2019 was one for the books - we're closing on new market highs, after all. We're ending the year during the longest bull run in history. But people aren't exactly celebrating. You see, the second the door closes on 2019, everyone's eyes are going...
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On Monday, stocks closed higher for the fourth trading day in a row while all three major indices hit new all-time highs.
It’s the back half of December, and it looks as though we’re on track to close down 2019 as a banner year.
Clearly, the bullish trend is strong – but it can’t last forever. Now is the time to take advantage of this market…
Before it’s too late.
There are a lot of ways to play the upward movement, but today I want to show you the best – and easiest – way to follow the trend.
Here’s how to profit off the bull run before the bears take over…
We’re right in the thick of the holiday season…
Meaning we’re smackdab in the middle of the biggest shopping season of the year.
But while we’re busy shelling out cash to every buy-one-get-one 50% off deal in our inbox, retailers are counting up their profits, stuffing a wallet that’s already too heavy to hold.
One owner of that hefty wallet is, unsurprisingly, the biggest online retailer in the world, Amazon.
Last year, Amazon made more than $3 million in profit during the fourth quarter – a 20% increase from the year prior.
And this time around, the ecommerce giant is going even bigger. Amazon pulled out all the stops for the holiday season, from a “12 days of deals” campaign to speedy one-day shipping.
There’s no question that the holidays are a huge cash cow for Amazon. The question here is how you can take a chunk of that change for yourself.
Here’s not only one, but two ways to play Amazon for profits – without buying a single share of stock…
It’s the holiday season, and man, the markets are feeling pretty merry.
In fact, they’re setting all-time highs for the longest bull run in history!
Typically, a bull run like this would have investors swimming in profit. But trade wars and impeachment news are dominating the headlines, and high risk is threatening to keep people on the sidelines.
We may be just a tweet away from a major market correction, but that doesn’t mean you have to get out now and run for the hills. Instead, it’s time to protect your profits… and maybe even increase them while you’re at it.
The last thing you want to experience is a major loss in your portfolio while you’re sipping the holiday eggnog.
Here’s an easy way to insure your stocks for free – and even a credit – just in time for the holidays…
Last weekend, I did something stupid.
After spending the weekend in Orlando, I drove two hours back to my home in Sarasota – only to realize I left my laptop at the hotel.
Fortunately, it was still there, sitting in the corner of the conference room where I’d left it.
Unfortunately, I had to drive an extra two hours there and back to retrieve it. But I always try to find the silver lining in a situation like this…
And in this case, it was obvious.
My brother-in-law was kind enough to take the ride with me, and during the long four hours he asked me, “What stocks go up during the holidays?”
It ignited a long conversation about the best stocks to play in December – and along the way, we uncovered some incredible trading opportunities.
So incredible, in fact, that I just can’t keep them between the two of us. Today, I want to share with you exactly what those opportunities are.
Here are the best stocks to play during the market’s upcoming “Santa Claus rally…”
This past weekend was the biggest holiday shopping event of the year.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, you name it – nowadays, it’s just one big weekend packed with deals at every store you could think of. Gone are the days you’d line up outside Walmart, ready to shove your way through the crowd for the best deal on a new flat-screen TV.
Now, the majority of holiday shopping is online. It seemed like my email was bombarded every single minute with a new deal that I just couldn’t miss.
And now, one week later, it feels as though Black Friday and Cyber Monday took all my money. I know I’m not alone either. According to Adobe Analytics, Black Friday online sales made $7.4 billion this year – the second-largest online shopping day ever.
But there’s a way to make all that money back – and then some…
One company is rising above the rest thanks to last weekend’s sales, and now is the perfect time to cash in.
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Leftovers are in the freezer, shopping deals are over, and the relatives have packed up and gone home – Thanksgiving weekend is officially over. December is here.
The final month of the year tends to evoke a lot of worries from market bears. You see, we still have a lot on the table…
Trade war disputes, global issues, the short holiday season – not to mention last December, which was one of the worst since the Great Depression. It’s safe to say that the market is heading into the end of 2019 with fear.
But we don’t need to be scared of the unknown. Because today, I’m using a proven market predictor to show you exactly what to expect as the year comes to a close.
Here are the hottest and coldest stocks you’ll see this December – and how to play them…