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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 just finished reading The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing. Your method of describing things has put valuable knowledge into my hands. I am a college student nearing my undergraduate degree, and began investing earlier this year for my first time ever. I have put your experience to use with success and hope to do so again and again. I have thoroughly enjoyed your work. When my friends and colleagues begin their investing venture, I will be sure to recommend this guide. Cheers.
Thank you, Jacob. It’s excellent to see somebody getting an early start. Time is your friend in this business. Remember to learn with small amounts of money, not big. Best of luck to you!
I have finished most of the Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing (2010, didn’t notice that a 2013 edition was already out…). Great book.
I’ve been making the Stocks to Watch Worksheet as described in your book but I’m a bit stuck. Instead of using Value Line, I am crunching out all of the numbers myself based on company balance sheets, etc, just to get a bit more comfortable with this kind of information at the start. I am comparing my results with free Value Line reports just to make sure I’m doing everything right. I’ve been doing well until Cash Flow Per Share.
No matter what I do, I can’t get a number which matches the Value Line figure. I am doing this with Verizon, trying to arrive at their 2011 Cash Flow Per Share number on Value Line. Using the figures from my TD Ameritrade account, Cash flow/Shares Outstanding for 2011 just doesn’t equal 7.96 as listed on Value Line. I am using the 2011 figure of 2.83 billion shares outstanding, and I can’t come up with a Cash Flow number that results in 7.96. I’ve tried using Total Cash from Operations and various other figures but nothing works. Am I just looking in the wrong place or missing something obvious? Thanks a lot!
I’m reading your book and loving it. I want to subscribe to your newsletter and plan to do so. I spend my winters in Cambodia. With the time differences would arrive on Saturday instead of Sunday? thanks Jason!
Thank you, Randy. The letter goes out Sunday morning New York time, so it would arrive in Cambodia on Sunday night. Hope to see you on the list soon!
Mr. Kelly just finished reading your book and I loved it. I just started investing the beginning of this year and feel your book has armed me with valuable information to be successful with the market. You mentioned in your book a method of buying or selling shares to achieve 3% growth quarterly, should we do this with individual company stocks we own? Thanks
Hey Jason thought id congratulate you on such an easy to read to read and understand guide on investing. I’ve been looking into this for months now so thank you for the knowledge and advice. I’m 20 now and plan to start investing this month. ill let you know when I become a billionaire and of course give you and your book due credit. I’m excited to start researching companies as we speak.
I would ask if you can made your book “The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing” “2013 Edition “available through Audible.com?
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