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Mad Hedge Hot Tips for January 9, 2019

Mad Hedge Hot Tips January 9, 2019 Fiat Lux The Five Most Important Things That Happened Today (and what to do about them)   1) Is the Fed a New Dove or is it Just Pretending? We’ll find out at 2:00 PM EST when the December meeting minutes are released. It could spell the top

January 9, 2019

Global Market Comments January 9, 2019 Fiat Lux 2019 Annual Asset Class Review A Global Vision FOR PAID SUBSCRIBERS ONLY Featured Trades: (SPX), (QQQQ), (XLF), (XLE), (XLI), (XLY), (TLT), (TBT), (JNK), (PHB), (HYG), (PCY), (MUB), (HCP) (FXE), (EUO), (FXC), (FXA), (YCS), (FXY), (CYB) (FCX), (VALE), (DIG), (RIG), (USO), (UNG), (USO), (OXY), (GLD), (GDX), (SLV), (ITB),

Mad Hedge Hot Tips for January 8, 2019

Mad Hedge Hot Tips January 8, 2019 Fiat Lux The Five Most Important Things That Happened Today (and what to do about them)   1) Don’t Miss the Mad Hedge 2019 All Asset Class Review on Wednesday, at 12:00 PM EST. Click here. 2) China Cuts Bank Reserve Requirements, injecting $200 billion into the economy. The

Don’t Miss the 2018 Annual Asset Class Review

My 2019 Asset Class webinar will be held live from Silicon Valley on Wednesday, January 9, at 12:00 PM EST. Co-hosting the show will be Mad Day Trader Bill Davis. I’ll be giving you my updated outlook on stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies, precious metals, energy, and real estate. The goal is to find the cheapest

Testimonial

I watched John Thomas for a year before jumping in, and I should have done it earlier when he phenomenally traded that awful year, 2011, that whipsawed so many investors including myself. He again outperformed the market in 2012, 2013, 2014, and so far he has shown amazing skill once more in navigating treacherous markets

Mad Hedge Hot Tips for January 7, 2019

Mad Hedge Hot Tips January 7, 2019 Fiat Lux The Five Most Important Things That Happened Today (and what to do about them)   SPECIAL “2019 SURPRISES” ISSUE 1) The Fed Doesn’t Raise Interest Rates in 2019. Otherwise, the dramatic falls in stock prices alone will cause a recession. If they stay silent you, better