Picks Up Where Public Education Failed By Providing Free Teleconference
Tyrone Jackson “The Wealthy Investor” prides himself on educating the community. But his education is more than just reading, writing and arithmetic. His “Wealthy Investor” seminars fill in the blanks that the education system fails to teach – how to grow financial independence.
Jackson provided invaluable tips to his Los Angeles community with a free teleconference workshop, “Basics of Stock Market Success,” on May 21. The workshop enabled Jackson to share his knowledge with a large number of people in order for them to achieve a successful financial future. Jackson comments,
“All our school systems do is teach you how to go out and get a job, but they do nothing to teach you about building and creating wealth and making your money work for you instead of you always working for your money.”
Jackson doesn’t come from a financial background. Having made Southern California a second home, he started off with nothing - from a poor family in Staten Island, New York - figuring out how to make money and grow wealth and worked his way up to teaching it to others. He has become a master at communicating his concepts that even those without prior financial knowledge can easily understand.
After years of developing sophisticated investment strategies, Jackson now shares his expertise via “The Wealthy Investor.”
The core message of Jackson’s “The Wealthy Investor” is simple. By learning how to buy shares in the right companies, and then employing a technique known as the covered call, investors may generate hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars in monthly residual income. But first, start small and learn these new skills.
Now a regular contributor to the Huffington Post Jackson comments, “I want to help give back to my community.” Adding, “There is this myth on Wall Street that making your own investments is difficult. I try to simplify and demystify what happens in the stock market. It’s a little bit art and science.”
Jackson did not invent the call option. It’s a venerable Wall Street practice. In simple terms, it occurs when a shareholder sells to others the right, but not the obligation, to buy his or her stock in certain companies. Whether or not the deal goes through, the seller keeps the option fee. Multiply that by thousands of shares, and the potential residual income is almost limitless.
Unlike countless discredited “get rich quick” schemes, the “Wealthy Investor” shows how to create wealth knowledgeably. Jackson teaches how to buy and trade stocks that trend upwards in value, how to profit in a bear market, how to avoid high commissions through online trading, and how to minimize tax exposure.
Jackson teaches those skills, both in his series of “Wealthy Investor” audio CDs and in his fun, fast-paced and informative monthly seminar series in cities across the country. Visit www.TheWealthyInvestor.net can sign up to get a free "Stock Market Success" newsletter.