A Misfit’s Investing Guide to Actually Getting Ahead

|October 4, 2023
one black sheep in the herd of whites

There’s some key advice near the end of Robert Ross’ book on investing.

Anyone who has money in the market should read it. It starts on Page 247.

I won’t quote it here since it’s going to be a big part of the discussion Robert and I have planned for tomorrow.

(By the way, if you haven’t already snagged your free spot at our event, don’t worry. You can still secure a virtual seat. But time is running out. So I encourage you to click here and register ASAP. It’ll only take a moment.)

What I can tell you about that passage from Robert’s book is that it’s what officially sold us on him being “Manward material.”

We knew all about Robert, of course, from the massive impact he’s made online. (I believe his current follower count is right around 1 million.) But it wasn’t until we read his sage wisdom for ourselves that we understood just how remarkable his approach to the market truly is.

We immediately understood why he’s made such a big splash in the investing world. And we knew Manward readers could greatly benefit from his advice.

It turns out we’ve got an eye for that sort of thing…

If you’ve been around for a bit, you know that we sport an eclectic array of voices here at Manward… from a top hedge fund manager whose business card literally reads “DEALMAKER”… to the world’s most famous farmer.

We regularly publish the thoughts of Wall Street’s longest-running internet analyst… right alongside those of a classically trained flutist who has spent more than a dozen years in the financial research world.

To be clear, from the beginning, our goal was not to assemble a misfit team that thinks just like we do… but rather to find folks who are daring enough to defy the mainstream way of doing things.

As we’ve covered here beforemany times… most investing “wisdom” today will – at best – lead to mediocrity.

At worst, it will cause you some serious pain.

All Pain… No Gain

If you’ve ever had your money managed professionally, you probably know just what I’m talking about. A recent study by S&P Dow Jones found that out of 2,132 mutual funds, not ONE of them consistently outperformed the market.

This wasn’t some single-year fluke, either. The study looked at five years’ worth of data!

Mutual Funds that Consistently Beat the Markets

Another study found that over the 30-year period ending in 2022, the S&P 500 produced an average annual return of 9.65%.

During the same period, the average retail investor returned just 6.81% annually.

Something’s got to give.

That’s why we asked Robert to join us tomorrow for a conversation about how ordinary people – who don’t have millions to invest – can get ahead in today’s market.

He’s the perfect man for the job. Even in these odd economic times, Robert has trounced the major indexes.

Unlike the vast majority of Wall Street, he isn’t just beating the S&P right now…

So far this year, he is doubling it.

Interactive Brokers

And because you’re a valued Manward subscriber, we want you to see firsthand what Robert looks for in a winning stock.

He’s found one metric in particular that’s common among stocks that soar far higher than the competition.

We’ll be sharing it in our special live broadcast tomorrow.

It’s going to be a quintessentially Manward event.

If you haven’t already registered, click here now.

I hope to see you there.

Alex Moschina
Alex Moschina

Alex Moschina is the associate publisher of Manward Press. A gifted writer, editor and financial researcher, Alex’s career in publishing began more than a decade ago when he worked at one of the world’s leading providers of academic research and reference materials. Alex first cut his teeth in the realm of investing when he joined the team at White Cap Research in 2010. There he was charged with covering emerging market trends and investment opportunities. A stint as senior managing editor and editorial director at the prestigious Oxford Club followed. A frequent speaker at conferences and events, Alex has led educational workshops across the U.S. and Canada.