Equity Market: STOCKs, ETFs, REITs
Get consistently winning recommendations using our proprietary T4 Strategy
We understand that many investors feel comfortable investing in stocks without the help of an investment advisor. They do not want ongoing account management or paying fees to the advisor. If you are looking for stock recommendations to grow your equity portfolio, we can help! Our portfolio building service is specifically designed for such clients. We offer as-needed, ready-to-go recommendations, delivered to your inbox, every Monday morning!
EQUITY MARKET STRATEGIES
BLUE CHIP STOCKS
BOND BASED ETF
Equity market vehicles can be traded online using brokerage platforms. Depending on their time horizon and risk tolerance, investors can use these vehicles for short-term trading (days to weeks) as well as long-term investments (months to years).
10 RECOMMENDATIONS EVERY MONTH
Typically we provide 2-3 recommendations every Monday.
This service is for investors who want to invest in the equity market, and who need stock recommendations to grow their portfolio without our ongoing account management services. The recommendations will be delivered to the clients via email on a weekly basis. These recommendations are general in nature and are not specific to any particular client or any specific financial situation and educational in nature. Therefore this is not investment advice. Clients are expected to understand the risks associated with trading, know how to place/manage the trades in their own brokerage account and assume the risks associated with trading.
When to buy and sell: Get the entry price and the potential target price. High reward, with low tisk
How long to invest: Days (short-term), Weeks (medium-term), or Months (long-term)
You are in control: use these recommendations at your discretion, using any brokerage firm
Entry: a price level at which the recommended trade action can be done
Target: a price level at which an open position can be closed to take the profit (reward).
Stop-loss: a price level at which an open position should be closed to manage risk.