Category Archives: Demographics

WeWork: How to Play What Happens Next

Charles Schwab told CNBC earlier this week that he would never buy the money-losing companies going public these days.

Neither would I.

This year’s initial public offerings have been the least profitable of any year since the tech bubble nearly 20 years ago. They’re a sham being foisted upon unsuspecting investors.

WeWork, a media darling that Wall Street loved to talk about, is a particularly egregious example.

The workspace sharing company was supposedly worth $47 billion just prior to pulling its offering according to greedy lawyers, Silicon Valley execs, and angel investors – all of whom were hoping you wouldn’t notice that the math doesn’t add up.

I only wish the company had blown up sooner.

Because then I wouldn’t have to say what I’m about to with regards to Uber, Lyft and Peloton.

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Last Chance: The Top Four Stocks to Buy Before a Chinese Trade Deal Is Announced

Chinese stocks have been absolutely clobbered over the past year by nervous investors who fear the worst from Chinese trade talks.

I can’t think of a worse – or potentially more expensive – mistake.

A deal is imminent.

That means you want to plan for the best and, not to mention, all the profit potential you can handle.

The stocks I want to tell you about today have excellent fundamentals, terrific growth, and preferred status with China’s ruling elite. They are “global challengers” in the truest sense of the word.

Most importantly…

This could be your last chance to get on board…

Posted in: Buying Dips, Demographics, Rebalancing, Scarcity/Allocation, Technology, Uncategorized |