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Like millions of people, I followed the headlines associated with the 3.5 million-strong Women’s March protests closely. Only I wasn’t interested in the identity politics being played out on an international stage.
I was watching because protests about important issues like those the Women’s March represent herald tremendous profit potential.
Admittedly, that sounds cold but that’s very deliberate on my part. In my capacity as Chief Investment Strategist, I don’t have the luxury of taking sides. It’s my job to help you make money by navigating the events that shape our world.
That’s, after all, why we’re here.
Most people don’t think of civil unrest this way and, not surprisingly, their emotions get the better of them as a result. So they have no idea when an event like the Women’s March is a threat or an opportunity.
My goal today is to teach you how to tell the difference between simple dissent and potentially profitable anger.
Welcome to 2017!
I am absolutely thrilled you’re on board for two reasons: a) because this year is going to be even better than last year, and b) because we’re in this together, which means you’ve got a huge advantage over millions of other investors who are trying to “go it alone.”
Speaking of which, I want to jump right in today with three simple things that will help you know exactly what to buy, what to sell, and how to protect your money this year.
And, of course, beyond…