Three Reasons This ETF Could Make 2019 Your Richest Year Ever

Sometimes, finding the “perfect” stock to trade is akin to finding a needle in a haystack. But why waste time trying to find the needle when you can just trade the haystack itself?

By “haystack,” I’m referring to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) – collections of securities that track an underlying index. They’re typically thought of as safer bets than specific stocks when it comes to trading.

And here’s a secret – I have a favorite. It’s one of the most lucrative ways to make money out there…

Take my Weekly Money Call readers, for example. It’s only July, and so far this year, this ETF has handed them 400.4% in profits. And there’s five and a half months left in 2019 – so we’re just getting started. (You can learn how to join them by clicking this link now)

But per usual, the talking heads on the financial news networks are telling a different story. According to them, this ETF is too expensive.

If you’re talking to me, however, I say the bang is worth the buck. And today, I’m going to show you three different charts that prove just that.

With this ETF, you could spend the rest of 2019 raking in cash…


This NBA Team’s Disastrous Year Could Be Your Wallet’s Best One Yet

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The National Basketball Association – better known as the NBA – is one of the biggest franchises in America. It has more viewers than both Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Hockey League (NHL), and it continues to grow every single year.

This past season, the average NBA team was worth $1.9 billion. That’s up over 13% from last year and three times the average from five years ago.

At the top of that list is the New York Knicks, worth over $4 billion, as the second most valuable sports franchise in the country.

But on June 20, 2019, the NBA draft ended in disaster for the Knicks. The results could tear the entire franchise apart – and even take investors’ portfolios down with it.

But there’s a way to make a fortune off of the number one NBA team’s epic downfall…

And all you need is this strategy