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The Best Options to Buy on Robinhood Now Could Double Your Money

The economic lockdown following the pandemic hasn't just made our lives radically different, it's also creating radical opportunities in the stock market.

Nowhere is that more true than for options, especially as free platforms like Robinhood make it even easier for traders to cash in.

Today, we're going to show you how to harness the changes brought on by COVID-19 into profits with the best options to buy in Robinhood.


Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Pushes Higher as Chinese Trade Envoys Leave Washington Empty-Handed

The Dow Jones Today jumped over sixty points this morning as U.S and Chinese negotiators failed to make significant headway in an ongoing trade dispute.

According to a statement from Lindsay Walters, a White House spokeswoman, the two delegations "exchanged views on how to achieve fairness, balance and reciprocity in the economic relationship" but did not come to any agreement on new terms.

Global Markets

How to Play North Korea for Big Profits That Most Investors Will Miss

I've spent 36 years in global markets as a consultant, analyst, and trader, and if there's one thing I've learned, it's that the biggest profits frequently stem from the most unthinkable situations.

Like peace in North Korea.

Most investors simply cannot process what's happened, and as usual, the mainstream media isn't helping. In fact, news related to the historic summit between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un has all but vanished from the world's front pages.

But not from my attention.

I call this the "Rule of the Back Page" – because that's where stories like this one get buried before becoming front-page news again.

Savvy investors like the legendary Jim Rogers, Warren Buffett, and the late Sir John Templeton know this all too well. That's why they're frequently "on the hunt" at times when almost no one else thinks to dig up opportunity.

Present company excepted, of course.

What I want you to understand is that getting ahead of major global events can be a source of huge, life-changing wealth if you play your cards correctly...


Apple Just Dropped Its Big News - Now the $1 Trillion Sweepstakes Heats Up

An update to Siri… Google Maps and Waze coming to CarPlay… a new photo system in iOS 12… and the debut of "Memoji," a feature that allows you to create your own emoji that mimics your particular facial expressions.

Those were just a few of the upgrades and new features announced yesterday at the 11th annual Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) Worldwide Developers Conference.

CEO Tim Cook also noted the App Store, which is now 10 years old, is the largest app market in the world, with 500 million weekly visitors. It's brought in $100 billion for app developers.

However, as worthy of attention as most of Apple's announcements are, the conversation here on the ground is all about "The Sweepstakes."

I'm talking about the race to be the first $1 trillion market-cap public company.

Back in December, Barron's predicted Apple will reach $1 trillion in market value in 2018. The rumblings for Apple to reach that value haven't stopped since.

Now, though, another "horse" has entered The Sweepstakes.

Morgan Stanley recently predicted that another company I have often recommended could hit a $1 trillion market cap in as little as a year.

Today, I'll tell you about Apple's big competition here.

I'll let you know who I think the winner will ultimately be.

And I'll show you how you can cash in on this race...


The 2 Best Small-Cap Stocks to Buy in June 2018

Wall Street will tell you that the only way to make a profit is to invest in massive blue-chip stocks.

However, smaller companies regularly outperform these industry giants.

Today, we're looking at two well-known small-cap stocks that Wall Street has overlooked – and are set to break out.

You see, small-cap stocks often have the kind of future growth potential that allows them to outpace Wall Street's giants.

The Russell 2000, which tracks many small-cap stocks, is up 6.67% over the past three months.

For comparison, the S&P 500 is up just 1.75% over the same period.


LendingClub Is in Big Trouble: You Were Warned

LendingClub Corp. (NYSE: LC), the first peer-to-peer lending site to go public, looked like a serious financial sector disruptor in December 2014 after its stock shot up 56% with its initial public offering (IPO).

Eight months later, I warned my readers about LendingClub's pitfalls. And again, only two days after the one-year anniversary of LC's IPO, I released another piece inspired by LendingClub, "I Warned You about 'P2P Lending' – And I Was Right."

I hope you listened to me.

Not only has LC's stock collapsed, but the company's also reeling from regulatory hits, it just announced a lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission, and it's facing a class-action lawsuit over lack of material disclosures that should have warned shareholders the stock was vulnerable to investigations.

Here's how tight the vice clenched around LendingClub really is...