Recent Winners

Alert Price: $0.36
High Price: $1.01
Results: 180% in 40 Days
Alert Price: $1.81
High Price: $4.65
Results: 157% in 36 Days
Alert Price: $1.50
High Price: $3.50
Results: 133% in 85 Days
Alert Price: $15.85
High Price: $30
Results: 91% in 41 Days
Alert Price: $1.40
High Price: $2.66
Results: 90% in 69 Days
Alert Price: $12.72
High Price: $23.75
Results: 87% in 20 Days
Alert Price: $10.10
High Price: $17.38
Results: 72% in 51 Days
Alert Price: $37.68
High Price: $61.73
Results: 64% in 67 Days
Alert Price: $28.22
High Price: $44.46
Results: 58% in 60 Days
Alert Price: $1.47
High Price: $2.32
Results: 58% in 29 Days
Alert Price: $15.10
High Price: $23.40
Results: 55% in 37 Days
Alert Price: $1.20
High Price: $1.76
Results: 47% in 60 Days
Alert Price: $25.06
High Price: $36.40
Results: 45% in 67 Days
Alert Price: $79.39
High Price: $114.06
Results: 44% in 51 Days
Alert Price: $18.24
High Price: $25.09
Results: 38% in 55 Days
Alert Price: $48.25
High Price: $65.90
Results: 36% in 28 Days
Alert Price: $13.75
High Price: $18.50
Results: 35% in 51 Days
Alert Price: $27.22
High Price: $35.88
Results: 32% in 6 Days
Alert Price: $37.05
High Price: $48.42
Results: 31% in 68 Days
Alert Price: $134.56
High Price: $171.52
Results: 27% in 55 Days
Alert Price: $13.40
High Price: $17.04
Results: 27% in 22 Days
Alert Price: $55.67
High Price: $70.64
Results: 27% in 73 Days
Alert Price: $1.58
High Price: $1.98
Results: 25% in 72 Days
Alert Price: $70.05
High Price: $87.41
Results: 25% in 61 Days
Alert Price: $4.43
High Price: $5.45
Results: 23% in 3 Days
Alert Price: $8.30
High Price: $10.25
Results: 23% in 12 Days
Alert Price: $15.40
High Price: $18.67
Results: 21% in 11 Days
Alert Price: $6.89
High Price: $8.25
Results: 20% in 11 Days
Alert Price: $4.49
High Price: $5.37
Results: 20% in 62 Days
Alert Price: $11.24
High Price: $13.46
Results: 20% in 15 Days
Alert Price: $63.23
High Price: $76.06
Results: 20% in 68 Days

Past results are not indicative of future profits. This table is accurate, though not every trade is represented.


Trading Lessons

Mainstream Financial News


The Devil Hidden In This Years Santa Claus Rally, TAXES

The Santa Claus Rally is the upward move in the price of stocks that often occurs in the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. There are several reasons that explain the Santa Claus Rally, including tax considerations, and people investing their Christmas bonuses.

The seasonal Santa Claus Rally started early this year because of (Read More….)

Black Friday Hits All-Time Record of $3.34 Billion

Black Friday sales hit an all-time high record of $3.34 billion or 21.6% growth year-over-year. Mobile accounted for $1.2 billion of those sales, a 33% increase from the previous year. TechCrunch writes…

Combined with yesterday’s $1.93 in online sales on Thanksgiving, the two days are expected to close out at nearly $5 billion in sales. (Read More….)

Can I Just Say It, Autonomous Driving Is Stupid To Average Consumers

Autonomous driving is dumb. In my surveys of asking family members and friends, there’s a whole ZERO percent interest in autonomous self-driving cars.

Most Americans don’t even want a chip on a credit card let alone a car that drives itself.

Technology companies think they are smarter than consumers. Tech companies believe that once they (Read More….)

Question of the Week – Should the Chicago Stock Exchange Implement a Speed Bump?

Made famous by Michael Lewis’s book “Flash Boys,” the Chicago Stock Exchange plans to introduce a delay of 350 microseconds, or millionths of a second, on incoming trades. The idea is to thwart aggressive high-frequency trading strategies. The WSJ writes…

The Chicago exchange, which handles a sliver of U.S. stock-trading volume, says it wants to (Read More….)

