Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Tyrone Jackson, Wealth Coach and Founder of The Wealthy Investor (http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net), is pleased to announce that he will make his third appearance on San Diego Living on Thursday, October 3rd to discuss stock trading and retirement. The show airs at 9 a.m. PDT.
As more and more baby boomers enter or are about to enter retirement, Tyrone will discuss a few easy stock trading strategies that they can use to grow their retirement dollars and create income. Tyrone says, “Even if you didn't get a financial education during your prime working years, it is never too late to start earning income from your retirement dollars.”
Mr. Jackson’s program, The Wealthy Investor, teaches members how to create more income through collecting dividends and selling covered calls. According to Jackson, “Wall Street insiders sell covered calls for monthly income every single day. The big secret that most people don’t know is that anyone can do it.”
During his appearance, Jackson will cover topics such as:
On San Diego Living, Mr. Jackson will also announce his upcoming free one day live event,Beginning Strategies for Successful Investing, during which he will teach investment and stock trading strategies for growing retirement dollars and creating more monthly income. The event is scheduled for Saturday, November 2nd in Los Angeles.
According to Jackson, it makes no difference whether a person is totally new to the stock market or has been investing for years. Anyone concerned about their retirement can benefit from learning trading strategies that could allow them to create a level of wealth they had previously thought unattainable.
For more information, visit: http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net.
Tyrone Jackson, Wealth Coach & Founder of “The Wealthy Investor,” has helped hundreds of people project themselves into a wealthy life. Raised by a single mother of modest means across the bridge from New York City, with Wall Street in sight; it might as well have been a million miles away. "We had no money at all," Tyrone remembers of his upbringing. "I’d see on TV all these self-made millionaires. I said to myself, ‘This is a great country– how do I do that?’" Tyrone took charge and now splits his time between his 10-acre estate in upstate New York and his home in Malibu while leading seminars for “The Wealthy Investor” - educating others on how to take control of their financial future.