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As a new or existing customer, you have access to all the reports for the service(s) to which you are subscribed. Once logged in to the website, you will see “My Subscriptions” on the top right-hand corner of your screen — please click on this.After you select My Subscriptions, you will be taken to a list of the subscriptions you have access to. Please select the subscription you are looking for. Once this new page loads, along the top of the screen, you will see tabs — one of them will say “Reports” — please click on this. When this new page comes up, you will see all of the Latest Alerts for your subscription. To read the alerts, click “Read This Report.”
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For an overarching view of what your specific subscription(s) include, on Day 4 of your welcome emails, your editor will outline each benefit in your subscription. The subject line of that email would have been: “Your Complete [Subscription Name] Guide.” For example: “Your Completely Strategic Intelligence Guide” for Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence.
Your subscription includes your monthly mailed and emailed newsletter and your weekly emailed newsletter. You can expect to receive this information on a regular basis. After you order a new subscription, a welcome kit may be included in your purchase to introduce you to the editor and what you can expect. This welcome kit is often sent to you in the mail.
Buy alerts and sell alerts will be sent to you as needed based on stock and market performance. Any new reports that the editor writes are included in your subscription and can be located on the website after you log in using your username and password. All materials are archived online as well. An updated model portfolio with the current recommendations is located in the “Portfolio” section of your subscription. The “Closed” tab serves as the track record for the service and is updated regularly.
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After your order processes, you will receive a confirmation email. This email will contain the links to your introductory and special reports that will show you how to use our research service. You will also receive a username and password. These will give you access to the online archives. After you take a look at the reports, you can take a look at the publications’ latest alerts and issues. Your first alerts and recommendations will be sent to you via email. If you are subscribed to an advisory research service, you will also receive a hard copy of your newsletter in the mail. You can view our publishing schedule here.
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Once you are ready to take action on a recommendation, you will need to contact your broker with the stock symbol and buy-up-to price to place your order.
All actionable alerts and updates are sent as needed via email. There is no set schedule for alerts, as they depend on the performance of the market. Each publication is on an issue schedule, however, so you can expect to receive your weekly or monthly issue on a regular basis. You can review when the mailed and/or emailed issues will be sent, here.
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You will receive a new Weekly Wealth Alert recommendation each Monday.
A follow-up video update will be sent each Wednesday to discuss how our recommendation is doing.
You will also receive a full portfolio update each Friday.
While we do not recommend a specific brokerage firm, Alan has put together a great report to help you choose a broker for this service. You can read this full report by clicking here.
An option is a standardized contract that trades alongside stocks on the major exchanges.
Stock options form the heart of the Weekly Wealth Alert system — a fact that tends to intimidate new readers. That’s because they’ve been led to believe options are complicated and risky… so they want nothing to do with them. But the truth is options aren’t so tricky once you understand them.
You can use a broker to buy and sell an option just like a stock. And like a stock, the price goes up and down in response to market conditions.
The biggest difference between stock trading and options trading is what you’re trading. Stocks shares, of course, represent part ownership in a company. When you buy a stock, you buy a part of the company. When you sell your stock, you give up that ownership.
Options are a little different. An options contract gives its owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a stock at a predetermined price by a predetermined date.
Every option covers 100 shares of stock.
You can learn more about options in Alan’s handbook, here.
Options with weekly expirations are a relatively new thing. In Weekly Wealth Alert, we will be buying options that expire approximately two weeks out.
Thankfully, you can find a complete handbook to weekly options trading by Alan, here.
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