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Bill Gates Bet BIG on This New Tech TrendThe world’s top tech minds are pouring money into this new tech trend. I believe it's the key to unlocking a whole new generation of progress ... and profits.
A Bear Market FortuneIf you’ve followed King’s Corner closely, you know all about my history… How I grew up as a kid with a knack for trading baseball cards… How I parlayed that knack into a trading job at the CBOE… How I almost lost everything I had there… And how I recalibrated on the other side of the world and made a fortune on the comeback…
The $3.96 Billion Margin CallMicroStrategy'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.
Time the Bounce for ProfitIn today's Your Money Matters, Clint Lee and Ted Bauman review the stock market's terrible start to 2022. But a bad start doesn't always mean a bad finish — just ask the tortoise about his race with the hare. A big question, though, is how to know when the market has reached the short-term bottom. If you can spot that, you can grab the opportunity to ride it back up to whatever level it's going to achieve later on. Clint explains how you can identify that opportunity using easily accessible technical indicators … and why it's so important to wait for confirmation of a rebound before jumping in.
Ted vs. ARKKOne of the hallmarks of an asset bubble is that investors increasingly rely on “faith and love” to justify their decisions. Indeed, hanging on to promising stocks when they’re down is critical to long-term returns. That’s why I always remind Bauman Letter readers to stay smart and tough. But the smart part is critical. In today’s video, I look at recent market performance in the context of rapidly rising interest rate expectations to identify the stocks that justify faith and love … and those that don’t.