Four times a year - once each quarter - publicly traded companies drop their protective veil and give investors a look at their books.
It's kind of like a financial "State of the Union."
We call it "earnings season."
It's always one of the most important times of the year for stocks.
And the current earnings season - which started this week, and which will continue through the month of July - is the biggest and most important in a decade.
Not since the Great Recession of 2007-2009 have the stakes been so high.
At risk is the $10 trillion in shareholder wealth that's been created since the market bottomed in March.
In my 30 years of professional trading, I've never seen a stretch where investors needed actual results and "forward guidance" from companies reporting their earnings as much as they do right now.
My job - and I love it - is to categorize the stocks of these companies as "high risk" or "low risk" and to guide you accordingly.What I'm going to show you now could secure your portion of that $10 trillion windfall and then some - without giving any of it back...