One Simple Trade to Profit from the Amazon/Whole Foods Deal

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 21, 2017
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I made you some very specific promises when I started Total Wealth. Not only would we cover specific trading ideas and big trends, but we’d also dive into the specific tactics needed to maximize your wealth.

Today I’m going to keep that promise with a look at one way to trade Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) and Whole Foods Market Inc. (NasdaqGS:WFM) right now using a Total Wealth Tactic I know you’ll love as much as I do.

What I really like about this trade is that it’s easy to understand and even easier to implement. And, it has the potential to profit no matter whether the markets go up, down, or simply sideways.

Best of all, though, there’s $1 trillion up for grabs.

Here’s what you need to know.

Why Uber’s Self-Destruction Could Be an Opportunity

Total Wealth Staff Jun 21, 2017

Uber has been one of the most disruptive companies to burst onto the global scene, but most recently it’s been plagued by lawsuits, political strife, and now the resignation of CEO Travis Kalanick. With no leadership at the top, it’s clear that Uber is now a bug in search of a windshield. As Keith tells host Stuart Varney, whether Uber makes it or not, these events have just set the stage for a second-tier competitor to come in and dominate the scene. The real question now, is “Who’s going to fill Uber’s shoes?”

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