Yesterday, for the first time since the BACK-AND-FORTH between bulls and bears began, we saw real ANIMAL SPIRITS, not just stocks rising on no volume and computers doing the heavy lifting, as we’ve seen for weeks; the BULLS WANTED IN this time.
Take a DEEP BREATH; whether you are like me and believe that the BEST COURSE OF ACTION is to protect the elderly and the immune-weakened, while the rest of us continue BUILDING our lives, unleashing the full power of ingenuity towards alleviating the suffering and fear of the compromised, so they can ALL return to normalcy – or – whether you’re of the opinion that everyone should stay at home, the fact remains that the PANIC PHASE is behind us. Now it’s time to defeat it COMPLETELY!
In 2008, Washington and the Federal Reserve concentrated all of their efforts on saving the banking system. Between then and now, the banking sector UNDERWENT TREMENDOUS regulatory changes. Banking is a TOUGH BUSINESS, which makes it hard to enter into, but the banks don’t actually need a bailout in 2020.
‘ve spent considerable time understanding the whole story behind BILL GATES’ CRAZE with vaccines, and his willingness to be DESPISED and DRAGGED THROUGH THE MUD in his pursuit to mitigate diseases with mass-scaled shots, which are highly CONTROVERSIAL.
It’s so easy to FOLD BACK into your cocoon right now, to HIDE from difficulty, to add those few EXTRA POUNDS, to watch a TV show when you should be reading, to scroll the phone when you ought to be networking, to waste time when you could be fostering relationships with friends and family.
While early-stage investors into the likes of Google, Netflix, and Microsoft have made fortunes, companies raising their dividend pay-out annually with strong, long-term growth have gone almost unnoticed in the recent decades since tech stocks began booming from the eighties onwards.
Make a Fortune From Cradle to Grave
A core holding is an investment in a business that just keeps growing and becoming more efficient and profitable for decades. Owning such businesses is the master key to stock market wealth. This company is in an industry with products that have constant demand, and it dominates the industry, which makes it a recession-proof company. Out-performance is what this business is used to, and it will keep on making its shareholders wealthier every year.
Six Types of Stocks Part 3: Cyclicals
This is by far one of the most explosive groups of stocks. They swing from undervalued to overvalued and back to undervalued. By learning the cycles, enormous wealth can be generated. Peter Lynch — who generated 29% annually and is regarded as the top mutual fund manager of all time — was a big fan of them. Learn to master these industries and you can double your money in less than a year and do this consistently. In fact, that is one of the main Core Values at Wealth Research Group. This Special Report will lay out how possible this really is.
Fortressing: Age 55+
The Western world provides innumerable opportunities for thrills, recreation, and pleasure at retirement. And now, with cutting-edge medicine and healthcare, people get to live with vitality for decades after retiring from the workforce.
Now more than ever, learning how to apply the strategies of passive income is a “make or break” skill. Fortify your financial future by becoming a retirement guru – learn the principles of managing your savings for maximum benefit.
Fuse Lit: America Crumbling From Within – Riots & Violence Threaten Rule of Law
One of the WORST OUTBREAKS of civil unrest in American history is unfolding RIGHT BEFORE your eyes in 2020. This is even worse than the Rodney King riots that gripped Los Angeles in the early 1990’s and the college-campus riots of Chicago in the 1960’s. Its roots TRACE BACK to a hash tag that’s controversial and, in some instances, HATE-FUELED.
Six Types of Stocks Part 2: Stalwarts
The S&P 500 has returned an annual return of roughly 7% since inception. This group of stocks historically return more than 10% per year, with much less risk. These businesses make so much money that shareholders receive bigger dividends every year, and the compounding effect has the potential of turning every $10,000 into roughly $250,000 in about 3 decades. That’s how powerful they are.