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[Chart] Speculative Trading on U.S. Markets Is at a Dangerous High

Speculative trading for long positions on the Dow and S&P 500's rise are at record highs for this year.

But evidence is showing the bulls don't have much to be bullish about...

Trading Strategies

How You Can Profit from the Same Trend That Drove U.S. Stocks Up 1,262% in the 80s and 90s

The 1980s and 1990s were boom decades for U.S. stocks.

But those huge gains over those particular decades were no coincidence. A distinct trend was the driving force behind the soaring stock market.

Best of all, this phenomenon is cyclical and predictable – which means we know just where to look to capture the biggest future gains.

Find out more about this trend - and how you can profit from it...


Here's What the Facebook Stock Split Will Look Like

In June, shareholders approved a Facebook stock split.

The company will create a new class of share, but shareholders will lose their voting power.

And on the day of the FB stock split, the Facebook stock price will drop by nearly 70%. So before it happens, shareholders will want to read this to prepare themselves...


The Best Stock to Buy Now for a Gain of 103%

The best stock to buy now has already climbed 83% since we first recommended it. And this stock has plenty more room to run.

In fact, we see shares doubling from here.

Here's the best stock to buy now...


The 5 Best Stocks to Buy Now to Play the $6.5 Trillion Fintech Boom

With blockchain technology on its way to fueling a $6.5 trillion economy, investors are looking for the stocks to buy now to profit from this extraordinary opportunity.

These stocks aren't obscure companies, but established financial industry players that already are investing heavily in this new technology.

These five stocks to buy now are at the forefront of the blockchain revolution...


Buy This "New Money" Stock and Get "Old Money" Rich

I got my introduction to the world of wealth management while working for Gannett Newspapers in Rochester, New York. I've watched wealthy investors constantly ever since, because what I saw at the time was absolutely fascinating.

You see, Rochester has more than its fair share of "old money" families – that's largely thanks to local companies like Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Bausch & Lomb and, much later, Paychex. These companies grew so large that they made huge swathes of the population filthy, stinkin' rich.

Now, certainly, none of these families obtained their fabulous wealth by simply being in the same ZIP code as these successful companies.

Instead, as I came to find out, they travelled a path of sorts, using a "wealthy investor" strategy with a shared mindset that led to more frequent success, greater gains, and more substantial wealth over the long term.

And that is precisely what I'm going to talk to you about today. And I'll go one better – I'll give you a "new money" stock that can help make you "old money" rich.

Attaining this kind of wealth is a lot easier than you might think...


The Facebook Stock Price Will Reach $250 Because of This Billion-Dollar Trend 

he Facebook stock price is trading at all-time highs after the company reported strong earnings in Q2 2016.

If you invested in Facebook during its IPO, you would have already made profits of up to 229%.

But we still see plenty of room for profits in 2016. In fact, this billion-dollar trend we discovered can send FB shares to $250 by 2020...


The Best Stocks to Buy Now Before Markets Head Higher

We've updated our list of the best stocks to buy.

The list includes over 10 winners that will bring patient investors handsome returns in 2017.

Check out these stocks now...


Should I Buy Fitbit Stock After Q2 Earnings?

Shares of Fitbit stock are down more than 50% this year.

The plunge in the FIT stock price has investors asking if the wearable tech firm is poised for a rebound.

Here's where shares of Fitbit stock are headed after the Q2 earnings report today...


Yahoo Stock Owners Missed This $44 Billion Opportunity in 2008

The Yahoo stock price is flat after Verizon offered to buy the struggling Internet giant.

Verizon will pay $4.83 billion for Yahoo's core business.

Yahoo ran out of options to give shareholders more value. But it received a much bigger offer in 2008 that could have been worth a lot more...