Microeconomics and Taxation

Most government revenue comes from the taxation of transactions and labor. Taxes impact both the supply and demand curves. Taxes cause a buyer to pay more for something and suppliers to receive less. The loss of value for both buyers and sellers is called the deadweight loss of taxation. Taxation has an enormous impact on (Read More….)

The Chart That Shows Why The S&P Is Very Sensitive To Rate Hikes

The S&P is more sensitive to rate hikes than at any time in US history because dividends and buybacks are at their highest levels ever.

Corporate dividends and buybacks of large US corporations are expected to exceed $1 trillion for the first time in US history.

Corporations are having to pay investors to hold (

Fed Puts Markets On Notice For Rate Hike

Fed’s Eric Rosengren was clear in his speech early Friday that rates need to be raised. Mr. Rosengren said that if we don’t raise rates soon, we could crash the economy. Mr. Rosengren said, “A failure to continue on the path of gradual removal of accommodation could shorten, rather than lengthen, the duration of this (Read More….)

Desperate Bank Opens Millions Of Fake Accounts For Fees

Banks are so desperate for profits, because of ultra-low interest rates, that they are increasingly turning to fraud.

A whopping 5,300 Wells Fargo employees were fired for creating over 2 million phony “ghost” bank accounts, and then charging customers fees on those accounts. The phony accounts earned the bank unwarranted fees and allowed Wells Fargo (Read More….)

Deutsche Bank Linked To Gold Scam

Deutsche Bank, the principal bank behind Xetra-Gold, said that its partner Clearstream Banking AG stores one gram of gold for each unit of Xetra-Gold. Xetra-Gold, a publicly traded exchange-traded commodity, claims that “every gram of gold purchase electronically is backed by the same amount of physical gold.” Xetra-Gold promised that investors have “the right for (Read More….)

BOE Auction Signaling the Global Failure of QE

The BOE restarted its QE bond purchases last week, or at least it tried to. The BOE could not find enough bonds to buy.

The first auction on Monday went fine but on Tuesday, the BOE fell £52 million short of its target to buy £1.17 billion in long-dated government debt.

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Mainstream Media Says Stocks Shouldn’t Be This High

Mainstream financial media is publishing stories about how the market shouldn’t be this high. Watch out folks. Institutional traders have been making a lot of money off of pushing the idea that stocks are going to pull back at any time.

Amateur traders have been taking short positions against the market for more than a (Read More….)

Shopping Center Carnage: $47.5 Billion In Loans Coming Due

The second-biggest US mall owner General Growth Properties defaulted last month when a $144 million loan on a property came due. The default by General Growth Properties could be a sign of troubles to come.

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Japan Bond Yields All Going Negative

Japan’s bond yields are all going negative. Reports are that the 20-year bond yield briefly fell below zero today in some markets. The bid chart I was able to retrieve shows 20-year bond yields just above zero at 0.017%.

The number of Japanese bonds with a negative yield are astounding. Anything below the 20-year (Read More….)

UK Panic: Property Funds Halt Redemptions

U.K. commercial real-estate funds are preventing people from cashing out. UK commercial property investors are frozen in their trades after a record number of people have cashed out since the Brexit vote.

An estimated $12 billion of investors assets are now frozen. Golly gee, that’s not going to create a panic!

M&G Investments, Aviva AV, (

ISIS Terror In Middle East: Plans Attack Against San Francisco

ISIS attacks are on the rise in the Middle East and around the world. Three coordinated Islamic State bombing attacks on Yemeni government forces killed 38 people in the southern port city of Mukalla on Monday.

ISIS recruitment thrives in underdeveloped countries. Yemen is the Arab Peninsula’s poorest nation. In March of 2016, the Yemeni (Read More….)

US Banking Collapse Of Confidence As Earnings Fall

As earnings fall across the banking sector, and SEC criminal charges rise, new signs are emerging of a US banking collapse that may be already underway.

One of the most shocking facts about Brexit was the massive panic selling in US banks. The average decline for the country’s six biggest banks was -7.59%. Apparently, banks (Read More….)