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A spike in volatility is an ideal time to collect income by using one trading strategy in particular: selling put options. Here's how to do it. The 1 Simple Strategy You Need to Use in 2018
by Chad Shoop December 18, 2017 Investment Opportunities
Volatility has been kept to a historically low level. But, next year, this will change … and there’s one strategy that you must take advantage of.
Low interest rates mean slow economic growth. Traders are expecting the next recession, possibly starting at the end of next year. Traders Are Expecting a Recession
by Michael Carr December 18, 2017 U.S. Economy
Low rates mean slow economic growth. Traders are expecting a recession, possibly starting at the end of next year. This is consistent with my indicators.
As energized as this bull market is, it can’t hold a candle to the types of returns you could have seen with a consistent trading strategy like these. Crush One of the Strongest Bull Markets in History
by Jessica Cohn December 16, 2017 Stocks
There are a few ways you could have beaten the bull market this year…
The list of investors who picked the Boeing stock price to be 2017’s biggest gainer on the Dow has to be pretty short. But they were right... Boeing Stock Bigger Than Apple For the Dow, which component did you have pegged as the top gainer? For many, it was likely Apple. But as you can tell from the title, that’s not the case.
Kazakhstan’s state-owned uranium miner Kazatomprom cut production by 20% for the next three years.The result could be a massive boom for the uranium price. Uranium Stocks Are the Stocks to Watch in 2018
by Matt Badiali December 15, 2017 Commodities, Investing
Analysts believe that this hated commodity could more than double in price soon. The result would be the beginning of a massive bull market.

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