Don’t want to “Eat Dog Food In Retirement” Then Start making smart Investments Now

In the wake of the 2008 meltdown, many investors have banished the stock market, with no plans to return. That’s potentially a losing strategy, especially with interest rates on savings accounts and CDs at practically zero.

Rather than rely upon traditional savings accounts, CDs or bonds to create a thoroughly “safe” investment portfolio, Stanzione encourages rotation back into stocks, especially for those looking toward retirement in 10 or 15 years. Only stocks can provide the rate of return necessary to avoid a retirement income crisis.

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“If you’re 50 or older, now is not the time to get conservative. Medical advances and healthy lifestyle choices are helping people to live longer, but many financial planners and investment firms are not factoring this reality into their models. Coasting into one’s golden years without enough money is a setup for disaster,” explained Stanzione.

 

The “money master” Stanzione suggests the following strategies for maximizing one’s investment returns:

 

  • Avoid needless fees and costs as much as possible. Discount brokers and low-cost Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are a wise choice. On the other hand, steer clear of managers that claim to have a silver bullet for any market.
  • Educate yourself. Spend an hour or two a week doing research on simple, effective strategies. There’s no reason to let managers earn so much commission on work that is, in all honesty, not that complicated.
  • Maximize whatever tax benefits are available to you. Likewise, liquidate or move investment income in the most tax-efficient way possible. Again, a little education here goes a long way.
  • The sky is not falling, and apocalyptic, fear-based investment strategies generally underperform. The strategies that have always worked will continue to work. If the world really does end, then money won’t matter anyway.
  • The United States remains the most dynamic market in the world. Those who persevere in spite of occasional bumps and corrections will see their portfolio grow exponentially.
  • Let go of the urge to check your stocks 10 times a day. Get rid of your stock apps. Investing is about the long view; it’s not supposed to be exciting. Snap decisions are usually bad ones, anyway.
  • Adopt a disciplined trading strategy with clear parameters. Create a system or checklist to ensure that you’re sticking to the discipline and not just working from emotions.

Living longer doesn’t have to mean running out of money or subsisting on as little as possible. Smart, disciplined investing, with an emphasis on the US stock market, can provide capital to fund an ideal and virtually unlimited retirement.

To learn more about trading and investing go to: http://www.winonmarkets.net

How To Trade Shares and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Using Financial Spread Betting

Financial Spread Betting or also known as Financial Spread Trading is sometimes thought of as a short-term business, in which bets are placed for a few days or even hours in search of quick profits. It is certainly possible to do well out of short-term spread betting but you shouldn’t overlook the possibilities of betting over the long term too, as there can be significant advantages over traditional share trading in terms of convenience and cost.

Spread betting involves less difficulty than share trading and it can work out More cost effective, because of the costs involved in buying and selling shares through a broker. You pay commission when you buy and sell shares (this might be £10 each time on a small trade, more for larger ones) and stamp duty of 0.5pc when you buy. These dealing costs can make a big dent in profits and increase your break-even point.

With financial spread betting, the cost of a quarterly bet is included in the spread and there is generally no tax to pay* (though you should check your tax situation). Because financial spread betting is leveraged – you are not buying the underlying shares – capital outlay is much lower than in traditional share trading. Think of it like a mortgage on your house, you get to buy an asset with just a percentage upfront.

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Short-term bets of a few hours or days can be a good way of taking advantage of sudden shifts in price. Many traders like to place short-term bets on market indices such as the FTSE100 or the Dow Jones, where movements are often the result of macroeconomic trends.

When betting short-term, it is advisable to keep a close eye on the way the market is moving, so that you can get out at the right time. Automated share price alerts make this easier and now most financial bookmakers such as IG Index have Apps which allow you to check prices on the go from your phone or iPad. Financial Spread betting in the longer term – weeks or months – allows you to take a view of the fundamental strengths of individual shares, without worrying too much about short-term price fluctuations. By using a longer dated contract you are not as focused on short term moves.

Spread betting is similar to share trading, although it is important to use stop-losses to help manage risk by limiting the amount of losses you can make on a single trade. When you place your bet, you specify a lower limit: if the share price falls to that limit, the bet is automatically closed and you will suffer no further losses. Anyone with experience of share trading can use the knowledge they have gained when spread betting. Also make sure you use money management and only place a percentage on your trading account on any one particular share.

