The Wealthy Investor Interviews Long-Time Student on Stock Market Success

Most middle-class people have been taught that financial freedom is beyond their reach. However, that is far from the truth. With an open mind and a financial education, anyone can become a successful stock market trader and investor. A good financial education will help one learn specific trading and investing strategies and how to employ them.
“Yes, your online trading account does give you access to Wall Street, but it doesn’t tell you which strategies to employ in bull and bear markets,” says Tyrone Jackson, creator and founder of the Wealthy Investor program. Mr. Jackson goes on to say, “These days, retail investors can write covered calls, volatility trade and collect dividends, exactly like institutional traders.”
With over 20 years of experience, Tyrone Jackson is viewed as one of the most respected stock market educators in the digital trading community. Jackson has over 60,000 Facebook followers and 50,000 YouTube subscribers and has been featured on YahooFinance.com and Morningstar.com.
In episode 155 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Mr. Jackson sits down with his student, Andre Blake, who discusses how the Wealthy Investor program changed his limited money beliefs and helped him create a financial life bigger than he ever imagined. You can listen to episode 155 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast by going to https://thewealthyinvestor.net/stockpodcast155/.
The Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast has been downloaded over 1.2 million times and is heard by investors around the world. Many traders view Tyrone Jackson’s Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast as their number one stock market trading educational resource. Once again, you can listen to this podcast episode by visiting https://thewealthyinvestor.net/stockpodcast155/.
Successful retail investors agree that greed and skepticism will always get in the way of building long-term success in the stock market. The key to financial freedom lies in examining one’s money beliefs and having patience and resiliency.
Source: The Wealthy Investor