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Start Your 3Sig Plan.

The 3% Signal pushed dollar-cost averaging aside as the stock market’s new best practice. After reading the book, use these tools to manage your plan. Includes Mark’s plan from Chapter 7 that you can print on a single page for reference when rereading his story. Free. Get the tools


Compare Investing Strategies.

In writing my books and newsletter, I’ve researched a wide range of investing strategies. This periodically updated report shows how some of them are doing. Free. Read the report


Use These Worksheets.

Each of these worksheets from my Neatest Little Guide series fits on a single piece of paper, which you can print. From your financial goals to your personal expenses to promising stocks you want to watch, these hardworkers have you covered. Free. Get the worksheets


Research Online.

This page links to many of the sites referenced in “The Internet” section on pages 197-203 of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, 2013 Edition. Free. See the collection


Laugh At The Z-vals.

Double over with delight as you witness professional forecasting’s 50 percent mistake rate in this up-to-date collection of zero-validity predictions. Free. Enter The Z-val Zone


Keep Current.

Most of what I write is evergreen — as true one, five, or ten years later as it was on the day it was published. The world does change, however, and occasional updates are necessary. Those updates, along with a few error fixes, are yours for the taking between printings. Free. Browse the updates


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23 Comments

  1. Larry Rogers
    Posted February 26, 2015 at 10:21 am | Permalink

    Picked-up Jason’s “Stock Market Investing” at a bookstore on vacation recently. Completely changed my investing philosophy and made $7000 the first month. Was previously mostly in mutual funds but have a new confidence in common stocks. Highly recommend!

  2. Thong Seck Tan
    Posted May 16, 2015 at 11:22 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jason, bought “The neatest little guide to Stock Market Investing” and I dare declare it’s the 1st book that I have managed to complete in a long while. Now I cannot wait to get started!

    I hope you can help me clarify 1 point: when I use SMA/MACD/RSI to observe the trend, what time period (e.g. 5 days, 1mth, 3mth, 6mth) should I be looking at for any stock (e.g. MVV) to capture the trends accurate?

    Many thanks!

    • Posted May 20, 2015 at 3:05 am | Permalink

      Thank you!

      For SMA, usually 50-day and 200-day work well. For MACD, the default and perfectly fine parameters to use are 12-, 26-, and 9-unit time periods (day, weeks, months, quarters). For RSI, a 14-unit period is usually best.

      I should caution you that these and all such methods are unreliable. They’re accurately explained in the book and are easy to accurately use, but even if you get everything right the market can go against you. I recommend reading my newest book, The 3% Signal, to better understand why it’s probably not worth the effort of timing and better to just automate your long-term account with the signal while focusing your energy and ambition elsewhere in life.

      Whichever path you choose, I wish you well.

      Jason

  3. Posted May 22, 2015 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    It’s going to be end of mine day, except before end I am reading this fantastic
    article to increase my knowledge.

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