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Guests who don’t show up or call at the designated time
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For your show, you want a guest who knows his subject and can talk about it in a way that’s interesting to your audience. That’s me. I’m good at explaining concepts to beginners, but in a way that makes more experienced listeners nod with joy at hearing somebody put the subject in understandable terms.
I speak in a conversational, humorous tone with a bright personality. Audiences say they enjoy listening to me. Isn’t that the kind of guest you want?
Most producers and hosts who’ve worked with me are eager to do so again. I’m prompt, professional, and good at keeping the conversation flowing. No curt, where-to-from-here kinds of answers from me.
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This is the first book of stock that I have read. I’m from Mexico and here there is no information or very poor, I’d just want to say that is a great book for beginners like me. And I also want to start investing on a online broker in the US. I know there are very good brokers but for a guy like me that lives in Mexico , which one can you recommend living outside US and as a beginner in the stock world. I’m checking TD Ameritrade but the only thing is that is ranked as the most expensive ones.
Thanks! I will surely wait for your new book coming,
I have read your book, it provide great insights on how to be an investor. However i have a few questions. The SMA MACD RSI, what are they exactly. I saw in your book how useful they are in finding the right time to sell or buy but are these charts projections or recorded data? Are there any SMA MACD RSI chart projection out there? If not then how can we actually use these charts to know when to buy or sell in the future?
I purchased your monthly letter 2 days ago but I’ve not been able to register in your site yet. I checked the spam section and is fine but not emails or instructions on how to be able to register in your site yet. Please I need your support ASAP.
We took care of this for you, Francisco, and you’re all set now. Welcome!
Just finished your book. Thank-you! Now we’ll see.
I believe I subscribed to: The Kelly Letter. Ck. for me please because I have not rec’d one. Maybe this inquiry to too early.
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I’ve been subscribed for a year or so but the last couple months I haven’t received the Sunday letter.
Did something change in the delivery of the content?
I thoroughly loved reading your recent edition of “stock market investing” and have followed the strategies so well explicated in the book. Your book continuously impressed with so much input and information about the many opportunities of investing in today’s marketplace. I would like to be one of the first to buy your next edition when it becomes available.
I shall be very grateful if you would be kind enough to give some of your expertise advice on the following etfs.
ProShares ultra Dow or ProFunds ultra Dow, MVV or UMPIX
Both MVV and PoShares were up in today’s market, the other two mentioned above didn’t do so good. Please explain the differences between ProShares and ProFunds. Out of the two which would be a safer investment. Do you think it would be worthwhile to invest in MVV and ProShares ultra Dow, they both did good today.
I would highly appreciate if you could offer any tips on any other stocks that is projected to do better in the future in both growth and value portfolio. Any advice from you shall be deemed very highly and I will never hold you accountable for the advice that you afford me. I hold a lot of respect for you sir.
Thank you for the kind words, Gurnam!
The best way to use leveraged funds is on a quarterly rebalancing signal, and in conjunction with a safety fund. The wider volatility is perfect for automating the process of buying weakness and selling strength, each being judged by its distance from the constant growth signal line.
This can work with individual stocks, too, but is best with indexes because they can’t go bankrupt. This provides confidence to actually follow buy signals in times of panic. The system I describe in my new book, The 3% Signal (on sale February 24, 2015) and implement in The Kelly Letter is set up in such a way that the deeper the weakness, the bigger the buy signal; the higher the strength, the bigger the sell signal. Indexes are best for this, and it’s an added bonus that they’re cheaper than actively managed funds. The leveraged version of the plan is a different beast with different target allocations between the growth fund and safe fund, but nonetheless operates on the same principle.
The unleveraged vehicle I use in Tier 1 of the letter is IJR. The leveraged vehicle I use in Tier 2 of the letter is MVV. In Tier 3, I attempt to beat Tiers 1 and 2 with my own stock picks emphasizing high dividend yields coupled with high volatility. Such stocks are hard to find, but the letter has assembled a good handful of them and is always looking for more.
Thank you, again, Gurnam.
All my best,
Jason, I really enjoyed your book so am thinking about subscribing to your newsletter. However, I did not find information anywhere on the Web site regarding subscription cancellation. Can you please send me details about canceling a monthly subscription should one wish to do so?
Thank you, Zane!
I use Amazon Payments, where subscribers control their own payment arrangement directly at Amazon. At any time, the subscription can be canceled there. Whenever a person sends a note asking to cancel, I return directions for logging into the Amazon Payments site and then canceling it directly.
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