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Dear Friend:

You can make money in the stock market almost immediately if you understand a term professional traders use called "maximum drawdown".

The biggest reason investors can't beat the market is because they don't understand drawdowns. It's sad but true.

Finding good stocks isn't hard. Avoiding bad stocks is much harder. Two reasons why the average investor can't beat the market, again and again.

You see, drawdowns really cripple a portfolio's returns. Panicked selling during bankruptcies and bear markets prevent real wealth.

The proof is in the numbers. Look at the following chart. It shows you how much money you need to make after experiencing a loss, or drawdown.

If You Lose: Gain Required to Break Even:
5% 5%
10% 11%
20% 25%
25% 33%
35% 54%
45% 82%
50% 100%
75% 300%
90% 900%

 

The best traders and investors know how crucial it is to minimize drawdowns. Even the oracle Warren Buffett said, "Rule number one is to never lose money. Rule number two is to never forget rule number one."

That's why I've dedicated my research towards understanding bankruptcies in the stock market and how they can be avoided.

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My name is Andrew Sather, and I’m the founding publisher of The Sather Research eLetter and the popular Investing for Beginners Podcast.

Back in 2012, I stumbled upon  the stock market. I sought to use my Electrical Engineering expertise with numbers. I knew the market’s manic emotional swings, and determined to profit rather than succumb to it.

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It’s Friday afternoon. Energy is high at work. The weekend is near. Just as the pleasantness from lunch has set in, your mind drifts away. 

Slowly but surely the items of your to-do list start to creep up.

That positive energy is replaced by regret and dread. Lunch suddenly makes your stomach grumble and brings more heaping piles of regret.

You look back on the week. You had meant to fold your laundry. Now it sits in a wrinkled pile. You hurriedly skipped one, two, or three workouts. 

You wanted to clean the kitchen last night, but that important phone call took the place of that.

Maybe you forgot to wash your car. You didn’t floss enough. You didn’t have a chance to look over the budget, your toe nails need clipping, and your haircut is long overdue.

Regret upon regret upon regret. Seriously, how do normal people do it all?

Newsflash: they don’t.

This binding shackle of the everyday “things that need to get done” list ties all of humanity together. It’s clear, we simply don’t have enough time to do it all.

Consider that you spend 8 hours at work and if you’re lucky, 8 hours asleep. After adjusting for the commute, for eating and preparing meals, and getting ready… you have maybe 4 now.

In those 4 hours you’ll hopefully be able to get your chores done, go to the gym, pursue hobbies, budget or work a second job, watch after kids, and unwind with some down time.

Don’t forget to love on your spouse and catch up with friends. Do it all, all in that limited time, and do it again.

Day after day after day.

So how can we cut down on this dreaded feeling of never having time?

Well cutting down on sleep isn’t a sustainable measure. Nipping life passions in the bud for the sake of more time doesn’t sound very fulfilling.

All that’s left is the 9 to 5. Here’s an idea. What if you could one day break free of the time restraints of an 9-5 career?

I’m not saying you could do this overnight, but hear me out…

At the end of the day, the wealthy stay rich because they don’t have to work. They accumulate assets, and these assets provide income. Instead of needing a job for income, the assets do this for them.

The place where the wealthy buy their assets is the stock market. And what’s great about the stock market is that anyone can participate. 

That means everyone can buy assets that will produce income. Sure, you didn’t get a silver spoon head start in life. Sure, it will take time to grow an income.

But-- slowly and surely-- you can build an income stream that gets bigger and bigger in size…

Until one day it’s even bigger than the income at your job. At which point you could quit and free up 40 hours of your week, every single week.

That’s freedom.

Freedom to take afternoon naps whenever you feel like it. Freedom to work out 6 days a week with no rush. Freedom to learn how to paint, how to dance, how to speak in a foreign language, or how to play the guitar.

Don’t forget perhaps the greatest freedom of all. Freedom to give your undivided attention to the meaningful people in your life, without stressing about the nagging to-do list.

Replace that Friday dread with some hope. Align your life’s journey onto the tracks of financial freedom. You’ll be happy you did.

The problem is that many people don’t know about the path to financial freedom. Those that do hear about it just stop there. The path is long, windy, and uncertain. Instead of looking for a roadmap people throw up their hands and go back on their comfortable path.

Today let me show you how to reclaim your time. With a path to freedom.

With the right roadmap, and 10 minutes a month, you’ll be light years ahead of the office drones who both yearn for and despise the weekend at the same time.

