bought 100 shares of Disney. He wrote an out of the money covered call and he loved the feeling of making money from his first trade! After two months in classes with Tyrone he felt comfortable managing three accounts for himself and his wife. To this day, covered calls are still his favorite trades.

Brian believes that money needs a plan. He sets short term and long term goals for himself. When it comes to fear he says, "Fear is something you have to say to yourself, I can face everything and run or I can face everything and recoup some money." He also has a personal acronymn: TIME - Trades I Must Experience.

Experience these trades for yourself! Visit TheWealthyInvestor.net to start your financial education now! 

 

 



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TSME #014: Uplifting Your Family Through Investing


Wed, Jul 15, 2015


Tyrone Jackson's student Patricia Lo Piccolo joins him to talk about how she changed her mindset about what was possible and found a way to help her family. 

Patricia had a middle class upbringing in Dallas, Texas. Her mother was a nurse and her father was a landscape architect. They always had what they needed but they lived paycheck to paycheck. As an adult, she moved to NYC and established a life for herself where similarly, she was comfortable but always needed that next paycheck. She didn't realize that she should start thinking about building wealth. 

It wasn't until Tyrone told her about the stock market that she started to shift her thinking. Once she found out it was possible to create monthly income it was just a matter of educating herself. Patricia has now been trading and investing in the stock market for about three to four years. 

Once her mindset shifted, Patricia realized that a property that had been in her family for years was an asset. Because of repairs, that property had felt like a burden for a long time. Patricia was able to take a loan on the equity of the property and open a brokerage account for her family. 

However, it took Patricia about nine months to get enough of her family to open their minds to this possibility. She was able to bring some of them to Tyrone's class, and once they actually heard covered call writing explained, they felt more comfortable with the idea.

Now the family account is starting to pay back the equity loan, it makes money every month, and pays dividends to her parents. The value of the property now produces money for repairs. 

If you learn the Wealthy Investor approach to trading and investing, you can help yourself and your family too. Go to TheWealthyInvestor.net to learn more!



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TSME #013 How to Open an Online Brokerage Account


Sat, Jun 13, 2015


In order to make money in the stock market, you must first open a brokerage account. Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, explains the different types of accounts and how to get started. 

There are 3 different types of online trading accounts:

 

1) Full Service

Most of the people who open a full service account are not doing a lot of online trading. They want the advice of a professional. These types of brokerage houses take much larger commissions. 

Example: Edward Jones

 

2) Discount 

With a discount brokerage account you have the choice of having someone guide you through the stock market process or you can just trade online for one flat rate. That rate is usually from around $9.95 to buy or sell a stock to $29 for a broker assisted trade. There is still a commission, but that commission is tax deductible.   

Examples: TD AmeritradeFidelity, and Charles Schwab

 

3) Deep Discount 

Some people like paying as little as possible to open their account. A deep discount brokerage account has lower commissions but it is only open during the stock market hours. You also lose hours and availability of customer support.   

Example: E*Trade



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TSME #012: Wealthy Investor $2500 a Day


Wed, Jun 03, 2015


Matt Anthony owns and runs a recording studio but still finds time to trade stocks and create extra residual income. A few years ago a colleague of Matt’s mentioned Tyrone Jackson’s program and invited him to join. At first, the whole idea of managing his own money and trading in the stock market was very scary.  There is a fear that you could lose it all.  The way that Tyrone teaches trading encouraged Matt to take the leap. 

Now, Matt has learned to have patience, not be greedy, and make money no matter what the market does. He marvels at the fact that he can make $2,500 a day before 9:30 in the morning. 

Matt tells Tyrone about his favorite stocks to trade: Apple, Disney, and Starbucks. Tyrone agrees that Apple is everyone’s favorite stock because of its five-year chart. See below:

Apple Chart

If you want to learn to read these charts, trade stocks and manage your own money just like Matt Anthony, join WItradeschool.com

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TSME #011: Researching Stocks for Profit


Wed, May 27, 2015


In order to trade stocks wisely, you need to know the story behind the companies. This requires some research, but it should not be intimidating. One of Tyrone Jackson’s students, Candace Sorman, explains how simple and fascinating the research can be. The stock market is like a game and you just have to learn how to play to start making money and having fun.

Candace grew up in the Pacific Northwest in the late 1960’s. She was taught growing up that it was really hard to make money and that she needed to get a really good job or marry rich. That didn’t work for her. She wanted to get away and see the world so she became a flight attendant. She always did fine financially but it was all about working hard. When Candace followed a friend to one of Tyrone’s lessons, she felt that she was finally in the place where she was supposed to be. She says that writing her first covered call was “earth shattering.” 

