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Why I’m a Good Guest
If you’re a producer or host, I’ll bet you’ve experienced these:
Guests who don’t show up or call at the designated time
Guests who don’t know their subject
Guests who give five-word answers that leave you hanging
Guests who are boring
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.
I’d love to join your show, either in-person or by phone. Let’s book something!
I have just finished reading the neatest little guide to stock market investing and as someone who is about to venture into investing for himself this book is so much help, thank you.
The only issue i have is trying to do the math on the examples you give through out the book on percentages, some of them i just divide the smaller number by the larger one, in most cases it works out, but the others I’m no where close.
Am i doing something wrong?
Keep up the good work, your help is invaluable.
I recently have finished The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, and let me first say it’s very well written, easy to understand, and I feel that it is a very good book that every new investor should read. While on your website, printing some of your worksheets, I saw your book Stock Market Contest and am very interested in reading it, however, I prefer not to read off e-readers, and was wondering will that book be coming out in a paperback or hardcover form (and if so, when)?
Thank you, Henry! I, too, would like to see SMC in paperback, but it’s only in e-reader format now and I’m not sure when it will arrive on paper. I’ll send a notice to the free email list when it does. Since you’re on the list, you’ll be among the first to know! Jason
Just finished reading “Stock Market Contest” and enjoyed it thoroughly. Thanks so much for writing it!
You’re most welcome, Steve! Find a niche and know it better than anybody. That’s about the only way to get ahead in stocks because it focuses our pattern-recognition instincts in a way that can help. “I know this company” or “I know this cycle” can be useful realizations if they enable you to know when the niche prices are cheap and expensive. Jason
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