Mailbag: How Not to Avoid Losing Money in Stocks

This news comes with perfect timing. Not only could the idea it unlocks make a man rich… but it could keep him out of financial ruin.

How We Dominated the Market in 2019

Teaching everyday folks to be world-class investors is a key part of our mission. So here’s a strategy we use that’s worked quite well lately.

Creative Solutions to Dumb Food Regulations

Folks have no idea what small food crafters go through to try to get their product to market. What’s worse, folks have no clue what they’re being denied…

Mailbag: Your Health Questions, Answered

To start off the new year, we’re going to take some time out of our regularly scheduled programming to address some reader health questions…

Controversial Results From Our First Presidential Debate

The Party of the Unelectables held its first-ever presidential debate. We’re confident we won the night… and lost it, too.

The Very Best Way to Be Happier, Healthier and Wealthier in 2020

Here are three things you must do each morning if you want to reach the peak of your potential in 2020.

How a Manufactured or Virtual Recession Could Cause a Market Crash

Not everyone likes to hear good news about the economy.

Typically, political parties out of power want to see seated opponents get clobbered by economic failure.

In this age a real, or virtual recession, could be manufactured given today’s media reach and technological tools when leading to an election if even just in the minds of voters.

So, you need to ask yourself: Is a recession being manufactured right now? Who benefits from a failing economy or just pushing the recession narrative? Could a manufactured recession or incessant recession fearmongering crash the stock market? And, what would happen to you?

Since you just asked by reading those questions, I’m going to answer them for you.

Only, you’re not going to like what’s really happening and how bad it’s going to get.

But you are going to like knowing what you must do to make a ton of money off the very dirty game that’s going to go terribly wrong…

Lyft’s IPO Won’t Be Worth the Ride

There’s a magical unicorn coming our way, and we’re being offered a ride high into profitable skies if we grab its horn and jump on.

At least that’s what Lyft’s IPO bankers and early investors want us to believe.

The truth is there’s no such thing as a unicorn in real life (in business, a unicorn is a private company that investors claim is worth more than $1 billion), and Lyft isn’t any kind of highflying substitute.

What the upcoming Lyft IPO is more likely to be is a fat payday for bankers, underwriters, and especially early investors, and a bucking-off of late-to-the-party IPO share buyers.

And while Lyft may not have much higher to go, if you’re still interested in learning about IPOs, I have the perfect IPO opportunity for you…

The Frightening Truth Behind the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crashes

As if two new Boeing 737 Max 8 jets crashing and killing 346 people isn’t frightening enough, government investigations might reveal even more frightening news.

Like the fact that Boeing didn’t require pilots who were certified on 737s to get certified on the new Max 8 aircrafts.

Or like the fact that Boeing marketed the cost savings of the lack of these certifications as a positive.

These facts, and yes, they’re facts, not speculation, are just the tip of the iceberg that sank the Titanic, or rather, brought down the 737s.

Today, I’m going to tell you the real story of what happened, most of which has been kept from the public.

And, as a bonus, when Boeing flops, I’ll show you a way to play the airspace sector…

I Want to Own Facebook Stock, But…

There was a time when Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) was one of my favorite stocks. I mean, I loved it and thought it would be something I’d probably never sell.

Then, all kinds of negative press hit the stock – and my opinion of its worth.

While I’m presently out of FB, I want to buy back in at some level.

The problem is I don’t think the company’s cleared the hurdles that brought it down. The stock probably has lower to go.

FB has made routine mistakes, and one particular lame maneuver it just pulled says a lot.

Here is what’s holding me back from buying the stock and what you can do in the meantime before jumping in…