How to be a contrarian investor

We’ve all been told that the BEST investors are contrarian.

Contrarian is defined as a person who opposes or rejects popular opinion, especially in stock exchange dealing.

A contrarian basically does the opposite of what everyone else does. A great example might be investing in mobile homes. Most people think investing in mobile homes is crazy. Because of this knee-jerk reaction, they completely miss out on many amazing investment opportunities.

A contrarian investor looks for opportunities that other people run from. A contrarian investor has the courage to buy when other’s are selling. A contrarian investor “sees” opportunities that others completely miss.

Because contrarian investors buy when everyone else is selling, they have virtually no competition. This means they’re able to acquire investments at rock bottom prices. It kind of goes back to following famous saying uttered by Baron Rothschild:

“The time to buy is when there’s blood in the streets.”

Mr. Rothschild apparently made a fortune buying in the panic that followed the Battle of Waterloo.

In the July Cashflownaire Newsletter, which will be released on Friday, I share details about my most contrarian investment(s). I actually made 10 of these contrarian investments over a period of a year. I share the entire story including the ONE key thing that you must have in place to be successful with contrarian investments.

The problem with contrarian investments is that we all have a limiting belief that we don’t have the ability to capitalize on them. “I’m not a big hedge fund and don’t have access to large amounts of capital! Because I can’t buy thousands of shares at the bottom of the market, I can’t be a contrarian investor.”

This line of thinking is certainly not true.

The amount of money you have to invest has nothing to do with being a contrarian investor.

You become a contrarian investor when you do the opposite of what everyone else is doing. You buy when everyone else is selling. It doesn’t matter if you’re investing $100 or $100,000.

The cool part about being a contrarian investor is that it can be extremely profitable IF you do it correctly. I’ll show you how in the July Cashflownaire Newsletter.

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