The Perfect Trading Strategy for Today’s Markets

America to Legalize Weed in 2020 Something just happened in the marijuana industry that flew largely under the radar. Yet, the implications are earth-shattering - both for the pot market as a whole and for investors who take notice early. You see, just a few weeks ago, the largest cannabis company in the world entered into a multi-billion dollar deal with a well-known American cannabis firm. Of course, deals like this happen all the time in big business. But this one was different… Because this deal is set to take effect only after the U.S. federal government repeals mari...
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The Secret Marketing Genius Behind Nike

SPONSORED CONTENT Wall Street Buying Frenzy on $3 Stock Dear Reader, Big news today. Wall Street is on a buying frenzy. An obscure $3 tech stock just crushed earnings. Reports are saying that "earnings beat estimates on booming 5G demand." And the company is now set to bring in more revenue than IBM, Facebook and even Google. Yet while those stocks trade for hundreds of dollars, this one company trades for just $3. Perhaps that's why Wall Street is loading up on shares. If there is one stock to buy right now, this is very likely it. You can access t...
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The Gold Market Rally Has Entered its Next Phase

America to Legalize Weed in 2020 Something just happened in the marijuana industry that flew largely under the radar. Yet, the implications are earth-shattering - both for the pot market as a whole and for investors who take notice early. You see, just a few weeks ago, the largest cannabis company in the world entered into a multi-billion dollar deal with a well-known American cannabis firm. Of course, deals like this happen all the time in big business. But this one was different… Because this deal is set to take effect only after the U.S. federal government repeals mari...
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Buy a Company in this Unloved Sector

America to Legalize Weed in 2020 Something just happened in the marijuana industry that flew largely under the radar. Yet, the implications are earth-shattering - both for the pot market as a whole and for investors who take notice early. You see, just a few weeks ago, the largest cannabis company in the world entered into a multi-billion dollar deal with a well-known American cannabis firm. Of course, deals like this happen all the time in big business. But this one was different… Because this deal is set to take effect only after the U.S. federal government repeals mari...
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Buy the Post Bubble Collapse

America to Legalize Weed in 2020 Something just happened in the marijuana industry that flew largely under the radar. Yet, the implications are earth-shattering - both for the pot market as a whole and for investors who take notice early. You see, just a few weeks ago, the largest cannabis company in the world entered into a multi-billion dollar deal with a well-known American cannabis firm. Of course, deals like this happen all the time in big business. But this one was different… Because this deal is set to take effect only after the U.S. federal government repeals mari...
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One Corporate Event that Creates Buying Opportunities Time and Again

There’s an old market adage to buy when there’s “blood in the streets.” But there are plenty of ways to draw blood. In today’s litigious society, one such way is with a big lawsuit. From hot cups of coffee to weed killer that may be cancerous, it’s no surprise that America still leads the world in producing lawyers who need something to do—which usually means finding someone with deep pockets to sue. While many cases have their merits, a favorable jury will often hand out pretty sizeable sums—and that kind of news can set back the shares of a company’s price. The days of the biggest ...
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When Stock Investors Get it Wrong

When you buy shares of a company, you’re getting an ownership slice. If the company does well, your shares should rise. The company may even pay a dividend, providing you with cash you didn’t have to labor over for a living. Sounds great! But, a company is more than just the sum of its shares. Companies have a capital structure, which includes a mix of stocks (called equity), and other types of financing, typically debt. Nearly all companies have debt. Some debt, relative to the stock value, is fine. It’s a lot like the mortgage on your home—borrowed money that lets the company do th...
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Buy this Blue Chip Bargain

There are a lot of ways to make money in the market. But even if you find that rare company that can move ten-fold and provide one of the best profits of your lifetime, that will take time. Most investors get impatient. There are far more investors interested in companies like Amazon (AMZN) today, now that it’s proven its profitability. But even if you invested in the company back when shares were far cheaper, chances are you wouldn’t have taken the full ride. Instead, you would have cashed out and left a huge chunk of potential profits on the table. Rather than try and find the next...
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Invasion of the Unicorns

In Silicon Valley, there are hundreds of privately-held companies known as “unicorns.” That’s a term for a company that has a valuation of over $1 billion based on the last round of equity they sold to private investors. Many of these unicorns will continue to grow and increase in value. Others will fail. A handful will go public. A few have already gone public this year, with more on the way. Some of the biggest names this year have been the ride-sharing companies. In this space, the biggest company in terms of market share is Uber (UBER). However, it let competitor Lyft (LYFT) go p...
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Key Takeaways From the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

While investors typically have a passive role in their investments, they do get to weigh in once a year during a company annual meeting. Usually, that’s a boring affair, laden with Wall-Street speak and accounting terms designed to make eyes glaze over. But there’s one huge exception: the annual meeting of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A). The meeting makes Omaha the ultimate travel destination in the first week in May for any investor. It’s a circus with all sorts of booths, attractions, and resembles a bit of a country fair or circus as much as a corporate business meeting. And while cor...
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