Are you still chasing AMC stock?
If so, are you dizzy enough yet?
With another huge development almost daily, this stock is nuttier than a squirrel.
At this point, the AMC has received more media attention for being a meme stock than it ever did as a movie theater.
And they’re going to ride this wave into the rocks.
Unfortunately, a lot of investors chasing media buzz will likely crash right along with them.
If you’ve been around awhile, you know I’m not a huge fan of Bitcoin.
I think it’s a bubble that will eventually pop.
But this AMC situation is a different animal altogether.
At least Bitcoin has underlying tech that might help it survive after all of the hype dies down.
AMC just continues to grow, with all flash and no real substance to justify the spike in valuation.
The stock is up more than 2,800 percent this year thanks to the meme stock effect, pushing its valuation to above $31 billion. It was worth $400 million last year.
And the company is clearly cashing in on the hype.
Just last week, AMC announced that it plans to sell 11.5 million new shares.
This week, several company bigwigs took the hint and followed suit, all the way to the bank.
Board members sold nearly $4 million in shares, cashing in on the company’s latest rally.
Three members of the board of directors each dumped shares worth more than $800,000, while two more members sold shares worth more than $700,000 each.
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These company insiders are either taking advantage of the hype for a quick but massive profit, or they see the bubble popping soon.
I think the latter, particularly because after AMC announced plans for the selloff, in the same breath they warned retail investors about the dangers of purchasing the stock.
They had this to say in last week’s filing with securities regulators:
“Under the circumstances, we caution you against investing in our Class A common stock, unless you are prepared to incur the risk of losing all or a substantial portion of your investment.”
Even they don’t have faith in this thing.
They’re literally admitting that there’s no underlying value in the stock.
I don’t know how much more proof we need.
When this crazy ride finally comes to a screeching halt, there are going to be a lot of hurt investors left holding the bag.
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I like those odds a lot better than chasing a meme stock bubble.
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One of the most powerful tools on your path to building wealth is your investment in income protection.
Yes, it’s time for the talk.
The more years you have ahead of you, the more time you have for compound interest to work its magic on the bottom line of your investments.
Unfortunately, each of us only has a finite number of years here.
We spend a huge chunk of our lives working.
However, not enough of us take the time to invest in, plan for, or protect our future.
We naively assume that we’ll always have more time and ability to make more coin.
When it comes to this life, no one owes us anything, especially more time.
For the past year, the pandemic has proven that over and over again.
1 in 4 Americans don’t have life insurance.
Around 60% do have group life insurance plans through their jobs.
But what happens to that employer life insurance policy when there’s a market crash…
Or a pandemic that causes massive layoffs?
So many families were left in financial ruins because bread winners were underinsured, or had none at all.
And when we pass away, there are ALWAYS final expenses.
Not just funeral expenses.
There’s also mortgages, car payments, debt, etc. that still need to be paid.
If you don’t have life insurance or significant investments in place, your family is left holding the bag.
Do you really want to take a 25% chance that your spouse and children may lose their home after you’re gone?
The reality is that it happens every day.
If this sounds like a pitch for life insurance, it’s because it is.
Life insurance isn’t a scam.
Life insurance is not a scam.
It’s a very real way to protect your family and preserve your legacy after you’re gone.
It should be a critical piece of your succession plan.
Until Elon Musk figures out how to live forever, we have to plan for our passing.
If it makes you feel better, think of it as another way to optimize the time horizon on your investments.
Expand your investment strategy and goals to include the income protection that life insurance provides.
If you have a spouse, children, or any other family that you care for, think about what will happen to them once your clock stops.
Stay tuned for a full breakdown on the different types of life insurance, and how much coverage you should have.
As always, your plan for wealth building should include stock market investments.
And our Precision Volume Alerts service is a great way to start racking up quick wins in your investing plan.
In the month of May alone, members have booked profits of 66%, 95% and 114%.
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When I was a kid, I loved watching reruns of The Honeymooners.
I couldn’t stop laughing at Norton, the lovable goof next door.
But of course, the star of the show was the terminally grumpy Ralph Kramden.
The long-running gag on the show was that at some random point in every episode, someone would do or say something that would cause Ralph to fly into a fit of rage.
He never actually got violent, but he would always threaten to knock someone “to the moon,” (usually his wife Alice).