I’ll also reveal a simple force of nature that can double your returns, and exactly how to structure your portfolio to take advantage. That’s a little later.

To start, you need a plan. Let me tell you about this method called dollar cost averaging…

How the Stock Market Can Help the Average Worker

Remember this simple phrase. Buy low, sell high. It should be the unifying force behind your investment plan.

What if I told you there was a way to automatically buy low and sell high? 

Doesn’t matter if it’s a bear or bull market. It doesn’t even matter if you buy the wrong stocks once in a while. You can trend on the right side of buy low, sell high with this simple secret. 

I’ll give it away for free. It’s called dollar cost averaging.

Applying dollar cost averaging is easy. Simply pick a dollar amount that you’d be comfortable to invest. Considering the cheapest brokers charge $4.95 per trade, it should be at minimum $150. Any less and the fees really eat up returns.

Now simply commit. Invest $150 a month every single month. Stocks could be at all-time highs. Or there could be blood on Wall Street. 

But buy stocks in this way, and you’ll always buy low and sell high.

Let me explain. Say you buy a $15 stock. With $150 a month, that’s 10 shares. Say the stock goes to $50 in the next month. You buy $150 worth of stock again, and this time you get 3 shares. Next month the stock crashes to $10. You buy again. $150 gets you 15 shares.

Notice how the number of shares changes even though each month is the same $150. You pick up more shares when the stock is down and less shares when it’s up. 

You see, the steady consistency automatically buys more when the market is down and buys less when the market is up. That’s classic buy low, sell high.

Most investors do the opposite. They’ll put as much money as they can into a raging bull market. And they’ll tighten up or avoid the market when it’s down—afraid to lose more.

Buying with dollar cost averaging instead is powerful. It bends the emotional market to your will. And it pads your profits. It’s okay to buy in down markets because it historically recovers-- if you hold.

You’ve read this far. You’ve already proven to be patient. Applying this to the markets should be no problem.

Don’t take this information lightly. It has immense profit potential. The consistency creates a habit of saving and investing. Habits are the keys that unlock success.

Remember the parable of the tortoise and the hare. Those who mindlessly and blindly dive head first lose a lot of money. Many give up. 

But the tortoise plods along one step at a time. He has a slow but steady pace-- no matter what happens. His foundation is strong, and his path not easily swayed or deterred.

As you invest, emulate the tortoise. Concentrate not on the madness around you, but on the steady steps you take. Whether that’s $150 a month, $500 a month, or $1,000+.

Pick a repeatable amount and buy, buy, buy. 

Buy when the market is down. Buy when the market is up. Dollar cost average with every single stock pick. This prevailing secret is the first step of your path to financial freedom.

Stock Market Attack Point #1: Dollar Cost Averaging

For the next secret let me quote Warren Buffett again: "Whether socks or stocks, I like buying quality merchandise when it is marked down."

Remember the central theme of this letter. Buy low, sell high. 

With the automatic dollar cost averaging system in place, it’s time to get more specific. You can find a way to pick the best bargain stocks again and again.

The secret to doing that, my friend, is called value investing.

If we asked Buffett what he meant by cheap stocks, he’ll likely refer you to Benjamin Graham. Graham was his mentor and teacher, after all.

But Buffett isn’t the only famed legend to use value investing.

There’s a club of investors who’ve applied Graham’s teachings to make fortunes. Think billionaire and multi-millionaire fund managers who have outperformed for decades. The funny thing is, they aren’t shy about their methods or mentors either.

It’s just that most of the public is too ignorant to notice. 

It’s easy to write off success as luck or natural skill. It’s easy to self-focus with little regard to the outside world. 

Like sticking your head in the sand when there’s an oasis 10 feet away. So many just seek gains without stopping to learn from others first.

But you’re not like that. You’re smarter than that. How do I know? Because you are still reading this letter. That hunger you feel, that flickering flame so freshly ignited and ready to explode… THAT is YOUR secret to success.

That curiosity, that belief you can forever alter your life immensely… that’s what separates you from the rest. 

And let me tell you, friend. If you want to have any chance at beating the market-- you must separate yourself from the rest.

A value investor is by definition a contrarian. What that means is someone who goes against the grain. Someone who blazes their own path. One who takes the road less traveled.

How do we know this?

Because buying low means buying when everyone is selling. Selling high means selling when everyone is buying. An overbought stock is an expensive one, and one that we are avoiding as value investors. 

Remember Buffett’s quote. We buy cheap stocks. That means stocks that are frequently oversold.

Think about the local jeweler of your town.

