One of the best parts about Passport Fellowship is that we empower you with our best information and allow you take control of your financial destiny.
First, if you haven’t already done so, we recommend checking out your welcome videos (they can be found here) to get acquainted with Shah, Michael, and Bill.
Then, take a look at the latest issues of Money Map Report (click here), Nova-X Report (click here), and Fast Fortune Club (click here). And be sure to visit the Private Briefing archives (click here) and check out the most recent issues.
Read through the archives for each newsletter to get a feel for each service. Get familiar with the stock recommendations and trading instructions, so that you’re ready to jump on the next trade.
Your trading instructions will look something like this:
Action to Take: Buy XYZ Inc. (NYSE:XYZ) at market and use a 25% trailing stop to protect your principle and your profits.
This is the basic format. They won’t always look exactly like this. In fact, there are often variations, including Michael Robinson’s “Cowboy Split” technique (where you buy a 50% position at market and put in a lowball order at a lower price for the other 50%). The trailing stop may be higher or lower, depending on the risk involved – sometimes, there won’t be a trailing stop at all.
One more thing. If you’re new to investing, one of the hardest things to overcome is the language barrier. There’s so much jargon involved in trading that many would-be investors remain on the sidelines.
So we’ve put together a glossary of commonly used investing terms. We recommend bookmarking this page on your browser, or printing out a copy and referring back to it when you find a word or phrase you’re not familiar with.