Ralph’s volatile temperament was part of the fun.
Although, these days, he’d probably have a couple of domestic violence charges by now.
I guess it was just a different time in America.
You probably wouldn’t want to stay in a relationship with someone who constantly threatened to “knock you to the moon.”
But what if it was your favorite cryptocurrency that threatened to send you to the moon?
What if it actually did… only to send you — and your portfolio value — crashing back down to Earth?
I don’t know about you, but for me, that kind of unpredictable volatility would mean that the honeymoon is over.
That’s exactly what Bitcoin investors are finding out at the moment.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last several weeks, you’ve heard about Bitcoin’s meteoric decline in value.
The world’s most famous crypto went from a whopping $63,588 per share on April 13 to a relatively abysmal $32,304 per share on May 19.
Now imagine if you were one of these poor guys that went all in on Bitcoin.
That’s a devastating 49% decline in your portfolio in a month!
That’s a ride I don’t want to take, and never have.
It’s nothing personal.
I’m just very uncomfortable with that level of volatility.
So are most savvy investors.
I don’t know if the crypto bubble has officially popped, but the honeymoon is definitely over.
Just like old school black and white TV shows, when it comes to traditional stocks and options, the plot is predictable.
That means I can use my secret volume trading roadmap to consistently find triple digit winners.
Gains just like the 318% and 114% returns they’ve already racked up this month.
That sounds a lot better than empty promises of going to the moon.
But that’s just my take on it.
Warren Buffett is a living legend.
I don’t really need to expound on the Oracle of Omaha’s accomplishments in the realm of finance and wealth acquisition…
Because the man’s net worth of over $100 billion pretty much says it all.
But at 90 years of age, I believe Buffett has outlived a few of his core philosophies…
And that trying to emulate him in these regards is a huge mistake.
First, let’s talk about the man’s diet.
Buffett’s eating habits have reached legendary status in their own right…
For all the wrong reasons.
Warren famously starts every day with McDonald’s breakfast…
Munches on salty, sugary, trans fat-laden fast-food burgers, hot dogs and candy throughout the day…
And washes it all down with roughly five cans of Coke every single day.
I think my blood pressure spiked 20 points just typing that out.
Buffett’s logic behind this trash-can diet?
“I checked the actuarial tables, and the lowest death rate is among 6-year-olds, so I decided to eat like a 6-year-old.”
Quite the head-scratching statement from a man of such status.
Ok, ok… enough bagging on his clearly misguided nutritional habits.
What I’m really here to take issue with is Buffett’s core investing philosophy.
… Which, as you may already know, is rooted in value investing.
Value investing essentially comes down to finding stocks that are selling for less than what they’re intrinsically worth.
At the heart of this method is fundamental analysis.
But here’s the problem…
The modern-day market doesn’t give a rat’s you-know-what about fundamentals.
Don’t believe me?
Just take a look at what happened to Apple last week.
The tech behemoth reported absolute blowout earnings, smashing expectations on virtually every metric possible.
Year-over-year revenue was up 54%… on a $2 TRILLION company.
With those kinds of rock-solid fundamentals, you’d think shareholders were holding a one-way ticket to the moon.
But what actually happened?
Apple stock went DOWN.
I mean, if that ain’t proof that this isn’t your dad’s — or Warren Buffett’s — stock market anymore, then I don’t know what is.
Look, fundamental analysis is as good as dead.
Traders in this environment need to adapt their strategies accordingly…
Matter of fact, traders using this technique had the opportunity to close down a 318% gain yesterday after just six weeks in the trade.
… And they’re rolling those profits into a brand new opportunity that just triggered.
So if you’d like to learn more about this modern-day method for finding fast-moving opportunities you can use to compound your earnings (one of Buffett’s tenets that still holds water)...
Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it?
That something as tiny as a tweet could trigger a massive selloff of the highest performing stock out there.
Well, that’s exactly what happened earlier this month.
And it could very well happen again.
Especially if there’s fire behind the Twitter smoke.
Remember back in 2015 when Bitcoin wasn’t a “serious” stock and weighed in at a hefty $200 per share?
I know. Sounds like a pipe dream now.
These days it’s hovering around a whopping $56k per share and everyone, including the big banks, are now on the bandwagon.
