The $5.6 Million Metals Meltdown

Someone must really hate the metals market. Last Thursday, a lone wolf trader made $5.6 million wager in the options market by essentially shorting the exchange-traded fund SPDR S&P Metals and Mining (NYSEARCA:XME). In order for the options trade to be profitable, the underlying XME must fall nearly 35% by this September's expiration date. That's…

The Economic Deficit Has Gone Parabolic

The amount of debt that is on the shoulders of each American now is unsustainable. Would you believe me if I told you that Americans are over $60 trillion in debt? It's actually $3.5 trillion worse. If you add up all forms of debt, including government debt, mortgages, and consumer debt, we are looking at…

Interest Rates and The Stock Market

Introduction The price of oil is one of the largest economic variables affecting future money trends today. There are a lot of people enjoying the lower cost of crude oil throughout the economy. However, there are many companies looking at the possibility of going out of business due to low crude oil prices. Another big…

Important 2016 Wealth Update

Dear Reader, We have seen spectacular returns in 2016, and there is a lot more to come. Here are 3 thoughts I want to share with our members as we continue to increase all of our net-worths with this letter. 1. Bull markets do have corrections. In fact, a healthy bull market has to have…

Online Lending For Your Portfolio

Introduction Online lending is one of the fastest growing forms of borrowing money today. There are a lot of advantages to borrowing and lending money online. Investors that see these future money trends should take note of the advantages of online lending. Over the long term, this is a great way to add some diversification…