Investing Doesn't Have To Be Hard. (Here Is A Strategy Anyone Can Use.)


I was talking with someone the other day and they posed the question to me...

What is an easy investing strategy that anyone could do that doesn't have a lot of risks and doesn't take a lot of time to manage?

I said... 

I'm glad you didn't ask for much or make your question too hard.

But, I gave it some thought and this is what I came up with for my reply.

(Before I tell you my reply though let me start with this disclaimer... I am not a financial advisor so please take what I'm about to say with a grain of salt. I've only learned about investing by what I've read over the years and what I have tried on my own, so please keep that in mind.  Also, anyone who knows me knows I am not a financial advisor so was this disclaimer really needed?  Better safe than sorry nowadays I'm afraid to say.)

So, here is my response to that question.

I call it the 52 Strategy.

It's very simple to do and it's not hard to understand at all.

So, let's get into it.

First, get yourself a piece of paper and write down about 10 major companies that you like.

They can be name-brand companies or companies that are doing things you're interested in.

Make sure your companies are listed on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange).

Either at your brokerage, trading platform, or even Yahoo Finance set up an alert for each of those companies to tell you when that company hits its 52 weeks low and an alert for when that company hits its 52 weeks high.

Now sit back and wait...

When you get an alert that one of those companies hits its 52 weeks low, then buy some stock in that company.

Now sit back and wait...

When you get an alert that the companies you have invested in hit its 52 weeks high, then sell the stock you have in that company.

Save the money you've made from that investment and reinvest it into another company on your list when it hits its 52 week low.

Rinse and repeat over and over again. 

With this strategy, it is very low risk, very low maintenance, and you don't have to be watching the stock market all of the time because you have your alerts doing that for you. 

So, tell me why again you feel you can't invest? Or that you don't have time to invest in the market?

It doesn't have to be complicated folks. 

This is a very simple strategy, that anyone can do no matter your age, where you live, what your financial investing knowledge is, etc...

Stop making excuses people, and start making some side money. 

Give this strategy a try and let me know how it works for you. 

(Also, don't say I never gave you anything because this right here is GOLD baby.)

Also, if you have an investing strategy that you're currently using that you like and would like to share with the community please leave it in the comments below.

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