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A new book on AIM Investing is underway

Posted at March 15, 2019 » By : » Categories : Alerts,books,Education Resource,Investing » 3 Comments

And we want to include clients, subscribers, and fans of JJJ Investing Services.

If you are reading this blog post, that means you!

If you have over $1 Million in a long term investment account – or want to be one of those people – this book is “aimed” especially at you.

Why write another book? Long time subscribers will know that I have written and published 2
other books about AIM – the Automated Investing Method. The first one (which I offer now for FREE as a PDF) is I Guarantee You Will Buy Low Sell High and Make Money.

This book is over 350 pages if you print it on 8.5 x 11” size paper (which I recommend). It explains everything I had learned about using Robert Lichello’s AIM system with the additional experience of LONG-TERM EQUITY ANTICIPATION SECURITIES  (LEAPs), Bear markets, and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

 

(Click the image to learn more about the book on Amazon.)

 

With the advice and help of my business partner Brett Hoffstadt, in January 2017 I published my second book on AIM: Here Are the Customers’ Yachts.

This was an updated and highly condensed version of my first book. In less than 80 pages, this book explains the fundamentals of the AIM system, why LEAPS are perfect to take advantage of AIM, and what the AIM process looks like over several months of actual trades.

 

AIM investing book

(Click the book image to learn more about it on Amazon.)

 

Here are the key reasons why we think the time is right for another book on AIM investing:

● A lot of people still don’t know about the AIM investing method

● A lot of people want to know how to safely and profitably invest or trade with options

● A lot of people want to profit from the tech sector (FANG stocks – meaning Facebook,
Apple, Netflix, and Google which now is Alphabet)

While the “Customers’ Yachts” book has helped more people learn about the AIM system with
LEAPS, it wasn’t obvious to many people that it benefits from Robert Lichello’s AIM method
and LEAPS (which didn’t exist when Lichello came up with his system).

So my next book will do better help people looking for safe, proven, and profitable ways to earn big profits over a lifetime thanks to AIM, LEAPS, and their FANG-type portfolio. It will also include lessons and recommendations I have collected over the past two years since my previous book was published.

If you are a high net worth individual, this book will have information and insights just for you.

If you want to be a part of this book now is your chance. Here are some ways you would be
great to include in the effort:

● Examples of AIM performance

● Testimonials of success using AIM

● Testimonials of benefiting from the knowledge, tips, or recommendations you receive
from this newsletter or my personal investing help

● Other suggestions, requests, or recommendations to include in the book

As thanks for helping, everyone who is mentioned in the book will receive a complimentary
copy from me after it is published. That might be difficult for people overseas but we will have
to work it out.

If you have any suggestions, recommendations, or testimonials about AIM or the knowledge or services you have received from being a subscriber to this newsletter please contact me soon using my Contact page. You can write a comment below and I will see that too. We plan to have this new AIM investing book released in the summer of 2019.

If you would like to help influence this book or find yourself within it, please get in touch with me.

I am glad you are one of my blog readers and look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely, Jeff

 

Disclaimer: Jeffrey Weber is not an investment adviser and gives only his personal view and opinion, never making any investment advice or recommendation to buy or sell specific securities. Investors in financial assets must do so at their own responsibility and with due caution as they involve a significant degree of risk. Before investing in financial assets, investors should do their own research and consult a professional investment adviser.

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  • Jan

    March 16, 2019 at 1:18 pm

    I would be willing to rewrite my article on the best account to invest in.

    Also I am willing to review the book for typos, logic, and continuity if you would like.

  • Jon

    April 17, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    Great news. I would be interested in seeing detailed examples of how to roll over LEAPS both when they in the money and out of the money (including when they are significantly out of the money).

    In connection with that, I think it would be helpful to have a discussion about how to think about the time premium you are paying. Paying the time premium when you rollover a LEAP seems to “locks in” a loss that you have to overcome. It would be interesting to see your thinking on this topic and how you overcome this.

    Perhaps a comparison of the time premium of LEAPS to the expense ratio of a triple leveraged ETF (another common underlying investment for AIM investing).

    Anyway, thank you for the great content.

    • Jeff Weber

      April 22, 2019 at 8:30 pm

      Jon, thanks for your excellent comments. I favor LEAPS at or near the money & sometimes can good LEAPS in the money. I’ll send you an example on IBM where it was way down and we rolled it over to next year. I’ll send you IBM as example.

      Since I only use long-term options (LEAPS) – current ones are Jan 2021 with 19 months till expiration & roll them over in December to 2022s – time decay is insignificant.

      Jeff

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