Invest in the Markets Giveaway December 2011

Welcome to my Christmas 2011 giveaway sweepstakes… as a celebration of the recent successes at Invest in the Markets. I hope you’ll spend some time looking around and discovering all the resources this site has to offer you. Whether you have never invested in a stock before, or are just starting to invest, or have a little experience under your belt, you’ll find something here to help you invest wisely.


For this giveaway, I’ve found a few items I think will help you including:

  • 30 minutes with Doctor Stock one on one talking about investing in stocks
  • A copy of the Weekend Newsletter for you and a Friend (Investing should be done in community, not isolation)
  • A $25 Amazon Gift Card from my good friend Miss T @ PrairieEcoThrifter

Here’s all the ways you can enter… Good Luck!

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  1. I am pretty inept at market stuff. I do have an interest in socially responsible investing. I would like to learn more about that. I am interested in good companies that are socially responsible such as supportive of the environment and that support progressive causes. The companies could either be ones that have a good reputation for being socially responsible indirectly such as being good to employees, supporting green causes, helping the poor or being socially responsible directly such as wind turbine energy, creating technologies that help w/environment, or help the poor directly. These are just examples. I am not super adept at explaining in the right lingo, but hopefully this all makes sense. I would be interested in learning how this type of investing compares to more just profit oriented companies that are not necessarily known for being socially responsible. Not sure if this makes sense, but I’d be glad to try to explain it more.

    • Excellent… thanks for the thoughtful comment. I’ll definitely invest some time in this subject in the New Year. It makes sense… no further explanation required. Do you have any specific companies in mind? I imagine if this is a passion of yours, then you already chose to purchase products from companies that you view as more socially responsible.

  2. Best of luck with the giveaway.
    Miss T @ Prairie EcoThrifter recently posted..How to Save Money on Transport CostsMy Profile

  3. Not to be a pessimist, but I’d love to see you cover ways to bounce back if a company whose stock you’ve invested in goes bankrupt or if you suffer a considerable financial loss from a particular investment. What are the possible warning signs or thresholds that would signal one to consider selling a stock, and what is the key to rebuilding one’s portfolio after a big loss? Thanks!

    • Thanks Geoff… that’s not pessimism… it’s realism. I’d be pleased to write a series on recovering from significant financial loss…. after all, it was that experience for some of my family and friends that led me to start this website. Stay tuned… I’ll have something like that toward the end of this month!

  4. The best way to start investing for someone with a low income.

  5. I would like to see some posts about investing in company stock and when to sell it/buy it.

    • Thanks Joseph… you may want to check out the 5 for 5 guarantee which has some abbreviated stock information but specific buy/sell points that I’m using each day.

  6. I’d like to learn about index funds.

  7. I’d like to learn more about how I can invest myself, without hiring someone else to do it for me… I see those online program-things advertised all the time and I’m curious about them but also scared to try it out because I know almost nothing about investing!

    • Andrea… you’re one of the main reasons I created this website. You don’t need those “programs” when there are some great free resources here for you. Feel free to email me any questions you have… I’d be happy to help as I’m able to do so.

  8. I’d like to read about how to “safely” invest in the stock market. For instance the best ways to get stock market exposure without risking everything.

  9. I would love to see you cover some investment tips for a young person who has just finished college and might not have a lot of money but wants to start investing it correctly.

    • Sounds great Amber… I’d love to help you and others get started right. No sense learning the hard way when so many others have already made the mistakes.

  10. the best ways to invest with alow price , triks to beginers also thanks a lot

  11. So I just wrote on my site about my big loss in investing (The post “How I lost $5200 Investing), and basically I am very hesitant to start trading. I’d love to see you discuss where a person should start…should someone buy their 1st place before getting into trading? Or can trading start at anytime? And isn’t a lot of it very personal when it comes to individual investing? I would love to hear your opinions!

  12. I’d like to see information regarding income-producing options strategies.
    Khaleef @ KNS Financial recently posted..Unexpected Financial Blessings…What’s Your Story?My Profile

  13. I am hoping to learn even just the basics about investing in the stock market in 2012…It is something I am just starting to get interested in, so I am an extreme novice.

    • Excellent… Thanks Gina. I’m planning on focusing a little more on the “newbie” investor in 2012… so I look forward to your contributions.

  14. I’d like to hear what you have to say about investing as a first timer and with limited funds.

  15. The thing I most want to hear discussed is why the stock market keeps plunging in 2011 and if we can expect that to happen in 2012 as well.

  16. I’d like to see you talk about the situation in EUrope

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