The Safety Dance
We can shop where we want to, a deal that they will never find.
And we can act like we come from out of this world, leave the real one far behind.
And we can shop.
OK, so those may or may not be the real lyrics … but it doesn’t matter, because today is Black Friday! The biggest celebration of capitalism on the planet! (Singles Day, you stay out of this.)
Great Stuff is on hiatus today. A big “thank you!” to Banyan Hill for giving us a day to recoup after gorging ourselves on tryptophan-filled turkey yesterday.
Still, I’m warm at home, hoping you made it through this morning’s Black Friday carnage intact. It was bedlam out there. Dogs and cats shopping together — mass hysteria!
Or so I would assume. I never go out for Black Friday. I’m more of a Cyber Monday kinda guy. I like people, but I hate gatherings. Ironic, isn’t it?
But I shouldn’t say I never go out for Black Friday. There was that one time about 10 years ago when I waited in line for hours at a Best Buy to get a laptop and a 55-inch TV. Both were sold out by the time I got inside the store.
Lesson No. 1 in Black Friday shopping: Get there early. No, earlier than that. No, even earlier. Listen, just get there the day before and you’ll be good.
Lesson No. 2 in Black Friday shopping: Don’t buy anything you didn’t go in for. That’s how they get you.
This is why I shop at home now. Both to get exactly what I want and to avoid the temptation of buying that bright red George Foreman air fryer with bottle opener and Wi-Fi connectivity. I mean, I can drink beer, make French fries and surf the net, all while standing around waiting in the kitchen? Who wouldn’t love that?
(My God, he’s rambling again!)
Yes, well … let’s get to the point, shall we?
If you’re like me (and I really hope that for your sake, you’re not) and you missed out on getting that ultra discounted laptop today … boy, do I have a deal for you!
Today, I’m giving one away free!
(Wait, free? What’s the catch?)
OK, you got me. The laptop is free … with a subscription to Chad Shoop’s Pure Income service.
No, don’t close this email just yet. Chad Shoop is a Banyan Hill expert for a reason.
For the past five years, a select group of Banyan Hill readers have used his 1-Minute Windfall strategy with surprising, and profitable, results.
This deceptively simple strategy gives individual investors the chance to collect consistent cash payouts — instantly.
No, this isn’t hype. I hate hype.
Look, in just one year, the 1-Minute Windfall strategy could have let you collect 27 unique cash payments, including payments of $4,100 on June 11, $1,300 on June 18, $4,800 on December 3 … et cetera, et cetera.
The list goes on.
Now, these results represent larger-than-normal positions. If you’re an average investor taking smaller positions, you would have collected less.
But there’s clear potential here … and a free laptop! (You didn’t forget about the laptop, did you?)
The thing is, like all Black Friday deals, this one won’t last forever. I know, I know … I hate pressure sales too. But we all must capitulate and appease the Black Friday gods … even Great Stuff.
There aren’t many of these laptops left, and once they’re gone, so too is your chance to get in on 1-Minute Windfall payouts with this special offer.
So, what are you waiting for?
Until next time, good trading!
Great Stuff Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing