August 16, 2012
I need to ask you a very important question.
I recently had a breakthrough moment. It started with a very common situation that every family faces—the daunting responsibility of taking over the finances of a loved one.
In this case it was on my wife's side of the family. At some point in all of our lives we have to step in and help our aging parents and loved ones with health and financial decisions. My wife experienced this recently and found herself the beneficiary of a sizable inheritance.
She found herself in over her head and unsure of which steps to take first and how to protect and grow personal wealth accumulated over a lifetime of hard work and entrusted to her.
When she asked me to help her set up a plan for this inheritance I agreed without hesitation. That's when I knew I was going to have to come up with something different and that's when my wife, Wendy became my toughest, most-demanding client and the one person I could not afford to let down!
After a few weeks of planning and back-testing, Wendy executed my plan. It was heavy on safety and growth and strict on exactly when to buy and sell each position. After watching the performance of this portfolio through what has been a frustrating market for investors, I had a light bulb moment.
I could take this fresh knowledge and insight and use it to build and manage a second portfolio of my own real money–and share every buy and sell with my valued members so that they too could execute this breakthrough strategy with me. And then I thought, no, they should be able to buy and sell before me and "front run" my personal account–assuring that they always get the best price for every stock!
I've been working in secret to iron out all the details for this new tool. What I've come up with so far is, to say the least, exciting. With this new strategy, there is no more guesswork about what to buy and when. The exact allocation for each position is spelled out in detail. The system will always tell you exactly how many shares to allocate to each new position… when to average up on a winning position… when to sit tight… and the right time to lock in profits and move on.
I know that in this market, with interest rates offering no income opportunities, unemployment stuck like a broken clock above 8%, investment banks shorting securities while hyping them to trusting clients… cloaked "bankers" fixing global interest rates… high-frequency trading, dark pools, flash crashes…there are a lot of reasons to panic, flee and throw in the towel when it comes to the stock market.
It doesn't have to be that way and this new tool that I'm calling Navellier Family Trust proves it. But before investors like you can use it first hand, I need your help.
You see, the one thing I haven't been able to decide on my own is the exact starting value of this new portfolio. I'm putting my own money on the line because there is no better way to show my confidence in the tool than having a little skin in the game.
Certainly, $1 million would prove that I'm committed. I've seen how this strategy works and I'd be glad to do it, but this portfolio is about you and I want to make this as easy to follow as possible for you.
So, should I invest $500,000, $100,000 or even $50,000? I need to know so you can follow my exact Navellier Family Trust instructions.
Vote for the ideal starting investment. This is the amount of money I will invest in this tool that is designed with maximum safety and growth.
I can't express how excited I am to get started. And I have much more to tell you. If you think you might be interested in accessing this strategy, please tell me where to send your invitation.
I'll also forward you a series of my latest research as a thank you for your interest in this new project and they will help you follow along with my thinking over the next few weeks.
Simply click here and tell me where to send your materials and invitation.
P.S. I've set up a dedicated email address that goes straight to me and my most trusted helpers. Email me your thoughts on Navellier Family Trust, more ideas on the value of the portfolio or anything else that's on your mind at this special address.