I am about to tell you something that flies in the face of conventional wisdom. If you believe me, you could make a pile of money in a hurry. If not, I will do my best to change your mind.
Let me explain.
Wall Street and legions of academics, economists, and accountants want you to believe that more information equals better profits.
In fact, there's a good argument to be made that less is more when it comes to your money, especially when it comes to quarterly reporting.
Quarterly numbers rob our economy of innovation and opportunity. Worse, they rob YOU of the profits that go with both.
How many times have you seen numbers released that should have made stocks pop, only to watch them head lower? How many times have you seen otherwise terrible information turn into huge gains? And how many times has that worked against you, because you didn't know how to "see through" the shenanigans?
Now – and this is very important – ask yourself how different your profits would be if you had the knowledge to see through this, to correctly anticipate which way company stocks would move, and why.
You could enjoy bigger, faster, and more consistent profit potential, year in, year out, in all sorts of market conditions.
I'll share one of my favorite metrics in a moment – one that will help you see through the quarterly noise in pursuit of life-changing wealth and turn less into more (profitably).