Candace has been trading for about four years and has grown to love watching how the market changes. She can get lost in the research for hours. However, she explains that it doesn’t have to take long at all. You learn to read the charts. If you like the picture, you can choose to “date” that stock. Candace advises “You have to try it; it’s not complicated.”

With a basic financial education, she is right. It’s not complicated. So get your education now by joining WITradeSchool.com. It’s time to start making money without working overtime! 

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TSME #010: Strategies Often Overlooked and WITradeSchool.com


Wed, May 20, 2015


The stock market is it’s own universe and the language intimidates many people. Tyrone Jackson demystifies the stock market by explaining some of the basic terminology and some of his favorite strategies. The stock market is not too complicated; you just need a financial education. 

A great place to start is learning the difference between trading and investing stocks. When we invest in a stock, we are willing to hold onto those shares for a long time. We only do this with stocks that are a part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It’s a good idea to buy stocks from companies who have a story that we understand. In other words, we know how they make their money. By holding onto these stocks we get to collect dividends: your share of the company’s profits. When we trade a stock, we are selling it for a profit. One of the first trades we learn to make is a covered call. There’s a way to make money on a covered call whether the stock is going up, going down, or staying the same. 

The number one questions that Tyrone Jackson’s students ask is, which stocks should I be trading and which stocks should I be investing in right now? The best way to find the answer is to join Wealth Investor Trade School. The market is always changing and Tyrone can help you keep up with it week by week. 

Learn the language of the stock market and get in the game. Change your life. Get yourself educated and then pass on the knowledge to your loved ones. 

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TSME #009: The Millionaire Mindset and Trading Success


Wed, May 13, 2015


You need to change your mindset in order to change your life. Andre Blake is the perfect example of someone who made a shift in his mindset that allowed him to be successful creatively and financially. You might recognize Andre from projects such as Silence of the Lambs, Philadelphia, The Blacklist, or as the voice of BET, to name a few.

Andre was raised in Long Island by a Venezuelan mother and a West Indian father. His parents were hard-working and successful people and they primed, probed, and even scared Andre into success. However it was also instilled in him that money and wealth could only come from working hard and receiving a paycheck. After studying with Tyrone and making his first trade, Andre realized he could make money without working for it all day. With this, he realized that he was going to be rich. 

Andre started his brokerage account with only $2,000. He has now been trading successfully in the market for seven years. The idea that the trades will never run out gives him a level of comfort and reassurance he can’t put into words. Listen to this podcast to find out what his favorite trades are and how he likes to spend his earnings. 

Andre could not have changed his mindset or his life in this way without a financial education. Join WItradeschool.com to follow in Andre’s footsteps and start making money now.  

Find a way to live a better life, just like Andre Blake!

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TSME #008: Women, Wealth and Stocks Part 2, Habits of Seven Figure Women


Wed, May 06, 2015


Everybody would love to be successful; the difference is that some people take actions to back up that desire. Before these actions, there are thoughts. So wealth actually starts in your thoughts first.   

Jenenne Macklin came back for another visit and she and Tyrone discuss her shift from simply making money to generating wealth consciousness. It’s not just about being on the grind making money, it’s about living a bigger more expansive life. Tyrone tells people to upgrade their friends and Jenenne says to change your zip code! You have to start thinking and feeling abundantly.  

Jenenne explains that its different for women, because there’s a sense that life isn’t necessarily on your side, so you are going to have to make your own way.  The women that she has watched grow into successful wealthy people generally had something bad happen to them that gave them the idea that “there’s got to be more.” This has driven them to find what “more” means. 

For some women, more means real estate because it is tangible. For others who don’t necessarily want to be out fixing toilets and renovating homes, it means investing in the stock market. We spend so much of our money in our economy, why not own a small piece of the things that we use and buy on a daily basis? If you use an iPhone, why not own a piece of Apple? If you have Verizon service, why not own a piece of Verizon? By thinking abundantly we start to see that we deserve the money that is right in front of our faces. 

Women control 14 trillion dollars in personal wealth assets. However, 70% of widows change their financial advisors within a year after their spouse’s death. 57% of women rely on social security benefits. 11% of women ages 65 and older are poor! To change this, women need to get financially educated and to find financial independence at a younger age. 

