Monday, March 06, 2017

Coaching on Skype or Phone from David Moadel -- PayPal and Credit Cards Accepted

Get personalized coaching on Skype or Phone from David Moadel. PayPal and credit cards are accepted here.

To pay by credit card or with a PayPal account, please use the form below. Your information is always safe and secure.

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You can also make a PayPal payment by logging into your PayPal account and sending $30 for each half-hour coaching session to PayPal user name davidmoadel@gmail.com -- Also be sure to e-mail David your contact information, such as your Skype user name or phone number, along with the days and times you are available for the coaching, if he does not already have this information. Thank you!

(Disclaimer: For informational purposes only, and not to be construed as financial, trading, or investing advice. Not a licensed or registered financial adviser. Financial results or profits cannot be guaranteed.)

Monday, October 31, 2016

Without an investing or trading plan, you're headed for financial disaster.

Have you lost money in stocks or options?  Or maybe you're just not getting the consistent gains you're looking for?  Perhaps you're just drifting from one strategy to another, or you've tried taking "hot tips" from friends/family/co-workers... with poor results.  If so, you're not alone -- I talk to people in this situation practically every day.  What you probably need is guidance, coaching.... and a trading/investing plan.

The fact is, it's absolutely necessary to have an investing plan; otherwise, you're putting your money at risk with random, unfocused trades.  Having a plan means knowing what stocks to buy and WHY you're buying those stocks at the particular time you're buying them; when to buy them and, just as importantly, when to sell them; what to do when a stock trade or investment moves against you; how to read stock charts and price movement; managing your emotions when trading or investing; making sure that you're "hedged" properly so that your potential losses are limited and so you can sleep soundly at night; and other factors.  Jumping into the world of trading and investing is a way to lose money if you don't know exactly what you're doing and why you're doing it.  What you really need is someone to assist you in formulating an individualized trading/investing plan to suit your particular needs.

Before you choose a trading/investing coach, make sure that this person:

  • Actually trades or invests his own money (I've used my own strategies for years and outperformed consistently).
  • Is not only knowledgeable in financial matters, but has expertise in teaching (I have a master's
    degree in education -- something that very few of the so-called "trading experts" out there can claim).
  • Has helped many other individuals in a situation similar to yours (I am proud to have helped so many people vastly improve their situation and enjoy greater peace of mind).
  • Doesn't just give you "hot stock tips/alerts/signals" but instead helps you to learn to trade/invest profitably on your own (I'm not interested in making people dependent on me; I want to help people so that they can become proficient themselves).
  • Focuses on limiting risk, instead of only focusing on making quick profits (I put capital preservation at the top of my list of financial priorities).
  • Truly cares about his clients and provides excellent customer service (most "hot stock tips" services out there only send you a bunch of stock symbols but don't bother to answer your questions or concerns; on the other hand, I am proud to provide the best possible customer service and I am passionate about the well-being of my clients).
You deserve to have a comprehensive plan that meets your unique objectives, account size, time frame, risk tolerance, and personality.  When you're ready to take control and really maximize your trading/investing potential, e-mail me at davidmoadel @ gmail . com and let's talk about how I can assist you today.  I look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

David Moadel



(Disclaimer: For informational purposes only, and not to be construed as financial, trading, or investing advice. Not a licensed or registered financial adviser. Financial results or profits cannot be guaranteed.)

Friday, October 28, 2016

Why You Need a Trading/Investing Plan

So you're considering putting together a trading or investing plan for stocks or options, or just jumping into it without a plan.... or maybe just leaving your money with and "adviser" and letting him or her take care of it for you? But consider this: Did you know that most high-priced "financial advisers" do WORSE than the overall market (the S&P 500)? And they charge hefty fees for this "service"... It's detrimental to the clients but it's perfectly legal and happens all the time. You'll actually do better than most of those high-priced "advisers" if you do it yourself, and you won't have to cough up massive fees (and many of these fees are "hidden" fees too).
But if you choose to do it yourself, you need to have an investing plan; otherwise you'll be putting your money at risk with random trades. Having a plan means knowing what stocks to buy and WHY you're buying those stocks at the particular time you're buying them; when to buy them and, just as importantly, when to sell them; what to do when a stock trade or investment moves against you; how to read stock charts and price movement; managing your emotions when trading or investing; making sure that you're "hedged" properly so that your potential losses are limited and so you can sleep soundly at night; and other factors. If you're "looking to dabble in the stock market a little bit," that's not a plan -- it's a way to lose money if you don't know exactly what you're doing and why you're doing it.
If you would like help with putting together a trading or investing plan, feel free to e-mail me at davidmoadel @ gmail . com. You can also view my trading/investing YouTube videos here: https://www.youtube.com/c/davidmoadel/videos
(Not a licensed or registered investment adviser. For informational purposes only; not intended as investment advice. Please conduct your own research before making any trades or investments.)

How to protect yourself against a stock market crash: Hedging your investments/trades

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Great Books for Beginning Traders/Investors: My short list of indispensable trading/investing classic reads

Occasionally I'm asked about books that beginning traders/investors ought to read. I believe that the "classics" are the best place to start reading about the markets, and the classics in the field include The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle, The Little Book that Beats the Market by Joes Greenblatt, The Art of Short Selling by Kathryn F. Staley, Options as a Strategic Investment by Lawrence G. McMillan, and the Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski. There are more books to read, but this is a good starting point and these books have helped a lot of people over the years.

Of course, it's not sufficient to just read a few books before you start trading/investing. If you would like help with putting together a trading or investing plan, feel free to e-mail me at davidmoadel @ gmail . com.

(Not a licensed or registered investment adviser. For informational purposes only; not intended as investment advice. Please conduct your own research before making any trades or investments.)