If you want to beat the market, you need to find investments where the odds are stacked in your favour.
After reading this, you'll know the four stages of finding and checking profitable stock ideas for yourself.
And if you read until the end, you'll get the chance to try my new stock picking course risk-free.
DId you know that just 1% of stocks account for all the wealth creation in stockmarkets in the last
Let's start with where you can find good investment ideas.
How To Have A Steady
Stream Of Good Stock Ideas
If you want to beat the market, you need to have market beating ideas. Otherwise you should just buy an index fund and save yourself the time.
There are a huge amount of hot tips and investment ideas out there today.
But good ideas? They're much rarer.
And you don’t just want one or two.
You need a steady flow of good investment ideas, so you don't feel like you have to rush into the first stock before its price goes up.
Luckily, you can pluck stock ideas from a number of sources.
Here are a few of them:
- Finding companies that match certain investing themes
- Finding a certain type of investment that tends to net good results
- Seeing what respected professional investors are buying
You might even keep an eye on investing forums and news websites. But be careful.
Do you know how to avoid the fraud and hype stocks often promoted online?
Wherever you look for ideas, tread carefully – and don't forget what you're looking for.
You're looking for situations where the market underestimates a company's future prospects.
Tapping a steady flow of good stock ideas becomes easy when you know where to look. And my course covers a number of them.
- The simple investing theme that nets huge returns over a 2-3 year period
- The only time getting stock ideas from the newspaper isn't a dreadful idea
- My favourite type of stock, where big price jumps are predictable yet easy to find early
- The three basic qualities of good long term stocks – and how to buy them cheap
Now it's time to look at the kind of company you want in your portfolio.