What is Profit Watch?
Profit Watch is a daily publication focused on one single philosophy: to hunt out and anticipate the world’s hottest trends and stock market opportunities, and then report them to you.
Our belief is simple. Whether the market is going up, down or sideways there are always potentially profitable trends to exploit. And that’s what the Profit Watch daily e-letter is all about — taking a pure, unapologetic, opportunistic approach to the markets.
In each issue, we aim to help you cut through the daily mainstream headlines to give you an edge for your investments, market insights and the best opportunities for RIGHT NOW.
It’s your front row seat to all the profitable areas of the market.
What does Profit Watch offer you?
Profit Watch provides free and paid research and investment ideas to help individuals seek out what’s hot right now, and what’s likely to be hot for the foreseeable future.
It’s your source for up-to-the-minute market commentary, connecting the dots between seemingly random news stories (contrary to popular belief, nothing is random), telling you what they really mean, and how you can anticipate big trends so you’re in position as they play out.
Monday to Friday, you’ll hear from editor Callum Newman on the financial stories, investments and ideas we believe warrant your attention.
How much does it cost to sign-up for Profit Watch?
Profit Watch is 100% FREE.
The only ‘cost’ for our research is your willingness to receive regular supplemental emails promoting our products. But you can be assured that we only ever promote ideas or offers that we deem worthy of your attention.
How often do I receive Profit Watch?
Profit Watch is published five times per week, Monday to Friday. Although you may get a compelling idea or a promotional offer on Saturdays and Sundays too.
What else do I receive as part of my subscription to Profit Watch?
By joining Profit Watch, you receive our unmatched investment research. You’ll also gain access to a wealth of additional free resources that aim to make you a smarter, wiser and more informed investor. These resources include:
- Access to our Free Report archives, featuring valuable investment advice, research and tips covering a broad range of topics, including technology, resources, small cap stocks and the economic trends we see playing out.
- Unrestricted access to our archives of Profit Watch articles.
- Regular discounts to our premium products
Does Profit Watch offer individual investment advice?
Nothing published by Profit Watch should be considered personalised investment advice. We neither manage money nor provide individual investment advice. No communication by our employees to you should ever be deemed as personal investment advice.
All readers of Profit Watch should consult their financial advisor or broker about any investment and should gain a better understanding of the terminology before making any investment decision. Although our employees may answer your general customer service questions, they are not licensed under securities laws to address your particular individual investment situation.
How do I contact Profit Watch?
You can email us at: email@example.com
Telephone: 1300 029 501 or +61 3 8657 3902
Postal Address: Attn. Agora Financial Australia, PO Box 713, South Melbourne, VIC 3205
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What are the risks of investing?
There are always risks with all securities and derivatives. Their prices may fall as well as rise, and there is a chance you could lose your entire investment.
We will alert our readers to the key risks of any securities we recommend based on our analysis and facts. Note that these risk ratings are general in nature. We do not guarantee the performance of any securities or derivatives we recommend.
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As indicated above, we provide general financial product advice only. We do not provide personal product advice. You should consult a financial adviser or stockbroker who is licensed to provide you with personal financial product advice if you require any advice or if you require assistance in determining your particular risk profile.
It is also important to speak with a financial advisor in order to better understand these risks and market terminology to help assist you in making better decisions for your long-term portfolio.