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If you want information that can change your life forever, buy this book. When used correctly, the following information will give you the tools to secure real wealth - not through get-rich-quick schemes, pyramids, or any other tried-and-failed method, but through large cash returns from the stock market. No special knowledge is required, no strings are attached. The information in this book will give you the ability to make money, using real techniques - the tried-and-true kind.

Who is Wade Cook, and how can you believe that what he says truly can help you achieve a cash-flow money machine with no strings and no gimmicks?

Wade is a person like you or me. He began his adult life as a cab driver struggling to make enough money to feed his wife and kids. While driving a cab, he discovered what he now calls the "meter-drop" philosophy. He realized that money is made by repetition.

It is more profitable to make many small deals in rapid succession, rather than trying to accumulate one huge profit over a long period of time. This means using the same simple strategies repeatedly. Keep in mind that it is always a good idea to diversify your stock portfolio.

Wade's life is proof that these strategies work. He not only practices what he preaches, he practices it before he preaches it. He will not give you, the student, any information that he, the teacher, has not tried repeatedly and successfully.

The author of Wall Street Money Machine now presents a collection of new and innovative methods to help amateur investors achieve fantastic returns on their investments. Stock Market Miracles features samples of strategies the author has used successfully, examples of actual trades, and definitions of key investment terms. 50,000 print.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780910019712
  • Publisher: Lighthouse Publishing Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/1996
  • Pages: 271
  • Product dimensions: 6.33 (w) x 9.48 (h) x 1.04 (d)

First Chapter

CHAPTER ONE

BUILDING A GREAT PORTFOLIO

When my first book on stock market investing hit the street, I was overwhelmed by the incredible favorable response. I received countless letters and E-mail messages. These were no ordinary "thank you's," as most had included specific trades they had made, records of deals, and cashflow profits to be proud of. "I've made $43,000 in one month," "$19,000 in three days," "We just adopted kids with the $30,000 we made this month." Too many wonderful stories to mention here. See the testimonials at the beginning of the book for a sampling of the many exciting stories we hear.

But there have been the critics also. Don't misunderstand. I've not been criticized by anyone who actually read the book, and surely not by anyone who has followed the formulas and done the trades. Actually, the only real criticism has come from comments made on the jacket; like "outrageous returns," or "double your money every 2 1/2 to 4 months."

USING OPTIONS TO BUILD A PORTFOLIO

So to answer this light and superfluous charge, I dedicate this chapter to building a strong portfolio for the long term. I won't turn on my cash flow formulas. In fact, I'll use them to build a portfolio to be proud of--an "investment club" style portfolio, but I'll do so my way; defining the methods and even the terms, such as "long term."

I am no different than most prudent investors or pension and mutual fund managers. I want to look at my portfolio and see huge, brand-name stocks like AT&T, Boeing, Wrigleys, McDonalds, Nordstrom, Sears, General Electric, Pfizer, Marriott, et cetera. I want to own stock in companies I can eat in, shop at, dial up, and sleep in! I like quality. I repeat, I like great companies with excellent growth, trademarks, earnings, market niche, and sheer strength of size. I want millions of dollars of them and I don't want to have to work a 9 to 5 job to get them. Boy, that's a conundrum. It's almost impossible to work a typical American job, with average income and accumulate millions. Yes, in 40 to 50 years maybe, but who wants to wait that long? That's the rub--accomplishing the task of having millions, without having to work for millions. So, it is not my goal or objective which differs from the "conventional wisdom" reeking from virtually every financial planner/stockbroker--the so-called experts--but the method of getting there. This is where we part ways.

You see, my method is simple. I want to use a small amount of money--risk capital if you will, to generate cash flow which will exponentially generate more income. I've never advocated that a person put his portfolio at risk with aggressive plays. In fact I've repeatedly and strongly advised against it.

To prove this point, and so there is no misunderstanding, I'll repeat it here. Use a small amount of money--say $2,000 to $10,000--to build a cash flow machine. Keep the balance of your money in high grade stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and even in real estate and other businesses outside the traditional stock market investments. The stock market is simply too risky for me.

Will Rogers said it best: "I'm worried about the return of my money, not just the return on it."

Let's deal with the $2,000 to $10,000 figures. That may seem high to participants of the "meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month, invest $50 a month and sit around for hours discussing one or two stocks, and hope for the best" clubs so prevalent today. Let's break everyone into categories: Those with under $100,000 to invest, and those with over $100,000 to invest. Everyone reading this falls into one of these two categories. That's simple, but the next part is not so simple. If you only have $2,000 or so to get started, then I'll make an assumption--your family is young. If you're older, (say older than 40) and you can barely scrape together $2,000, then you probably need a different book than this one--perhaps a motivational book, or one on vitamin pills. Whatever, young or old, if that's it, then find the most outrageous, crazy, wild, risky plan you can find and go for the gusto. What do you have to lose? Surely you can get back (earn, etc.) $2,000 to $5,000. In Arizona, they teach you that if you have water (bottle, canteen, etc.) and you get stranded in the desert--drink it all--now! Apparently our bodies store and ration liquids better than our minds.

