ISE Cyber Security ETF


Spectre and Meltdown Reveal an Opportunity Soon Worth $6 Trillion

If you're reading this on a PC, the odds are very good you're doing so on an infected computer.

Or one that is in significant jeopardy of being hacked.

I'm not being an alarmist here. Fact is, the Spectre and Meltdown bugs – flaws recently found in chips made by Intel – mean that nearly every computer and network server out there is more vulnerable to cyber criminals than we previously thought.

That's because Intel commands a dominant 81.2% share of the central processing unit (CPU) market. No wonder just about every tech company out there – from Alphabet to Apple – has spent the past few weeks working furiously on fixing the problem.

While I'm a big believer in Intel's long-term future, it's too late to "buy on the dip" in this case.

But there is a profit opportunity here – a big one.

You see, there's a huge global challenge – hacks, cyber theft, viruses, malware…

A lot of companies are going to make a lot of money helping us all fight these threats – and so are their investors.

That's why today I've dug up a great way to profit off this with an investment that beat the market by more than 40% over the last two years.

And that's going to keep doing the same for years to come.

Take a look...

The Fed

The 4-Week T-Bill Is Actually a Secret "Liquidity Hack"

I see intermarket analysis (the idea that other markets can be predictors of the stock market) mostly as a big waste of time. Often, what correlates today won't correlate a year from now, or the correlation may even reverse. The best way to analyze and forecast stock price trends is to analyze stock prices themselves. That's the basis of technical analysis (TA).

But there is an exception to the rule that intermarket analysis is useless… and it's the U.S. Treasury market.

If you know what to look for, Treasuries – in particular, the 4-week T-Bill – can tell you something very important about liquidity and which direction the money is flowing. That, in turn, will ultimately tell you where the stock market is headed.

Here's how it works...


This “Digital Hostage Crisis” Play Is All Upside

It was just two days before the Thanksgiving holiday when 40-year-old Alina Simone, a Brooklyn, N.Y., musician and writer, received a frantic phone call.

It was her mother, and she was being "held hostage." Digitally speaking…

With panic in her voice, Simone's mother read the stark message displayed on her computer screen.

"Your files are encrypted," the message stated. "To get the key to decrypt files you have to pay $500. If you fail to pay within a week, the price will go up to $1,000. After that, your decryption key will be destroyed and any chance of accessing your files – all of your data – will be lost forever."

The message was signed "Sincerely, CryptoWall."

More than 5,000 files – irreplaceable family photos, critical work documents, life-sustaining bank statements, and other sensitive information – were now in the hands of cyberthieves.

Hysterical, and uncertain what to do, the Simones capitulated and paid their captors nearly $600.

Welcome to the new digital horror known as ransomware – a cyberthreat so colossal that security specialists are now classifying it as an "epidemic."

That's not hype.

It's a fact.

And I can prove it.

Better yet, I can show you how you can turn the tables, protect yourself, and then cash in big on this new threat – immediately

But before I show you how to do that, let's take a closer look at how ransomware has grown to epic proportions...


Tuesday's Defense Mandate Is a Huge "Before the Crowd" Profit Opportunity

The biggest election upset in modern American history was one that virtually every polling organization got dead wrong.

But I'm not a political analyst. My job is to put the very best investments in tech squarely in front of you. 

The way I view it, we're likely to see U.S. and global markets reel through at least some instability for the next week or so as Tuesday night's result sinks in. Wall Street hates uncertainty, and that's precisely what we seem to have now.

I believe that instability is masking a huge new opportunity, one that might not have existed before Tuesday.

Let me show you what I mean...