Three Simple Rules To Improve Your Trades – Regardless of the Market’s Next Move

Editor’s Note: Tom Gentile is no stranger to delivering massive winning plays on FANG stocks like 270.37% on AMZN, 136.59% on GOOGL, and 100% on FB. It’s really no surprise, considering these windfalls are backed by a method so unique, it’s in the process of being granted a patent by…

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Time to Dump Warren Buffett’s Favorite Bank

Sometimes, you just can’t escape from the past. Ask Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC). The bank has never recovered from the scandal two years ago, when it opened three million fake accounts for its customers – without their knowledge – in order to meet sales targets. The company subsequently suffered more…

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How to Make A 186% Return on Video Games

Typically, when growth in the video game industry is discussed, it’s all about mobile gaming growth. After all, playing games on smartphones and tablets has been where most of the action has been in recent years, at least in terms of investing. While casual gamers may still be driving plenty…

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An Income Trade With Upside From This Emerging Market

ot long ago, I wrote about an emerging markets trade which suggests emerging market debt could be in trouble.  But what about emerging market stocks?  What is the option market telling us about that asset class?  Problems with debt can definitely spill over into stocks… but it doesn’t have to. For instance,…

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3 Bearish Options Trades to Hedge Your Bets

Stocks find themselves in the midst of a summer snooze. Last week the S&P 500 experienced one of its tightest weekly trading ranges in ages. Despite the dithering on a broad level, many equities beneath the surface are moving and grooving. And that’s creating opportunities aplenty for buyers and sellers alike. Today…

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Earn A Quick 10% From This Forgotten Resource

With all the talk of renewable energy versus fossil fuels, it’s easy to forget we already have one of the most efficient power generating resources readily available to us.  Nuclear energy is not only incredibly effective, it also generates abundant power with zero emissions. Of course, nuclear power has drawbacks. …

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Thank Warren Buffett For This Income Trade

Reading academic research isn’t the most exciting part of my day, but there are often some great ideas in these papers. Although, what’s funny to me is that these great ideas aren’t always the ones the researchers think are important. The researchers looked at the returns of hedge funds and…

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Ignore Your Gut Instincts When Investing

One of the smartest things you can do as an investor is to stop making moves based on your gut instincts. You will probably become a much better investor, because studies show your portfolio is likely to perform better if you avoid excessive trading. It’s tough to ignore these impulses…

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A Quick Trade to Profit from This Summer’s Volatility?

Most investors (and all traders) are aware of what market volatility is.  When stocks are moving all over the place, it’s pretty obvious to most anyone who follows the markets that it means volatility is high.  And when nothing is going on and stocks are moving sideways, it’s easy to…

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Why Probabilities Should Dictate Your Every Investment Decision

As I always say, investment success comes from process. Let me explain. Back in my early 30s, when I was privileged to live in sunny Flagstaff, Arizona, I would take the reasonably short drive to Las Vegas so that I could make one of the best bets in the gaming…

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How to Grab 330% in 9 Days on the World’s Most Expensive Stocks

EDITORS NOTE: I am traveling the Pacific Northwest, so today’s daily newsletter comes from our friends at Power Profit Trades. I hope you enjoy their content. I want to talk to you about something Wall Street has been lying to you about for years – options. Now most of the…

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What Does This Huge Options Trade Mean For Oil?

When I write about large options block trades, it’s generally for one of two reasons.  First, a lot of smart money is active in the options market.  If a very big (i.e. capital intensive) trade occurs with options, it can often be a signal that there’s going to be action…

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