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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Don’t Get Tricked Into Buying This Stock Because of a Simple Name Change

Kiss the much (and deservedly) maligned Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. (Nasdaq: VRX)goodbye. Well, kind of. Next month, the Canadian-based healthcare firm will officially change its name to Bausch Health Companies Inc. and trade under a new ticker – BHC. But it doesn’t matter what the company calls itself. It’s still not worth…

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A Quick 185% on an ETF That’s Just Now Bottomed

If you have any interest in economic policy, especially macroeconomic policy and repercussions, now is about as interesting as it gets. I realize most people don’t get a hoot about macroeconomics, but it can be very useful for analyzing trading opportunities. (For me, it goes beyond that since I have…

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How to Double Your Money in the $115 Billion Global Gambling Market

A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision opened the sports-gambling floodgates. And while investors are scrambling to find the best gambling stocks to soak up that money, we’re already one step ahead… Last Thursday, the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J., opened its sports-gambling book. It was a monumental…

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Michael Lewis Reveals 1,923% Profit Secret

Imagine making 1,923% – in a couple of years – WITHOUT owning a single share of stock. Now, I’m not talking about some risky trading strategy where you’re likely to LOSE 90% of your trades. Nope! This is completely different than that. Go here ASAP for complete access. Frankly, this happens every…

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A Cheap Options Trade To Protect Your Portfolio Through August

Usually this is the time of year when I have to come up with creative market-related topics to write about.  Normally, when the kids get out of school and the weather turns hot, many investors take a break from the market.  Summer months can be slow and boring if you’re…

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Here’s the Secret to Successful Income Strategies

There’s a huge and thriving market for options traders who want constant trade ideas. They want three to five risky trades each day! It’s essentially the same type of person who buys lottery tickets every day. They get some kind of thrill over the idea of “hitting it big.” But…

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How To Generate Income From China Without Owning Chinese Stocks

There’s been no shortage of geopolitical news lately.  While summer is usually the time when the news cycle slows down, so far it hasn’t been the case.  In particular, there has been an unusual amount of discussion concerning international trade and tariffs. Regarding tariffs, the stock market has had plenty…

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