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"Apple's Greatest Contribution" to Humankind Could Double Your Money... Again

There's no doubt in my mind: The string of double- and triple-digit profits we've made together over the years is the strongest possible proof that our approach to making money in topsy-turvy global markets is the right one.

It's tough to argue with success, and if you were following along with our Money Map Report recommendations last year, you took down a least 36 winners – including profits as high as 200.5%, 205%, and 276.9% – while the broad market tanked 6.24%.

You even booked a 100.95% gain on Apple itself, taking all your principal off the table and letting the profits "ride" as a "free trade."

That approach put us light-years ahead of Wall Street and the mainstream financial media, and it's kept us there for more than 10 years.

Now, I could normally give two hoots what they have to say, but the headlines in the wake of Apple's latest earnings numbers said, well… damn near everything we've been talking about for the past two years…

CNBC – "Investors who sold Apple after its first quarter warning are looking silly now"

Bloomberg – "Apple shares climb as the company outlines life beyond the iPhone"

Financial Times – "Apple bets that 900m iPhone users will underpin growth"

China Daily – "Apple opens new chapter as iPhone sales fall"

This proves our point: Life will be just fine without the iPhone!

More importantly, between the lines, it hints at a massive, extremely profitable shift that's just getting underway over at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino.

Apple's getting ready to throw a multibillion-dollar party – one we're all dressed and ready for.

Consider its latest earnings numbers your engraved invitation...


3 Legacy Tech Stocks Are "On Sale"

Following the herd will get you the same basic profits as everyone else. But if you want to regularly make life-changing returns, you must be a maverick investor.

Today, we'll show you how to do just that. Take the hype around Facebook Inc. as an example.

Between March and July, Facebook stock rose a stunning 41% as eager investors bought shares by the truckload.

With the fifth largest market cap of all publicly traded companies, it's safe to say Facebook is one of the most popular stocks on Wall Street...

Dow Jones

Can the Dow Jones Today Recover from GE's Dividend Cut?

The Dow Jones today is down 81 points in pre-market hours as the Senate continues to debate a plan to delay reducing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20% until 2019.

But today's major stock market news focuses on General Electric (NYSE: GE), as the American conglomerate announced it's halving its dividend.

Here's a look at today's most important market events and stocks, plus a look at today's economic calendar...

North Korea

How North Korea Has Weaponized Bitcoin

North Korea is using Bitcoin to ease the pain of global economic sanctions.

Beyond the control of any government, Bitcoin is the perfect economic countermeasure for the regime of Kim Jong Un. And it's a logical fit for a country that has invested heavily in cyberwarfare over the past decade.

In addition to attacking the computer systems of their enemies, North Korean hackers are charged with extracting as much money as they can.

Here are some of the daring schemes they've used to obtain Bitcoin...