Sunday Edition

  • 04 Sep
    Sunday Edition: Recognizing Fundamental Strength

    Sunday Edition: Recognizing Fundamental Strength

    I can’t believe Thomas is sharing this with you. 

    Last week I emailed him and asked for content for this weeks Sunday Edition. Typically he pulls something from a past issue of Rebel Income (annual subscription $1,164) but this week he has written an entirely new piece where he shares with you the exact fundamental metrics he uses to identify deeply undervalued companies.

    The kind that have helped him turn every $10,000 invested into over $18,075 in just over two years. More →

  • 28 Aug
    Sunday Edition: The Misunderstood Role of Stock Dividends

    Sunday Edition: The Misunderstood Role of Stock Dividends

    In Today’s reprint of Thomas’ Rebel Income newsletter ($1,164 annual subscription), he discusses the often overlooked but incredibly important role dividends play in your overall returns.  

    As you’ll see, over the last 25 years, $1 invested in 1990 has grown to almost $10 today including dividends. Whereas that same $1 without dividends has only grown to $6. That’s a 40% difference in overall wealth creation.

    In the Rebel Income picks, Thomas always looks to sell put options on fundamentally solid companies that pay strong dividends, since dividends are the single best indicator of true company strength. More →

  • 21 Aug
    Sunday Edition: Stop Losses and Value-Oriented Income Generation

    Sunday Edition: Stop Losses and Value-Oriented Income Generation

    Today’s Sunday Edition discusses the biggest reason why your investments might be underperforming, and why the Rebel Income system isn’t subject to this one fatal flaw, which might explain the nearly 30% annual returns over the last two years.

    In a study conducted by Dalbar Inc.—the nation’s leading financial services market research firm—through 2014, the 20-year annualized S&P return was 9.85% while the 20-year annualized return for the average equity mutual fund investor was only 5.19%, a gap of 4.66%. More →

  • 14 Aug
    Sunday Edition: Why Stock Assignments AREN’T a Bad Thing

    Sunday Edition: Why Stock Assignments AREN’T a Bad Thing

    If an investors is looking for a quick entry into a highly liquid stock he may choose to use a market order rather than a limit order.  

    However, if he wants to guarantee the price he pays for his shares he will always place a limit order, which will typically be at or below the current quote, unless he is a breakout trader, then his buy limit order may actually be above the current stock price.

    Another stock entry technique—which is arguably better than a limit or a market order, especially when trying to buy at or below the current market quote—is to first sell a put option on the stock you wish to acquire and hope for assignment. More →

  • 07 Aug
    Sunday Edition: Setting Reasonable Investing Expectations

    Sunday Edition: Setting Reasonable Investing Expectations

    The story of the tortoise and the hare teaches us that the prize doesn’t always go to the swift, who are sometimes easily distracted, but often ends up in the hands of the one who perseveres regardless of speed.

    This apologue is even more true when applied to investing. Many investors are too easily lured by “get rich quick” investing schemes and strategies, rather than safe and consistent compounding month after month, using what some might consider a boring strategy. More →

  • 31 Jul
    Sunday Edition: Put Selling as a Conservative Investing Strategy

    Sunday Edition: Put Selling as a Conservative Investing Strategy

    We recently decided to add a Sunday Edition of Investiv Daily to mix it up a bit. We hope you are enjoying the daily content provided by Sven Carlin, one of the sharpest analysts and investors we know.

    In the Sunday Edition we plan to publish content which is more educational in nature and can help you become a much better investor. More →

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