Invest Better By Deleting All Investment News

I just got off the phone with a new client that said, “investing is
crazy complicated, I can’t keep up with the news, the numbers
and all the terms, there’s just too much new stuff happening every
day and I don’t have time.”

I said to him, you’re right. There is a lot of numbers and news and
technology that constantly feeds information to you about the markets.

BUT if you’re paying attention, this one minute email will save you
a decade of stress and frustration.

If you believe protecting and growing your money is about more
information and faster information and better devices to deliver that
information to you AND that you must keep up with the latest ‘bit of info’
then you will for sure be in a constant state of overwhelmed.

AND you will never actually be able to make a smart decision about your
money consistently.

Every time something new and shiny comes out about investing you’ll
think, “That is the silver bullet”. And before you know it, you’ll be dragged
down to the depths of the ocean filled with pockets of ‘silver bullets’.

Here’s the real truth.

There is one thing. One piece of information that will tell you what to be in.
It never lies and it doesn’t change that often.

It is better than news.
It is better than sheets filled with numbers.
And it is better than any new iPhone App.

You don’t even need to look at it every day…or even every week. Heck you
might only need to look at it every month and maybe even every quarter.

And the best part, it’s free. You just have to know where to find it.

Get this one thing right and your future is taken care of. Miss it or disregard
it and your future is possibly in jeopardy.

So enough already, what is it?

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It’s a price chart comparing three of the four asset classes you can invest in.

Your only four choices of assets to invest in are:

  1. Stocks (red line)
  2. Bonds (yellow line)
  3. Currencies (blue line)
  4. Commodities (not shown)

Find the asset(s) that are moving up against the other two or three and you know
where to place your money.

I have one more for you.

Below is a price chart of the S&P500 compared to an ETF that use to be tracking
the exact moves of the S&P500 up until June.

As you can see in the chart below the ETF (green line) has diverged from the
S&P 500 since June.

In tonight’s Insiders Club meeting I will be talking about what this ETF is, why it is
paying a 5% plus yield and why I think it will continue going up.

Join me tonight for FREE by following this link.

Together, we are protecting and growing your wealth,

1 Comment

  • Sean Anderson

    July 13, 2010

    RC – quick question, the asset class chart looks pretty different depending on the time horizon chosen….do you look at the trend over a set period? From 1 month to ytd, biggest % gain is in treasury bonds. 1 year is saying stocks and gold/silver. 2.5 year is saying gold/silver.