A couple of week ago, my good friend and managing editor of The Rich Investor, Coty Poynter, shared a story with me regarding my new book, 27 Stock Secrets of a Rich Investor.
I was moved by it.
I encouraged him to share it with you guys… so we made space in today’s issue of The Rich Investor.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
And I also hope you’ll grab a copy of my book, if you haven’t already.
One last thing…
Be sure to turn into The Rich Investor on Wednesday. I’ll be beginning a two-part series on how to earn the most bang for your buck using just two simple investment vehicles, as my 10X Profits readers do.
Now, I’ll turn it over to Coty…
I’d like to share a story.
Growing up, I spent much of my time reading and writing. Occasionally I’d sketch or paint or mold clay — which more times than not was modeled after some dinosaur.
My mother would praise me for my little “masterpieces,” and encourage me by displaying the finished pieces at the bottom of a curio cabinet tucked away in the corner of our dining room. I’d drag any guests over to the cabinet, point out my work, wait for the compliments… and if they liked it, I’d try to auction it off to them for candy.
As far back as I can remember, it had been a dream of mine to do something creative with my life. At one point, when I was a bit older, maybe around 10 or 11, I told my father over dinner that I wanted to be a world-renowned artist. I demonstrated my potential by showing off my latest drawing of sharks and fish.
At the time, I remember being upset by his reaction. Now, I understand why he laughed.
You see, my father confided in me once that he wanted to write a great book. But he never did. He did, however, own three businesses, rent out apartments, and, for a short time, flip houses.
Though life took my family through many detours, leading to the closure of his businesses and loss of many assets during the Great Recession, I understand why he laughed. And why he never wrote that book he always wanted to write.
Life comes quick. And much of it we spend trying to be as comfortable as can be in our circumstances. We work long hours. We hope for promotions, raises, for a break that gives us some extra breathing room financially, all while supporting the ones we love.
Often, this leads us to be consumed by the work and toil. Before we know it, we’re much older, aching in places we didn’t know we could ache, and not much better off than where we began.
We spent far too much time in-pursuit rather than enjoying.
But it doesn’t have to be this way…
After countless hours of learning, researching, and real-world application… after years of schooling, of working for different firms, and striving to discover the best active-investment strategies… Adam has fulfilled his dream of writing a book.
In his first book, 27 Stock Secrets of Rich Investors, Adam has uncovered a way to ease the burden and stress of financial fault and grant you a way to access personal and financial freedom.
Now, I know this sounds absurd, or far too good to be true.
And I get it. I do.
But, as someone who has seen the data, and works with Adam daily, I urge you to consider this opportunity.
His book is a glimpse inside his most successful services — Cycle 9 Alert and 10X Profits — and guides you through the troubling territory of human psychology so that you can make rational investment decisions and earn the most out of each trade.
Adam explains the ins and outs of profiting from bull markets and preserving through bear markets. And he lays out the disadvantage small investors are up against when it comes to Wall Street…
All of this — and then some — without being over-technical. It’s approachable and easy-to-digest.
It has me wondering if my father could have written that book he always talked about, or if he could have kept the businesses going had he had something like this to gain him some extra capital, and to preserve what he had when the Great Recession hit…
The thing is, we can never be too prepared for the future. And that doesn’t mean working 60 hours a week. It doesn’t mean giving up our hobbies and passions just to ensure we’ll be comfortable when we’re older, perhaps past the point of enjoying these things.
Adam’s put in the labor. Now it’s time for you to reap the fruit.
There are few things worse than looking back and wondering what ifwhen you have the opportunity to change course, to get wind under your sails, and to take the wheel of your financial future and personal freedom.
So, what will it be?
Remember, my friends, tune in Wednesday to The Rich Investor for some info you won’t want to miss out on!