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Owning and investing in the stock market requires that you believe that there are companies making money whose profits are going to go higher in the future. Many people think you would want to buy a stock at $7 and wait for it to raise $700 to get rich. However, this rarely happens. Instead, you should buy stock from companies that are already doing well, that are earning billions per quarter and annually. When they are earning high revenues, wall street rewards them with a higher stock price.  There are more an more billionaires today because there are many companies who are doing extremely well, and their executives and investors are benefiting.  For example, the company Oracle (ORCL) was founded by a man named Larry Ellison, who is now worth 43 billion dollars. Oracle has seen consistent revenue growth year after year. As the founder, Larry Ellison owns a number of shares of the stock, and it has made him a billionaire.    When someone is a great innovator and they have the good fortune to be backed by wall street, they are given a certain number of shares of their company before it goes public. For the sake of the example, let’s say that number is 1 million shares priced at $1. When the company goes public, the shares are valued and sold at $40. Now, that innovator is worth $40 million. You can see how someone might become a billionaire, if they were given or purchased 50 million shares of a stock at $10 before it went public.  Being on the inside before a company goes public can make you a billionaire. However, you can still do well buy purchasing shares of a company after it has gone public and has proven it’s consistent revenue. In The Wealthy Investor program we never purchase IPO’s because want to wait for the company to prove itself and its revenue first.  Pepsico (PEP)’s CEO is named Indra Nooyi. She is worth 144 million dollars because as a part of her pay package she is issued a certain number of shares of Pepsi. She has not made it to the billionaire realm yet mainly because there is more money to be made in software these days than there is in soft drinks.    Jeff Bezos who founded Amazon (AMZN) is worth over 50 billion dollars because Amazon’s stock has gone from $200 to $700 in the last five years. The higher the share price, the more his net worth will grow.  Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft is worth 76 billion dollars. When Microsoft started there was a lot of running room for software companies. Shareholders who bought into the company after the revenue started rising were rewarded handsomely.    If you are not in on the ground floor of a company, it probably won’t making you a billionaire. However, investing into companies who are continuously growing their revenues can make you a millionaire. First, you have to get a financial education. Guessing is not investing. Guessing that a company’s stock could go higher is a losing strategy. You must learn to follow revenue.  If you want a shot at becoming a billionaire, you need to follow an investing plan that has been proven to work. Here's a tip from The Wealthy Investor program: When you start buying stocks, buy in small increments. In The Wealthy Investor Program we call this building a position. If I wanted to buy shares of Oracle, Amazon, Pepsi, or Microsoft, I would start by purchasing 10 share. Then I would wait for the stock to go up five dollars to prove to me that it is worth purchasing more shares.  For more stock market tips and an investing plan that works, visit today! Click HERE!  
Carrie Keranen is a successful working actress in the Los Angeles area. She grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, studied international business and Japanese at the University of Michigan, backpacked around Europe after college and then bought a one-way ticket to New York City. Despite her studies, Carrie couldn’t keep away from acting. Her career starts with voice over work, then flowed into theater, and eventually television and film. Carrie moved to Los Angeles after checking off the list of the things she wanted to accomplish in New York.  When you are a working actor you have paychecks coming in from many different jobs and it forces you to have a more intimate relationship with your finances. You have to track your payments and keep your W-2’s and 1099’s organized. Sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down so you have to learn to live in the middle. When Carrie found herself in an up period she realized the worst thing she could do was just live off it and watch it go away. There had to be a way to make that money work for her to give her some semblance of control. She finally followed a friend into the Wealthy Investor Program with Tyrone Jackson. When she first began, Carrie was terrified. But by the end of her first Wealthy Investor class, Carrie felt she understood the basic concepts. This gave her the feeling that she could eventually figure this out.  After Carrie’s first trade, she did not have that “good” feeling. She realized that this meant she needed to check in with her negative feelings about money flowing towards her. In a way, she says that her entire first year has been about the internal journey.  Now, Carrie loves covered calls because they reduce risk. You can guarantee you will have a return on your money every month. The hardest thing for Carrie to wrap her head around was that she could really take the money she was making trading! What has been amazing for her, is actually understanding the concepts well enough to decide for herself whether to trade an In the Money or an Out of the Money covered call. Although, she feels Out of the Money calls are sexier than the safe “grandma” In the Money calls.  Carrie doesn’t consider herself a business person. It makes sense for her to trade companies that she understands, such as Disney (DIS) and Visa (V). Plus, having the community there for her to discuss the concepts as she is learning them is extremely helpful. She also thinks it is important to see what’s possible. Seeing where other people started and where they are now opens up her own realm of possibilities. Now, almost a year after her first class, Carrie achieved her goal of paying her rent with money from the stock market.  During Carrie’s first class she was very tense and nervous. But then she said to herself, “Yes or no? This is either something you want to learn or it’s not something you want to learn. And if it’s something you want to learn - Learn it NOW.”  