Time & Money 2007 Year End Portfolio Review

It was a great year at The Time & Money Group.  In the New Year, I hope to share more insight on how I broke the shackles of my 9 to 5.  Who knows – I may get back to writing my book (check out the Prequel).  However, in the mean time I will continue sharing stock trading / investing strategies with those that are interested.

Our most conservative strategy once again delivered double digit returns and handily outperformed the S&P 500: 13.8% vs. 3.5%.  As far as investing strategies goes, it doesn’t get much easier.  To my dismay, most will find a reason not to employ it. If it wasn’t so simple I would charge big bucks for it.  Here it is gift wrapped, free of charge, for you again – read  “The No-Brainer Investment Strategy to Double Digit Returns” for the details.

If you need a little more oomph – sign up for The Time & Money Report. As some of you may recall, The Time & Money Report started out as a thread on my blog.  It has evolved into a real-time alert service.  Now, subscribers receive emails when I buy and sell stocks in the Real Money portfolio.  In 2007, subscribers that followed the alerts pocketed 28.6%. 

Here are the year end statistics for the 2007 Real Money Portfolio: 


There is no guarantee of similar results, but I am certainly going to try.  Give The Time & Money Report a try in the New Year.

I have added a monthly subscription option that can be cancelled at any time.  No partial month refunds are given.

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  • Congratulations on such a great year! My holding period tends to be over a year, since I see myself as an investor more than a trader. I do enjoy momentum stocks though, using Investor’s Business Daily as my guide.

    In my book, a profit is a profit regardless how earned.

  • Thanks for the kudos. My holding periods used to be much longer until I was hit by a buzz saw in 2000.

    I am experimenting with a long term strategy that incorporates puts. I will hold the stocks, but buy and sell index puts. When the portfolio becomes over bought I will buy puts and sell them when the portfolio becomes over sold.

    I am not sure how it is going to work, but it has to be better than holding on through large draw-downs and simply hoping that it comes back.