If you have $100,000, then take $95,000 and buy safe, secure, blue chip, "hold for the long term" stocks. Be extra safe. Now take $2,000 to $5,000 and go to town. Treat the stock market like a business. Be aggressive.

Read the following letter and see what I mean. The last time I talked to this man, his $20,000 was over $267,000 and that's three to four months after attending my Wall Street Workshop. He's on target to make over $1,000,000 in one year, from his $20,000.

   Dear Mr. Cook,



      Enclosed please find a copy of my extended 

   resume and a video copy of my film product reel. 

   No, I'm not looking for employment, I've included it 

   so that you can see that my occupation is not one 

   conducive to "playing the stock market." I'm a 

   movie maker. I write, direct, and produce features 

   for theatre and television.

   

      Pretty far removed from the market, wouldn't 

   you say? So, why am I sending it? For one reason ... I'm

   now six weeks or so past one of your 

   Houston Wall Street Workshops and the results 

   have been interesting (an understatement)!

   

      As a filmmaker, I move from project to project. 

   I've just completed a two-hour television special 

   entitled, America, A Call To Greatness with Charlton 

   Heston, Mickey Rooney, Deborah Winters, and 

   Peter Graves. Next week, I'll be directing several 

   episodes of a new fall series for ABC. In between, I 

   do nothing. It's these periods of inactivity that 

   annoy me. It's not that I have to be constantly 

   active, but it helps. In my industry, these periods are 

   referred to as "being between pictures." Translated, 

   it means unemployed--"waiting." I've been in the 

   industry for some years and I always have work ... 

   and I always have inactivity. Having heard of your 

   workshop, I thought perhaps it might provide me 

   something to do during these periods. Although I've 

   been in the market from time to time, one of your 

   sales people convinced me

   that I didn't have to know anything about the 

   market to attend ... and to benefit. Another 

   customer service representative recommended that I 

   come prepared to trade ... to open a stock 

   account, etc., so I did.

   

      You will note from my resume that I spent ten 

   years as a university professor and about the same 

   on the "seminar" and "consulting" circuit. I know 

   from experience that only a few out of a seminar 

   ever really benefit ... not because the seminar isn't 

   good, but because most tend not to apply what they 

   learn. I didn't want to be one of those, so I took the 

   tapes mailed with your "Financial Power Pack" 

   and listened to them ... and listened to them ... 

   and listened to them. Even during the class breaks, 

   I continued to replay them, etc. They were helpful 

   in that I had an idea about what would be 

   discussed during class and became familiar with 

   some of the terminology.

   

      I've always enjoyed a "good" seminar and this 

   one was. I must admit I was skeptical, mostly 

   because of the perceived "hype" that went with the 

   "selling." However, the class did deliver on what it 

   promised (a seminar that "works," what a novel 

   approach).

   

      I opened an account with $5,000. If I made 

   money (which I had reservations about), great. If I 

   lost money then it wouldn't be "great" but it would 

   occupy some of the time before I began directing 

   again. I must admit, I didn't expect what followed.

   

      I began trading on the first day and knew 

   immediately that I'd opened an account with the 

   wrong broker when he began to argue with me 

   about my trade. What I didn't want to do was jump 

   into his company "hot stock of the day." While I 

   knew nothing about the market, I didn't

   just fall off the banana 

   boat either. Fortunately, there was a broker 

   attending the WSWS that understood what the class 

   was doing and was able to produce buy/sell slips 

   demonstrating that he was actually making the 

   trades being discussed in class. I opened an 

   account with him and the choice has turned out to 

   be a very good one. There was no "training" of the 

   broker required. In fact he was (and has been) very 

   supportive of the "Cook-Concepts." (In fact, he'll 

   be attending the Wealth Academy with me in June.)

   

      I won't bore you with the class trading details 

   but by Friday following Thursday's class end, my 

   $5,000 had grown to nearly $15,900. That got my 

   attention! I added another $15,000 to the account 

   and a little over a month later, my account was 

   nearing $100,000. I added another sum of money 

   and similar results have followed since then.

   

      I wanted to learn each of the strategies taught, 

   so I tried a number of them.