Both investing in the stock market and financial independence require getting a financial education. Listening to this podcast can be step one. Hopefully you have learned some useful tips to help you build your wealth. To learn more about investing and trading stocks, join Wealthy Investor Trades School. At WItradeschool.com Tyrone Jackson will give you the basics to get started and then keep you updated on the ever-changing stock market week by week.  

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TSME #007: Stocks as Assets


Wed, Apr 29, 2015


Tyrone begins by breaking down some stock market terminology for those who are new:

 

A Bullish market: a market in which the stocks are generally rising as a whole

A Bearish market: a market in which the stocks are falling as a whole

A Neutral market: a market in which the stocks are fluctuating day to day but not moving in big increments

Covered Call Writing: an options strategy used for generating guaranteed income in which you sell the option to someone you don’t know to buy a stock away from you

Revenue: a company’s income, which is what makes stocks rise

Top line revenue: a company’s gross income

Cost of revenue: amount of money spent 

Float: The amount of shares that are in the public domain for the industry to trade

Small float: a fewer number of shares available in the public domain, which causes the stock to rise faster when revenue increases

Large float: over a billion shares in the public domain, which means traders that are moving 50 – 10,000 shares are not causing the stock to rise or fall

 

Case Study: Verizon

We like Verizon because it is a component of the DOW Jones Industrial average and it has a large float; there’s a lot of institutional money in this stock. Five years ago if you had bought $1,000 worth of this stock, it would now be worth $2,000. While waiting for that stock to rise, you also would have been collecting the dividend, which is $2.20 annually per share. For 1,000 shares, you would have collected $2,200 per year. 

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5 Year Chart:

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Real estate can be a good investment, but it has a much larger barrier to entry. To even get started on buying real estate property you have do a to title search, do a credit check, find the right attorney, get a contract, negotiate and so on. Then you might be approved for a mortgage, but there still might be conditions. Then if you finally own the property, there will be repairs and upkeep to the property. The list goes on. 

Now, with the Internet, to start trading stocks all you have to do is open a trading account with a discount brokerage house such as TD Ameritrade. You can then sign into your account on your laptop or hand held device. To buy and sell stocks it costs a mere $9.95 and that is tax deductible. You can get started with as little as $500 in capital. 

Not only can the stock market help you grow your money, but also your stocks become assets for you. You can leverage assets to get loans, to rent a car, or to make that real estate process much smoother if you do choose to buy a home. 

To start asset building now, go to WItradeschool.com

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TSME 006: The Journey Towards Financial Success


Wed, Apr 22, 2015


Everyone’s journey towards financial success is different, which only proves that anyone can do it. Denna Dean tells Tyrone Jackson her story and what her favorite trades are now. 

Denna Dean was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles to a working class family with no financial education. She became obsessed with saving, made her way to college, and found Primerica at a job fair. She signed up with them and learned a lot about sales and financial principals. Most importantly she learned to pay herself first, which is really, as she says, the first act of self-love. 

When Denna Dean became more curious about the stock market she started an investment club called “Lez Invest.” The group asked and explored questions like “what is saving?” and “what is investing?” to encourage themselves through self-education. By 2012 the group started to seek outside sources for education. 

Denna Dean would occasionally search for financial classes on Living Social and stumbled across Tyrone Jackson’s Wealthy Investor program. She showed up for her introductory day and was excited by Tyrone’s idea of using the stock market for income. When she signed up for Wealth Investor she finally learned about covered call writing. She was so agitated with excitement from this lesson that she couldn’t sleep. 

Now Denna Dean sleeps very well at night because her money is working for her. Her favorite stock to do most trades with is Apple, although she also loves Home Depot for covered calls and volatility trading, among others like Starbucks and Disney.

Denna Dean’s advice for those afraid to start trading is to just get started. She says, “I did it, you can do it, it’s your time now.”

It’s your time, so go to WITradeschool.com to start YOUR journey toward financial success.

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Also, take a look at Denna Dean’s site: www.webefreeenterprises.com.

 



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TSME 005: Women, Wealth and Stocks Part 1


Wed, Apr 15, 2015


In Tyrone Jackson's Wealthy Investor program, 70% of his students are female, so Tyrone sits down with Sacred Wealth Guide Jenenne Macklin to talk about women and their relatinoship to wealth. 

Both Tyrone and Jenenne agree that before you can have great outer success in the world you have to work on your inner game. Jenenne teaches women to access the sacredness within them that will allow them to generate wealth and peace of mind. 

