About Our News

News can be a major distraction to investors, especially when volatility levels increase, and when emotions run high due to sensitive subject matter like politics, religion, or morality. Investors can not let themselves be distracted, though, so we streamlined a solution.

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We have learned that the distractions come from the details. Also, we have found that too much news is a bad thing, but we cannot be ignorant either. Current events and current news is important for us to recognize, it just should not be a distraction to our objective.

Our objective is to be able to make money no matter where the market goes, and in order to do that we need to be able to digest news without being distracted by it. The best way to do this is to only focus on the major headlines coming from major market related news providers.

We have created a means to do this on our home page, and this is available for everyone, not just our paying subscribers. On our home page you’ll find Logos for CNBC, Marketwatch, and Reuters, for example, and if you click those Logos you will see the most important news events of the day.

Details are available if you want to dig deeper, but again details can be distracting so it may not be the best idea. Instead, by simply reviewing the major headlines from these reputable market related news agencies we can digest what is happening without being consumed by it. That is, of course, another drawback of having too much news.

Some people spend many hours of everyday watching banter on CNN only to walk away upset because of something someone said, or how things are progressing, but we think that is a horrible way to live. There is a better way to approach news than to be consumed by it, and it just so happens that this approach not only improveslifestyle, but it also has the ability to keep investors focused.

The news does not matter, what matters is the way the market interprets that news. The way that you interpret the news does not matter either. It is only the way that the market interprets news that matters. Arguably, you don’t even need to pay attention to news, all you need to do is pay attention to how the market is reacting and you, as an investor, could maintain a steady course.

However, we don’t want to be ignorant. We want to understand what is happening, but we just don’t want to be consumed by it or distracted by it. When we use the streamlined method offered on our home page and simply click the Logos and review the headlines, we are provided with a means to stay up to date with the most relevant topics while still remaining focused.

This streamlined method was created to make it efficient and to put the information from all of these sources at your fingertips. You can see all the headlines by simply clicking the Logos. They’re in one place, easy to navigate, and organized to promote efficiency. We hope you like it.