Category Archives: Markets

More Capital Waves to Ride Means More Upside for Markets

Investors are looking past almost all bad news, anywhere, and becoming downright giddy.

Last week, Investors Intelligence tallied the percent of bullish investors it surveyed at 59.6%. That’s up slightly from the previous week’s tally of 59.2%.

At the same time, bears continued to retreat into the bushes, with only 18.2% of surveyed investors feeling bearish, down from 19.4% the week before.

All that giddiness, however, didn’t lift all equity benchmarks last week.

The Dow was down a slight 0.7% on the week. The S&P 500 was down 0.8%. But the Nasdaq Composite edged 0.2% higher.

Then there’s the Russell 2000. It rose a very robust 2.4% on the week, notching a new all-time high.

And that’s where the story is…

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Hyperdrive Events, Trends, and Profits

The world’s changing, quicker than ever.

And yes, that includes COVID-19 changing our future, but probably not in the ways you’re thinking.

The pandemic’s an accelerant; it’s speeding up societal, commercial, and moneymaking trends most people never saw coming.

But those trends are already here, gathering momentum – some because of COVID, some because we’re stepping into our ineluctable future anyway, and there’s no turning back. Not now, not ever.

I call the increasingly rapid adoption and implementation of trends, that with unimaginable speed will accelerate changes in how we live, work, play, and make money “Hyperdrive events.”

Here’s just one example of what’s happening, and how to profit from this trend going into hyperdrive…

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