Warm Up With A Potential 170.3% Return

There’s a cold front moving across the U.S. right now, causing natural gas prices to rise. But that’s not even the most interesting story surrounding oil’s little sister. With sustained lower prices over the last few years, natural gas production in this country has fallen. The boom we saw in…

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An Incredibly Lucrative (Possibly) Long Straddle

January is one of the most important months of the year for transportation stocks… especially railroads. It’s the time when they release their final results for the previous 12 months and set their strategies for how to compete with each other and increase efficiencies, which is the name of the…

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Bounce Back With 122.6% From This Trade

Wall Street is suffering from a problem of perceived risk. Investors are all out of sorts right now with so much news to digest… from the government shutdown to the trade war. But there’s another story affecting many of the normally risk averse crowd of investors: retirement savers. Historically, there’s…

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A Potential 140% Return on the Market’s Safest Stock

It seems that every new day brings a new investor sentiment. Some days, investors are painfully bearish, sending stocks down at record paces. Other days, like today, these same investors believe the worst is over and a single positive jobs report is enough to rally the Dow 700 points. The…

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104% Return Possible With This Gold Play

You’ve no doubt read several doom and gloom articles already here in 2019. Likely, you’ve also already read a few contrarian bullish outlooks for the new year as well. There’s something missing from all of this conversation, however… actual analysis. You see, when markets become volatile, like we’ve seen over…

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A Return to Normalcy Could Bring 178% Profits

With stock swings reaching historic levels this week, many investors are simply throwing up their hands and saying “screw this, we’ll wait.” That’s not necessarily a terrible plan. However, by the time that crowd comes back into the fold, the valuations on many companies could be drastically altered. Speaking of…

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A Bullish Trade on the Union of Beer and Pot

With so much going on right now, it’s easy to lose focus of the bigger picture. 2018 has been a wild ride for all stocks. But no group moved quite as high and then quite as low as new-to-the-forefront cannabis stocks. Pot stocks are viewed as either great ways to…

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Is Gold Finally Going To Catch A Bid in 2019?

Despite the harsh selloff in stocks this December, gold hasn’t seen a major influx of investors. As the quintessential precious metal, gold tends to attract investment dollars in times of uncertainty and investor concern. Yet, with the S&P 500 down nearly 7% in December, gold is only up about 2%….

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Generate a 113% Gain As Facebook Faces The Music

You couldn’t ask for a clearer picture of what moral outrage can do to a company’s stock than Facebook’s (FB) fourth-quarter stock chart. The company has been in the hot seat all year, from its Cambridge Analytica scandal to this week’s New York Time’s piece over the company essentially selling…

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The Real Loser in This Week’s FOMC Meeting

The market is reeling after the Fed hiked rates and gave a less than cheery outlook for 2019. The FOMC ruled yesterday that it plans two interest rate hikes next year, compared to four this year. Part of this reason is the committee’s lackluster forecast. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told…

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How To Protect Yourself Against the Next Market Crash

The New Year is rapidly approaching, but instead of a Santa Claus Rally we’re mostly just seeing further declines in stock prices. The S&P 500 is already down about 6% in December alone – and has dropped nearly 3% for the year. That’s hardly the year most were expecting 2018…

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Here’s How To Play Post Fed Meeting Volatility

Today the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) kicks off its final meeting for 2018. The market has largely priced in the expected rate hike. But that doesn’t mean a meeting of this magnitude will be left as settled business even if the group does hike rates as expected. Wall Street…

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