No matter what you may have been told by the talking heads in the mainstream media, there’s only one true way to get rich in the stock market – and it’s not the ol’ “buy and hold” strategy.
Now don’t get me wrong…
It’s true that you can make some money investing in stocks and mutual funds. But the most you’re looking at on average (in a good year) is only about a 10% return. And to maximize your profits, you’ll likely need to hang onto those investments for 10, 15, or even 20 years.
But you don’t have to wait that long to get back what’s rightfully yours.
In fact, you can make up to 1,163.48% gains in as little as four days.
And it’s as easy as this…
First, in August, came the news that Disney was pulling all of its content from Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) in order to start its own streaming business. This created a frenzy in the mainstream media, with the pundits arguing between themselves about whether or not the streaming goliath could even survive.
Then, in October, the stock fell 1% after the indefinite suspension of one of its star shows, House of Cards, following multiple serious Kevin Spacey allegations.
And now, we know that Ann Mather, who serves on Netflix’s Board of Directors, sold 3,885 shares of the stock for $777,000.00 back on November 7.
All of these developments have got investors and traders nervous about putting any money down – and understandably so.
The good news is… you can actually profit no matter if NFLX skyrockets or plummets from here.
All you need is this trade setup…
Yet again, Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA) claimed the throne of highest-grossing ecommerce sales day ever on “Singles Day,” exceeding $1 billion in just the first two minutes, $8.6 billion in the first hour, and a record-breaking $25.3 billion for the day.
To put this in perspective, that’s more money than last year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales ($6.5 billion) and Amazon’s 2017 Prime Day (estimated between $600 million and $1 billion) – combined.
And now, you’ve got an exclusive opportunity to claim your share of the cash – for pennies on the dollar.
Every year around this time, I get hundreds of emails from friends, former students, and subscribers asking me the same question: what are the markets going to do this holiday season?
Many traders are understandably worried. Volume and liquidity can both drop precipitously during holiday-shortened trading weeks as Wall Streeters take time off to be with their families.
It’s no wonder they want to have an idea of what’s going to happen ahead of time.
And that’s just what I’m going to show you today…
Back in September, I showed you the number one ETF to have in your portfolio right now.
Since then, it’s already gained 12.7% – with my proprietary tools predicting an even bigger move higher from here.
And I’m going to show you the easiest way to cash in on this price action by December 15.
Now let’s get started…
7,000 brick and mortar retail stores have closed this year. That beats the number closed during the 2008 recession and we could see as many as 1,600 more close before New Year’s.
And this includes “anchor” stores like Macy’s, Inc. (M), Nordstrom, Inc. (JWN), and Sear’s Holding Corp. (SHLD) closing many of their locations (Macy’s is closing 68 stores this year alone).
This presents a huge problem for anyone wanting to put their money on retail.
The good news is there are two companies that will prove to be your best bet…
We all know the old adage: “sell in May and go away.”
All this means is that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has returned an average of 0.3% between May 1 and October 31, and 7.5% between November 1 and April 30.
And it’s done this without fail, for 67 years.
That means, typically, most investors and traders are gearing up for a new bullish pattern (since that is how the markets usually behave).
But this wasn’t like any year we’ve ever seen before.
There was little to no pullback in the markets – instead they skyrocketed to unprecedented highs, with the DJIA even hitting 23,000.
Now everyone is wondering what to do with their money next.
And these are best the two time-tested strategies to use…
The number one problem during earnings season is knowing where a stock will move after their earnings come out.
And that can make it really easy to to miss out on profits – or even lose your money entirely.
But you can exploit any company every earnings season – good or bad.
And it all boils down to this one little secret…
As you already know (it’s impossible to miss), President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and his business partner, Rick Gates, were indicted on charges ranging from hiding overseas payments to conspiracy to defraud the U.S. On top of that, another former foreign policy adviser, George Papadopoulos, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Now all the media pundits want you to believe that these are the single most important events of the decade – even bigger than Watergate – and that they could put an end to this historical stock market rally.
And while I agree that the poolitical impact from these events could be huge, the talking heads couldn’t be more wrong about the effect these “bombshells” will have on the markets.
In fact, there’s a much bigger development happening right now – and it’s the one thing you should really be paying attention to…