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pennies produced before 1982 hare worth up to $0.03 200% Gains on EVERY Penny Headlines this weekend were dominated by news of Russia’s sovereign debt default. They’re saying it’s the first time Russia has failed to pay back foreign investors in over 100 years — since its government was overthrown by Communist revolutionaries. It’s a wild story, and it’s almost true...
MicroStrategy's Michael Saylor is just a few bad trading days away from a $3.96 billion margin call The $3.96 Billion Margin Call MicroStrategy's Michael Saylor was one of the biggest advocates of bitcoin as it rose and rose throughout 2020 and 2021. His software company started acquiring the cryptocurrency as a Treasury reserve asset, presuming it might be a more stable store of wealth than their dollar-based assets. It wasn’t, and now Michael Saylor is just a few bad trading days away from a $3.96 billion margin call.
experience with a disciplined and objective approach will help you find the next bear market catalyst Beware the Bear’s Next Catalyst So, it might seem odd that I’ve recently talked about catalysts impacting stocks in phases or following a neat pattern like a row of toppling dominoes. That almost implies that some orderly course of events can make the next market move predictable. But as I’ve demonstrated throughout 2022, it’s possible to spot the next big move when you combine experience with a disciplined and objective approach. That’s why I want to show you the next shoe to drop for stocks.
The $450 Billion Elephant in the Room The $450 Billion Elephant in the Room Regardless of whether the stock market goes up or down, regardless of whether you’ve ever bought or sold options, it’s still crucial to keep an eye on this massive market. More and more investors are keeping an eye on options experts (like our own Clint Lee) to stay informed and one step ahead. Because today’s options trades could potentially dictate how your stocks trade tomorrow.
Fed wants you to be poorer The Fed Wants You to Be Poorer The theory of the “wealth effect” says that people feel more financially secure when asset values are rising. That makes them more likely to spend. Ergo, if you want people to spend less, asset prices must fall. That’s a risky proposition. But with inflation running at the hottest pace in four decades — and with the gridlocked federal government about as effective as a wet paper towel — the Federal Reserve is taking that risk. As I’ll show you in just a moment, this gamble could have devastating consequences for Americans’ hard-earned wealth. But you don’t have to take it on the chin. Here’s how to make your wealth increase … even if the Fed does its worst.

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