The jeweler is a value investor. Want to know why? 

Look at his diamonds. The cost to mine a diamond might be the same as an emerald. But thanks to the Marriage Industrial Complex, market prices of diamonds are at all-time highs. 

What does the jeweler do? Sell, sell, sell.

The jeweler can look at a ring and evaluate the rock based on its inherent value. This skill gives him an edge over the average consumer. And so, he is in business.

Stocks trade on the market and change in price just like jewels. With the stock market it’s more obvious, but the same forces are in play. 

A share of a stock is simply a claim to part ownership of a business. Sometimes that business’s inherent value is different than its current price. The crowd bids up trends, even more so than the Marriage Industrial Complex. A trap that can ensnare the ignorant.

While buy low, sell high is so crucial, there’s one last element that ties it all together. Combining all 3 of these elements can bring limitless returns.

Like a special chemical compound, the elements combined are far more powerful than alone. However, most people aren’t looking for this next element. Many don’t even know it exists.

Stock Market Attack Point #2: A Special Investing Type

Passive compounding. It’s perhaps the most appealing part of the stock market.

An initial investment earns money. That money combined with the initial investment earns more money. This process repeats again and again. The growth increasingly accelerates. This is called compound interest.

What separates stocks from other investments is a dividend. Even better, one that often increases over time. This key nuance is lost and overlooked by so many investors.

A dividend growing stock offers two simultaneous opportunities for compounding. In effect, the money can undergo double compounding.

Actually, this is how Warren Buffett made much of his wealth, with stout dividend companies such as Coca Cola and Procter and Gamble. Both saw compounding in share price AND dividend payments.

He doesn’t talk about it much, but that’s what he does. Though his company Berkshire doesn’t pay a dividend, nearly all his stock holdings are dividend stocks.

This ignorance of the public is a massive opportunity for the investors who understand and capitalize on it.

My prediction is that the difference between mediocre performance and excellence will continue to be based on both dividend and share price growth.

Think about it. 

A company is valuable when it grows earnings and cash flows. This allows asset purchases, which create more earnings and cash flows, which raise the value of the company.

The share price usually follows. Interestingly, earnings naturally compound just like income from an investment does for the individual.

A company can also compound the wealth of just the shareholder by increasing the dividend every year. This dividend can be reinvested to create higher future incomes.

Now both the income received and the dividend itself are increasing. If this process continues for years or even decades, many more shares are accumulated.  

Assuming the share price has also increased, you now have double compounding.

Here’s an example to explain. Over the last 90 years, the average S&P 500 stock has grown 10% a year. From the ‘50s to the 2010’s, Forbes reported the average dividend yield at 3.26%, and from 1960 - 2012 the average dividend growth rate was 5.4% a year.

Now, say we put $10,000 into one of these stocks for 40 years. But, we spend our dividends instead of reinvesting. Here’s what total value would be.

Attack Point #3: Hidden Force That Can Double Your Returns

There’s a nice exponential growth curve. Gains happen solely from the company compounding its value. A simple set and forget strategy turns $10,000 into over $400,000.

Take another example where the company doesn’t grow its dividend. But this time, the investor does reinvest his dividends.

Again we’ll start with $10,000. The share price grows 10% per year like the previous chart, but the dividend stays consistent at a 3.26% yield, or $326 a year. Here’s those results.

Suddenly the first graph doesn’t look as appealing. The difference is a full $100,000-- tenfold over the initial investment.

The dividend never grows, yet just reinvesting compounds in a big way over time.

The first chart showed compound interest in the share price and dividend but without reinvestment. The second chart showed compound interest in the share price and through reinvested dividends, but had no dividend growth.

This last chart shows every possible compounding force in play. There is compounding in the share price, through reinvesting the dividends, and with a yearly growing dividend.

Look at the final value. That’s a lot, especially with a $10,000 start. Time plus compound interest does wonders.

The red line is a great return on capital, but relatively not as attractive. The second orange line is a great improvement but still pales in comparison. Of course, the final blue line shows all the magic working at once.

Returns have doubled here. The extra compounding doubles the total compound interest. It’s an extremely potent opportunity to capitalize on.

However, this does alter strategy a bit. To prioritize double compounding, the investor should focus on dividend growth stocks. It’s an approach called DGI-- or dividend growth investing.

Great dividend growth stocks are categorized based on their track record. The longer they can grow the dividend in consecutive years, the higher the prestige.

These usually make up a smaller percentage of the market. Especially during bear markets. 

