Protect Your Wealth in Three Simple Steps

Keith Fitz-Gerald Apr 19, 2019

I hope you’re getting ready for Easter and, hopefully, a good long weekend, too. I know I’m excited – I’m taking the afternoon off today to do a little motorcycling then we’ve got some family time planned to celebrate Sunday.

The markets are closed and that means we’ve got a little breathing room to tackle one of the single most important subjects there is when it comes to the big profits you deserve.

Not new trades mind you.

I’m talking about risk management.

How You Can Multiply Your Money Quickly by Working Smarter (Not Harder!)

Keith Fitz-Gerald Apr 17, 2019

Conventional trading can only get you so far, so fast.

You can buy stocks, trade options, and invest in ETFs until you’re blue in the face, and, don’t get me wrong, you will have the opportunity to make a lot of money… some day. But if you want the possibility to make hundreds of thousands of dollars now, you’re going to have to ramp up your strategy.

I’m not talking about investing more, just in case you’re wondering.

I’m talking about making your money work smarter to go after huge potential profits that can change your life immediately.

Here’s how you can multiply your money 10X!

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  • Getting Cold Feet Now Could Mean Missing Huge Opportunities Ahead

    It’s sad but all too true…

    millions of investors fear the worst when they should be planning for the best.

    Case in point, FANG stocks.

    Investors fell all over themselves in a rush to sell last December when the markets plumbed new lows and people thought a repeat of 2008 at hand. was in the proverbial cards. Since then, those same stocks – Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN), Netflix Inc. (NasdaqGS:NFLX), and Google (now Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL)) – have tacked on a jaw-dropping $600 billion in market cap.

    Chances are good you’re grinning ear to ear if you’ve been following along with me as directed, both here and in our paid sister services, because I told you to do two things: a) stay in and b) buy more if you could.

    “Even a single share” I urged – if that’s what it took or that’s what you could afford.

    That’s still true today.

    I know the markets seem range bound at the moment but, my hunch is, they won’t be for long.

    Neither will big tech.

    Here’s why.


  • Don’t Confuse a Sideways Market with One About to Drop

    The markets have gone absolutely nowhere this week, and millions of investors are convinced there’s “nothing to buy,” so they’re thinking about selling.

    I can’t think of a more expensive mistake.

    I totally get where they’re coming from…the sharp move higher that started after December’s drop seems to have petered out, volume is low, and the headlines are slow. It’s natural to think about selling, especially if you crave “action.”

    Hedging your bets is a far more profitable alternative.

    Let’s talk about how you do that…