“Take a deep breath.”
That’s what Alpha Investor Charles Mizrahi wants you to do before letting your emotions take over your investing mindset.
Since the start of the year, the market has been very volatile. And he knows that has a lot of investors worried.
But it’s completely natural. If you’re feeling that way, you’re not alone.
That’s why in his Real Talk this week, Charles shared the trick to overcoming panic selling. It’ll help you see the current sell-offs as the best opportunities to buy.
In fact, if you’re an Alpha Investor, keep an eye on your inbox. Charles is getting his shopping list ready to take advantage of great businesses trading at attractive prices soon. You won’t want to miss his next recommendation.
And if you’re not part of the Alpha Investor family yet, now’s the perfect time to consider joining us.
This opportunity to buy low won’t last forever. You won’t want to miss out on the chance to sell high when the market heads higher again. So, be sure to check out Charles’ special invitation for you right here.
No Pain, No Gain: The Mind Game of Making Money
“Sell me out now!” That’s how many people are feeling right now. It’s the same way most investors felt during the 2008 and 1987 crashes, too. But rather than let your gut decide what you do next, try using this trick to profit instead.
The Super Bowl Indicator That Nobody Is Talking About
Last Sunday, we had the most-watched Super Bowl in five years. With over 112 million viewers, that’s a lot of eyeballs — especially on the popular ads. Those 30 seconds of airtime can cost up to $7 million. And Charles says it’s a powerful indicator ahead for this industry.
Calling All Football Fans…
Were you one of the over 112 million people watching this year’s game?
Whether you were rooting for the Rams or Bengals … or if you only tuned in for the ads, we’d love to hear from you. (Maybe you even saw the same ad indicator that Charles did!)
Write in with your Super Bowl takes at RealTalk@BanyanHill.com to let us — and the rest of the Alpha Investor community — know.
ICYMI: Can You Prioritize Profits and Have a Heart?
You see it in the headlines all the time: corporate greed…
Companies putting profits over people.
The conventional wisdom says that you can either be a do-gooder or a moneymaker. You can’t be both.
Charles believes you can. Which is why he sat down with Harvard professor, Dr. Ranjay Gulati, on the latest episode of The Charles Mizrahi Show.
Gulati turns the idea of “either/or” on its head and shares how companies like Walmart, Etsy and Ernst & Young have found a way to balance doing good and making money.
Check out their insightful interview on how the desire for meaningful work has transformed the way companies do business.
It may even inspire you to change the way you think about your portfolio.
Senior Managing Editor, Real Talk