It’s earnings season. In fact it’s prime time for companies’ first-quarter earnings.
For company players the game is about trying to beat analysts’ estimates, to get your company’s stock to pop so you look better than your reflection.
But, the game is rigged.
What! Another rigged game on the purposely muddied fields where Wall Streeters play?
Yep. Another rigged game.
And like high-frequency trading (HFT) and so many other “institutionalized” games on the Street that are sucking the life out of other people’s dreams, it’s not illegal.
This is the norm…
A few weeks ago, I told you a story about a woman who took my advice and used it to overcome her fear of investing.
As it turns out, it was an incredibly popular column.
Reader Robert from Vancouver wrote:
Thanks Shah for trying to provide some financial education.
There is a real and urgent need to teach people at least the basics of investing, the economy, and business.
I wholeheartedly agree.
That’s why I wanted to come back and build on the advice I originally gave you.
You see, once you make a decision to start investing, the next step is to make a commitment to become successful.
And today I’m going to show you how to make that next step…