2012 New Year Trading Stocks to Make Money

It’s 2012 and a new year of trading stocks to make money. Here at Invest in the Markets, we aim to preserve capital, minimize risk, and maximize returns… and that won’t change in the new year. However, let me share a few things you’ll enjoy in 2012 to assist you with your investment plans. Oh, and if you’re looking to offer suggestions, go ahead… they are always welcome here as we gear this site for you and your needs!

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This year, we’ll be continuing with several features you’ve become accustomed to including:

  • Clear, precise educational articles for all levels
  • Weekend Newsletter for Subscribers
  • Stock analysis
  • Investment Strategies
  • Best Canadian Stocks
  • Best US Stocks

In addition, we’ll be adding some really cool features this year to help you, especially you newbies! Here’s a brief sample:

So join me in the days ahead, check out these opportunities, and sign up for the upcoming free webinar. Let me help you in 2012, this new year, to make money trading stocks!

20 Comments
  1. Sounds like a great plan for 2012! Especially looking forward to your info for us newbies!
    Pam at MoneyTrail recently posted..Teaching Your Kids About Money in 2012My Profile

    • Thanks Pam. I trust you’ll feel more confident about your ability to invest in the markets and make money as a result!

    • Second that! Also excited to read more about CDN stocks, a lot of info I’m finding is about the US.

      • You’re so right Andrea. In fact, the lack of CDN stocks is why I started this site in part… so I’m glad to see a growing US and CND community here!

  2. I’m definitely tuning in, I have very limited experience with stock but would love to learn more.
    Shaun @ Money Cactus recently posted..10 Things To Live By For 2012My Profile

  3. Learned a lot from you about minimizing risk and maximum profit. Looking forward for great 2012. BTW, are you still planning to update your blog http://usstockoftheday.blogspot.com/ daily like you used to or going to focus on investinmarkets.com. I have seen you have not been updating other blog daily since dec-2011 like you used to. Let me know ( i am not missing anything as i am member but just wondering).

    • Hey there… thanks for the great question. Yes, I’ll be updating it too starting next week. I wanted to give some attention to this site, but expect to start fresh in 2012 with the stock of the day!

  4. Im Looking forward to these tips – i’d really like to get into the market this year, much more than I have in years past, anyway.
    Jeff @ Sustainable Life Blog recently posted..Health Goals 2012My Profile

    • Hey Jeff… thanks for the comment. I’m wondering why you have more interest in getting “into the market this year”? Would love to know…

  5. I have an idea. What to you think about Forex trading category?
    Alex @ PipBurner recently posted..Pivot Point Calculation in Forex TradingMy Profile

  6. Looking forward to your posts and always interesting in learning more about investing!
    Dr Dean recently posted..A Fortune: Is A Lost Claim Owed To You?My Profile

  7. Certainly time to start learning about these things although our experience has not been particularly good so far!
    John@MoneyPrinciple recently posted..Get your ducks in line: goal setting for high impactMy Profile

    • Many people’s experience investing has not been good… especially in the past few years. It’s those experiences, and the desire to help others become successful investors, that has inspired me to create this website!

  8. What a volatile 2011! Hope things stabilize and look forward to your posts. Happy New Year!

  9. Really extensive list – thank you for sharing your 2012 Investment plan! It’s really hard to find good resources on stocks trading, so I appreciate the your post.

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