Carrie realized early on, “This program is not about ‘I’m going to be a millionaire next week.’ This is about how to have continuous, sustainable, predictable wealth every month, out of every year, for the rest of my life and it’s starts where I’m at right now and grows from here.  And if I just keep pushing that line back next year, or next year, or next year, then it just means that I’m getting that started next year, or next year, or next year.’ Her advice to you is “Just take the next step. Don’t worry about everything and the whole big picture, just take the next step. Take it day by day. Just do what you can right now. You don’t think it’s going to make a different but it is going to make such a difference. You can’t even conceive of the ways that this is going to open up your mind, your heart, your spirit, your understanding, when you are on the fear side of it. The moment you take that first step, all those doors are going to start to open and it’s such a beautiful thing. Please, please, please do this for yourself.”   So take that step now and download Tyrone Jackson’s free E-Book Trading Stocks for Wealth at      
Ka Pang is probably one of Tyrone Jackson’s most curious students. He is a successful graphic designer turned stock market trader. Born in Hong Kong, Ka came to the United States when he was ten years old. His parents were in the restaurant business and didn’t know much about the stock market. Ka enjoyed working and started to save money. Eventually he graduated to the thought: what do you with that money, other than spend it? When it came to the stock market, Ka lacked a good system; everything was trial and error at first. When he joined The Wealthy Investor Program he learned a disciplined system, which he says simplified and slowed down the game for him. That discipline consists of how you allocate your portfolio, how many options to purchase, knowing to always going back to the covered call, and having x number of strategies to employ when the stock market changes. Even just learning to always choose a stock that is in an upward trend, has 4 quarters of top line revenue growth, and pays a dividend changed the game for Ka. When Ka entered Tyrone’s Wealthy Investor Program there was a period of just trying to understand everything, almost like learning a new language. He took it one step at a time. Once he understood all the trades and tools in his arsenal, the ah-ha moment was realizing that there is a time and place for each strategy. Once you learn it you want to run out and do it, but the key is learning timing and how to react to the market. Ka has made it all the way through to Tyrone’s Mentor Program, the most advanced level. A lot of people who like to trade options choose to trade shorter-dated options. However, Tyrone teaches his students to trade the longer-dated options, called the Long-term Equity Anticipation Securities, or LEAPS. Ka likes the leverage of these trades, that they are cheaper to get into, and that you can make a lot of money for a small movement in the stock price. You also never know what the market is going to do, so by having a longer-dated trade you have more options as to what you can do in response to the market. Ka’s number one rule is to not lose the money he already has, which makes him a more conservative trader. He will never abandon covered calls because he equates them to owning rental property - it’s like renting out the stock you already own for guaranteed income. Its easy money that he can then use as leverage to purchase LEAPS, which is his favorite trade in a bull market. As long as Ka is bringing in the money to cover his expenses, he can basically consider himself ready to retire. He can picture making up to $15,000 per month just from trading within the next three years. Ka’s advice to beginners is that there’s a certain level of risk, but if you don’t start somewhere, get a mentor, and get the education that you need to at least get exposed to it; you’re never going to go anywhere. People are always complaining about their life but they don’t want change, which is counterintuitive. It’s all in the art of the start. So master that art and get started right now at! If you are ready to follow monthly trades and get in the game, check out  
In the 30's, 40's and 50's, there was no internet. The majority of people didn't even own televisions. This meant that only the very wealthy had access to the stock market and to people who could get them in and out of stocks. Because of the limited information, even those who had access mostly stayed with the names and companies with which they were familiar. The main exceptions were people who actually worked on Wall Street. In the 1990's the technological revolution began. Internet connection became dominant and leveled the playing field of the stock market. Now everyone has access to Wall Street. Tyrone's favorite website for researching the stock market is He uses this research tool to look at a company's profile, 5 year chart, top-line revenue, major shareholders and more, all before logging into his brokerage account to actually execute his trades. Yahoo is great for research but it does not give you strategies, trades, and ideas for actually making money in the market. It also does not explain the language and vocabulary of the stock market, which can make beginners feel intimidated. Tyrone breaks down stock market terms so that you can speak the money language with fluidity: Bull Market: refers to the rising of most stocks, the general forward movement of the stock market Bear Market: refers to the general decline of the stock market Index: a listing of certain stocks, generally used a measurement of the value of a section of the stock market to determine the overall market's current strength Examples: Dow Jones Industrial Average – The top 30 stocks in the US stock market Standard and Poor’s 500 (S&P 500)- The top 500 stocks in the US stock market Divergence: happens when the DOW Jones is up but the S&P 500 is down, or vice versa Allocation: the way an investor divides his/her money into different portfolios and stocks for different purposes Building a Position: Purchasing shares of a Dow or growth stock and buying more shares when the stock price increases in small increments Float: The amount of shares in the public domain to be traded on a daily basis Dividend: As a shareholder, your share of a company's profits distributed generally on a quarterly basis   To continue your financial education, visit!
