I didn’t believe it when I first saw it…
Last year, American Consequences feature contributor Dr. David Eifrig started including me on an e-mail thread titled AOS Beta…
“Think you’ll find this interesting,” his team wrote.
They were researching a way to use a part of the stock market that few investors venture into to “boost” their gains on essentially any stock that they were interested in.
In short, they figured out how to make 10x more gains than buying a stock the normal way.
I first shared this story last year and I admit that I was originally a bit skeptical. After all, if it was that easy to make these kinds of big gains, why didn’t everyone do it?
Then I started seeing how their trades turned out…
- +123% on dating giant Match in 13 days – compared with only a 6% gain if you had bought the stock the normal way.
- +80% in seven days on Lam Research – vs. a 4% “normal” gain.
- +113% on Starbucks in 25 days – compared with less than 7% if you’d taken the normal route.
And next week, Dr. Eifrig plans to “open his books” and show you, step by step, how this strategy works and how you can use it yourself on almost any of your investments, starting immediately.
If you’re interested in this educational broadcast from Dr. Eifrig on Wednesday, June 19, at 8 p.m. Eastern time, reserve your seat by clicking here.
Now here are a few things we’re reading…
Apple has a backup plan if the U.S.-China trade war gets out of hand…
The trade war has disrupted a complex global supply chain involving many countries beyond just China and the U.S. Many components that go into devices aren’t made in the U.S., despite being designed there.
Debt in America is going to get a lot worse before it ever gets better…
A Congress that has struggled all year to legislate returned Monday to face two urgent deadlines that, if not met, could lead to a disastrous default on the federal debt and to automatic spending cuts that would sweep like a scythe through the military, federal health care and other popular programs.
Americans should be skeptical of easy solutions to the country’s fiscal predicament. The U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio has been growing for more than 40 years, and it’s approaching levels not seen since World War II.
Tom and Kate owe so much money, they don’t even know the exact total – and they’re afraid to figure it out.
And here the best magazine articles that we’ve been reading this summer…
Even in the Permian Basin, which has weathered these cycles for nearly a century, a boom of this magnitude is impossible to prepare for.
Now Peter Max’s associates are trading lurid allegations of kidnapping, hired goons, attempted murder by Brazil nut and art fraud on the high seas.
How much does the world need to know about a deadly bear attack? That question was tested in the Yukon last year, after the horrific loss of a mother and daughter caused a destructive media storm.
He intended to get himself smuggled on the desert migrant route to Europe, using a secret camera in his glasses to document the crimes of the smugglers.
At first, I was puzzled by the thousands of people watching a Colorado man’s grass grow. Then I joined their ranks.
And finally, it’s that time of year when kids are finished school, the fireflies are back, and summer camps open their doors…
Vintage photos of joy, adventure, and homesickness at summer camp.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
June 12, 2019