At The Rich Investor, it’s our goal to help our readers have more success with their investments. We know that investing is a way to increase income and allow for certain freedoms in life.
We impart all of our years of knowledge and experience to you, so it can make an impact in your lives.
And on Tuesday, August 27 at 1 p.m. (ET), I’m hosting a live event.
Cash Codes Summit
I’m calling it the Cash Codes Summit. It’s a way to share with you the knowledge and experience I’ve gathered over the years of Wall Street floor trading, while helping you to become more successful with your investments by diving deeper into what “cash codes” are, and how you can take full advantage of them.
This could mean more time to travel, more time with family, a more relaxing retirement… whether it’s a way to help a family member pay for college or give to charity or just plain having more time to do what you want, this is our common pursuit.
But what kind of investments are we talking about?
Over the last 100 years, investing in the stock market has been one of the clearest paths to increasing wealth.
It’s been shown that investing in a plain S&P 500 index fund could yield 7%-10% per year over the long haul.
That’s better than bonds, gold, real estate, and commodities.
We’ve also seen some of the incredible gains that could be had by investing in just one single stock.
If you were lucky enough to have invested in Amazon in 1997, you could be sitting on gains of 135,000%. Or investing in Apple in 1980 could’ve reaped gains of 57,000%.
The main point is that investing in the stock market, whether it’s an index fund or individual stocks, over the long run is one of the best avenues to increasing wealth.
But knowing that is not enough. You need to have a strategy that gives you an edge.
And that’s where I come in.
Don’t Pay Retail
Once you’ve realized that stocks are the avenue to increase your wealth, you need to find the best way to go about it.
Surely we’ve all read articles about the current hottest stocks, or have watched CNBC to get their take on the best tech company, or have even gotten tips from an in-law.
Our first inclination is to just go out and buy those stock at their current market price.
But that’s not the best way. In fact, you might as well be flying blind.
What if the stock is currently overpriced? You don’t want to buy right before it drops.
Have you done your due diligence and research first?
My attitude towards buying anything — whether it’s stocks, clothes, groceries, electronics, cars, etc. — is: “Am I getting a good deal?”
I always shop around for the best price and use coupons when able.
That frugality has saved me tens of thousands of dollars over the years, allowing me to keep more of my hard-earned money.
That same thinking is applied when I’m looking to buy stocks. And it works.
I never buy a stock at its current price. That’s like paying retail. I know I can do better.
For many investors, placing a limit buy order somewhere below the stock’s current price is their go-to method. Not for me though. I prefer my tried-and-true strategy, which not only gives me an opportunity to buy the stock cheaper, but also to collect an upfront cash payment for my time and effort.
Enter the Cash Codes
This is a little-known trading strategy on Wall Street that not many people know about. But one that has been used by some of the savviest investors of our time. Even Warren Buffet, the “Oracle of Omaha,” uses this strategy.
Cash codes are used to pay out instant cash whenever you want.
These cash codes are used in conjunction with your desire to buy a stock, but not at the stock’s current price.
It’s a way to name your own price for whatever stock you want to buy.
For example, let’s say I’m interested in buying 100 shares of Intel Corporation (INTC), but not at its current price of $47 per share. I want to buy it at $40 per share instead.
What can I do?
Well, as mentioned above, I could place a limit buy order at $40 per share. Only there’s no guarantee that I’ll ever get filled since the INTC would have to drop $7 per share for my order ticket to trigger. And if INTC never drops to $40, therein lies the problem.
But there’s another way.
A Better Way
I can place a cash code with my broker that not only acts like a limit order, but also offers an upfront cash payment for the simple reason that I want to buy a stock. And how great is that?
So now, if INTC does fall to $40, not only do I get to buy a stock I wanted at the price I wanted, but I also received a nice little extra present in the form of upfront cash.
It’s a fabulous way to increase your income. Over time, it could make quite the rich investor out of you.
I’ve been using the cash codes for almost 30 years now. And, as I’ve mentioned earlier, on Tuesday, August 27 at 1 p.m. (ET), is my live event, the Cash Codes Summit. It’s where I’ll teach investors just like you how to use the cash codes to their best advantage for free.
Though the event may be free, it’s highly limited. So, click here to reserve your spot today.
And if you’re wondering just how much the cash codes pay out, especially the Intel example, come back on Friday to learn more.