Tyrone Jackson has been teaching for almost 10 years and trading for over 20 years, and he always starts by teaching his students on and offline to write covered calls. This is a great place to start because it produces guaranteed residual income. We want to own stocks that pay dividends and that allow us to sell call options.  There are always going to be people who like high risk stocks. They think if they buy these risky stocks for very cheap right before the stock sky rockets they will make quick money. The problem is this pattern rarely happens. You are better off going with the more established names with consistent top line revenue.  Here are a few examples of high risk stocks that traders have been tempted to invest in for the past few years:   Tesla A lot of people got excited about Tesla automobiles and recognized their opportunity to have a significant impact on the auto buying market. Had you bought the stock five years ago with a $1,000 investment, today your shares would be worth $8,600. Its not that the company is so great, it’s just that investors got very excited about what Tesla was doing. However this is a high risk stock because the company does not have a long track record, it does not pay a dividend, and it doesn’t have a history of top line revenue. The revenue hasn’t been there long enough for us to follow it as a disciplined investor.   Go Pro You’ve seen the Go Pro cameras; they are very cool products to own and they capture beautiful video. However, we in the Wealthy Investor program, never purchase stocks from companies that only have one product. Yes they have different version of the same product, but Go Pro could easily be dominated by a bigger player. A company like Apple could come out with their version of this camera tomorrow and knock Go Pro out of the game, because Apple has a very loyal fan base. If you’ve noticed over the past few years the Go Pro shares has gone from a high of $90 per share down to $25 per share.    Pandora The problem with Pandora stock is, if Apple decided to launch a music service that rivaled them, Apple would take the market share. Pandora has gone from a high of $37 per share down to $13 per share. If you are just starting out, you want to start by investing in lower risk companies. If you grow your account over time on the strength of these low risk companies, in the future you may be able to afford a little more risk. For now, your next step is to visit and download the free ebook Trading Stocks for Wealth. This ebook will introduce you to low risk strategies. There is no reason for you to take on more risk than necessary. Click HERE now. 
The first strategy the Wealthy Investor program teaches for creating wealth and residual income is covered call writing, which means buying a stock and selling an option to someone else. There are three different types of covered calls you can employ depending on market conditions: out of the money calls, at the money calls, and in the money calls. Tyrone Jackson explains all three in detail at Most billionaires are associated with stocks and play the stock market game. However many investors get started in real estate. Most people identify with the concepts of renting out property or flipping a house. Real Estate is tangible, but when you buy and sell a stock you don’t have to fix toilets or evict tenants. Tyrone Jackson’s student Christopher Haro got started in real estate but has since fallen in love with the stock market. Christopher Haro was born and raised in Los Angeles. His father worked at Boeing for over 48 years. He, himself, wanted to start working young to earn extra cash for playing video games down at the arcade. So he washed dishes and did whatever he could at his Uncle’s restaurant and he started his own little business mowing the lawns in his neighborhood. Now, Mr. Haro is an accountant, a CPA, by trade. He had tried the stock market before the era by purchasing some options of AOL. It was a couple months before the market imploded and he lost all his money. He swore he would never invest in the stock market again. At the time he also owned real estate. He owned a rental property and his own house. His goal was to have 20 rental properties. It is expensive to buy real estate in Los Angeles so Chris started doing his research on out of state properties. He bought property in places like Idaho and North Carolina. He figured that having five $100,000 properties would be less risky than one $500,000 property in LA where he would be at a huge loss if that one tenant didn’t pay on time. Chris doesn't remember who turned him on to Covered Call Writing, but it was hard to believe that the money was that easy. He had started making the trades on his own but didn't have the discipline and the patience for it. As an accountant, he would simply see a loss when the stock went down instead of looking at the net positive. Now with his education from the Wealthy Investor he can see the opportunities in his trades no matter what the market does. The best trade he made in his first year of trading was with Nike. He had bought 400 shares and kept selling covered calls. Wash, rinse, repeat. When the shares were finally bought away from him he had made $2,000 just making the same trade over and over again. Chris says that you don’t have to be good at math, it’s just coming in and doing it and learning the system and being consistent. The hardest part is the emotion and dealing with it when the market drops. Coming to class, he learns what to do when the market changes and how to benefit from it. This shifted his thought process. You too can shift your thought process about building wealth. Visit to change your financial world today. As Tyrone Jackson says, “You don’t know how much money is out there with your name on it.”
