Market Correction Comes To An End.

The market correction that started January 26 of this year has finally bottomed out. Stocks are poised to rally. Will they make new highs and extend the bull run? Come join us as we cash in on the rally.


THE MARKETS BEGIN THEIR RALLY!

Market ready to rally to new highs, but dangers of a major crash still looming. Sign up for free and be alerted in advance of the next 10% drop in the markets.

How To Do Market Timing

We all have a choice, we can take the slow buy and hold approach to retirement wealth, or we can learn how to do market timing and accelerate our returns. By tripling your returns over buy and hold, you can retire a lot sooner. It is my goal in the post to have you tripling your market returns by understanding how to do market timing. I will reveal how I time the ups and [...]

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Leveraged ETF Basics

Leveraged (long) ETFs intend to deliver 2x or 3x the daily performance of the underlying index. Contra-ETFs (or inverse ETFs) intend to replicate 1x, 2x, or 3x the daily inverse performance of the underlying index. The leveraged feature magnifies the performance of the underlying index. I use leveraged ETFs when I feel the market is going down because it is much easier than [...]

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Review of Motley Fool’s Stock Advisor

One of the biggest financial sites is Motley Fool. Founded by Tom and David Gardner, their website shares stock investing tips and they also offer investors a few subscription services. One of those services is Stock Advisor. Motley Fool Stock Advisor Review Every month Motley Fool sends their Stock Advisor subscribers two stock picks they have researched and they fee [...]

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Be Careful Of The Pump And Dump!

Pump and dump is a form of stock fraud in which people artificially inflate the price of stock in order to profit. It is most commonly used to target microcap stocks and penny stocks, stocks in companies with a low value. Stocks of this nature are very easy to manipulate, and their prices are notoriously volatile, so consumers expect some irregularity in these types of stocks. [...]

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