A handful of average British are mysteriously making fortunes in the stock market.
The main challenge with these types of opportunities is to identify which ones are REAL? In order to help you out, we did some research ourselves! We came across a blog by Danny Thompson, 53 years old, from Liverpool.
Years ago Danny knew he’d need to make a change if he was ever going to retire, it’s a similar problem a lot of British are dealing with as they approach retirement.
Life changing moment
“About a year ago, I came across an article in the Mirror about a new viral craze in the UK – a platform that allows novice traders to mimic the strategies of more experienced investors so I decided to give it a try. I started small with a £200 deposit and if I remember correctly by the end of the first month I tripled my initial investment”.
“Best of all, unlike many risky approaches to making money, there’s a built-in safety net unique to this strategy that can make it safer than traditional investing.
In fact, safety-loving Warren Buffett pulled in $4.7 billion following this exact approach not too long ago.”
Spreading the wealth
When I asked Danny why is he sharing this success story with us, his response was extremely refreshing; ”I just thought that someone else may be going through the exact same struggle that i have been through and by sharing my story with the world, I could be giving someone the skills and inspiration they need to earn money from home.
It might be the one small change that someone else needs to get their life back on track and move towards financial success.”
Last word of advice from Danny
Even following the system perfectly, it is still normal to lose some of the trades you make.
No trading methodology conceived can work every time. However, following my method will enable you to make significantly more winning trades than
losing ones, resulting in outstanding profits for you in the long run.
At least at the beginning, it’s important to follow this strict rule of investment: Each position
you open should not represent more than 10% of your capital.