Olympic men’s swimming ended yesterday. And unless Michael Phelps changes his mind again, this is the last time you’ll see him compete.
As the most decorated Olympian of all time, Phelps was already the richest swimmer in the world before the Rio games. His net worth is estimated to be around $55 million, with 98% of his earnings coming from endorsements alone.
So companies need to strike now to get his name and face on as many of their products as possible… before it’s too late.
But three companies in particular have already taken the lead. And thanks to Phelps’ 28 medals, they stand to bring in billions more in profits.
The first one may surprise you… Continue reading…
Let’s face it… the main goal for most traders is to beat the markets.
And there are thousands of books out there that promise to reveal the single method for beating the market. Some have even made it to the New York Times’ best seller list.
The problem is… they’re just not accurate.
Truthfully, there’s no ONE way to beat the stock market.
And even if you’ve had some luck following “that one” tactic, it’s just not a winning strategy to use in the long run. Actually, you risk losing profits you’ve made so far and your immediate (and future) capital.
So forget those 100 “only ways” you’ve seen to beat the markets.
This three-fold approach will tell you the direction a stock is heading, how much money you can make, and how long you have to capture those profits.
It’s a solid strategy no matter how experienced you are – and one that works in any market environment.
Now let’s get to it… Continue reading…