Instructions For How to Best Use the Buy/Sell Opinions I Offer on All Assets Here
By J. Kim of skwealthacademy substack
The Best Way to Use My Buy and Sell Opinions Here
Though I’ve stated this a few times in the past couple of years, I am going to put this guidance in an article that is easy to reference, so all new members should bookmark this article for easy reference if in the future I point any new substack members to this article. Last year, I returned very significant yields to all substack subscribers here and even greater yields to my patrons (+69.5% annual yield) that followed all my guidance on every asset pick at my specific suggested buy and sell prices.
There will always be people that complain about losing money even when following my exact guidance produces profits and significant profits (see my comments about haters here). And I’m not speaking of people that literally just ask for honest guidance because they came on board late and are sitting on losses instead of profits. To those, that is why I wrote this article. I’m speaking of the haters that complain after a year I produce gains when the stock market produces 50% losses and they end up with 50% losses because they ignored 100% of my guidance (believe it or not, this happened in 2008, when some fool wrote and demanded money back for my services in a year in which my services produced profits in 2008 while US and UK markets crashed. He stated that he lost 50% and he blamed me for his losses because I never told him not to follow the advice of his London advisors that cost him 50% losses. Yes, zero-accountability people like this exist that never want to take any personal accountability for their actions, and there are not just a few like this, but unfortunately there are many like this). And last year, although these people never wrote back and blamed me for their losses on patreon, I had about five patrons that left my patreon platform and wrote as their reason for leaving, their four to six week stay on patreon out of 52-weeks, when they lost about 8%, versus the 69.5% profits they would have reaped had they stayed for all 52-weeks last year and followed my exact guidance on all 30+ picks).
My Yields Are Based Upon My Specific Buy and Sell Prices
One, I can only provide entry prices when, using the metrics I analyze, I feel as though downside risk is low but upside blue sky is enormous. And two, I always for the most part, with the exception of maybe two stocks here, implement my preservation of original capital exit strategies to ensure that it is impossible for me to cause anyone that follows my guidance to lose 40% or even 20% in any year, let alone in two consecutive years as some famed money managers like ARKK investment managers did in 2021 and 2022. Some people join and buy assets in my open substack portfolio at prices 10% higher than my suggested price because they were not members when I issued my original buy prices. Doing so adds 10% risk that I do not advocate in such a position.
I have nothing to do with this strategy, as I have stated in the past that any new member, on either my substack or patreon platform should review all my articles/posts in which I discuss buy and sell opinions to understand how my investment strategies preserve capital and provide strong returns. Thus if there are those that chase prices higher than my suggested prices, that is on the individual investor as it means he/she is buying at prices that can be significantly higher than my suggested buy prices. The best strategy, in my opinion, is to wait until I have divested of a position that is open and then buy it in the next round when I suggest a new buy price for it (with the exception of the physical hard assets because gold is likely never returning to the original price at which I suggested buying it here). But even with this strategy, one must necessarily combine it with the below strategy to give it the best possible chance to produce significant positive yields.
One Year Minimum Investment Time Frame
Number two, as makes logical sense I would hope to most, I manage my buy and sell prices within the context of the entire current year, not for the particular round. Thus, for anyone to replicate the real returns I yield every year, he or she would be best served by becoming members at the start of every year and not just dart in and out of membership on my platforms for a month here or three months here and there in the middle of the year. And this is why it is so important for those to have a least a one year timeline if coming on board on any of my platform specifically for my opinions on stocks and other assets.