Matt Anthony owns and runs a recording studio but still finds time to trade stocks and create extra residual income. A few years ago a colleague of Matt’s mentioned Tyrone Jackson’s program and invited him to join. At first, the whole idea of managing his own money and trading in the stock market was very scary.  There is a fear that you could lose it all.  The way that Tyrone teaches trading encouraged Matt to take the leap.  Now, Matt has learned to have patience, not be greedy, and make money no matter what the market does. He marvels at the fact that he can make $2,500 a day before 9:30 in the morning.  Matt tells Tyrone about his favorite stocks to trade: Apple, Disney, and Starbucks. Tyrone agrees that Apple is everyone’s favorite stock because of its five-year chart. See below: If you want to learn to read these charts, trade stocks and manage your own money just like Matt Anthony, join  Click here for more information. Find your own financial freedom!   
Everyone’s journey towards financial success is different, which only proves that anyone can do it. Denna Dean tells Tyrone Jackson her story and what her favorite trades are now.  Denna Dean was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles to a working class family with no financial education. She became obsessed with saving, made her way to college, and found Primerica at a job fair. She signed up with them and learned a lot about sales and financial principals. Most importantly she learned to pay herself first, which is really, as she says, the first act of self-love.  When Denna Dean became more curious about the stock market she started an investment club called “Lez Invest.” The group asked and explored questions like “what is saving?” and “what is investing?” to encourage themselves through self-education. By 2012 the group started to seek outside sources for education.  Denna Dean would occasionally search for financial classes on Living Social and stumbled across Tyrone Jackson’s Wealthy Investor program. She showed up for her introductory day and was excited by Tyrone’s idea of using the stock market for income. When she signed up for Wealth Investor she finally learned about covered call writing. She was so agitated with excitement from this lesson that she couldn’t sleep.  Now Denna Dean sleeps very well at night because her money is working for her. Her favorite stock to do most trades with is Apple, although she also loves Home Depot for covered calls and volatility trading, among others like Starbucks and Disney. Denna Dean’s advice for those afraid to start trading is to just get started. She says, “I did it, you can do it, it’s your time now.” It’s your time, so go to to start YOUR journey toward financial success. Click here for more info.  Also, take a look at Denna Dean’s site:  
Tyrone Jackson often says that wealth is a series of wealthy habits. One of those habits should be collecting dividends. In this episode, Tyrone tells you why.  When searching for wealth building tools, most people find Mutual Funds, in which financial advisors will pick and trade stocks for you in large sums with other people’s money. Tyrone teaches people to personally pick stocks for themselves because you can make a lot more money this way.   Tyrone’s approach to the stock market is to buy and trade very low risk stocks. He almost exclusively deals with stocks that are members of the DOW Jones Industrial average and the S&P 500. He finds that his students make thousands of dollars by being a little more conservative with what stocks that choose, and collecting dividends.  What is a dividend? A dividend is your share of a company’s profits after they have paid all their expenses on a quarterly basis. In other words, buy owning a company’s stock, you own a small piece of their business, and thus you receive a small piece of their profit.  Tyrone explains how this works through three case studies.  1) Microsoft (MSFT) Microsoft’s dividend is $1.24 per share annually. However the shareholders receive that as $0.31 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $31 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $310, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $3,100, and so on.  2) Coca Cola (KO) Coca Cola’s dividend is $0.30 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $30 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $300, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $3,000, and so on.  3) AT&T (T)  AT&T’s dividend is $0.47 every quarter. If you owned 100 shares, you would receive a check for $47 every quarter. If you owned 1,000 shares you would receive $470, if you owned 10,000 shares you would receive $4,700, and so on. That’s $18,800 per year for doing nothing but owning shares of a stock!  When you choose stocks directly, dividends should be a part of your investing plan because stocks are assets. Your children can be beneficiaries to your wealth accounts and literally inherit your stocks that will pay them dividends. They can inherit your residual income. Tyrone believes that wealth is a feeling first. When you receive checks in the mail on a quarterly basis, it feels good! That feeling is something you can build on.  Start feeling good now. Learn more about how at
In order to find financial freedom we must change our money beliefs and get a financial education. Tyrone Jackson continues to demystify the stock market for us and uses Starbucks (SBUX) and Nike (NKE) to explain how we could have been making money for the past five years. If you refer to this chart for the Starbucks (SBUX) stock, you can see how if you had bought $1,000 worth of Starbucks shares five years ago, it would now be worth $2,900.     Similarly, if you had bought $1,000 of Nike (NKE), it would now be worth $2,400.   These case studies show us how the rich get richer. Imagine if that $1,000 was actually $100,000. That money would now be worth $290,000. The rich invest money directly into the stock market, not through mutual funds.   Once we make these investments and start to make money, we can use our earnings to supplement our lifestyle. That’s the great thing about the stock market; as we are asset building, it gives us cash.   Want more examples? Want to learn to not only invest, but trade stocks in the stock market? Visit  
