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How Some Investors Made 6,567% on the Coinbase IPO

Coinbase made history last month with the biggest-ever direct listing, closing its first day at nearly $86 billion.

What’s more, an entire class of savvy investors also made an absolute killing that day because they were perfectly positioned.

Today, Neil will show you how those extreme profits were locked in and how you could do the same on the next big IPO… .



Tesla Stock Prediction for 2025

The five-year outlook for Tesla Inc.

is bullish, and the reason might surprise you.

Yes, the Tesla cars are great, the branding is great, and the company has managed to infiltrate foreign markets with ease.

But its greatest advantage in the EV market is yet to be tapped.



Biden's Move Could Put 50% or More in Your Pocket

A change in D.C. is the perfect time to make sure your investing and trading posture is lined up with trends the government really drives with the federal budget and new policy.

Or, if you want to put it another way, when $4.8 trillion starts talking, it pays… a lot… to listen.

Earlier this week, President Biden committed to taking the entire federal fleet "green" with electric vehicles, or EVs – American-made EVs, to be precise.

Big slices of the private sector have been making similar moves for a year or two now, moving to EVs or "clean-ish" natural gas power, so really, this is Uncle Sam playing catch-up. In the long run, it is cheaper and they do reduce harmful emissions, and it jives with the Biden administration's stated "Made in America" policy, too.

Turns out, it takes a lot of vehicles for the government to do its thing. Now, just to be clear, I'm talking about the cars and trucks you sometimes see out and about with tags that read "U.S. Government" – I'm not counting hundreds of thousands of military vehicles like tanks or Humvees.

At last count, the federal vehicle fleet was thought to be around 645,000, and in some cases, the government's going to have to move pretty quickly to replace them.

Take the U.S. Post Office, for instance. We all recognize the Northrop Grumman-made "Long Life Vehicles," or LLVs that mail carriers work their routes in. Well, the LLV design isn't living up to its name, because it's getting on 30 years old at this point; they're said to be breaking down and catching fire on the regular.

In other words, the spend is going to have to come quickly, and it is going to have to be big.

There are two big-money trends at work here – electric and self-driving vehicles (SDVs). There are two companies "in play" in this story, one of which I think is a juicy takeover target. When the trigger gets pulled, takeover targets typically experience fast, intense bull runs.

Here's how you could find yourself in the right place at the right time, sitting pretty… Full Story

Here's how you could find yourself in the right place at the right time, sitting pretty...


Starlink Stock Could Be Like Buying Tesla at $40

The chance to make 700% gains on a stock doesn’t come around everyday.

And when it does come around, you have to act.

That could very well be what we’re seeing with Starlink stock, a potential space IPO from Elon Musk.

You see, Tesla shares are up a whopping 700% this this year alone, so Musk knows a thing or two about making shareholders money on big tech breakthroughs.




How to Trade Options on Nikola Stock

Electric truck-maker Nikola Corp.

(NASDAQ: NKLA) has been one of the wildest stocks of 2020.

The company went public in a reverse merger on June 4 at $34 per share and jolted 176.5% higher to $94 just three trading days later.

Since then, NKLA has experienced a significant drop and sits near $27 per share today.

But that doesn't mean we can't make money on it… You see, Nikola's volatility is actually a good thing if you want to make fast money trading options.

So today, we're going to show you how to make money with options from the fall of NKLA stock using a strategy known as a "put spread" that Money Morning's own Andrew Keene just revealed.

Here it is...

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Don't Fall for the Nikola Rebound - Buy This Stock Instead

Nikola Corp. saw its stock gain 3% yesterday – despite still being in the middle of a major fiasco.

As I told you last week, Nikola has been dealing with legal issues regarding a slew of fraud allegations. And while the company was thoroughly investigated and mostly cleared, the investigation's impact is still playing out.

The biggest loser happens to be Nikola's founder and chair, Trevor Milton. It was announced on Monday that the founder voluntarily resigned – 10 days after short-selling firm Hindenburg Research released a report claiming Nikola was an "intricate fraud."