   

      For example:

   

      Sample Option Plays:

   

      Bought Coke (KO) Options at $4.625 and sold 

   after a split at $6.50

   

      Bought Iomega (IOMG) Options at $6 and sold 

   at $10.25

   

      Bought Accustaff (ACST) Options at $3.25 and 

   sold at $4.875

   

      Sample Covered Calls:

   

      QuaterDeck (QDEK) bought stock at $14 and 

   sold options twice

   

      Egghead (EGGS) stock at $12 and sold calls at 

   $1.9375

   

      Network Express (NETK) at $12, sold calls at 

   $.875 and called out at $12.50

   

      IMP Inc. (IMPX) stock at $17.50, sold calls at 

   $.9375

   

      Sample Rolling Stock:

   

      Bought ScoreBoard (BSBL) at $4.125 and sold 

   at $5.636 (dropped & bought again)

   

      Network Express (NETK) at $3.23 and sold at $5

   

      ... and I could go on with some 23 other 

   trades. I lost on five of them. Of the five, three of 

   the losses were my fault, not the system. And listen, 

   Mr. Cook, if you think driving a taxi doesn't qualify 

   a person to be in the market, try movie directing. 

   This morning I bought 10 contracts of HBOC at $12 

   and now three hours later I just sold the calls at 

   $13.50. It's only a 12.5% return, but annualized it's 

   4,562.5%. Not too shabby for a few hours work.

   

      As I said earlier, I'd had a successful career in 

   the consulting and seminar field so I always 

   appreciate a good seminar (most are not). And, as 

   much as I like the Wall Street Workshop, I would 

   have paid the fee just for the last day's entities' 

   seminar. Aside from my market success, I will save 

   enough in taxes from that 

   one day to pay not only for the Wall Street 

   Workshop, but for every other seminar that you 

   offer, the courses you sell, the books, manuals and 

   chapters, W.I.N., etc. And, you will note from your 

   sales records in my account that I've gotten about 

   everything you have (paid for by the WSWS 

   course).

   

      Since the course, I've read your new "hit" in 

   detail, studied the Zero to Zillions home study 

   course, watched and re-watched the WSWS Video 

   Tape Sets, etc. Since the first course was so good, 

   I've signed up for the June "Wealth Academy" and 

   will be attending "The Next S.T.E.P. Wall Street 

   Workshop," etc. It's going to take a lot more than the 

   5 star entities to handle my business (I already have 

   six), so I'll also be at the "Executive Retreat." The 

   best of all this is that I haven't paid for a dime of it. 

   The earnings have more than covered everything.

   

      I like your style so much that I've registered for 

   the June "Real Estate Boot Camp" but this time, I'm 

   bringing my wife. Now talk about someone without a 

   background for real estate ... my wife, Deborah, is 

   an actress (she had one of the leads in The Winds of 

   War and lead in Kotch with Walter Mathau, the lead 

   in Class of '44, and the lead in The Outing, etc.) But, 

   she, like myself, has interests in things outside our 

   field ... particularly where they are profitable. To 

   keep it in the family, my son will be attending your 

   youth WSWS in August. It's a great idea. I would 

   have liked to have had this background when I was 

   his age.

   

      The concept of teaching the youth financial 

   concepts when they are young is terrific. If I can 

   help you in any way, please don't hesitate to ask.

   

      Mr. Cook, thanks for being in the "business." 

   The only problem is that now I'm enjoying the 

   market more than the other things that I'm doing ... a

   nice problem!

   

                              Best Regards,

   

                                   Dr. Warren C.

OK, let's say he only makes $250,000 on the initial $5,000. Let's say that's you. You're two days of training away from having the skills to do this. If it is you, and you are into safety, remember, you have your $95,000 worth of good, solid investments to make you feel good at night and when you get your portfolio's statements. Hopefully, the dividends and growth of the stocks will give you 10% plus per year. That could be $10,000 (of which only a small portion is cash). You've got the best of both worlds; aggressive cash flow and stability.

ADD TO YOUR POSITIONS

Now, let's move on. Take $100,000 or even $200,000 and buy more blue chips. Take the other $50,000 (or more) and keep it generating cash flow. You see, that's the point I've been making at my seminars and in my writings. Use the formulas for income generation to build up your cash flow, so you can accelerate the purchase of stocks in great companies.

Here is a list of my cash flow strategies:

(1) Rolling stocks

(2) Slams--buying stock on dips

(3) Bottom Fishing

(4) Peaks (short sells or buy puts)

(5) Rolling Options

(6) Writing Covered Calls

(7) Selling Naked Puts

(8) Dividends (I have many Special Reports and taped seminars explaining these)

(9) Stock Splits

(10) Turnarounds and Spin-offs ...

They are to be used for cash flow. They put the emphasis on selling--getting out. You only purchase them to resell them at a profit. They deal with two-week and one-month 15% to 55% returns. They spin off cash. Real money. "Send it to my house and let's go shopping" type of money!

If you choose, you can use some or all of this cash flow to build a wonderful, safe, "proud to own" retirement portfolio. But one which accumulates quickly because you're able to add to it repeatedly, month after month, with the profits from the smaller cash flow part of your system.

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