Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 7, 2006
The SafelyWealthy.com Fantasy Portfolio has grown 26.6% since May 1st. President and CEO of SafelyWealthy.com Christopher T Yeager attributes its success to solid portfolio management and a sound investing strategy. "I believe with strong portfolio management techniques, some patience, and a lot of discipline," said Yeager. "An investor can create huge amounts of wealth while limiting their downside risk."
The SafelyWealthy.com Fantasy Portfolio was started May 1, 2006. It started with $10,000 in fantasy cash and adds $500 per month in new cash. Dividends are reinvested and trades cost the portfolio $10. It is designed to mimic exactly what an individual investor can expect when investing in the market. "Numbers can be very confusing for an investor. There is no real standard for comparison in the news," said Yeager. "We wanted to show the individual investor exactly what is possible in the market."
The SafelyWealthy.com Fantasy Portfolio uses a total portfolio growth formula to measure its results. The formula takes into account capital appreciation, dividend reinvestment, and capital additions to come up with a total return. "We believe this formula accurately reflects what an individual investor should expect from their own portfolio," Yeager said.
SafelyWealthy.com is based outside of Cleveland, OH. They offer an exclusive, members only investing community. Members get full access to the Fantasy Portfolio, a Premium Stock Tip of the Week, a Discussion Forum, Member Alerts, and other useful investing articles geared toward the individual investor. They advocate a two portfolio strategy to take advantage of short term swings as well as the long term upward trends of the market. "This strategy gives the individual the best of both worlds. They can make some short term trades for a quick profit, but they don't have to worry about sacrificing their retirement," said Yeager.
SafelyWealthy.com also offers a Free Stock Tip of the Week Newsletter. Subscribers receive a new stock to either trade or buy long term. A more in depth analysis and strategy for the Stock Tip of the Week is available to members of the site.