SharePlanner: Investment System
When it comes to stock market, the SharePlanner Investment System is about as simplistic and user-friendly as it gets. The concepts are easy enough for even a novice to understand and be successful at, regardless of whether you are a full-time trader or gainfully employed with a regular 9-5 job. It doesn’t really matter if you can’t watch the markets during the day because all you have to do is place your ordersbefore the market opens either the morning of, or the night before, and the rest takes care of itself!
It’s that easy!
So let’s get down to the nuts and bolts of the SharePlanner Investment System and what you need to know in order for it to work for you!
- Only stocks listed on the S&P 500 are traded. None of those penny stocks. Legit companies only.
- Takes advantage of stocks that meet a strict set of proprietary requirements. We’re not looking to chase stocks – we are only looking for those stocks that are oversold and ready to bounce in the short-term and make a sustained long-term move.
- All investments are long-setups (i.e. buys). We won’t be shorting any stocks.
- When there is a new investment play, we will post the setup in our Member’s Only Investment section on SharePlanner, as well as alert our subscribers to the setup via our email alert system.
- When you place your “buy” order with your broker you will do so for the next day’s trading session, so that the stock can be bought at the market open.
- Once you buy the stock, it will be added to the SharePlanner Current Portfolio in our Member’s Only Investment section.
- After the stock is purchased, you will want to place a “10% Trailing Stop-Loss” that is “Good-til-Canceled”. After you have done that, your job is done and the rest takes care of itself. If you don’t know what a “Trailing Stop-Loss” is, it’s simple: If you buy the stock at $10, then the trailing stop-loss is at $9/share.
- Alternatively you can also use a “close below stop” to where you only get out if the stock closes below the stated stop-loss. Long-term there is no difference in returns – just preference.
- If the stock goes down to $9, then you are out. If the stock moves up, the trailing stop moves up incrementally as the stock moves up in value. So, let’s say the stock goes up to $15/share, then the trailing stop-loss is at $13.50. If the stock goes to $20, then the stop-loss will be at $18, and so on…
- The amount of capital that you allocate for each position is up to you. For most subscribers, 10% on each trade has been the standard position size. But you should allocate the percentage of your portfolio that YOU feel most comfortable with, and that fits within your risk-tolerance.
The SharePlanner Investment System up 1,010.6% since its 2003 inception!
Below, you will find the KEY statistics for judging the merits of the Share Planner Investment System. Having finished in the green for its 8th year in-a-row in 2010, the results are undeniable. Since its inception in 2003, and despite some of the most tumultuous market years any of us have ever seen, the SharePlanner Investment System has yet to finish a single year in the red.
Even in a year like 2008, where the market saw declines in excess of 30%, the trading system still managed to make a profit. Try finding an investment system, that only buys stocks (doesn’t short them), and can sport a track record with the one you see below.