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How the "Market Misfits" Can Double Your Money in 2018

It's the time of year when many of us like to rewatch "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Even if you've never seen it, you've probably heard of the Island of Misfit Toys – the destination for defective toys deemed unworthy for people's homes.

Now, this movie is the perfect trading and investing reminder to look for misfit stocks. Generally, these are the ones that aren't selling as well as they had in the past.

Maybe these companies' products or services have fallen out of favor, or maybe people in charge have made poor business decisions, or recent acquisitions haven't worked as anticipated. There are any number of reasons.

The best part is these stocks are easy to spot because they typically sit at or near their 52-week lows.

That means you're looking at the perfect opportunity to pinpoint the ones with the greatest turnaround – and profit – potential.

And it all boils down to this simple strategy...


The Unprecedented Moneymaking Potential of This New Technical Pattern

While everyone's been talking about the Dow's third major milestone this year – breaking the 24,000 mark – I'm focusing on something else…

You see, there's a new technical pattern forming in a couple of department store stocks. If it's true and you catch it at the right time, you can make a lot of money.

But timing is everything because this pattern is a tricky one.

Make sure your kids aren't looking over your shoulder trying to read this educational piece. If you are the squeamish type, you may not be able to get through this article in one reading. I'm going to teach you a new technical pattern with a not-so-happy name.

Let's examine the profit potential of this macabre-sounding pattern that may be taking place on a couple of department store stocks...


Sears Is About to Take Its Last Gasp; Here's How You'll Profit

Unless there really is a Santa Claus, Sears Holdings Corp. is going to seek bankruptcy protection.

It's only a matter of time. And that time is running out, quickly.

Billionaire hedgie Eddie Lampert, who besides running his namesake ESL Investments fund also runs Sears Holdings as its chairman and CEO, just put another $200 million into Sears last month.

That brings his fund's helping hand, I mean handout, to a tad more than $2 billion!

Poor Sears was once the Amazon of its day. Now, it's not only a dinosaur, it's already dead.

We're going to do a little grave dancing before the obituary arrives.

Here's how much of a mess SHLD already is and how you can profit from its extinction...

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The Easiest Way to Build Life-Changing Wealth

I've talked with tens of thousands of investors over the years, and almost to a person they're convinced that building wealth is a complicated, difficult undertaking.

Not the way I see it.

In reality the biggest challenge isn't investing itself.

It's you.

And, specifically, the lies we tell ourselves about money.

Learn to get around those and making money becomes easy. Racking up huge profits becomes fun. Retirement becomes – dare I say it – something you enjoy.

Here are three (actually true) market truisms to get you started...