For a small premium you could take out a guaranteed stop-loss. This removes the risk, present in very volatile markets. Your position will close at the level you set. With a guaranteed stop-loss, your risk can never exceed the chosen level.

With short-term bets, it is a good idea to set a narrow stop-loss limit, so that you are not caught out by a sudden market swing. With long-term bets you can set the limits a little wider – and the potential profits can be considerable.

*Tax laws are subject to change and depend on individual circumstances

Some of the advantages of Financial Spread Betting

1. There is usually no stamp duty or capital gains tax* to pay on profits

2. You can control the risks by using a device called a stop-loss

3. You can use your existing share-trading knowledge of the markets

4. Bet wherever and whenever, even when some markets are closed

5. You can open positions without paying full shareprice – through leverage

6. You can profit from falling share prices (going short) which is normally not possible with most stockbrokers

7. You can use Financial Spread Betting to hedge an existing portfolio

8. You can trade non UK shares just as easily, for example US, Australia, European shares all from the same account.

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Before starting financial spread betting it pays to get good training. Vince Stanzione

has been trading for 28 years and has produced a course called Making Money From Financial Spread Trading, to find out more just go to http://www.fintrader.net  

How To Make Money From Trading Shares using Financial Spread Betting

Fed up of picking the wrong shares? Then here are a few tips taken from Making Money From Financial Spread Trading 2013 edition that can get you on the right track and start making money from financial markets.

How To Make Money From Trading Shares using Financial Spread Betting

1. Buy strength, sell weakness

Everyone likes a bargain. It’s human nature! But here’s the truth: you don’t make money from buying bargains.

Cheap stocks often appear to be bargains after a large drop, but they often continue to fall. Buy break outs and sell them higher. Sell shares that are breaking down. Never let anyone tell you they are cheap and can’t go any lower!

2. Trade active stocks

Many newcomers don’t realise that while you have thousands of companies quoted on the stock market both in the UK and US, most of these stocks don’t move much.

If you look at the daily volume of share traded on many companies you, will see that nothing has been traded. Always trade active shares with volume, and sectors that are active or trending well. You can use my website or software like sharescope to filter out these opportunities and safe yourself time.You can also list all companies that are 20 days or less from their all time lows or highs.

Spreads are the tightest on the most active shares such as Vodafone, BP, Unilever, BT, and GlaxoSmithKline.

3. Look at shares as if they are peopleVince stanzione trend trading stocks making money, How To Make Money From Trading Shares using Financial Spread Betting

Stocks often act like people. Each has its own personality. What’s more, a stock can change from one to another quickly. Like people, stocks can be steady, predictable plodders or aggressive and unpredictably. Charts and moving averages can help you spot the personalities which you can trade. On the whole we like quite and trending stocks.

4. Trade the trend

Don’t try to be smart and pick the top or bottoms, just trade with the trend. Of course the trend will never last forever, but by using a trailing stop you can lock in profits along the way. With Financial spread betting, options, CFDs and Futures we can as easily go “short” and profit from falling markets.

5. Add to winning trades never add to a losing trade

You’ll sometimes hear so-called experts advocate averaging down.  Don’t listen! Never add to a losing trade. Instead, add to winning trades. If you buy £1 and the stock goes to £1.50, buy some more.

For long-term investments of five to ten years, buying units on a monthly average price may make sense, but never average down shorter term trades.

 6. If the trade is wrong, cut it!

Your first loss is normally the smallest. If you were expecting something to happen and it doesn’t, simply cut it. Also, if you have a stop set and the share is heading towards it, don’t move your stop unless you have a very good reason to.

For example: if you start with £1,000 and you lose 20%, you are left with £800. You now need to make 25% to get back to £1,000.

If you let a trade move 50% against you, you will now need to gain 100% to get back to £1,000.

7. If you can’t see a trend then don’t trade

Markets and shares don’t always trend. In many cases a share could consolidate for weeks, months and years. Vince Stanzione likes to trade trends, and if something is not trending he recommends walking away. Come back when it starts to trend.

8. Let the winners run

For many, holding a winning trade is as painful as holding a losing one. The only way you can survive is to let winners run more than you let losers run.

f you have a plant in your garden and it is growing well and strong, you don’t dig it up and kill it. So, don’t do the same with your healthy trades. The majority do of traders do exactly this. As a broker, Vince Stanzione saw it all the time. He says clients often wanted him to sell their winning stocks, and keep their losing stocks!

