What to Buy When There’s Blood in The Streets

Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 14, 2020

There’s an old investing adage attributed to Baron Rothschild, an 18th century British noble…

…buy when there’s blood in the streets.

Originally an ode to contrarian investing, I think it applies right now in light of the coronavirus situation in China.

Today we’re going to talk about just why this adage applies, as well as the best buy I can find, under the circumstances.

It’s probably not a good decision if everyone agrees

The Answer to YOUR Question (And A Great New Recommendation, Too)!

Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 12, 2020
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Sooner or later every investor and trader I’ve ever met asks the question …

… “is it really possible to become a millionaire if you don’t have a lot of money to start with?”

Yes.

Obviously, it’s not as easy as many people think. Make no mistake about it, there will be ups and downs. Even losses along the way.

The key, though, is surprisingly simple.

Let’s talk what it takes to turn a little into a lot right now

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    Orlando, Florida – I’m camped out in Orlando, Florida at the World Money Show as I type where I’m talking numbers, markets, and how to turn your money into real wealth.

    There are several thousand savvy investors here and it’s real privilege to take the stage!

    Speaking of which, we had a great presentation yesterday – admittedly, one of my favorites – Every Dollar You’re Going to Make for the Next Ten Years Is STILL on This List.

    I had standing room only for one simple reason.

    That presentation sets up the framework smart investors need to turn ideas into action.

    And, hopefully, one heckuva lot of profit potential.

    Here’s a quick recap

  • A Low Cost, High Potential Trade When Downside Prices Are Possible

    Most investors dream about catching the next market swing, but very few know how to do that. Even fewer know how to do that cost effectively.

    I’m getting a lot of questions about that in light of the coronavirus situation at the moment as you might imagine given that the markets are headed higher despite growing headline risk.

    If you’re one of ’em and interested in learning how to trade options as a compliment to your regular investing activities, the technique I want to share with you could be right up your alley.

    There are a lot of things to like about the trade not the least of which include a low entry cost and high profit potential.

    I’m particularly drawn, however, to the defined risk, meaning that you know to the penny what your exposure ahead of time.

    Before you spend even a penny in pursuit of profits.

    Here’s what you need to know