1 HUGE Prediction for Crypto

In a few years, we’re going to say THIS moment was an obvious buy opportunity. No-brainer obvious. Right now, fear is driving. But not for long. The Federal Reserve — in my opinion — has ignited the Great Reversal. And today, we’re focusing in on what could be one of the biggest winners for it: cryptos. Especially if Ian’s HUGE crypto prediction comes true. You know how I feel. Cryptos like bitcoin and Ethereum are here to stay. They offer real world solutions to old-world problems. So, for the HODLers, the Strong Hands, the #BOP (bullish, optimistic, positive) … today[…]

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Get Your PIZZA 🍕: Stocks for Great Reversal

The Fed ignited the Great Reversal back to growth stock with this week’s interest rate hike.  (Read the full thread here.) And those moves are going to be into our America 2.0 stocks. You know it. We are #BOP (bullish, optimistic, positive) with #StrongHands! And with that … pizza party ? If you are looking at this time as a moment to buy, Paul posted a PIZZA trade. And you can tell he is bullish because it keeps getting bigger! adding $META to the Pizza🍕portfolio because the Metaverse is going to be a big deal. $RBLX and $META are the ways[…]

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Ignore the Crypto Haters — Here’s What Ian King Thinks

Crypto critics were feeling pretty smug this week. New York Magazine said: “Crypto Is Crashing. It Deserves To.” Yahoo Finance wrote: “Crypto is crashing. Here’s why Warren Buffett has hated it all along.” Bloomberg even reported: “Bill Gates Blasts Crypto, NFTs as Based on ‘Greater Fool’ Theory.” I’ll give them this: It feels good to be right. And it’s easy to hate an asset that’s already spiraling downward. But those articles aren’t helpful to crypto investors. That’s why I reached out to our crypto expert, Ian King. He recently sat down with John Daly for Crypto Corner, a special series[…]

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Burning Down The Housing Market; Tesla’s Trouble Is Just Getting Started

A House Is A House Is A House… Happy Thursday, Great Ones, and welcome to another Thursday Throwdown, where — oof, good God, what’s going on with the market?! We’re doing that sell-off-the-whole-world thing again, huh? If you couldn’t tell by now, the Fed ratcheted up interest rates yesterday … and Wall Street is none too happy about it. (Well, it was initially relieved after yesterday’s announcement, but that relief rally fell flatter than flat, and today we’re definitely not meant to be happy, as these things so often go. Anyway…) While the market tries to bear today’s plunge, it’s[…]

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Guess Who Wants to Protect Your Cryptos?

“…Aaaand it’s gone.” That line from a 2009 South Park episode came at the depths of the financial crisis. In the episode, characters watched their brand-new investments plunge to $0 within seconds. It was a cynical take on a brutal bear market, where the S&P 500 Index crashed over 50%. Today, the crypto markets are in a similar panic. LUNA crashed 99.99% after its stablecoin depegged from the U.S. dollar. Crypto lender Celsius said on Monday that it’s pausing all withdrawals and transfers. And Coinbase, another major exchange, warned its customers that they could lose their cryptos if the company[…]

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Ichimoku Clouds: 3 Trading Strategies in 1 Indicator

If you want to know the state of the market at a glance, just look to the clouds…Now, before you institutionalize me, I’m not talking about the fluffy white cotton floating in the sky.I’m talking about Ichimoku cloud charts, a technical indicator developed by Japanese business writer Goichi Hosoda in the 1930s. I first learned about these charts at a conference in New York about a dozen years ago. The speaker said Hosoda was so frustrated with market forecasting tools that he decided to dedicate his time to finding something useful.The story goes, his team rented space in a windowless warehouse[…]

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Consumer Sentiment Crashes, Ulta Splashes & DocuSign Faxes

It’s Times Like These… Great Ones, I was all ready to come into today like a new day rising … a brand-new sky to hang the stars upon tonight. I figured that after last week’s barrage of bad news and Wall Street’s accompanying sell-off, the markets would even out a bit. After all, most of Wall Street’s talking heads saw this coming. They expected it. The major financial publications have been railing on inflation day in and day out for months now. Federal Reserve watchers were already pricing in more aggressive interest rate hikes this year to combat soaring inflation.[…]

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1 Way YOU Can Be a Great Stock Investor TODAY

I think this is the most important thing you can hear from me today… It’s ONLY in hindsight that you know that you bought at a low price to make the big money. In the moment there is nothing but FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt). “I could have bought it cheaper,” then when prices are rising, “OMG, I should have bought more.” That’s human nature. But there’s ONE thing you can do today to be a great, BOLD investor. Last week, we shared the Rules of the Game in our special series. Now, it’s time to look forward in today’s[…]

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Simmer-Down Sunday: Apple Pay Later, But Who’s Buying?

Buy Now, Pay … Never? Great Ones, we’ve talked enough about fear lately — some real legitimate terrors, like recessionary fears, supply chain worries and all that jazz. ‘Course, we’ve talked about some … how do we say this … less-than-usual fears, such as wading through a thrift shop’s sea of used Crocs and secondhand overalls to try and find something vaguely resembling style. But the fear that “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) companies are feeling right now? Ooooh, that’s a way different kind of fear. It’s existential. And it’s all because of Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL). You OK, Great Stuff?[…]

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1 Reason You Aren’t Getting the Gains You Deserve

Emotions are investors’ kryptonite. It’s the No. 1 reason you don’t get the gains you want, deserve and that we want you to have. That’s why we have Rule No. 5: Keep cash on the side. Keeping cash on the side — in your Fidelity, Ameritrade, Robinhood account or with whatever brokerage you use — is your emotional security blanket when the market is especially volatile. When you have what we like to call a “cash buffer,” it brings comfort to know that you still have funds not tied to the market. It will help you get through the bad[…]

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