"All men by nature desire knowledge!"
Aristotle (384 - 322 BC)
As an investor, you must always be aware of the urgent and constant need to rethink your portfolio strategy and to always be able to cope with today's tough new climate!
As you very well know, in order to do this properly, full, accurate and up to date information is, of course, essential.
Unfortunately, as more and more people are coming to realize, mainstream media sources are simply not up to performing this vital task.
To bridge this gap and to provide you with what you really need to know about ongoing behind the scenes activities which could affect your investments, we have created this web site and guide and we do offer free investment advice!
What you are about to read right here is not influenced by anybody's vested interests ...
Please don't be surprised, therefore, if you learn about some important key activities and events here for the first time!
There's a simple and basic rule that you should use to evaluate all advice that is offered to you, especially advice for which someone who doesn't know you is asking to be paid for!
Ask yourself why this person is selling or giving his advice to you?
If it sounds like a "certain to be rich ride," then why is this person wasting his time on you when he could be out there making "the fortune" for himself?
Of course I'm offering advice here in this site, so let's turn the question on me right now!
What's in it for me?
Well, look up at the top of this page. You'll see who I am!
So my obvious motivation is to provide quality information and data in order to "lure" visitors to open a brokerage account with my company, or to buy my "The Stock Market Guide to Profitable Investments" book!
So if someone promises you advice that will yield high returns, and asks you for a price, you should immediately get suspicious!
If this were really true and pay for the advice you'll immediately start getting these high returns! Hey, that would sure be great and I wouldn't have a job anymore!
And if it were true, wouldn't you think that the person trying to sell it to you would forget all about selling and just watch his or her money double or triple every year?
But they're not doing that, which should give you a pretty good idea about where the money's being made, namely from you!
I'm not trying to say that you should never pay for advice, just that you should not overpay for advice.
Some advice, especially the sort that comes from books on investments can easily be worth many times their asking price.
Therefore, please always remember:
There Is NO Such Thing as a FREE Lunch!