Part 1: What is Tradestreaming
This is part one of a series that takes a birds-eye view into the concepts I develop in my book, Tradestreaming. Readers should also subscribe to my newsletter to stay on top of all news, posts and share in some of the ideas I’ll be developing. Subscribe here.
The Problem: Too much info
Are you bombarded with numerous talking heads, each one purporting to have developed a better system, a better mousetrap, for investors and their long term performance?
With the reams of data and discussion on the Internet and 24/7 cable channels talking about the markets and every move upward or downward, it’s become almost impossible for an investor to find his way. Every get rich schemer plays into this frustration with promises of quick profits and little risk.
Tradestreaming: A Better Way
Tradestreaming is all about using the Internet (and in particular, social media sites like Twitter) to make better, more accurate — more informed — investment decisions.
Let’s face it: most investors struggle to beat the markets. We make great stock picks but we also buy losers and don’t sell them soon enough. The research shows that individuals (and many professionals) struggle to keep up with (let alone, beat) the stock market. That’s a fact.
By plugging into the massive amount of profitable information online — the collective Tradestream – investors can piggyback on the successes of others and their time-tested strategies to build better portfolios for the long term.
I hope you’ll stick around for the ride.
Next => Part 2: What is Tradestreaming
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