“Jaycee, why do you update your Buying Range multiple times a day? Why not imitate your competitors whose Buy Below Price remains the same for months and years?”
Do investors register the biggest volume and the highest number of trades on the exact same price points for months or years?
Of course, not.
The price points that get the biggest volume and the highest number of trades change as often as you might think.
Therefore, it makes sense to remind our customers the BEST PRICE RANGE where they should buy instead of guessing on their own where exactly below their other mentor’s Buy-Below-Price they should buy.
You can say, “Your Buying Range only makes your customers buy more stocks at a price that’s only 5-cent, 10-cent, 20-cent, or 50-cent cheaper than my self-initiated buying price since it’s below my Buy Below Price, anyway.”
Don’t belittle the centavos that our customers managed to save with the help of our Buying Range.
When accumulated over time and when the power of compounding interest is applied, we could be talking about thousands if not hundreds of thousands of pesos earned (even millions for some of our big-time investors).
I am fond of writing an article for frequently asked questions so I don’t see myself parroting the answer over and over again.
So, which one is better: a service that only gives you a Buy Below Price per recommended stock or our Top Stock Picks where we update you with the best Buying Range so you can buy more for less?
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