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The Single Best Way to Make Money in Stocks

Written by Charles Mizrahi
Posted May 16, 2017

What investing approach do you think was used by many of the individuals on the Forbes 400 list who identify investments as their occupation?

  1. Trading momentum stocks
  2. Trading gold or precious metals
  3. Investing in an index
  4. Trading options or Forex
  5. None of the above

If you guessed E, you are correct.

Most of the billionaires on the Forbes 400 who manage their own or others’ money don’t use any of the approaches I just mentioned.

Instead, they use an approach that they would consider the most powerful approach to investing ever created.

First, I must warn you.

The approach I’m about to describe for you — one that’s been proven successful over 83 years — is probably going to surprise you.

But, as you’re about to see, it stands head and shoulders above all others as the single best way to make money.

This approach has made more millionaires — and billionaires — than any other.

Now, here’s the most important part...

In the world of investing, the Forbes 400 list of the world’s richest individuals is filled with dozens of examples of men and women who built their wealth in large part thanks to this one simple, yet powerful, advantage.  

Collectively, the individuals on this list have made tens of billions of dollars in the stock market by following the proven investing approach I’ll reveal for you today.

I started off in the investing business when I was only 21 years old. I was a floor trader on the New York Futures Exchange, which was owned by the NYSE.

I went on to build a money management business and saw how charts, formulas, and fancy mathematical equations stopped working when the dot-com bubble burst.

I started to do research on the most successful investors and the approaches they followed.

And that research kept leading me back to the startling fact that the most successful investors in the world — some of the all-time greats — were devoted followers of a guy I’d never heard of.

That man’s name? Benjamin Graham.

Warren Buffett himself — arguably the world’s most successful investor, with a net worth of $73 billion — has said repeatedly that his success as an investor was because of Ben Graham’s teachings.

But there’s a common misconception about Graham and Buffett that I hope you haven’t been fooled by.

You see, Warren Buffett — and the others who have followed Graham’s teachings — does not simply buy “boring” old value stocks and hold them forever.

Not even close.

Graham taught the world’s greatest investors an approach that they were able to replicate to make fortunes buying and selling stocks.  

This approach has worked in all kinds of markets: bull, bear, flat... it doesn’t matter.

In order to take full advantage of great investing opportunities, you actually need to make the stock market your partner.

I’ll explain in greater detail in just a moment, but the simple truth is the most successful investors wait for the stock market to screw up...

And then they pounce on those golden opportunities.

Listen, don’t let anyone ever tell you that you’d be better off taking your money, sitting on the sidelines, and waiting for things to settle down. That’s hogwash!

There’s always an opportunity to make money in the stock market; you just have to know how to find it.

The approach is simple, doesn’t take more than 10 minutes a week on your part, and is spelled out in easy-to-understand updates.

Click here to see what I’m talking about and how to get started.

All my best,

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Charles Mizrahi

Twitter: @IWPeditor

Charles cut his chops on the trading floor of the New York Futures Exchange before moving on to become a wildly successful money manager on Wall Street.

And with more than 35 years of recommending stocks under his belt, Charles has knocked the cover off the ball, compiling an amazing record of success and posting gain after gain for his loyal readers. He is the editor of Park Avenue Investment Club and the Insider Alert newsletters.

Charles is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, Getting Started in Value Investing.

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