Newsvesting is an easy-to-follow and systematic method to use news and public opinion to make your investment and financial decisions and create personal wealth. Newsvesting allows investors to use their gut instinct as part of the investment process, and does so by making it a well-informed and more confident part of their decision making.
Newsvesting is understanding the impact of today’s news on personal investments. What if individuals could, at their own speed and using their own skills, learn to feel comfortable enough to guide their financial investments using readily available news, opinions, and analysis?
It’s not only possible, but it can have the very same results that the software makers and online algorithm-based predictive sites do. The difference is it’s done in a more methodical manner, one that keeps individual investor’s gut instinct as part of the process, and does so by making it a well-informed and more confident part of the process as well.
In recent years it has become fashionable for truly astute investors and financial pundits to suggest that relying on news reports is a risky way to create a portfolio. They indicate there is a professional way to make use of news and public opinion, and it is through sophisticated algorithms, not more rudimentary approaches, including, one would guess, common sense.
Matt Towery does not buy those arguments. In Newsvesting, he shows readers how to take news, public opinion surveys and the vast amount of information available and use it to create and maintain their own investment strategies.