Stimulus SPAC’ing, Starbucks Stimulants & Nikola’s Cone of Shame

Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems Never underestimate the market’s ability to find products for people who have money. The market has more money than product right now. — Scott Galloway, Marketing Professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business Who’s hot, who’s not? Tell me whose stock sells out in the stores? You tell me who flopped, who copped the SPAC drop? I’m guessing the overlap between Great Ones and Notorious B.I.G. fans is pretty thin. But for that one reader who gets it … there you go. More money, more problems. That seems like a pretty fair summation of[…]

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2 Huge Trends Fuel Mobility Stocks’ Rebound

Mobility stocks, such as electric vehicle (EV) and self-driving vehicle stocks, were market leaders for nearly a year. But in 2021, many mobility stocks have fallen 50% or more from their highs, and the industry has become oversold. The stock market is now heating back up after a healthy pullback. That has created attractive buying opportunities in mobility stocks. I expect these stocks to return to a leadership position once again. Mobility Stocks Will Lead in the Coming Decades Advancements made in mobility this decade will rival those of the 1920s, when car ownership tripled. The first advancement is the[…]

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New 2021 TSLA Target: More Gains Ahead?

Are you worried you missed the boat on Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA)? Even with the recent pullback, some of you could be sitting on 900% or more with the stock. And if you never got in, you might think it’s too late. Well, today we’re announcing a new 2021 prediction for Tesla… Don’t miss what’s in store for Tesla! (Hint: 3D printing, new energy and battery storage projects.) Regards, Paul Mampilly Editor, Profits Unlimited Editor’s Note: Tesla and 3D printing is a dream for a Bold Profits mega trend mash-up! It’s happening now. But the best part: Paul sees even more[…]

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How to Make REAL Long-Term Investments

A 1,000% return in 10 months! For most investors, that’s a lifetime of gains. But for shareholders of electric vehicle company Tesla, it was par for the course. From the lows of March 2020 to the beginning of January 2021, that’s how high its stock rose. But here’s the problem: Nothing in the underlying business changed to justify an 11X rise in the stock. Even the most bullish Tesla analysts tried and failed to come up with good reasons for the stock’s sharp run-up. So, why did it take off like a moonshot? Because of momentum traders. Now, momentum trading[…]

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Market Madness: 2 Profit Strategies

Talk about March Madness! You’ve been navigating market madness on this roller coaster. But listen, after the rally we’ve seen since 2020, this kind of correction is normal. And that brings us to Strategy No. 1: Strong Hands. When our America 2.0 stocks are experiencing a temporary pullback like this, we hold Strong Hands. And that’s because we believe they are going to rise up even higher than before. Here’s what Paul says: in 1 yr, or 3 or 5 years our #A2O #4IR will be a bigger part of our world. that means rising sales, profits for these companies[…]

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Target Gains of 10% … 50% … Even 100% Every Week

What if investing really was as easy as trading the same stock over and over? I know: It sounds impossible. There are over 10,000 stocks in the U.S. market. And each one has the potential to be the next great investment idea. But each stock has its own variables. Its own patterns. That’s a lot to research and track. It can seem overwhelming. But imagine becoming an expert on just one stock. Then you wouldn’t need to watch, buy and sell the thousands of stocks out there that you know little about. That would be like an orthopedic surgeon trying[…]

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China Fires At Fintech, DOCU Drama & Ulta-mate Earnings

Friday Four Play: The “Conform Or Be Cast Out” Edition Great Ones, I don’t usually rush to conclusions, but I have a distant early warning for anyone invested in Chinese stocks today. And for those holding stock in Chinese financial technology companies (fintechs), this week’s developments hit a bit closer to the heart. China is doubling down on the great communist firewall. Companies such as Tencent, Baidu, ByteDance (aka TikTok) and Didi Chuxing are being fined and reprimanded for past acquisitions and investments the government says violate antitrust laws. You’d think China would’ve cracked down when those investments were made[…]

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Stimulus Is Here: Buy Cryptos at a Discount

You’ve heard about the stimulus bill in the U.S. … and now it’s reality. The House just passed a final bill, and President Joe Biden signed it on Thursday. It has been helping to bid asset prices higher. If you’re a fan of cryptos, you should be excited. But this excitement isn’t limited to crypto enthusiasts. I know many of you out there just like to get a good deal. You should be psyched up, too. In today’s Market Insights video, I share a trade idea that should appeal to crypto and value lovers alike. (If you’d prefer to read[…]

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Inflation Of My Ire, Apple Sauced & MongoDB’s Mega Mess

Fizz, Fizz, Oh What A Relief It Is? So, Great Ones … how do you spell “relief?” Bank of America apparently spells relief thusly: “S T I M U L U S.” Today, the big American bank’s research investment committee said that the $1.9 trillion in stimulus spending won’t overheat the U.S. economy. It even included a handy-dandy chart to explain where all that money would actually go: On one hand, I have to give Bank of America credit for getting this right — even if it spelled “relief” wrong. Make no mistake, this is a ­relief package — not[…]

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Why Trading the DIA Is Your Best Choice

Good trading ideas are often simple. Despite that reality, many investors believe they need to find complex strategies. Complexity brought about portfolio insurance in the 1980s. This idea led to the October 1987 crash, which is still the largest one-day market decline in history. Markets quickly recovered from that crash, and the lessons were quickly forgotten. There are many historical examples. In the 1600s, instead of simply trading tulips, speculators created futures contracts on tulip bulbs. That invention may have contributed to the first market crash in history. We’ve seen this more recently too. By 2007, some traders thought they[…]

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