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Try a New Approach for the New Year

I love a good New Year’s resolution. It’s not so much about specific goals, for me. It’s about the opportunity to reflect on what’s gone well in the last year,


My Forecast for 2018

Stock markets were on fire last year, to the surprise and dismay of many, who, for any number of reasons, were scared to the sidelines. Who enjoyed last year’s stock


An Epic Year

What an epic 12 months it’s been! I’m not talking about Trump, natural disasters, or the Bitcoin bubble. I’m talking about 10X Profits! We launched this service, originally under the code


Finding Good Buys in a Pricey Market

As we approach the New Year, markets are (mostly) reveling in the festive spirit, following the seasonal trend known as the Santa Claus Rally. However, most people I know find


Facebook Executives Are Right: Social Media is Downright Dangerous!

I’ve been skeptical about social media’s ability to do “good” in the world since Day 1. So I find it interesting, now some 13 years after the launch of Facebook,


Free Bitcoin Trading Next Week

As I told my Cycle 9 Alert subscribers on Tuesday, I’m no expert on cryptocurrencies. Still, I’m pretty sure 2017 will go down in the history books as the year


Written Financial Plans are Invaluable

Stop what you’re doing right now. Grab a piece of paper and a pen. (No smartphones! Pen and paper.) Now, write the following words at the top of your blank


How Not to Be the Disadvantaged Underdog in this Game

It’s a classic David and Goliath story… You’re sitting in your study, flipping through the pages of a Wall Street Journal or Investor’s Business Daily, trying to figure out which


There is No House Money… Only YOUR Money

Have you seen those Voya Financial commercials? The ones featuring cartoon, origami rabbits – one orange and one green? It opens with the orange rabbit explaining to a man, “I’m


Should You Be In Or Out of This Market?

I have a lot of empathy for investors these days. It feels like we’re in one of those “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” sort of situations. Stock