FAQ

GoToWebinar Instructions

I'm having trouble logging in to the GoToWebinar application. What am I doing wrong?

There are several ways to join a webinar. Joining a webinar requires registration through an invitation link or email but no prior configuration to your computer.

Note: When joining a webinar, you can also conference into the session using the conference call information provided by the organizer.

Step 1: Register for the Webinar

Note: You will receive a link to the specific webinar registration page in an email prior to the event date.

To register for a webinar:

  1. Open the email that contains the Webinar Invitation.
  2. Click the link provided in the email to register for the webinar.
  3. Complete the Registration form.
  4. Click Register Now.
  5. You will receive a confirmation email providing you with a unique link to join the webinar.

Step 2: Join the Webinar

To join a webinar from a confirmation or reminder email:

  1. Open the confirmation or reminder email for the webinar event.
  2. Click the link provided in the email to join the webinar.
  3. If prompted, click Yes, Trust or Always to accept the download. If the automatic download does not occur, follow the instructions on the download web page to do it manually.
  4. If prompted, enter the webinar password. If a password is required, this would have been provided in a separate communication from the webinar organizer.

You will be entered into the Waiting Room. The Attendee Control Panel and GoToWebinar Viewer will appear when the organizer starts the webinar.

To join a webinar from the GoToWebinar website:

  1. Open an Internet browser and go to www.gotowebinar.com. Click Join a Webinar at the top of the page. Or you can go to www.joinwebinar.com.
  2. On the Join the Webinar window, enter the Webinar ID you received from your webinar organizer (see your confirmation or reminder email).
  3. If prompted, complete the Registration form.
  4. If prompted, click Yes, Trust or Always to accept the download. If the automatic download does not occur, follow the instructions on the download web page to do it manually.
  5. If prompted, enter the webinar password. If a password is required, this would have been provided in a separate communication from the webinar organizer.

You will be entered into the Waiting Room. The Attendee Control Panel and GoToWebinar Viewer Window will appear when the organizer starts the webinar.

To join a webinar from your desktop:

  1. If GoToWebinar is already installed on your computer, you can double-click the GoToWebinar "daisy" icon on your desktop or double-click the GoToWebinar icon on a Mac and select Join a Webinar.
  2. On the Join a Session window, enter the Webinar ID you received in an email from your webinar organizer.
  3. If prompted, complete the Registration Form.
  4. If prompted, click Yes, Trust or Always to accept the download. If the automatic download does not occur, follow the instructions on the download web page to do it manually.

You will be entered into the Waiting Room. The Attendee Control Panel and GoToWebinar Viewer Window will appear when the organizer starts the webinar.

To join a webinar from your desktop (MAC):

  1. If the GoToWebinar or GoToMeeting application is already installed on your Mac, double-click the GoToWebinar or GoToMeeting "daisy" icon on your desktop or in the Finder menu and select Join.
  2. On the Join a Session window, enter the Webinar ID you received in an email from your webinar organizer.
  3. If prompted, complete the Registration Form.
  4. Once you have registered, click on the webinar link in the email from your webinar organizer at the time of the webinar.

You will be entered into the Waiting Room. The Attendee Control Panel and GoToWebinar Viewer will appear when the organizer starts the webinar.

For more information about using the GoToWebinar service, please visit the support page of the GoToWebinar site. There you can find additional information about logging in to the application, error resolution and troubleshooting tips, and training videos that detail all aspects of the GoToWebinar service.

Trouble with Text and Images

When I look at the emails or the website, I can't see the images and the text is hard to read. How can I fix it?

Your web browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.) may be out of date. For the best security and performance on this and other web sites, we recommend that you upgrade your browser to the latest version. It's quick and easy! Either accept your browser's next automated reminder to upgrade or go to http://browsehappy.com and select your browser of choice to download and install the latest version.

Personal Portfolio Advice

Can you look over my portfolio and give me personalized investing advice?

Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to do that. Due to SEC regulations, my staff and I are prohibited from offering personal portfolio advice or discussing investments that are not specifically recommended in Cash Machine. As a result, the best way to find out what I'm thinking and recommending is to continue reading the weekly updates and newsletters.

Stop Losses

What about protective stop prices on the issues we are buying? Is there some "fire escape" price for each issue at which point we should sell our holdings? Or should we ride out the dips, as long as the business prospects of the issue look good for the long haul?

I normally won't recommend sell stops. If the story is intact, then I believe riding out the dips is acceptable.

Taxable or Tax-Deferred

Could you make it crystal clear for each choice whether it makes the most sense to hold them in taxable or tax-deferred accounts?

Tax treatments change EVERY year and the best way to know what the tax implications are is to visit the homepage of each holding. Usually, they provide very detailed information on tax treatment.

Retirement or Taxable Account

Would it make sense to purchase these income-producing investments in a "retirement" account? Or should they primarily be purchased in a taxable account?

These are ideal for retirement accounts. You don't have to deal with the many tax implications of each class of security.

Premium Income

What is Premium Income?

If you're a Cash Machine subscriber who's interested in generating additional income from our high-yield portfolio, then Premium Income add-on service was designed just for you.

In Premium Income, we use the very popular, conservative strategy of selling covered calls to create extra payouts on stocks we're already holding for long-term capital gains. That way, as time goes on we'll be collecting more and more dividends while also selling calls multiple times to augment our annual yield with this regular option-premium income.

Selling covered calls on stocks you already own is a great way to create an instant payout for yourself...and if done repeatedly (and correctly!) then it amounts to a new source of income on your existing holdings. That's why this option-selling method is so popular and beneficial, especially for those investing in a retirement account.

On the second Monday of each month, there is a special section of the Cash Machine monthly issue that is available only to Premium Income subscribers. This is where I provide my covered-call recommendations, as well as any updates on current holdings or potential opportunities that are on the horizon.

All of the positions are based on Cash Machine stocks, so my expectation is that you already own the shares. If so, then you're already well-prepared to participate in these recommendations...even if you're the most risk-averse income investor…and even if you've never dealt with options before.

Bryan's 25% Cash Machine Book

How do I purchase Bryan's 25% Cash Machine book?

Bryan's book discussed how to use high-yield strategies to generate exceptional cash flow and produce long-term capital appreciation. You can purchase Bryan's book at a local bookstore or by visiting here.

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