Carol Werth shares her story with Tyrone Jackson, detailing how she went from being a school teacher to a successful part time trader and investor.  To learn these basics and more, check out what Tyrone Jackson has to offer at     
Marian Hunter, a student of Tyrone's based in New York City, was once an editor and is now a successful stock market trader.  Trading and investing is a skill. Every investor needs a financial education. The Wealthy Investor Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is an easy way to learn hot the stock market functions. Become a better stock market trader and investor. Learn the Wealthy Investor approach to covered call writing and investing in the stock market for the short and long term. Visit the to learn more. 
In this episode of Trading Stocks Made Easy, Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, interviews Dr. Schubert Perott on how he uses the Wealthy Investor approach to trade in today's online market. 
In episode 59 of Trading Stocks Made Easy, Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, reboots his stock market traders' round table, and this time, includes members of the New York City Wealthy Investor Program. You'll be informed and inspired by their individual journeys to financial success. The Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast is your first step toward getting the financial education you need to change your life.  After only one year in the Wealthy Investor program, WI student Eugene Thomas,  is having incredible results as both a stock market trader and investor.  In episode # 75, Eugene sits down with Tyrone Jackson to share his secrets to success. Rather than focus on complex trading charts and patterns, the Wealthy Investor approach to stock market trading asks both traders and investors to keep it simple as it relates to generating monthly income and building wealth. After you listen to episode # 75 of TSME, you'll gain more insight into how you can change your life by getting a financial education.  In episode #76, Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor, sits down with two of his most successful students, who discuss how they earn over $10,000 dollars a month trading stocks.  Wealthy Investor students, Eugene Thomas and Andre Blake share their honest breakthroughs and triumphs and how getting a financial education has changed their lives. In the Wealthy Investor program, Tyrone Jackson is best known for passing on the idea that wealth is a series of positive habits.  In episode #82 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Tyrone Jackson shares his tips and tricks that will for sure help you start creating positive financial habits. Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, has built his reputation teaching his students how to trade and invest in the stock market.  In episode #81 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Tyrone reveals his secrets to mastering volatility trading for fast, sexy stock market profits. You can follow Tyrone Jackson's weekly stock market trades at  Investors have many Preferences.  Many choose real estate, others choose the stock market.  In episode 90 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jacksons, The Wealthy Investor, sits down with Daray Olaleye, to discuss the power of being a self-made real estate entrepreneur.  With wealth and financial freedom comes responsibility.  In episode #91 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, reminds you of the responsibilities that go along with being a successful stock trader. All successful traders know that to achieve wealth, you must first move past inner obstacles.  In episode #93 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, gives you five tips that you need to know if you're trading in the stock market with 100K or more. Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success.  Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.
html://  In episode #103 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, interviews psychotherapist, Janell Cox, on the mental and emotional decisions that govern financial choices. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: html:// Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  html://  In episode #108 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, sits down with his student, Lindsey Alena, after her first 18 months of trading, to discuss trading habits and goals. Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  In episode #118 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, discusses emulating the trading styles of the big institutions during bull, bear, or neutral markets.  Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.  In episode #119 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast, Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor, interviews Andre Blake, who has just celebrated over 10 years trading in the stock market using the Wealthy Investor approach.  Follow Tyrone's weekly trades at: Experienced traders know that discipline is the key to success. Inexperienced traders lose significant amount of trading capital when greed trumps discipline. Take Tyrone Jackson's advice and you, too, can be six figure trader.
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