Even when the market gets flooded by great dividend stocks, many can trade at stupidly expensive prices. 

This happened from 2015-2017. Investors were starved for yield because of the Fed’s low interest rates.

This is a big obstacle to getting double compound interest. The question is: are high prices justified by great company performance? The answer is no.

High valuation doesn’t care about stock price recoveries. At some point, a stock gets so expensive that its future success doesn’t matter. You still lose.

Microsoft in 1999 is an example of this. For the next 17 years, Microsoft maintained its top reputation and did very well business wise. But at a P/E of 50, it took investors those same 17 years to break even. All while investors in the market saw their money double.

The story sounded good. But valuation won out. 

It’s the same for dividend growth stocks. If you pay high valuations, expect poor performance even if you reinvest your dividends.

Okay. High valuations are an obvious problem. Sometimes all of the good dividend growth stocks are trading at high valuations. What’s the solution?

Well, this is the third and most powerful secret to making money in the stock market. It’s a specific portfolio strategy.

I call it: Dividend Fortresses.

You see, I don’t counterproductively buy great dividend stocks at any cost. I only buy when a deal is there.

And when a deal appears, that’s when I back up the truck.

You need extra capital to take advantage of special opportunities. But at the same time, you don’t want cash just sitting around idle.

The solution is to split your portfolio into two separate segments. One is the regular portfolio, where you focus on just getting great, cheap stocks. This is the game plan most months.

But when a great double compounder arises, that’s the stock to add as a Dividend Fortress. Older positions that have lost their allure get turned into fresh cash to be added to this buy.

Dividend fortresses also get special sell rules. Instead of having the regular trailing stop attached, a dividend fortress is allowed ride out turbulent waters.

I’m spilling a bunch of valuable secrets here, but there’s much more to it.

The next obstacle to overcome is something NOBODY talks about.

You see, most everybody (worth his salt) will tell you to dollar cost average. Most everybody will tell you to diversify, and buy cheap or great stocks.

But there are serious implications to buying stocks with dollar cost averaging.

As portfolio size grows, the impact of each month’s new cash shrinks. At some point, you’ll have to stop adding new positions-- or else risk becoming too diversified. Results will become too average.

The number of positions to sell for a dividend fortress varies each time. There’s no hard or set rules. It all depends on current position sizing, current prospects, and more.

There are a lot of tough decisions to make.

And you might not have the experience, or even the time, to want to analyze the situation and make a tough call... One with real consequences.

That’s why I offer The Sather Research eLetter. 

Not only is it based on this groundbreaking idea of capitalizing on double compound interest, but it walks you through these kinds of crucial portfolio decisions as they come up.

You won’t see this type of guidance in other investment newsletters, because most aren’t running a real portfolio alongside it.

That’s right, I’m putting my money where my mouth is. I always say how anyone with $150 a month could turn it into a million-- over a long enough time horizon. Now I'm willing to prove it.

The Sather Research eLetter follows my own personal stock portfolio. I am funding it with $150 a month for 40 years. 

With just 11% annual returns, this money can become $1 million, and I'm confident it will become much more. The eLetter was founded on my 25th birthday and will follow this real money account for 40 years, until I reach 65.

With every stock recommendation from the eLetter, my own financial future is on the line. I dare you to find more commitment than that.

If you are worried about the future, realize that nobody knows what will happen... and if they claim to, they are lying. 

What I can promise, is that while past performance doesn't guarantee future results, I will be fully investing along with you. I have a level of commitment far greater than your average stock analyst, and I'm committed to seeing this through for the long run.

The Value Trap Indicator was specifically designed to be a viable tool-- helping you make money and keeping you from losing money. The monthly stock picks take the guesswork out of finding winning stocks.

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This eLetter is specifically designed so that you don't have to do the research. Just follow the recommendations.

Instead of concentrating on how busy you already are, think about how much you're losing out on. 

Doing the same things you've always done and expecting change is the definition of insanity. Truth is, you can't afford NOT to try something different in order to change your life.

Don't you want to have enough time to enjoy the riches you've worked so hard for? An investing plan without specialized leadership is going to feel like wheels spinning in the mud. 

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The last thing you need in today’s busy world is another item on your to-do list. Who has time to basically pick up another part time job? The world seems to offer one with every habit, hobby, passion or pursuit.

At a certain point we get stretched too thin. Something needs to give. And cutting out important areas of your life isn’t one of them.

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So look that Friday dread in the eyes and say no more. Do something about it. Attack the day and reap the compounded blessings that financial freedom can bring.

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