INSIDER WEEKLY FAQ
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Insider Weekly is a subscription to a newsletter, delivered via email each week. In there, you’ll get our latest thinking on the markets we’re interested in, including 5 or so trade ideas from our trade desk.
You pay $1 for the first 30 days, and then $35 per month to continue receiving the newsletter. You can cancel at any time by submitting this form.
Insider Weekly is a standalone part of the full subscription to Insider. This is where we have an official portfolio, research reports explaining our reasoning behind each of the trades, a community forum, a monthly Q&A with our head traders and much more. You can view what’s in the full subscription here
We can’t answer that. With asymmetric opportunities like the ones we publish, we recommend 1% – 2% positions. That way, if the trade doesn’t go your way, you only lose 1% – 2%, but if it works out, you make much more. This video explains our strategy.
Guidance on how to invest in our portfolio stocks and manage money in general is included in the full Insider subscription (along with Insider Weekly). If you’re subscribed to Insider Weekly only, it’s assumed you know how to buy a stock. This video goes through how we allocate capital and use position sizing to manage risk. If you need more guidance, consider joining Insider or joining us at Glenorchy Capital.
We are investors who are looking for safe ways to multiply our capital. That usually means buying things when they’re cheap and unpopular, which means it’s not unusual to have a multi year view on any one position.
Interactive Brokers. We don’t get paid for saying that, it’s what we use because they’re the cheapest, with the widest access to the world’s markets.
Yes, providing you’re an accredited investor. Go here to find out more.
Yep, that’s probably because it’s been in a bear market for a decade and is e.g. 90% off its previous highs. On a relative basis, a .5% move could look like an 80% move on a short time scale. This is something true, long term investors have to stomach, but it’s also how we make 5x, 10x or 100x – when a stock goes back to or surpases its previous highs.