EARN BIG ON THE STOCK MARKET

Every day the news brings changes to the price of giant corporation’s shares. Use it to make profit!

What is stock trading?

Stock traders buy and sell stocks to capitalize on daily price fluctuations. These short-term traders are betting that they can make a few bucks in the next minute, hour, day or month, rather than buying stock in a blue-chip company to hold for years or even decades.



There are two main types of stock trading:

Active trading:

This is an investor who places 10 or more trades per month does. Typically, they use a strategy that relies heavily on timing the market, trying to take advantage of short-term events (at the company level or based on market fluctuations) to turn a profit in the coming weeks or months.

Day trading:

is the strategy employed by investors who play hot potato with stocks — buying, selling and closing their positions of the same stock in a single trading day, caring little about the inner workings of the underlying businesses. (Position refers to the amount of a particular stock or fund you own.) The aim of the day trader is to make a few bucks in the next few minutes, hours or days based on daily price fluctuations.

STOCK INVESTMENT

CORE

20%

FIXED WEEKLY INTEREST FOR 1 MONTHS

  • Minimum deposit: $1,000.00
  • Maximum deposit: $30,000.00
  • Return on Investment: 160%
  • No tax deductions
  • Personalized portfolio
  • Deposit Principal: Returned

BOND

25%

FIXED WEEKLY INTEREST FOR 2 MONTHS

  • Minimum deposit: $30,000.00
  • Maximum deposit: $60,000.00
  • Return on Investment: 300%
  • No tax deductions
  • Financial planning session
  • Deposit Principal: Returned

SHARES

30%

FIXED WEEKLY INTEREST FOR 3 MONTHS

  • Minimum deposit: $60,000.00
  • Maximum deposit: $200,000.00
  • Return on Investment: 600%
  • Personal investment report
  • Asset allocation
  • High volatility

    High volatility is always a great chance to boost your profit.

  • A way to diversify your portfolio

    The stock market differs in factors affecting its direction. It means you will earn even when others fail

  • Respect

    Stocks are related to Wall Street, big companies and big money. Everyone wants it!