As any savvy investor knows, the same volatility responsible for its meteoric rise could bring it crashing back down at any time.
And a recent sketchy tweet by Twitter handle @Fxhedgers offers proof of that.
Now I don’t say “sketchy” to disparage anyone, but the tweet went a little something like this:
“U.S. Treasury to charge several financial institutions for money laundering using cryptocurrencies.” - Sources
The internet quickly did its thing and the tweet went viral.
Almost immediately after, Bitcoin had a huge selloff, with stock value dropping $9,000 to $51,541.
Although there’s no smoking gun tying the drop off to the tweet, there was nothing else going on to trigger such a negative reaction.
Speaking of smoking guns, none of these financial institutions were named.
Not only that, there’s been no word of confirmation from the U.S. Treasury Department, nor any other verifiable, identifiable source.
So far, it’s literally an internet rumor.
Usually when these kinds of scandals happen, there’s a questionable memo or a wrongfully ousted employee blowing the whistle.
In this case, there’s not even so much as a TMZ picture of the CEO leaving a hotel with a giraffe that’s not his wife.
Jokes aside, there’s no evidence beyond the tweet, yet the flash crash of the stock was just as real as you or me.
Real people lost real money, based on what appears to be a rumor.
Bitcoin is clearly a dominant force in the market, and it’s not going away any time soon.
And if you’re in the right place at the right time, you can make a killing on a well-played pullback.
But is that potential gain worth these astronomical levels of price volatility?
That’s a question you have to ask yourself.
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If you need any more proof that the market cares not a lick about fundamentals anymore, look no further than Apple.
The global tech behemoth reported absolutely blowout earnings this week, smashing expectations on virtually every metric imaginable.
Year over year revenue is up 54%... on a $2 TRILLION company.
Truly mind boggling.
With such a massive win, you’d think that Apple investors were poppin’ bottles and taking champagne showers.
But what actually happened?
Apple stock went DOWN.
In the video above, I’m walking you through this head-scratcher…
And I’m also giving you three free trades that I see as major opportunities from a purely technical standpoint.
Check it out…
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I’m a big fan of small and mid-cap stocks.
However, that doesn’t mean I won’t trade the big boys like Apple and Tesla.
In fact, I recently called a play on Apple that offered my members a 2X return in a matter of a few weeks.
But I’m not just here to brag about a win.
In this video, I’m showing you exactly how I did it…
And how you can, too.
Ready to learn more?
Some of the largest and most frequent purchases made by Americans during the pandemic has been home renovations and additions.
More time spent social distancing and working from home has created an increased demand for sprucing up your space.
And in many situations, building out a home office creates a significant tax advantage.
But if you’ve ever made an addition to your home, you know that it can be a nightmare — if you don’t plan properly.
… And it’s the same with trading.
First things first: make sure you have the budget for the project.
Running out of funds halfway through would be a disaster.
Although it’s imperative to get the approval of your HOA before you start your project, if your spouse or significant other doesn’t give their approval first, angry HOA letters are the least of your worries.
You might find yourself looking for a new place altogether.
Next, you need an experienced architect to draw up blueprints and plot a safe demolition and buildout.
You don’t want to take out a load-bearing wall by accident.
That’s a dangerous and pricey mistake.
Once these things are in place, you need a licensed, bonded and insured contractor and crew to actually do the work.
At the end of the process, hopefully you’ll have a new addition that you can enjoy for years to come.
Investing well requires a similar level of planning.
As far as the budget goes, never invest more than you can afford to lose.
Next, you identify your target company and conduct your research to qualify the trade.
Trading blindly can be as dangerous as accidentally taking out that support beam in your basement.
Once you’ve done your research, you need to plot your entry and exit points, as well as your stop.
Then, you buy your shares or your options.
If you’ve done your due diligence, your odds of executing a successful trade improve significantly.
My first successful trade was purchasing Microsoft when I was just 12 years old.
I’ve had countless successful trades since.
I’ve also spent years honing my strategy.
Consider me your architect and experienced builder all rolled into one.
I can help you build a successful trading strategy brick by brick.
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Investing in a solid trading strategy could give you the budget for your next dream renovation.
Ever have a monster under your bed when you were growing up?
Did you sleep with a nightlight, or call for your parents after you had a bad dream?
There’s no reason to be ashamed if you did.
