Introducing Tom Yeung’s Profit and Protection
The Moonshot Investor is going away next week.
You read that right.
But it’s not because I’ve gotten fired…
Nor is it because of markets; my top-picks portfolio has managed to outperform the Nasdaq composite by a wide 11% margin since January …
… Instead, it’s because we’re launching Tom Yeung’s Profit and Protection, a newsletter about making money during good times while protecting your earnings during the bad. It’s a letter that will cover strategic investments in quality-growth stocks at reasonable prices, and yours truly will be making the picks and calling the shots.
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Regular Moonshot readers will have already seen some of these changes.
Midcap value stocks like Martin Midstream Partners (NASDAQ:MMLP) and Volt Information Science (NYSEAMERICAN:VOLT) now feature prominently; unlike meme stocks such as GameStop (NYSE:GME) or AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC), these cheap companies have plenty of downside protection. And crypto coverage has declined since February when my Momentum Master strategy signaled it was time to get out.
There will also be new additions. Quant-based strategies will feature prominently. And there will be new names, from lesser known XL Fleet (NYSE:XL) — a company that trades for less than its cash value — to AT&T (NYSE:T), a household name benefiting from the consolidation of the 5G network providers.
To make sure you keep up-to-date with these picks, sign up here to receive Tom Yeung’s Profit & Protection.
How to Make Money Without Really Trying
As a former Wall Streeter, I have a confession to make:
Making money in the stock market is easier than it looks.
For all the bluster from Wall Street and CNBC talking heads, picking winning stocks doesn’t require a Ph.D. or a CFA Charter.
Consider Home Depot (NYSE:HD), a company that’s easily visible to anyone driving down the highway.
$10,000 invested during Home Depot’s IPO would have turned into $60 million.
Or what about Norfolk Southern (NYSE:<…….