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It’s Time to Short the Bond Market

The Fed’s backstopping of the bond market was an effort to save the U.S.

stock market, but it’s clear now that saying it and actually doing it are two very different things.

Our Shah Gilani’s takeaway from it is that it’s time to short the bond market.

And today he’ll show you exactly how to do that to ensure you’ll walk away with the most profits….



How to Profit from America's Paris Agreement Exit

The June 1, 2017, announcement that the U.S. government intends to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement barely budged energy stocks, coming as it did after five months of dismantling environmental regulation.

Outside the markets, however, the announcement was greeted with a firestorm of international media coverage, condemnation and support, and cheering and hand-wringing from every corner.

Now, the withdrawal may not have much immediate effect. As I said, the markets took it in stride, and it will take at least four years – longer than Trump has left in his first term of office – for the United States to exit the agreement.

But this reshuffling of priorities does mean that America is giving up a leadership position in the absolute fastest-growing, most potentially lucrative segments of the energy sector…

I mean wind and solar, of course.

The new realities will prove a huge boost for two overseas energy companies that you can buy right here at home...


How to Profit No Matter Who Wins Today

This tawdry circus of an election has carved deep scars on the American soul that will persist long after Jan. 20, 2017.

But at least the contest itself is almost over.

The FBI may have closed its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, and Donald Trump may yet prevail when he answers the troubling lawsuits he faces, but the reputation of virtually every individual and institution touched by this election is ruined – the media, Justice Department, FBI, the candidates, their surrogates and supporters, both political parties, and those holding high office.

As of this morning, the so-called elite political class has disgraced itself on a daily basis for more than a year.

They'll be no help at all. We will be left to pick up the pieces after today.

The markets are finally realizing this, too; they're starting to react to the turbulence ahead, but they are dangerously, shockingly complacent.

So here's what I see happening with your money, whatever the outcome of this farce of democracy will be...