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Episode 54 – Don’t Get Fooled Again



Investors are continually getting fooled. Why? Because they don’t have a sound process for making investment decisions and instead rely on business news for the latest and greatest investments — which often end up being wrong.

Mark Pearson doesn’t want you to be fooled again.

Today, Mark breaks down the importance of understanding that investing is not about what you hear on television. Instead, it’s a process that requires clarity and discipline. 

In this episode, you‘ll learn:

  • How to avoid getting fooled by investment decisions 
  • Why timing is so important when making an investment agreement
  • Ways to use volatility when buying and selling 
  • How to effectively use stocks as a long-term investment 
  • And more!

Investing is a straightforward process. Tune in now and learn why it all comes down to investing in great businesses at the right time!

Resources:  Nepsis | Blog: Won’t Get Fooled Again


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Episode 27 – Understanding Your Portfolio and Why You Own What You Own



Earlier this month, Mark Pearson received an email from someone who was questioning Nepsis’ top 10 stock market predictions for 2019. While some people may have been offended by this opinionated email, Mark sees it as an opportunity to prove to his listeners that Nepsis’ predictions reinforce the successful past that they’ve experienced and the importance of investing with clarity.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why Mark recommends that investors stick to the basics when it comes to stock market purchases
  • The importance of knowing what you own in your portfolio and, more importantly, why you own it
  • Why you shouldn’t check on your investments daily, weekly, or even monthly if you want to get an accurate understanding of what they are worth
  • Why volatility isn’t necessarily a bad thing
  • And more!

Tune in now to learn about Nepsis’ 2019 stock market predictions and gain clarity!

Resources:  Nepsis | Top 10 Stock Market Predictions for 2019