The risk of loss from trading stocks can be substantial, this is why we employed several techniques to reduce this risk. Each trade is accompanied by a stop loss of 3.5%-5% based on the stock's particular pattern. Also, the profit target is 1%. This 1% is generally achievable within 2 days. In fact, 78% of stocks filtered move to 1% in 2 days or less. So, if a stock is uptrending and positioned to do several %, restricted your time in the market for only 1% reduces the risk. Overall our methods provide the student with a success rate of over 95%.
This is not true of all investments. For example, let me illustrate this using an analogy involving driving speeds. An automobile driving at 20 mph poses a minimum risk to the driver. However, a race car traveling at speeds over 200 mph would pose consider risk. This is why race car drivers take more safety precautions: helmet, flame retardant suit, roll cage, etc...So, if I suggested that our techniques are like going 500 mph, naturally you might assume that poses great risk. However, the risk is actually less than driving at 20 mph. You see, there are more car wrecks at 20 mph within less than a mile of the home, than at 500 mph. So, the question becomes how is 500 mph safer? It is airplane travel. Airplanes fly at speeds of 500 mph and than crash less often than automobiles. When the change in paradigm from automobiles to airplanes, the risk is different. This can be said of trading stocks for small precision gains like 1%. Furthermore, if I buy and hold a stock for a week for 1%, I take a weeks worth of market risk. If you buy a stock and hold it one day for 1%, isn't your market risk less? Yes, but you can also have a higher return at 1% each day over 1% each week. So, using our techniques, when we push down the risk, we increase the return. For this reason, at DMW we focus on managing the risk as priority one. Managing our rate of return always comes second to risk.
The answer is yes and no. From a popular perspective, day-trading is associated with being clued to a computer screen all day watching the market. We don't advocate watching the stock during the live market. In fact, we discourage this completely. We recommend the student place a trade and walk away. "Set it and forget it!" We do this by placing conditional orders. Once the stock is purchased, the student is taught to place an order for the profit target and for the stop loss should the stock fall. When the stock hits the target or stop the orders trigger and the student does not have to be present to take advantage of this feature. As a result, students can trade stocks while they continue to work full-time. In fact, many of our students still work their day jobs while they first start out trading.
Our system is in fact that, a system. And the system works if the students follow the disciplines outline in the daily checklist. However, should the student take shortcuts or not follow the rules, the risk of trading is greatly increased. We use the pilot analogy again to demonstrate the importance of following the rules closely. We are teaching students to "pilot" their own planes. However, sometimes a student may think it is beautiful out on the wing, and want to take his lunch out there and eat in the open air. Obviously, any pilot caught leaving the plane while it if flying cannot expect to land the place safely. And so, if a student deviates from the rules the "laws of physics" may proved deadly to his portfolio. While our system can teach anyone to trade stocks successfully, not every student masters the discipline to follow the rules. In fact, about 33% of students either quit or refuse to trade even after graduating the course having demonstrated the ability to trade at a success rate of over 95%.
To graduate from the Core System, a student is required to complete 100 paper-trades and maintain a 95% success rate or better. This means they must identify 100 stocks that meet the qualifications for the 1% technique and must achieve a 1% gain with 95 or more stocks out of 100. In each year the students generally see about 60-70 trades, and can achieve 70-80% returns during that period. This doesn't mean every stock goes up to 1% right away. On occasion we encounter a stock that falls past our stop loss and the student must exit and take a strategic loss. I say strategic loss, because generally this loss is temporarily and the stock reaches a point of support well passed the 3.5%-5% stop loss. For example, say you purchase a stock at $50 and it falls passed $48.25 and you stop out for a loss of 3.5%. Generally, the stock reaches support much lower, like 6% lower at $47. At which time, you can purchase the stock back as a Phoenix Trade; named after the mythical Phoenix who rises from the ashes. So, from here the stock generally returns to the original $50. This can take several trades, but it does generally happen. So, in this case the gain would be 6.38% minus the original 3.5% stop loss, for a total of 2.88%. Like I said, this does occur. In fact, in 2017 there were five stocks that would have stopped students out for a total loss of 17%. However, in strategically repurchasing them as Phoenix Trades students would have generated over 27%, leaving them with an overall gain of nearly 10% on 5 stocks or 2% for each play. Also, it is for this reason that many students look forward to exercising a stop loss because the resulting Phoenix Trade generally generates a higher rate of return.
For the Core System the training is delivered via online videos and pre-reading documents. This means the content is self-paced and available on demand. So, we have designed it with the busy student in mind. In fact, once the fifth module is complete, the average student has only spent 5 hours stretched out over 6 weeks (including mentoring time). That's less than an hour per week. Once the modules are complete the student must begin paper-trading. Paper-trading involves review the daily watchlist each day and determining which stock or stocks passed the minimum requirements to qualify for 1% using our techniques. This process called "Watchlist Analysis" takes about 30 minutes each day. Paper-trading 100 trades can take about 4 months. This gives the student ample time to master the techniques before trading with real money.
The Core System tuition varies based on discount available and the time of the month. For the most part, we run the company finances to break even. In fact, the parent company of Discover Market Wealth is Xenith Financial Ministries, Inc, a non-profit corporation. As a result, the tuition is not fixed. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817.282.7777 to learn more about the tuition and any available discounts.
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Traditional investing requires a great deal of capital over a long period of time to accumulate a big enough pile of money to eek out even a modest retirement income. However, when a student learns to invest their own money at a rate of 1% per week, they can build wealth in a much shorter period of time and with less effort and less market risk than traditional methods.
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