TYKR - LTD Tool Dashboard - Plan Web Apps


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Find low risk, high reward stocks in a flash

About TYKR

Do you feel like stock investing is too confusing, too time-consuming, or too risky? It doesn’t have to be!


TYKR gives you the power to manage your own investments, reduce risk, and beat the market along the way.

All it takes is 15 minutes per week – TYKR does all the hard work for you.

If you ever considered investing on your own but don’t know where to start, TYKR is your solution.

TYKR safely guides you through your investment journey by finding on-sale stocks and showing you why those stocks are on sale, giving you the confidence that you’re making a wise investment.

As you continue to use TYKR, your investment skills and confidence will increase, and you’ll save money while doing it on your own.

Easy to use dashboard

Use the TYKR dashboard to review all the stock data you need to make educated investment decisions.

Layman’s Terms Language

On the “why” page TYKR shows you the scores on an individual stock and explains to you how it’s graded.

Know exactly when to Buy or Sell

The stock summary tells you exactly what you should do. If a stock is on sale, you should buy, if it’s overpriced it’s time to sell.

Is TYKR used for investing or trading?


The fundamental difference between investing and trading is Investing allows your money to work for you whereas trading you are still working for money like any other job.

I don’t know about you, but I like making money while I sleep, while I’m enjoying hobbies, and while I’m on vacation. With trading, you can’t do that.


Investing is the strategy of buying stocks that are ON SALE and allowing your money to make MORE money (leverage the power of compound interest). This is a safe, conservative, and passive approach.

Trading on the other hand is a high-risk strategy of buying a stock or option and selling the same day (day trading) or selling within a short period of time such as 30, 60, or 90 days (swing trading).


Investing requires 15 minutes per week whereas trading requires more than 4 hours per day. In fact, I know some traders that trade 8 – 12 hours per day.


When you invest in stocks that are ON SALE, you have a high probability of making money consistently. For example, with TYKR, I’ve been earning between 15% and 50% consistently for five years.

With trading, you have a high probability of losing money consistently. In fact, I know a specific trader who made 5 percent last year but the previous 9 years return was between -20% and -5%. I don’t know about you but losing money isn’t attractive.

Reduce Risk, Save Money and Invest Confidently.

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