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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.
There’s a formula to wealth, and I know it.
More importantly, YOU know it by virtue of being a member of the Total Wealth Family.
I’m thrilled you’re here because what happens next with two of the world’s most talked about stocks is going surprise a lot of people.
FANG stocks were stocks you couldn’t afford NOT to own for years. There was, as we have discussed many times, simply no reason to leave ’em behind.
It’s a different story now, though.
Two of the four original FANG stocks are likely to fall precipitously next year if not fail outright within the next five years.
You’ve got to reshuffle the proverbial deck if you want to stay in the hunt for big profits. And, you want to start by investing in a group of very special companies that pay YOU to buy their stock.
I call ’em the “Big A’s.”
Most investors think they have this covered but let me tell you something … they’re deluding themselves.
The stocks I am about to share with you could return 5X the broader markets over the next five years. What’s more, they could account for more than 50% of all stock market gains in the next decade.
Let’s talk about them now.
Oct 24, 2019
Amazon’s been drawing in short-term traders, but it’s just noise when it comes to this e-commerce giant. Plus, Keith weighs in on what’s happening with Intel.
Oct 21, 2019
Keith’s compelling argument on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. may surprise you.
Oct 16, 2019
Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) is a wreck.
And Libra – the global cryptocurrency it wants to establish?
Let’s just say it’s a four-letter word that I can’t use in this column. And, leave it at that.
Thankfully, though, there’s another company with digital monetary aspirations you’ll want to own.
It’s bigger, better and well established.
What’s more, the company I’m recommending recorded profits of $16.75 billion last year alone.
Like millions of Seattleites, I’ve cheered Starbucks Inc. (NasdaqGS:SBUX) on for years.
I’ve watched, cheered, and consumed my fair share of coffee as the company’s grown from the one-room grinding shop where it started in the Pike Place Market to the worldwide brand it is today. And, in return, I’ve always felt that the company valued my business.
In fact, I think there’s a good case to be made that Starbucks “hates” in-store customers like me.
That’ll be bad for unsuspecting stockholders who get caught mid-latte, but great for savvy investors who line up big profits as the price of Starbucks’ shares falls.
Millions of investors are focused on the past right now.
That’s a huge disadvantage because it’s the future that matters – both in terms of how we live our lives and how we make our money.
Especially when it comes to how they view current headlines.
I don’t blame ’em, though.
They’ve been brainwashed to believe that life moves because of what’s already happened. So they see the financial markets the same way and, not surprisingly, get stuck in a rut.
That’s too bad, especially right now.
First there was China, then politics, then rates… a trifecta of sorts at best or even a perfect storm depending on your perspective.It looks like the markets are going to take us for a wild ride – but we aren’t worried. As long as you follow this advice, you’ll be looking at potential profits no matter what. Click here to watch.