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Currencies

Get into the Trillion-Dollar Healthcare Industry Without Touching a Single Stock

Earlier this week, I told you about a virtually undiscovered corner of the market.

They're called microcurrencies, and they're already making folks rich, sometimes in a matter of days…

I'm not talking about chump change, either…

These are gains like 3,602%… 5,715%… 24,522%… even 61,714%.

These microcurrencies are used in real estate, advertising, energy, travel, financial services – you name it. And today, I want to talk about another microcurrency that was created for one of the most explosive markets: healthcare.

Now most of the time, when you hear about healthcare, it's from a panel of pundits on the news networks, arguing over the latest legislative battles out of Washington.

Of course, that's by design. They don't actually care about your bottom dollar – or your health costs. They care about their ratings.

But I care about showing you how you can profit, which is exactly why I wanted to talk about the exciting potential available here… Full story

But I care about showing you how you can profit, which is exactly why I wanted to talk about the exciting potential available here...

IPOs

2020 IPOs: The 10 Most Exciting Public Offerings to Watch

2020 is almost here.

And it's lineup of IPOs could make it the biggest year yet for initial public offerings.

In fact, there are at least 10 firms poised to go public in 2020.

And almost all of them have valuations over $1 billion in industries ranging from financial services, mattresses, and even travel and lodging.

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IPOs

Here's Where IPOs Are Still Crushing the Market by 40%

The mainstream financial media is having a bearish moment when it comes to initial public offerings. In story after feature story, you're bombarded with the idea that anyone who's excited about a big-name IPO is just setting themselves up for disappointment.

On paper, that narrative makes sense. WeWork's attempt at a $47 billion debut was farcical; its valuation plummeted to $14 billion before the offering was abandoned… and the CEO fell on his sword.

Then there's Peloton. Shares dropped 11.2% in its first day of trading on Sept. 26 – a decline that, according to The Wall Street Journal, directly influenced the decision of Endeavor Group talent firm to put off its own IPO. Insiders were obviously terrified of "poor market conditions."

But these were simply two bad IPOs, two expensive failures that had Wall Street wringing its hands.

The truth is tech and life sciences firms are still IPO leaders; that segment of the market is actually doing much better than stocks overall.

And if you snatch up the shares I'm about to recommend, you'll be ahead, too...

Stocks

3 of the Best Stocks to Buy for Beginners

Investing in the best stocks is a proven way to build generational wealth. And there is no better time to start than when stocks are down. Of course, taking that first step can be extremely daunting, especially today. There are a lot of unknowns with this COVID-19 crisis. How long will it last? How can […]

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