Frequently Asked Questions
General FAQs About Our Services & Trading
- Is your newsletter free?
- I understand your newsletter is free, but will I ever be charged in the future?
- Is your newsletter and service safe?
- How do I sign up?
- How do I stop receiving your newsletter?
- How often will I receive an email from you?
- How much money do I need to start investing?
- Why not just ask my financial advisor or broker about which stocks to buy?
- How do I trade stocks?
- I don’t have a broker, where do I find one?
- What are penny stocks?
- Are penny stocks risky?
- How do I know when to buy or sell?
- Will your newsletter say when to buy or sell stocks?
- How much time do I need to trade stocks?
Is your newsletter free?
Yes! Our newsletter is, and always will be free of charge!
I understand your newsletter is free, but will I ever be charged in the future?
Our newsletter and services are free, and will always remain free. You will be never charged and never have to enter any kind of billing information.
Is your newsletter and service safe?
How do I sign up?
Signing up is easy. Simply sign up from our home page here, or scroll to the bottom of the page and signup there. That’s it…
How do I stop receiving your newsletter?
Although we may be sad to see you go, you can unsubscribe at anytime by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any email that you’ve received from us. You may also email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be removed from our list.
How often will I receive an email from you?
It all depends. Generally, we’ll find about 1 – 2 stocks a week that we feel deserve your attention. But sometimes we won’t come across anything spectacular for a week or more. You won’t hear from us unless we have something important to say.
How much money do I need to start investing?
Once you’re ready to begin trading, you don’t need much to start. You can start with as little as $100, and then build on that. We suggest that you speak with an financial advisor to help determine how much of your portfolio you should put aside for high risk investments.
Why not just ask my financial advisor or broker about which stocks to buy?
You can! We encourage you to talk to a financial advisor before making any trades. Talk to them and see what they have to say.
How do I trade stocks?
Trading stocks can be easy and affordable. Modern brokers have simple applications that make placing stock trades easy and convenient, even from app on your phone. Each broker will have their own software for placing trades through their brokerage firm. We suggest you read the FAQs and reference material provided by your individual broker. Most brokers will also guide you through the process on the phone.
I don’t have a broker, where do I find one?
We suggest using an online broker. This is because you have more control of your investments and can make quicker decisions. Most reputable online brokers even have apps for your phone which gives you 24-7 access to your trading account. There are several large online brokers to choose from, and it’s smart to look into the options that they provide. Personally, we prefer E*TRADE.
What are penny stocks?
Penny stocks trades at a relatively low price and generally have a small market capitalization. They usually trade outside of the major market exchanges. These types of stocks are generally considered to be highly speculative and high risk because of their lack of liquidity.
Are penny stocks risky?
Yes! Most penny stocks are extremely risky. Lack of liquidity and high volatility can lead to a high risk-to-reward ratio.
How do I know when to buy or sell?
There is no perfect time to buy or sell stocks. Trading stocks are speculative and choosing when to trades is dependent upon each individual trader.
Will your newsletter say when to buy or sell stocks?
No. Our newsletter will never advise whether you should buy or sell a stock. That decision is yours. We suggest that you speak to a financial advisor about making trading decisions.
How much time do I need to trade stocks?
A stock trade can be placed in seconds, but this does not mean that trading does not take time. Every trade should be handled with care, research, and due diligence. Also, the higher the volatility, the more time required to monitor an investment. Volatile stocks can make big moves quickly, this can be good or bad depending on your position and the direction of movement.