Most women are not taught about money. It’s not taught at home and even for Jenenne who went to college twice, it was not taught in school. A lot of the time this lack of education gets passed down through generations. Even Tyrone’s single mother taught him that the only way to make more money was to get a job that paid overtime. Luckily he sought more and found the wealth that he deserved.  He is now passing all of his knowledge onto his daughters. 

Jenenne explains that money is an inanimate object and it will pretty much do what you tell it to. However, many of her clients subconsciously choose to have negative energy around this incredible vehicle and tool that they could be using to create an amazing life for themselves. 

Tyrone says, “Wealthy birds of a feather love to stick together.” What he means, is that often times people need to find new friends and back away from their families in order to surround themselves with people who support their new positive outlook on money and wealth. 

Jenenne expands with more concrete advice. She says to look at the thoughts you have about money, especially where money relates to religion. Money does not have to be the root of all evil, as it is often taught. Have a budget and write it down so you can physically see where your money is going. Watch your thoughts when you have cash in your hand. If you think “I better spend this,” then that is the vibe you are ultimately sending out into the world about money. 

Once you start to shift your inner game, you need to tell your money where to go. Go to WITradeschool.com to learn how to make a plan to grow your money.

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TSME 004: All About Dividends


Mon, Mar 23, 2015


Tyrone Jackson often says that wealth is a series of wealthy habits. One of those habits should be collecting dividends. In this episode, Tyrone tells you why. 

When searching for wealth building tools, most people find Mutual Funds, in which financial advisors will pick and trade stocks for you in large sums with other people’s money. Tyrone teaches people to personally pick stocks for themselves because you can make a lot more money this way.  

Tyrone’s approach to the stock market is to buy and trade very low risk stocks. He almost exclusively deals with stocks that are members of the DOW Jones Industrial average and the S&P 500. He finds that his students make thousands of dollars by being a little more conservative with what stocks that choose, and collecting dividends.  What is a dividend? A dividend is your share of a company’s profits after they have paid all their expenses on a quarterly basis. In other words, buy owning a company’s stock, you own a small piece of their business, and thus you receive a small piece of their profit. 

Tyrone explains how this works through three case studies. 

1) Microsoft (MSFT)

Microsoft’s dividend is $1.24 per share annually. However the shareholders receive that as $0.31 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $31 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $310, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $3,100, and so on. 

MSFT Dividend

2) Coca Cola (KO)

Coca Cola’s dividend is $0.30 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $30 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $300, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $3,000, and so on. 

Coke Dividend

3) AT&T (T)

 AT&T’s dividend is $0.47 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $47 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $470, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $4,700, and so on. That’s $18,800 per year for doing nothing but owning shares of a stock! 

AT&T Dividends

When you choose stocks directly, dividends should be a part of your investing plan because stocks are assets. Your children can be beneficiaries to your wealth accounts and literally inherit your stocks that will pay them dividends. They can inherit your residual income.

Tyrone believes that wealth is a feeling first. When you receive checks in the mail on a quarterly basis, it feels good! That feeling is something you can build on. 

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TSME 003: Wealthy Investor Stock Market Student Randy Hernandez: Letting Go of Fear


Thu, Mar 12, 2015


Randy Hernandez is a successful model and actor who met Tyrone Jackson at an audition for an HBO Television series. He eventually signed up for Tyrone’s class, but began very slowly in the stock market. Randy says he opened his TD Ameritrade account and had money sitting in it for three months before he ever pulled the trigger on a trade. But opening that account was half the battle. 

Randy and Tyrone discuss how there is definitely a fear of failure, a fear of unknowing or not being financially educated that stops many of us from taking the leap. Anyone can make money in the stock market; you just have to have the mindset to see how it works. After making that first trade and seeing the money grow in his account, Randy made six figures in his first year of trading. 

Randy explains that the “millionaire mindset” isn’t really about having a million dollars in your account. It’s a feeling of freedom that you can have yourself, your family, and your lifestyle. You can have the power to eliminate stress and make money on your own terms. But you have to think of trading as part of your income, part of your daily lifestyle. If you treat it like that you will be responsible about it, not get greedy, and do the necessary research. 

One thing that helped Randy get past his fear was Tyrone’s format. He says that Tyrone teaches you in a way that is very safe—he always goes back to the basics no matter what is happening in the market. 

To learn these basics and more, check out what Tyrone Jackson has to offer at WITradeschool.com

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TSME 002: Investing Case Study: Starbucks (SBUX)


Thu, Mar 12, 2015


In order to find financial freedom we must change our money beliefs and get a financial education. Tyrone Jackson continues to demystify the stock market for us and uses Starbucks (SBUX) and Nike (NKE) to explain how we could have been making money for the past five years.

