Shared Common Conventions #1
This is your basic README file for STRATEGY and TACTICS for PM’s and PM stocks. An orientation if you will.
My first basic rule, #1 for me, is SIMPLICITY. Simplicity in the approach to the trade, and simplicity of the trade itself. I only use long positions. Buying them to get in them, and selling them to exit the trade. Nothing to screw up.
Has worked fantastically for me. The one variation you may see, is where I buy a heavily dividended stock, and select a dividend reinvestment plan. Old fashioned I might be, but I like getting paid while my money is working, not just for capital gains. That is one slightly different category.
My job as the Editor and Publisher of STRATEGY and TACTICS is to execute
Due Diligence in selecting a stock with strong probabilities of an good return on your investment. Once I can tell a company is not in imminent danger of becoming insolvent in the time we are considering a position in its stock, my fundamental Due Diligence is resolved.
In twenty (20) years of working with Stock Charts, and other services, I have identified six (6) Clusters of individual measures (indicators?), avoiding measuring the same data (co-linearity) redundantly. These measures, in the clusters enable certain probabilities to be formed about the stock under consideration. Different stocks respond positively to different clusters. Those stocks that are unresponsive, get dropped from consideration.
So far I have written a lot of words. Lets get to what they mean :
The stocks I pick, when I pick them, if acquired in a timely manner have a
more than even chance of making you money. Here is where it gets serious:
If you don’t like my work for any reason, and you ask, I refund your monthly subscription fee, no questions asked.
We offer a stress-free, hassle free, environment for you to turn my 30+ years of technical analysis, and experience in the PM sector, into a way to profit.
It’s a risk-free way to see if you can use our methods for your profit. You don’t profit, we lose you and don’t make money. Again, very simple.
The chart below shows what we are up against, not being the 1%.