This one man founded an industry that changed the face of retail.
Yet … most people have never even heard of him.
After this video, you’ll be one of the few that not only know who he is and what he did…
But also fully appreciate why I focus on the person running the business … the founder/CEO.
Because the right person at the top makes all the difference (as I shared with you here).
If you invest like an owner and partner with these guys … instead of trying to buy every wiggle and jiggle on a chart…
You can make a lot of money.
I’ll show you how here:
Right now, there’s one company I’m watching that could make The Next Billion-Dollar Move…
All thanks to its CEO’s decision that now lets his company generate up to 5X more money for its products — than competitors get for theirs.
Don’t procrastinate. Check out all the details here.
You can thank me later.
Founder, Alpha Investor
When Good News Is Bad News
As I mentioned yesterday, I don’t know exactly how the debt fiasco ends.
It will end, and the U.S. will resume its borrowing and spending ways.
It remains to be seen exactly how we get to that point, but it will absolutely happen. Anyone hoping for a meaningful reduction in borrowing and spending clearly hasn’t been paying attention for the past 50 years.
But here’s the thing.
Let’s say we raise the debt ceiling and we get back to business as usual. That’s a win for economic stability.
But it’s not necessarily a win for the stock market.
A flood of new 5% Treasury T-bills hitting the market represent real competition to stocks. When given the choice of a risk-free 5% and the potential to make more, but at higher risk in the stock market, a lot of investors are going to choose T-bills.
And particularly retirees that had previously been pushed into the stock market due to limited options elsewhere.
There’s also the possibility that we’ll finally get the recession that’s leading indicators have been predicting for a year now. That said, I think the remainder of 2023 is going to be rocky.
But this doesn’t mean we should bury our heads in the sand.
Yes, it probably makes sense to keep a little extra cash on hand and to sell or reduce non-core, low-conviction stock investments (that you might not even remember why you bought).
But I’m certainly not selling the high-quality dividend stocks I’ve owned for years (and in some cases, close to multiple decades).
I’m not selling bonds. And I’m not going to sell my real estate or my core alternative investments. These are high-conviction positions I intend to hold, regardless of how badly our elected leaders manage to muck things up.
But I think it’s important to have some cash on hand, precisely to use any volatility as an opportunity to buy more high-conviction investments.
Charles Mizrahi has a few things to say about that. Charles doesn’t think of his stocks as stocks, or as blips on a screen to be flipped and traded. He views them as pieces of ownership in real-world businesses, and he views their CEOs as business partners.
When you analyze stocks through a lens like that, it’s a lot easier to hold on during volatile rough patches.
In the words of Warren Buffett: “The key to investing … is determining the competitive advantage of any given company.”
And after watching Charles’ latest webinar, I can confidently say — you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity in the energy sector.
It’s a small oil and gas company that can now generate up to 5X more money than any other competitor … for the same energy.
And it’s all thanks to just one decision made by its CEO.
Want to learn more about this company’s story?
Regards,Charles SizemoreChief Editor, The Banyan Edge