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Trading Strategies

How to Profit from a $16.2 Billion Luxury Loser

Well, it was fun while it lasted.

For a few weeks now, the market has been buzzing about the "inevitable" acquisition of luxury brand Tiffany & Co. by Bernard Arnault's luxury juggernaut LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE.

To hear the media talk about it, it was a done deal – a dead certainty. Nothing could stop it. The $16.2 billion deal would have been the biggest acquisition in the high-flying luxury sector's history.

Of course I say "would have," because it all just fell apart. The sound of corporate wedding bells has been replaced by the shouts of corporate lawyers.

But if you make this easy move, you'll hear the sweet sound of a ringing cash register… Full Story

But if you make this easy move, you'll hear the sweet sound of a ringing cash register...


This Diamond Play Will Reward Bold, Forward-Thinking Investors

Apparently diamonds really aren't forever. Although De Beers is known for its wildly successful "A Diamond Is Forever" campaign, the truth is the company helped create a market that it nearly monopolized. But over time, supply from other diamond miners added considerably to supply, eventually contributing to a decrease in the value of De Beers' […]

Thanks to a swelling Asian middle class, the outlook for the natural diamond industry is highly promising, and our Peter Krauth is going to show you just how lucrative it can be for investors with the right angle...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Slides as Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization Documents

The Dow Jones today traded lower in premarket trading after U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed documents concerning President Trump's business organizations.

These documents are the first requested directly from one of the President's business operations.

Markets are likely to exhibit volatility today as a large volume of stock index futures, stock index options, stock options and single stock futures expire today – a phenomenon known as quadruple witching.

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