Use a trailing stop to lock in profits. If you really find it hard to let a winning trade run then part close the trade and run the rest.

To learn everything you need to know about trading successfully click here  You can apply Vince Stanzione’s proven strategies in less than 15 minutes per day.

Learn to Trade Financial Markets in 2013

With January over the table below shows the best and worst markets so far in 2013. With Financial Spread Betting via a firm such as IG Index, City Index, Capital Spreads or Cantor Index it is possible to speculate on a vast range of markets including Pork Bellies, Cotton and Platinum. You can also trade global indices such as the Dow Jones, Nikkei 225 and S&P500. Foreign Exchange or FX also remain popular financial spread bets with the Yen continuing to be weak you can short the Yen against various currencies such as the GBP, Euro or US$. Those outside the UK can also use Contracts For Difference (CFDs) which are now popular in Europe and Australia.

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Vince Stanzione top markets for 2013 Make money financial spread betting

Regardless of which market you trade it’s important to have a disciplined approach and follow a proven system when buying and selling. In my Making Money from financial spread trading course I outline an exact system which you can put in to action spending no more than 15 to 20 minutes a day.

To learn more about how you can make money follow the Vince Stanzione system and read reviews, video clips just go to http://www.winonmarkets.net

 

 

Make £100 to £2,000 Extra per day part time from Financial Markets in 2013

“Whether you’re a complete beginner or you trade the financial markets already, I’m certain I can help you make more money and give you an unfair advantage … REGARDLESS of market conditions.”

Whilst 2012 has seen many doom and gloom events and headlines against this back drop my students have been making an extra £100 to £2000+ a day simply by following my trading system and using the same tools that I use every day. Even better, these profits can be banked by trading just 20 minutes a day. Order now and we can have the Making Money FrMake Money Trading Markets Vince Stanzione Maximium Trading Profits In Minimum Timeom Financial Spread Trading 2013 package with you before the Christmas & New Year break; also I will include a special report with a trade that you can still make before the end of this month.

To read more just go to http://www.winonmarkets.net

 

 

Everyone tells you when to buy but no one tells you when to sell

I have now been investing and trading for over 27 years, in that time I have seen plenty of trading systems, newsletters and gurus come and nearly all go. What I have always noticed is that:

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a)      They would tell you when to buy but would never tell you went to sell and get out. It’s often the case with tipping services or other media.

b)      They would also want to you to buy and would never recommend short selling as if it is some great sin to make money from down moves.

 

So when I wrote Making Money From Financial Spread Trading I knew exactly want I wanted to offer, it had to have a clear buy and sell rule and the system had to be happy to go short (profit from down moves) as well as up. Today you can also use Inverse ETFs, which go up as the underlying go down.

Right now my system is short S&P500, DOW, FTSE100, NASDAQ100 and about every major stock index since the start of October 2012, but what’s important that it will give a clear signal when to close this position and it will also give a new buy back signal which will allow us to profit from the next up move.

To learn more about how to profit from up and down moves in Financial Markets using Financial Spread Bets, CFDs, Share trading and Exchange Trading funds please visit http://www.winonmarkets.net

 

 

How to Make Money from Falling Financial Markets – profit from down moves in Shares, Indices & Commodities

Can you really make money from a falling stockmarket?

Most investors are familiar with buying a shares, an Exchange Traded Fund or  investment funds and profiting from it going up but very few investors know how to profit from a falling market.

It’s all very well buying and holding in a bull market where prices steadily go up but for the last decade that has not been the case. Many professional traders and Hedge funds have been profiting from falling markets for many years but the good news is that you too can do the same and it is not as difficult or risky as some may think. There are a number of whys you can profit from falling markets and the video above gives a brief outline.

Want to learn more about profiting or protecting your portfolio from a falling market?

Vince Stanzione has designed a trading course for those that don’t want to be glued to a screen all day but want to take control of their investments and make money regardless of if the markets are rising or falling. Vince has been trading for over 27 years and shares his experiences in a simple to follow way with no jargon. The course covers how to make money in currencies, commodities, Stocks and indices. to find out more please go to http://www.winonmarkets.net

Investing and Trading Blind? – Do you know if you should Buy,Sell or Hold?

