As an individual investor, one of the smartest things you can do is to "follow the money" and stay on top of the immense capital flows that portend big profits and crippling losses.
Tracking the "whales," the huge institutional players, like pension funds, that can move entire markets at a stroke, is one of the best ways to do just that.
The trick is to know which of these big fish to follow.
I'm tracking two of these market movers right now. Both are faced with macroeconomic madness... Only one is set to sell itself into oblivion and irrelevance amid plenty of cheerleading from the pundit class. But the other whale is making some unorthodox - and therefore controversial - moves that should ensure its continued survival and prosperity.