If you aren't a subscriber to my Zenith Trading Circle service, you might have missed some lucrative good news: Retail think tank Fung Global Retail & Technology reported U.S. retailers plan to shutter 6,700 retail locations this year. Credit Suisse says that figure handily beats the old record of 6,163 closings set in – big surprise – 2008.
"But wait," I can hear you ask, "2008 I get, but the economy's humming along now, so why the closings? And why are these closings good news?"
Well, I'll tell you.
As to the first question, these overleveraged, maladapted-for-the-21st-century retailers could screw up a free lunch; the U.S. economy could grow 'til the cows come home and they just couldn't handle their debts.
The retail sector as we once knew it is now teetering on the edge of absolute destruction, and there's nothing – and I mean nothing – anyone can do to save retail stocks. Diagnosis: TERMINAL.
Which brings me to your next question, of course. This is great news for well-positioned investors because Wall Street smells money – big piles of it – on the table… and it smells as irresistible and tasty as scratch-made chocolate chip cookies baking on a snowy afternoon.
Mmm… Hungry? Good. We're going to sneak into the kitchen while Wall Street's not looking and take a bunch of those rich, delicious cookies for ourselves.
We're going to make a lot of money.
And we won't have to own a single one of these clunkers to do it.
So let's go get some…
The "Death of Retail" Is Your Opportunity to Make an Absolute Killing
Now is your chance to make more money than you've ever seen, and I'm probably the only person on Earth who can help you extract cash from these companies as they spiral toward bankruptcy.
You see, over the last three years, I've developed a moneymaking ritual…
One that I practice every day.
It allows me to see which retail stocks have about a 100% chance of dropping in price and when they'll hit the self-destruct button.
About the Author
Shah Gilani is the Event Trading Specialist for Money Map Press. In Zenith Trading Circle Shah reveals the worst companies in the markets - right from his coveted Bankruptcy Almanac - and how readers can trade them over and over again for huge gains.Shah is also the proud founding editor of The Money Zone, where after eight years of development and 11 years of backtesting he has found the edge over stocks, giving his members the opportunity to rake in potential double, triple, or even quadruple-digit profits weekly with just a few quick steps. He also writes our most talked-about publication, Wall Street Insights & Indictments, where he reveals how Wall Street's high-stakes game is really played.