As the U.S. dollar continues to sink - which is a massive economic trend that we're dealing with currently - our Garrett Baldwin's going to be showing you the many unique, low-risk ways to profit over the next few weeks and beyond...
- The Long and Short of It: There's More Upside as the Dollar Sinks
- Get into the Trillion-Dollar Healthcare Industry Without Touching a Single Stock
- How You Can Get Paid for Every Amazon Box on Your Doorstep
- How to Profit from Creeping Emerging-Market Contagion
- Stablecoin: Just What the Ethereum "Doctor" Ordered
- Why the Price of Bitcoin Is Falling Closer to $8,000
- Google's Ban of Cryptocurrency Ads Pushes Bitcoin to Brink of $8,000
- Ripple CEO Calls Bitcoin the "Napster" of Digital Currencies
- The Price of Stellar Lumens Could Climb 275%
- Why Bitcoin Prices Fell Under $9,000 Today
- Twitter Inc. Vows to Crack Down on Cryptocurrency Scam Accounts
- 7 Bullish Ethereum Price Predictions for 2018
- Binance Hacking Rumors Pound Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies
- Spotting Trump's Strong-Dollar Fake-Out Is Critical for Your Money
- Cryptocurrency Prices Drop Alongside Dow Jones Industrial Average Today
- Litecoin Prices Today Are Sliding, but This Surprising New Development Could Boost Them
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.
Lately, I swear there's a new box from Amazon sitting on my doorstep every time I come home.
Sometimes, I can't even remember what it is until I've opened it. But it's that time of year, right?
Really, it's no wonder Amazon has been called the most valuable company on the planet. With every cardboard box the UPS man drops on a front stoop, Jeff Bezos is somewhere, deepening his pockets.
But he's not the only one. You don't have to work at Amazon to make a profit on the e-commerce giant's unrivaled shipping activity.
There's an even better - and more lucrative - way that you can get paid for every Amazon box on your doorstep.
I'm not talking about buying the stock. I'm not even talking about buying an option on the stock, for that matter.
There's a new market on the scene that almost no one knows about - and it could drop a 61,714% gain in your pocket in a matter of days.
The soaring stock market, sizzling economy, and still historically low interest rates in the United States make it all too easy to forget about the wider world beyond these shores.
But the world is out there... and right now, it's not pretty.
The emerging markets, the single investment darlings that used to boast two and three times the growth of North America and Western Europe, have hit the skids.
It's no exaggeration to use the word "crisis."
You can really take your pick here, but Venezuela, Argentina, Turkey, Iran, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, and Indonesia are the easy ones to point out.
All have seen their currencies take sharp haircuts over the past several months - quite a few of these currencies are in outright free fall - and the outlook is not promising.
One major headwind for them is the relative strength of the U.S. dollar.
The greenback has risen by 8% against a basket of the most utilized major world currencies and much more against those of emerging markets.
Turkey, for instance, is in the throes of economic turmoil. Argentina has come hat in hand to the IMF's door for a $50 billion loan. During "rough" weeks, savers and shoppers in Iran and Venezuela watch their net worth depreciate by the hour.
Anyone who's old enough to remember the late 1990s knows such events in emerging markets have a tendency to spread, and the contagion effect can rapidly spiral outward, engulfing entire regions like wildfire.
The easy call: If you're in, it's time to get out.
Cryptocurrencies backed by stable fiat currencies, like the U.S. dollar, made huge waves earlier this summer.
They're called "stablecoins," and they're a way to potentially blunt the notorious volatility of cryptocurrencies - an issue that profoundly affects the viability of using crypto as an "everyday" medium of exchange. You wouldn't want to draw a paycheck in crypto, for instance, or even buy a gallon of milk with it, because the value gyrates wildly almost by the hour.
Stablecoins make an end run around that problem. Even better, they provide a way for regular investors to hop in and out of crypto positions with little "friction" and take full advantage of the "good stuff" cryptos have to offer: international acceptance, ease of use, security, and privacy.
They're outrageously popular, too. For a time this summer, before its well-publicized troubles, Tether did more daily volume than the greenback.
Now stablecoins are coming back - the right way. And they're doing it all aboveboard, in the light of day, with some serious backing and the OK of U.S. regulators.
The price of Bitcoin is falling closer to $8,000 today.
One of the reasons is Google is going to ban cryptocurrency ads soon.
Google's ban of cryptocurrency ads is placing a lot of pressure on the price of Bitcoin.
Today, the crypto coin traded under $8,500.
The CEO of Ripple said that Bitcoin could become the Napster of cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin shows what is possible through blockchain technology, but there could be other coins and other cryptocurrency companies that improve upon it.
A bold new cryptocurrency prediction shows the price of Stellar Lumens climbing to $1.05 per coin.
That could mean the price of the cryptocurrency skyrockets 275% in 2018.
Bitcoin prices today fell under $9,000, as governments around the world start to enforce new regulatory framework.
This is causing fear, uncertainty, and doubt within the cryptocurrency community.
Twitter Inc. has vowed to stop cryptocurrency scammers.
Fake accounts of supposedly prominent figures are asking for small amounts of crypto coins.
Most analysts are bullish in their Ethereum price predictions for 2018.
Some see the coin climbing over $2,000.
Thanks to Binance hacking rumors, cryptocurrency prices today plunged.
Bitcoin fell 8%, Ethereum fell 8%, and Litecoin fell 7%.
Despite what Trump's administration would want you to believe - namely, that it's all for a strong dollar - it's really just a fake-out.
Cryptocurrency prices dropped today, and Bitcoin even fell below $10,000 at one point.
During the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average also slumped by more than 300 points.