Why Use SMC
Who We Are -
My name is Eric Stasak and I am passionate about stock investing and am a successful investor (see my results, below). I also love to teach. I use the dynamic nature of the markets to teach individuals and families about global and business finance and how to profit from the stock market and common stock investing in a new way.
Using the stock market, I grew my money at an average approx. rate of +22% per year for 15 years from 1995 – 2009 and have helped others SEE how to grow theirs significantly – on their own. I helped people avoid the 2008 – 2009 stock market crash, and led them back into the market in March 2009, for very significant returns*.
Many have learned from me how to invest based upon strategic developments in the market and at individual companies. I teach and write using the editorial “we”.
What is Stock Market Companion?
We have created Stock Market Companion, Inc. to be a focused and highly useful online tool for families and individuals to learn the interconnected nature of markets and events and to see where opportunities exist to make wise investments.
Ours is an inexpensive month-by-month online subscription-based program called the 15Minute Market Update. Many use our work at Stock Market Companion and our 15Minute Market Update program as a financial training program for themselves and their family members. It includes these valuable tools -
- 3x / week Stock Market Companion 15Minute Market Update – Online. This includes a structured process for understanding the markets, complete with our commentary, highlights, and charts.
- Stock Market Companion 15Minute Market Update – Archives
- Stock Market Companion Watchlist
- Successful Investing Webinars
- Successful Investing Quizzes
- Access to see when and where we put our own money to work for growth or protection!
We encourage our subscribers to be ready for a handful or two good ideas a year and to take action on them, if they are comfortable to do so on their own, or simply watch and learn. For instance-
SMC Subscribers profited or learned from our ”short” in silver on May 2, 2011, using an leveraged exchange traded fund (ETF) that investors can purchase in any trading account or self-directed IRA. Our returns came fast on this one, because our timing was right. Within 3 days our returns were +26%.*
SMC subscribers profited from our 77% (approx.) returns*, investing in Ford from November 9, 2009 through April 27, 2010. Click here on our SMC Ford Daily Chart to see how our subscribers were shown how we were doing it.
SMC subscribers learned on March 5, 2010 that Apple Inc.’s move above $215/share was an excellent entry in our special Apple Report for subscribers. Recently Apple shares have reached over $300/share.
On April 29, 2010, our subscribers learned that we were completely raising cash. Our ideas had “dried-up”, and our indicators were showing the market ready for a strong adjustment. We saved our subscribers a lot of heartache as we were out of the market during the “Flash-Crash” on May 6th and the market pull-back through August 2010.
When the market found a temporary bottom in July 2010, we notified our subscribers of our entry into two stocks that roared higher. Within four to six weeks, one of the stocks had increased approx. +90%* and the other approx. +110%*. We took our profits. It’s rarely that good, but when the opportunities are there we highlight them and take action. You can too.
Why not try our program for free? … Start YOUR FREE 14 Day TRIAL TODAY!
(Our free trial requires your credit card number up front. By providing your billing information now, you will avoid interruption in your membership and we avoid abuses to our free trial program. Cancel anytime during the 14 days and you will not be charged.)
Once your free trial is complete, your subscription is only $49.95/month… Month-by-Month Subscription. Here too, you can cancel anytime. Simple and easy.
* Past returns are no guarantee of future results. Investing in stocks carries risk and returns are very dependent on an individuals ability to handle risk.