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October 2020 - Money Morning - Only the News You Can Profit From

Rich Investors Are Buying These 2 Tech Stocks Now

Rich investors are taking advantage tech stocks right now.

According to Dataroma, a website that tracks 68 of the world's top billionaire portfolio managers like Buffett, Marks, Ackman and more, five of the top stocks rich investors own are Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Apple.

This is unsurprising, as these are some of the biggest and most popular stocks in the world.

What is more interesting and useful for retail investors like us, however, are the stocks they're buying now that are flying under the radar.

Thanks to the SEC filings billionaire portfolio managers are required to submit quarterly, we can track exactly which companies these are.

This will give you an advantage over most investors because you're essentially getting inside info on the stocks the big guys are buying that other people don't know about yet…


Dow Jones Today Slumps After Senate Kills Possibility of Stimulus

The Dow Jones today is off after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has adjourned the Senate until November 9.

This seals the potential for another stimulus package to come no earlier than February.

Meanwhile, we're seeing lackluster earnings reports from big firms and COVID-19 cases spreading across the country.

Here's everything moving the Dow today…


Why AMD Stock Is a Better Buy Than Intel or Nvidia

When it comes to investing, it's difficult to find the next big thing.

Companies like Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Zoom (NASDAQ: ZOOM) and Teladoc (NYSE: TDOC) have all been media darlings, but I'm focusing on a completely different space.

The fact is, consolidation is fueling growth in the semiconductor market.

That's why we have seen as much M&A in the semiconductor market this year as we have had in the past three years combined.

These deals are creating cross-sell opportunities and improving manufacturing as they scale up.

While these deals I just mentioned were the largest semiconductor deals of the year, I'm looking at what could be one of the biggest opportunities as two more companies join forces.

Here's why that makes AMD stock one of my favorite tech plays right now...

The High-Profit, “No Sweat” Way to Trade SPY Right Now

Tom Gentile uses repeatable, historical patterns and data to trade and profit the same way every year.

And there’s one consistent pattern he trades every four years around presidential elections; 2020 is no exception.

He’ll show you exactly how anyone can capitalize on it in any scenario that shakes out….


How to Make Money When Stocks Go Down with Options

Many investors believe that when the stock market falls, everyone loses money.

That's simply not true.

In fact, for the smartest traders, a downturn is just another opportunity.

The trick to making money when markets fall is options trading.

We're going to show you exactly how to do that today as the Dow Jones has plunged 6% this week as coronavirus fears rise.

We're going to make money here by targeting one sector we think is going to take the worst of this turbulence.


How to Stop Worrying and Start Raking It in This Month

No matter how tempting it might be to try and jump on stocks in the news, the truth is trading the headlines won't get you very far.

Frankly, it can even put you behind – I'll share a horror story in a minute.

I understand how tough it can be. How often do you find yourself watching the news and all of a sudden, you see some story on a stock you own? Whether it's good news or an "uh-oh" moment, you get the urge to pop online and check your positions.

If you resist the temptation, good – that's the right move, and I'll show you why in a second. Otherwise, you might run in and make a buy or sell decision… in a rush, in an emotional state. That never really ends well.

Turns out the smart thing to do is actually pretty simple… Full Story

Turns out the smart thing to do is actually pretty simple...

Is Instacart Stock a Buy After the IPO?

Instacart recently consulted with investment banks ahead of a rumored IPO in early 2021.

This would be an attempt by the company to profit further from a pandemic boom in the grocery delivery business.

Let's take a look at whether Instacart is a buy after the IPO.