I get the same question every time we double our reader’s money:
“How do I handle the really big gains?
I mean, what should I do now that my stock has zoomed past 100%. Cash out? Hold? Load up on more? What’s the best move to make now?”
Clearly this is a great “problem” to have. And, I admit, every time I get this question, it gratifies me to know I’m doing my job: Helping my readers make a bundle investing in tech.
Yet, it’s completely understandable why many investors, not use to making so much money and experiencing the thrill of victory, suddenly freeze when facing the daunting prospect of ‘what to do next.’
The last thing you want to see is your gains skyrocket past 100%, and then watch your profits dwindle as the stock recedes.
That’s why today, I’m going to show you one simple strategy that can ensure this never happens to you.
It’s a strategy I follow to a T every time I double my money.
And it’s incredibly easy.
In fact, this single strategy accomplishes something absolutely critical for your future investing success: It removes risk… while still giving you the chance for infinite upside.