Milton's resignation only further spooked already-shaken investors, and the stock plunged nearly 30% in premarket trading on Monday. While Nikola had a backup plan already in place – including adding Stephen Girsky, former vice chair of General Motors and a member of Nikola's board, as chair of the board, effective immediately – investors still piled selling pressure onto the stock.

Now, while Milton has stepped away, he's nowhere near done. Here's what the young founder had to say…

"I asked the Board of Directors to let me step aside from my roles as Executive Chairman and as member of Nikola Board of Directors. The focus should be on the company and its world-changing mission, not me. I intend to defend myself against false allegations leveled against me by outside detractors."

But regardless of whether Milton "clears his name" or not, Nikola is still in a tough spot. And it's going to be one that's hard for the company to bounce back from – especially as the stock continues to move down.

So, while the new low price tag on NKLA might seem attractive, I'm not going for it. There's a much better move you can make to keep your portfolio safe and profit from this scenario… Full Story

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How to Play Snowflake Stock Now

The Snowflake IPO certainly had an impressive run, and its stock more than doubled at its debut, leaving it with a value of around $70 billion.

Though the stock did dip a little on Thursday (it did climb back up mid-Friday), it hasn’t stopped a small group of insiders and pre-IPO investors from boosting their net worth.

But here’s how regular investors should play it….


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The One Profit Play I See in the Nikola Scandal

Would-be electric truck maker Nikola Corp. is one of the biggest stocks of the mobile-investing craze of the past six months. Its stated goal is to "transform and disrupt the transportation industry globally."

Last time I checked, the global transportation sector was worth in the neighborhood of $6.5 trillion, so there's no denying Nikola is aiming high. As I've said many times here, the electric vehicle industry is the future. Tesla has blazed the trail and proven it. (Get it? Nikola? Tesla?)

It's just that Nikola hasn't really built anything yet.

With a $30 billion market cap, it's the world's biggest truck maker that hasn't built or sold a single truck. Nikola's ideas and concepts are awesome, but there's no getting around the fact that they're just ideas and concepts.

That hasn't stopped retail investors from snapping it up. NKLA shares have been on a wild ride since the pandemic started. At one point in early June, the stock scraped the $80 level, and it still sells for more than three times what it did at its IPO.

But now the company is under attack by a very aggressive short-seller. These attacks have already slammed the shares by as much as 36%; there's no telling how much the short-seller may have made in the process.

It's more important than ever for regular investors to know just what's going on here, because there is a profit play to be made… Full Story

It's more important than ever for regular investors to know just what's going on here, because there is a profit play to be made...

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The Smartest (and Most Profitable) Way to Play the Recent Tesla Snub

After a historic rally of 1,000% over the past year, Tesla has hit a bump in the road.

You see, S&P Dow Jones Indices rebalances its indexes every quarter. A company needs to meet specific qualifications to be considered, including four consecutive quarters of profitability. So, investors eagerly await to see what stocks get added and removed when this time rolls around.

And many expected Tesla to be listed on the list of new stocks being added to the S&P 500 – so imagine the panic when Tesla didn't make the cut.

The decision not to add the stock to the S&P 500 surprised the entire market, especially those waiting for weeks on this decision, excited after Tesla reported a second-quarter profit in July. Tesla had ticked off many of the requirements needed to be considered for this index.

Tesla is now among the top 15 largest companies in the United States when measured by market capitalization – sitting at $320 billion. This makes the electric car marker the size of long-standing giants like Nvidia. And at one point, Tesla grew to be the seventh-largest company in the United States.

But size isn't all that matters when it comes to the S&P 500.

Unlike other benchmarks, the S&P 500 isn't driven by a strict set of rules or qualifications. Instead, the benchmark relies on a committee to decide what gets added and removed. Ultimately, Tesla didn't satisfy the S&P 500 committee.

And this snub didn't bode well for the electric car maker's stock. Tesla shares were down 19% in early trading Tuesday, wiping out more than $70 billion in market value.

Before you jump at this new price tag, there's something I want you to know. There's a way you can play this TSLA snub scenario for the most profits… Full Story

Before you jump at this new price tag, there's something I want you to know. There's a way you can play this TSLA snub scenario for the most profits...