I definitely had my share of monsters under the bed.
We all did.
And we still do.
We grew up, but so did our monsters.
Now that our monsters are all grown up, they’re more sophisticated and aren’t afraid to come out in the light of day.
Fear of starting a business.
Fear of applying for a promotion or escaping a dead end job.
Fear of making an investment in your education, or your trade portfolio.
See, these are all fears of investing… in yourself.
What most people don’t realize is that fear is a living thing, and it grows like a weed if you let it.
It may start out as simple as being afraid to ask out the cute bank teller that smiles at you every week.
But left unchecked, those small doubts in yourself grow…
And then you lose the confidence to share your ideas in work meetings.
Next, you become afraid to workout at the gym, because you’re too self-conscious of getting judged for not being in perfect shape already.
Which kind of doesn’t make sense, because you’re there to get in shape in the first place.
I get it. There are a few judgmental jerks at the gym, but they can also go kick rocks.
Because you’re about to learn my secret weapon.
There’s an old Latin proverb…
“Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat”
Loosely translated, it means, “Fortune favors the bold.”
It’s one of the mottos of the U.S. Marines.
You may have also seen it tattooed on Keanu Reeves’ back in the John Wick movies.
And that’s some badass company to be in.
To be bold, or brave, is to take action.
And that’s my secret weapon…
It doesn’t mean you have to get into a fist fight, or rain death upon the head of your neighbor because his dog keeps pooping in your yard.
Taking action can be as simple as smiling back and introducing yourself to the bank teller.
Or applying for the management position at your job.
Small actions on your part can have huge results down the road.
The brutal truth is you’ll rarely — if ever — reach your goals in life if you don’t take action.
Sure you’ll probably have a job and a roof over your head, but you’ll only exist.
To only passively exist in a world of vibrant, endless possibilities like this one is a tragedy.
You’ll never truly thrive or live a full life of freedom if you don’t take action in the face of your fears.
Remember that cute teller?
Well, you did ask her out, and a few years later, you’re married with a couple of extra little people running around your house.
How can you tell those kids to face the monsters under their bed if you’re afraid to battle yours?
Confronting my fears and taking action is exactly what gave me the confidence years ago to trade-in the corporate grind for a fulfilling and successful career helping retail investors change their lives through better investments.
Taking action works, and I’d love to help you with that.
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My secret trading strategy that’s been the highly successful backbone of my personal investment portfolio for years.
I know from experience that this is life-changing stuff.
So what are you waiting for?
If you haven’t heard the name Bill Hwang yet, you will soon.
A protege of legendary hedge fund manager Julian Robertson, Bill founded the family office hedge fund Archegos Capital Management 8 years ago.
But that fund just went up in smoke after Bill committed a massive blunder.
See, Archegos was holding highly leveraged positions in several large-cap stocks.
I’m talking about over $80 billion in exposure with only $15 billion in assets under management.
That means the fund was leveraged at more than 5 to 1.
Now that’s a great position to be in when stocks are going up.
But when things start to go south, it gets ugly real quick.
That’s exactly what happened to ol’ Billy.
Last week’s falling stock prices triggered a margin call by the fund’s prime brokers.
When Bill was unable to come up with the cash, brokers liquidated the positions in an attempt to recover their losses…
Which led to some steep, steep declines in those stocks.
Many fell by 50% or more.
And while there’s no silver lining for Bill or the investors whose money he lost, this situation has opened up some premium buy opportunities on these stocks that are now trading at a significant discount.
I’ve just alerted my Precision Volume Alerts members to TWO of these primo opportunities that are checking all the right boxes…
Click here to view my on-demand training video and learn how you can get your hands on them today!
P.S. Keep an eye out in the video for a guest appearance by my new trading protege…
Today I want to give you a free look at a trade setup that I’m watching as we speak.
This one is on Aviat Networks, ticker symbol AVNW.
It’s a small-cap stock that’s had a couple of textbook breakouts over the past six months or so…
And right now, it’s consolidating to form another base from which I expect another push even higher.
Check out the video for my full chart analysis and a play-by-play for the precise trigger I’m looking for to enter this trade…
And if you’d like to learn more about my unique method for finding precise entries and exits on stocks PLUS modeling options trades for 10X, 100X and even 1,000X returns…