Archive for January, 2013
“Wealthbuilder Trade Trigger” © was launched in January 2012. It is a service whereby 10-15 equity trades per year in “real time”, are sent to student-investors by text and email, during the main American Stock Market trading hours. (10am – 4pm U.S Eastern Time; 3pm – 9pm Irish Time). This unique service motivates participants to comprehensively track trades from their mobile phone, tablet, or computer desk-top. Full sell “stop loss” levels are always provided when trades are “triggered”.
This service was developed for the benefit of some students who were experiencing difficulty successfully applying what was taught in the Wealthbuilder investment course due to work place or life-style constraints.
The investment approaches used in the “Trade Trigger” service mirror the Value and Momentum strategies used in the Wealthbuilder training and mentoring course. This course marries fundamental analysis with technical analysis and its mission is to “hot-house” students so that they may quickly master the investment and trading techniques necessary to achieve superior investment returns.
Fundamental analysis is utilized to identify excellent “Trade Trigger” candidates. Technical analysis is applied to choose entry points, sell stop levels, hold positions and sell points.
Over the past year “Trade Trigger” has grown to become a significant additional resource available to student clients and has helped them experience a quantum leap in their trading application, market understanding and investment success.
Ideally the “Trade Trigger” system is best suited to market participants who intend to invest through index brokers. The leverage and liquidity provided by these types of investment houses allow students to be fully invested even though they may have no more than 10% of their portfolio at risk in any one stock. Potential losses are mitigated through the disciplined use of stringent stop losses.
The Trade Trigger service costs 1,500.00 Euro per annum.
The programme objective is to guide students to attain average returns in the 40-60% range.
The Wealthbuilder course director is Christopher M. Quigley. He was born in 1958 in Dublin, Ireland. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Accounting and Management from Trinity College Dublin and is a graduate of the Marketing Institute of Ireland. He commenced investing in the stock market in 1989 in Belmont, California where he lived for 6 years. He has developed the Wealthbuilder investment and trading course over the last two decades as a result of research, analysis and trading experience. This system integrates fundamental analysis with technical analysis and focuses on momentum, value and pension strategies. Since 2007 Mr. Quigley has written over 80 articles which have been published on popular web sites based in California, New York, London and Dublin.
Iceland President: We Decided to Let the Banks Fail , “We didn’t follow the traditional prevailing orthodoxies. And the end result four years later is that Iceland is enjoying progress and recovery.”
By Thomás O Cléirigh
Yet we in Ireland are saddled with puppets who are mouthpieces for the faceless bondholders who now control every aspect of Irish public life. They have total control of the media, Unions, civil service and the Judiciary, and we are bombarded with the mantra we have to pay every penny back to the bondholder gamblers and crooked bankers. Otherwise our country would be shunned by the world markets!
What bulls,**t , we are now financial slaves and we are worse off now than we were five years ago! These debts are not ours and constitute “odious debts” We must refuse to pay any more and demand the return of the funds we have already paid out period!
The incompetent politicians and civil servants must also be brought to justice one way or another!
Are Irish mortgage even legal? As the repayments were based on rates that were being manipulated by these gangsters .What are the government going to do about this fraud now. Can the ordinary Joe now take legal action against these crooks???
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