Stop making poor investments and start winning in financial markets. VincStop making poor investments and start winning in financial markets. Vince Stanzione reveals his secrets in a simple step by step system which gives an exact buy, sell and lock in profits system which can be used on all markets ie Stanzione reveals his secrets in a simple step by step system which gives an exact buy, sell and lock in profits system which can be used on all markets including  gold, oil, shares, FTSE100 and FX trading less than 15 minutes per day using tax free spread bets, Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and fixed odds bets. To discover more go to www.winonmarkets.net

Investing and Trading Blind?

While “day trading” and short-term bets may sound exciting the truth is that my wealth has not come from short terms bets. It has come from trading trends over weeks, months and years. While brokers and bookmakers like to generate more business from active customers, the winners in the long run are the least active traders. For many readers that are more conservative and with a little grey hair, you will not be suited to short term in and out trading. As a trend trader I am not glued to a screen all day and only check prices at the end of the day and on some trades only once a week.

Money management is the key to survival

A good trader does not need to make money that often. In fact, you could get 80% of your trades wrong and still make money. Let’s say you lose £100 on 8 trades and you then make £500 on two trades, you are in profit. However sure you are that the market will crash or ABC is going to soar, make your first trade a small one, and then, if you are correct, add more to that trade.

Pyramiding a successful trade is the key to making large returns. Never add to a losing trade!

Cut losses and let winners run

Everyone tells you this, but few can do it. Trading comes down to psychology and everyone wants to win and no one likes to be wrong or be classed as a loser. Most unsuccessful traders take profits quickly, yet they will let losing trades run and run as they hope things will get better. What I suggest is that you have a mechanical approach to exits and entries. That is, you have a cut out point set on opening a trade. Financial Bookmakers offer a guaranteed stop loss on most products. This means that you can place a bet knowing that the most you can lose is known, say £200, yet your profit could be unlimited. Another good tip is to trail stops, which means you lock in some profits yet keep the trade running. Once a trade moves into profit, you could move the stop loss to you entry point; this means that the worse case scenario is a break-even trade. Many class spread trading “as risky or for gamblers”.

This is totally untrue as in fact with a guaranteed stop loss your risk is totally known ahead of time unlike buying shares with a stockbroker. Another point is that most new traders spend too much time planning when to get in and buy, when in fact they should spend much more time on the exit strategy and how much they are going to trade.

Stop Making Excuses and Start Making Money Trading Markets

Its sometimes easy to get caught up in the negative headlines about how badly the economy is doing and all the problems in the Eurozone, yet the truth is as a Financial Trader these are glorious times and I see massive opportunities especially in the stockmarket. Against the doom many shares are hitting new all-time highs with areas such as Biotech, Technology and well known consumer products names.

Vince Stanzione says stop making excuses and start making money trading financial markets, financial spread betting offers ways to profit in all markets

You too could be making an extra income trading markets 15 to 20 minutes a day. Whether you’re a complete beginner or you trade the financial markets already, I’m certain I can help you make more money and give you an unfair advantage … REGARDLESS of market conditions.

To find out more just go to http://www.winonmarkets.net

 

Making Money From Commodities – Grains prices soar

With Financial Spread Betting, Contracts For Difference (CFDs) and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) it’s possible to back a wide variety of commodities and profit from up and down moves. By using ETFs even someone with a relatively small account can get exposure to commodities and avoid the risks of investing directly in the futures markets.

The last few months grain prices such as Wheat, Corn and Soybeans have been soaring as a US heat wave have caused many crops to fail. The Ipath DJ Grans ETN (JJG) is made up of 33% Soybeans, 26% Wheat and 41% Corn. The ETF can be  bought and sold just like a normal stock.

 

So far this year it’s been the best ETF with a 44% gain mostly of which has come in the last 5 weeks.

Here you can see the top 10 leaders and laggards so for in 2012.

To learn more about how to profit from financial markets then please go to www.winonmarkets.net  Making Money From Financial Spread Trading by Vince Stanzione consists of a 200 page workbook, 2 DVDs and access to his website. For US readers please see www.55trader.net

To learn more about how to profit from financial markets then please go to www.winonmarkets.net  Making Money From Financial Spread Trading by Vince Stanzione consists of a 200 page workbook, 2 DVDs and access to his website. For US readers please see www.55trader.net