If you refer to this chart for the Starbucks (SBUX) stock, you can see how if you had bought $1,000 worth of Starbucks shares five years ago, it would now be worth $2,900.

SBUX

 

 

Similarly, if you had bought $1,000 of Nike (NKE), it would now be worth $2,400.

Nike

 

These case studies show us how the rich get richer. Imagine if that $1,000 was actually $100,000. That money would now be worth $290,000. The rich invest money directly into the stock market, not through mutual funds.

 

Once we make these investments and start to make money, we can use our earnings to supplement our lifestyle. That’s the great thing about the stock market; as we are asset building, it gives us cash.

 

Want more examples? Want to learn to not only invest, but trade stocks in the stock market? Visit WITradeSchool.com.

 



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TSME 001: Millionaire Mindset for Traders and Investors


Mon, Mar 09, 2015


Five Year Case Studies

 

Apple Stock (AAPL)

Apple Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players worldwide. The company also sells related software, services, accessories, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. It offers iPhone, a line of smartphones that comprise a phone, music player, and Internet device; iPad, a line of multi-purpose tablets; Mac, a line of desktop and portable personal computers; and iPod, a line of portable digital music and media players, such as iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle. The company also provides iTunes app and the iTunes Store; Mac App Store that allows customers to discover, download, and install Mac applications; iCloud, a cloud service; Apple Pay for making mobile payments; Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications; iOS and OS X operating systems software; iLife, a consumer-oriented digital lifestyle software application suite; iWork, an integrated productivity suite designed to help users create, present, and publish documents, presentations, and spreadsheets; and other application software, including Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro X, and its FileMaker Pro database software. In addition, it offers various Apple-branded and third-party Mac-compatible and iOS-compatible accessories, including headphones, cases, displays, storage devices, and various other connectivity and computing products and supplies. The company sells and delivers digital content and applications through the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and Mac App Store; and sells its products through its retail stores, online stores, and direct sales force, as well as through third-party cellular network carriers, wholesalers, retailers, and value-added resellers. It serves consumers, and small and mid-sized businesses, as well as education, enterprise, and government customers. The company was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in in Cupertino, California.

 

Apple 5 Year Chart 

$1,000 invested five years ago = over $3,000 today

$10,000 invested five years ago = over $30,000

$100,000 invested five years ago = over $300,000

 

Home Depot (HD)

The Home Depot, Inc. operates as a home improvement retailer. The Home Depot stores sell various building materials, home improvement products, and lawn and garden products as well as provide installation, home maintenance, and professional service programs to do-it-yourself, do-it-for-me, and professional customers. The company offers installation programs that include flooring, cabinets, countertops, water heaters, and sheds, as well as act as a contractor to provide installation services to its do-it-for-me customers through third-party installers.

 

It primarily serves professional remodelers, general contractors, repairmen, small business owners, and tradesmen. The company also sells its products through online. As of March 13, 2014, it operated 2,263 retail stores in the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces, and Mexico. The Home Depot, Inc. was founded in 1978 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

HD 5 Year Chart

$1,000 invested five years ago = over $3,200 today

$10,000 invested five years ago = over $32,000

$100,000 invested five years ago = over $320,000 

  

Visa

Visa Inc., a payments technology company, operates as a retail electronic payments network worldwide. The company facilitates commerce through the transfer of value and information among financial institutions, merchants, consumers, businesses, and government entities. It owns and operates VisaNet that is involved in the authorization, clearing, and settlement of payment transactions; and provision of fraud protection for account holders and assured payment for merchants. The company also offers a range of issuer processing services for participating issuers of Visa debit, prepaid, and ATM payment products. In addition, it provides electronic payment, risk management, and payment security solutions to online merchants; digital goods transactions services in online games, digital media, and social networks; and mobile financial services for mobile network operators and financial institutions in developing economies. The company offers its services under the Visa, Visa Electron, Interlink, and PLUS brands. Visa Inc. is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

 

$1,000 invested five years ago = over $3,100 today

$10,000 invested five years ago = over $31,000

$100,000 invested five years ago = over $310,000

 

Do you have a millionaire mind set?

Do your thoughts allow you to attract money? 

 

All wealth is taught.

Who taught you about how to invest and put money to work for you? All rich people have mentors. All rich people expect money to work for them.



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