BeatTheStockMarket.com is an on-line investment newsletter
specializing in stock and mutual fund recommendations.
From 1998 toJune 6, 2021our Primary Stock Portfolio
per year. We use a proprietary investment selection method that has been under
development since 1993. Our performance is based on simply buying and holding
stocks for 1-3 years. Our model portfolio has never recommended risky futures,
commodities or options (although at times we have recommended some options outside
of our model portfolio).
We believe in investing, not gambling. And we also don't
utilize market timing or day trading. We simply focus on stock and fund selection
and let our profits ride.
Why don't we recommend day trading? Because to profit
from day trading, your investment needs to make enough profit in a very short
time to overcome the cost of incurring frequent commissions, the higher taxation
of short-term trading, the cost of proprietary information systems that day
traders are led to believe that they need, and the excessive time that day trading
Our method of investing is not time-consuming for our
subscribers. Merely monitor your email for our buy/sell recommendations which
occur roughly once every two weeks for our Primary Stock Portfolio
(subscribers also receive buy/sell signals for our alternative model portfolios).
We will tell you via email and on our web site exactly what to buy and when
to buy it. And even more importantly, what to sell and when to sell it. In
addition, subscribers receive weekly emails to keep them up-to-date on our recommended
Furthermore, when we notify subscribers of buy/sell
recommendations, subscribers are notified by email in real-time.
That's just one of the many advantages that on-line investment publications
have over printed publications. Subscribers don't have to wait for us to send
our data to the printer so it can be printed and then mailed via the oftentimes
slow U.S. Postal Service. Waiting for the next regularly-scheduled publication
would be a disservice to our subscribers since timing is immensely important
in the securities markets.