CJ has details on the best gold penny stock to buy right now – it comes with a 55-cent "bonus" trade.
Tom Gentile has shown beyond a shadow of a doubt that trading a fairly small basket of stocks consistently can pay off big-time.
That’s because he knows it’s not necessarily what you trade, but how you trade it that counts.
Unfortunately, the political and personal fault lines in the United States are about as raw and volatile as they've ever been. But that's a subject for another time and place.
As investors, whatever our personal politics or feelings are, now is the time to quickly come to terms with what's happening and what likely will happen in the stock market.
Because despite the market's action yesterday, it has drawn a line of its own – a "line in the sand" – and where your money is in relation to this line will make a big difference.
I'm going to show you where that line lies, because there are some dangers, no doubt, but there are also some unique profit opportunities… Full Story
It's not just major news media that's talking about gold right now. Even social media is abuzz with plenty of talk and reviews about the yellow metal.
"'Gold is going higher' despite recent surge, says investor who's managed a precious-metals fund for a quarter-century"
"Stock market bulls should consider owning gold as an insurance policy"
"Gold's Run to Continue"
That's why today I want to talk about three of the best gold options for what I call playing the "long game" in gold. They can let you capture some nice profits in the long term. Because this gold story isn't over – as I'll show you… Full Story
That's why today I want to talk about three of the best gold options for what I call playing the "long game" in gold. They can let you capture some nice profits in the long term. Because this gold story isn't over - as I'll show you...
Precious metals like silver and especially gold have had a stellar year, to put it mildly.
The physical bullion-backed SPDR Gold Trust ETF, probably the easiest way to invest in gold, is up more than 30% this year.
If you bought it at the March bottom, you'd be up even more, nearly 37% or so.
Since the last great gold bull market ended in 2011, this is the most movement (and most profit) gold investors have seen.
It's undeniably exciting.
Thanks to the bull run, gold seems to be everywhere; Wall Street is talking about it again, ads for gold are everywhere on television, and mobile app-based traders are piling in.
In the long term, they're absolutely right: Gold and silver will keep rising, and I'll show you why.
But do not join the crowd. At least not yet. What's unfolding right now will burn many overeager traders before it creates a big buying opportunity.
The real short-term opportunity I'll show you in a minute holds even bigger profit potential, and it won't be long in coming… Full Story
Gold, the oldest protective play there is, is new again. Coronavirus is tightening its grip on the U.S. economy. Did you see the second-quarter GDP numbers? A record-breaking 32% contraction.
The third quarter should be at least a bit better, at least on paper, but with the pandemic no one I know is staking much on that.
No wonder the yellow stuff just hit an all-time high of $1,971 and change just this past Monday. That's a gain of a bit more than 27% for 2020, and 36% for the past year.
I don't think the run is over – not by a long shot. Some conservative analysts are saying gold could top $2,000 an ounce before the year is through. I think that's just like how it sounds: conservative.
At this rate, it's not out of the question to think it could top $2,000 way before Labor Day.
Every investor should have long gold positions right now. They'll be protected, sure, and they'll see some appreciation – even more as the toppy market rolls over and the dollar weakens further.
But here's the thing: For as many investors as are rushing in right now, I'd bet very few will realize how to play gold, let alone maximize their gold profits in this climate. So, before you go out and by so much as a gram, make sure you read this, and make these exact moves… Full Story
Sandwiches, suits, couches, Bitcoin mining rigs – pretty much anything I can think of, there's nothing quite like getting something custom made, just the way I like it.
There's trucks, for instance. If you click here, you can take a look at my trophy-winning custom job… "Goliath."
Goliath came off the "shelf" as a Ford pickup… then we made some tweaks here and there.
I'm really proud of it (as you can see). Goliath is beautiful and practical; we regularly pile in for family road trips, rolling in style in a ride that's got "my truck" written all over it.
Putting together a good trade is the same way – custom made.
When you put on the special trade I'm going to tell you about in a second, you'll be making a move that's perfectly tailor-made to your unique risk tolerances and profit goals… Full Story
The market has been in an absolute whirlwind for the past three months.
And all this volatility is creating a real wealth-building opportunity.
You see, when it comes to making money in the market, the long-term buy-and-hold method can't compare to the sheer profit speed of trading options.
But the quickest option-trading strategy of all is selling puts.
It hands you an instant cash payout the second you place the trade – and gives you the chance to own the stock at a deep discount, building permanent generational wealth.
And as a result, it requires different steps when it comes to placing your trades.
The biggest difference between selling puts and buying straight options is margin.
See, when you're buying long calls, puts, or even straight stocks, you typically need a cash account.
This means that you put up 100% of the money for the trade.
But when you're selling puts, you'll likely need a margin account.
Over the weekend, Goldman Sachs released a note revealing that it's betting against the U.S. dollar, anticipating that even more investors will rush into the stock market as the U.S. economy reopens.
Plus, the Fed and Congress' massive effort to provide liquidity to the economy has dramatically expanded the central bank's balance sheet and sent U.S. debt levels to sky-high levels.
In fact, by the end of this crisis, the Fed's balance sheet could easily top $10 trillion.
In addition, the threat of another wave of coronavirus and increasing unrest across America could reduce the dollar's status as the world's reserve currency.
There are other threats that continue to creep in, just under the radar.
Stocks had their best day since April as investors were optimistic that an effective coronavirus vaccine could soon be on the horizon.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell also made some long-term bullish predictions for the U.S. economy, saying the Fed will print as much money as it needs in attempts to solve any short-term problems.
The Dow closed up, 3.8%. The S&P 500 gained 3.1%. And the Nasdaq was up 2.4%.