Thank you inthemoney stocks (I want to be a billionaire so freaking bad)...
With this post, I'd like to take a minute and thank the team over at inthemoneystocks for doing such great work with their posts lately.
Not only did they increse the number of their daily posts (16-17 a day, I'd say), but they also are working very hard to teach all of us (Fools and fools alike) the secrets of successful trading. Incredibly generous (I wish Buffett would do something like that too).
Take a look at what inthemoneystocks reveals to us in their post Cisco Systems Shows Us Why Technical Levels Rock! from this afternoon:
"Note the chart below. The bottom line is this, while stocks may go higher or lower, always follow the technical levels. It will let you know exactly where that stock is headed, where to buy and where to sell. For more information, guidance, analysis and swing trades, join the Research Center."
Sounds great, doesn't it? And easy.
But here is what amazes me the most:
If these guys know exactly when to buy and when to sell (it sounds like they cracked the system), they must be some of the richest people on this planet.
Now, why people so rich would waste their time running a website and writing these kind of posts offering a $14.99 subscription to their Research Center is beyond me?
I do understand love for investing, but is that really a motive strong enough to keep them away from enjoying cold cocktails and doing nothing on one of their islands (I assume they have several all over the world)?
I don't get it. I don't think I would be that nice if I were a freaking billionaire. But that's just me.
Either way...Regardless of what inthemoney team's noble reason is, I'd like to take a minute and thank them from the bottom of my heart for being so devoted to helping us (Fools and fools alike) learn the secrets of the trade, so that some day, we can be just as rich as they are. Thanks a billion inthemoneystocks! I can't wait to join the Research Center later this afternoon.
I don't know about you Fools, but I already told my boss to kiss my ass.
And hurry, I'd add. As with all great offers, I don't think this $14.99/month offer is gonna last forever... :)