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As the 2020 Election Ramps Up, Here's the One Chart Investors Need to See

By this time next year, we'll have elected a new president of the United States. Whether you elect a Democrat, Republican, heck, even a Martian from outer space, things are going to change… big time.

And what I'm going to tell you today isn't for everybody. It's for investors who want to make gobs of money, because the truth of the matter is that profits trounce politics every time.

If you're one of millions of Americans who are worried about power changing hands – or not – you're not alone. People are beginning to feel the pressure of political, economic, and financial chaos based on the coming year, and the big changes we could see as a result of the upcoming election.

Right now, the focus is on the Democratic Party – namely, who will be the nominee to stand up to current U.S. President Donald Trump. Both Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are polling as front-runners, and both of them have policies that will shake up the political, economic, and financial environment that Trump has cultivated.

A lot of people on both sides of the aisle view the election as a negative influence simply because we're in the middle of a market melt-up and any sort of change – whether it's the change of presidency a year from now or even the (slowly rising) threat of it – can tip the markets and send us into a full-scale recession.

It'll be full-blown chaos.

But the thing is, there's loads of money to be made here, and I won't let you miss the huge profit potential being created as voting comes down to the wire.

Let me explain...

Trading Strategies

How to Turn Setbacks into Investing Success

Today, we're going to talk about something unusual – and, at first glance, perhaps even uncomfortable – but stick with me: It's a conversation that'll make you a stronger, more consistently profitable investor.

I'd like to put failure on the table this morning.

Most investors want desperately to succeed – it's easy to understand why.

Unfortunately, in the absence of a disciplined, risk-managed plan, the mad dash for "success" all too often leads folks to fall for glitzy advertising, hype, and – honestly – complete crap… much of which, unfortunately, comes from the newsletter industry.

Chances are you know exactly what I'm talking about.

But here's the secret...

Trading Strategies

A Quick Note on How to Play Stocks in an Uncertain World

Like you and millions of other investors, I've been following the conflict in the Middle East closely; as the past week has shown, events there have the potential to impact multiple global market sectors.

And, not surprisingly, I've got a couple of important observations that could play a pivotal role in protecting your profits and your capital.

One of the most significant things, in my view, is what didn't happen: Markets didn't collapse. Not all that long ago, markets all over the world would've fallen through the floor the instant news of the attacks in Saudi Arabia broke. This time around, however, the markets displayed remarkable resilience. This strength is important to keep in mind.

Also important, though I'm sure you and I wish it weren't: There will be more attacks. The region is just too chaotic to count on peace breaking out.

And most importantly for our chat today, there will be strength in specific stocks if the conflict boils over again. That's what we're going to talk about now - how to concentrate your money to protect your capital and your profits...

Wall Street

What Wall Street Gets Wrong About the Inverted Yield Curve

Things that'll be "different this time" usually aren't, especially when it comes to hot stoves, hot steering wheels, and hot bond markets. Touch 'em and you'll get burned, or so goes the thinking.

Every once in a while, though, the situation plays out.

Take the inverted yield curve that caused last Friday's vicious selloff and made countless headlines around the world when it happen for the first time since 2007.

Contrary to what Wall Street and legions of economists want you to believe, it may NOT be the harbinger of doom that it's been for the past 50 years.

Here's my case (and what to buy if you're interested in big profits)

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The Best Company to Buy to Fight "Weaponized Healthcare"

Healthcare is rapidly being "weaponized" against us.

"Eat that extra donut in the morning," I quipped during a recent appearance on Fox Business Network, and "watch your healthcare premiums go up that afternoon."

After the laughter died down and the chuckling stopped, things got serious.

The big story is that companies can have all the data they want, even if you'd rather they didn't. And the regulators are totally complicit in making this happen.

Which means you've got to think about healthcare differently.

Especially when it comes to profits...