Peter Burke, The Investing Pioneer

My name is Peter Burke, and I want to ask you a question. What does it take to be a successful investor? Is it having a grasp on the risk vs reward equation? Is it mastering technical analysis? Is it having access to capital? Or is it just plain old luck, like a gambler hitting a straight flush? Well, in my opinion, it’s none of those things. The key ingredient that makes a great investor is KNOWLEDGE.

We’re living in an era where computer algorithms trade faster than a room full of a billion stock brokers could ever dream of. These “trading bots” are computer programs that have invaded the stock market. They analyze huge amounts of market data, including news articles, social media sentiment, and market trends. These bots use complex mathematical models to identify profitable trading opportunities and execute trades at lightning-fast speeds, taking advantage of small price movements in real-time.

It’s no use trying to beat these bots at their own game, so what can you do? Well, keep reading, and you’ll find out.

Now, I may be too old to be bothered with Twitter or Reddit, but I’m also aware of their power, and I don’t dismiss them lightly. Take WallStreetBets, for instance. It’s a subreddit on Reddit, where individual investors share and discuss investment ideas, primarily focused on stocks. The subreddit gained widespread attention in early 2021 when its members coordinated a buying frenzy of shares of GameStop (GME), a struggling video game retailer, leading to a dramatic increase in its stock price.

The GME short squeeze occurred when a large number of individual investors, many of whom were members of WallStreetBets, bought up shares of GME, causing the price to soar. This put pressure on hedge funds and other institutional investors who had bet against (or “shorted”) the stock, expecting it to decline in value. These short-sellers were eventually forced to buy back the stock at higher prices to cover their losses, which further drove up the stock price.

This wasn’t some insider knowledge available only to billionaire hedge fund investors; quite the opposite. What these investors did was talk openly about what they were doing and why. Anyone who could read could freely read it on the public forum.

The WallStreetBets community has almost 14 million subscribers. Imagine every subscriber investing $1,000 into a single stock. That’s $14 billion of capital. It makes WallStreetBets one of the biggest hedge funds in the world. If you ignore it, you do so at your own financial peril.

The GME short squeeze was fueled in part by a sense of solidarity among these individual investors who saw the short-selling activity by big centralized hedge funds as predatory and sought to challenge it. Members of WallStreetBets also used social media to encourage others to buy the stock, creating a self-reinforcing cycle of demand that sent the stock price skyrocketing.

Now, let me ask you, do you want to spend all day reading Reddit to catch these waves? Well, if you’re like me, I bet you don’t! That’s where Investing Pioneer comes in. I’ve leveraged AI technology and have created a computer algorithm of my own. My bot doesn’t make lightning-fast trades, but it does digest and consume massive amounts of information at lightning-fast speeds and summarizes the activity in an easily digestible, readable format. I then take that information and share it with you. Why? Because knowledge is the secret to being a great investor, and why shouldn’t people our age have a little fun riding these waves too?

Building this algorithm wasn’t an easy task by the way. The amount of data is staggering.

Think about this. According to Reddit’s 2020 Year in Review report, there were over 303.4 million posts made on the platform in 2020, which is an average of around 831,000 posts per day. In the same year, there were over 2.4 billion comments made on the platform, which is an average of around 6.6 million comments per day! 

Simply by being a diligent reader of my newsletter “Investing Pioneer” you get one heck of a secret weapon. My bot will scour the filthy men’s locker room called Wall Street Bets so that you don’t have to. I’ll distill the information and give you the WALLSTREET WORD. 

So, whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, having access to accurate and timely information can be the key to making informed decisions and staying ahead of the curve. And that’s where services like Investing Pioneer come in. With our cutting-edge technology and expert analysis, we’re able to sift through the noise and provide you with actionable insights that can help you achieve your investment goals.

But it’s not just about having access to the right information. It’s also about having the right mindset. Knowledge is the secret to being a great investor, but it’s not just about knowing what to do. It’s about having the discipline and patience to see it through.

Investing can be a rollercoaster ride, with plenty of ups and downs along the way. But if you’re able to stay focused on your goals and make rational decisions based on the information at hand, you’ll be well on your way to achieving success in the world of investing.

So, if you’re ready to take your investments to the next level, consider signing up for Investing Pioneer today. With our innovative technology and experienced team of analysts, we’re confident that we can help you achieve your financial goals and build the kind of wealth that will last a lifetime.

Peter Burke
Managing Director

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