How to Buy Low and Sell High

Jim Fisher states if we had a crystal ball we could buy low and sell high, but we don’t. In this episode, Jim will share the secret to the next best thing to buying low and selling high. Tune in to find out.
 
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About Jim Fisher:

Jim Fisher James R Fisher, CPA/PFS, CTC, Wealth Creations Education and Tax Coach has a unique approach to helping people find money they are currently transferring away unknowingly and unnecessarily. His strategy is to have a bigger impact on your financial future by helping you avoid the wealth transfer losses rather than speculating on the next winning investment. It makes little sense to have a million dollars only to discover you lost a million on the way.

Jim specializes in
 Empowering people to take control of their investment decisions. This begins with answering the 20 Must Answer Questions that will guide your investment decisions. His educational and fun presentations combined with an academically sound investment platform helps create peace of mind, wealth, and confidence in prudent investing.

 Middle Class Family Financial Wealth Creation and Security. With Jim’s assistance you can stop transferring your wealth, following the herd, and forfeiting your financial security and create true wealth and financial independence.

 Tax Reduction Strategies for Small Business Owners. Jim specializes in unlocking the tax code to provide legal IRS approved loopholes to create tax reduction strategies for business owners. He helps you take advantage of these with a written documented plan, implementation, and education.

A life-time resident of the Anthony Wayne community, you can usually find Jim volunteering and participating in the local activities. He enjoys being a leader in the Scouting program, and spends his free time in the great outdoors. Learn more about Jim at Fisher Wealth Creations.

Watch Jim’s episodes of Plan Your Wealth With Purpose: Principles for Investing & Wealth Creation.

James Fisher is a registered advisor offering investment advice through Signature Investments, Inc., An SEC Registered Investment Advisor, 6500 Poe Avenue, Suite 110, Dayton, OH 45414. Phone: 937.890.1988. James Fisher, CPA and Wealth Creations is unaffiliated with Signature Investments, Inc.

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2 Comments
  1. Thanks Jim for the great information on how to buy low and sell high. I belong to an investment group and I can definitely say that it is sometimes very difficult to buy when the stock is on a down trend – it’s exciting when the stock is really performing and going up, but that’s not adhereing to buy low, sell high. Unfortunately I’m sure we’ve all done it – buying at the wrong time. Your advice and tips are very helpful! Looking forward to your next show.

    • Thanks Jeanne, just to clarify, you’re talking about speculating on individual stocks that you believe will excel in value to a certain point but instead take a down-turn, the decision then is do you buy more at a possible bargain or jump ship. I am talking about systematically rebalancing into asset classes that may have a dissimilar correlation with each other, in other words as one class moves up another may move down. The trouble is we never now when they will change direction, so we believe the best policy is to systematically rebalance. Being diversified helps avoids large swings in returns which usually translates into an unpleasant investment experience and bad behaviors which reduce overall returns even more, and then many people just drop out, missing out on real wealth creation.
      Thanks again for your input.

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