Few people may stumble into financial security. But for the small minority of those who do, it’s highly unlikely they did by pure chance. Financial security and the freedom it brings is often a result of a well calculated, timed and executed plan rather than the “lucky punt”.
But for most people, like you and I, one of the most effective ways to attain financial security is to save and invest. It’s also very simple – you just need to have your money work for you. Why? Because of the Power of Compound Interest…
Eg. £10k invested today
Looks wonderful doesn’t it? But, in reality, the vast majority of people (“the crowd”) who have-a-go at trading and investing fail and actually lose money, only to line the pockets, only to line the pockets of the select few who possess the right knowledge.
The wealthiest hedge fund managers and private investors in the world have two things in common; they know what to do and when to do it and embrace a “get rich slowly” mantra as opposed to populist appetite for fast money, held by those who simply choose trading and investing to get rich quick.
Believe it or not, many of the most successful investors have been invested into the markets for decades.
- Imagine, the above table but starting with more capital…
- Imagine, combining the returns with your trading account…
You can quickly see the power of compound interest but also having a consistent approach.
Something we here at Trade-Vest strive for.
In our private members area we expose the very same formulas hedge fund billionaires use including:
Jim Rogers – probably the most famous and successful contrarian investor of
all time. Having started out investing with only $600 in his pocket, he later went
on to setup the Quantum Fund, which in a 10 year period returned over 4,200%. Today a humble billionaire, his long-term success was certainly no fluke.
Peter Lynch – arguably one of the best stock pickers of all time having steered the
Fidelity Magellan Fund from 1977 to 1990 to a total return of 2,510% (five times the
approximate 500% return of the S&P 500 Index). The fund grew from a starting capital of $18 million in 1977 to over $14 billion in 1990
…as well as Warren Buffett, James O’Shaughnessy, Richard Driehaus and Benjamin Graham.
The TV Investor Academy’s library shows you how to invest in a style that suits you and your goals. It covers the science and models of:
- Contrarian Investing
- Value Investing
- Growth & Value Investing
- Momentum Investing
- P/E (Price to Earnings) Growth Investing
- Dividend Investing
However, we take it one step further and include the tools necessary for absolute precision in timing yourself for explosive moves in a safe, risk managed way.