March 16, 2020
In the past two weeks, one analyst at financial publisher Stansberry Research has guided his readers in using a unique strategy to lock in gains of 227%… 137%… and 126%.
In fact, I just took a look at his strategy’s overall open portfolio.
As I write this, every single position is positive… including one gain of more than 200%, three gains of more than 100%, and five double-digit gains…
And of course, that’s despite the market plunging in its biggest one-week drop since the 2008 crisis. And its biggest one-day drop since Black Monday 1987.
While most investors are down big… this strategy is soaring.
That’s because it’s a way of using a small amount of capital to insure your portfolio against big, sudden declines in the market. Exactly like what we just saw last week.
We asked the analyst behind this incredible performance, corporate finance lawyer Bill McGilton, to write us an article for our March issue explaining his strategy. Our goal was to prepare all American Consequences readers with valuable information in case the bull market turned into a bear market.
Obviously, we got our timing wrong… the bear came sooner than anyone expected.
But the good news is that on Thursday, March 19, at 8 p.m. Eastern time, Bill is airing an emergency briefing to explain how you can use this powerful form of “portfolio insurance” for yourself… and to discuss the market’s next move.
We urge you to tune in. Reserve your seat by clicking here.
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I’m predicting that with this kind of stupidity, the virus will infect 50% of Americans in the next four weeks. And that’s going to be the hardest part… It will happen quickly.
For all the foreboding about the novel coronavirus—foreboding that is justified—it is heartening to see the American people responding in ways reminiscent of the frontier spirit. Most people are doing what they have to do to survive a clear and immediate threat to their lives and communities.
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A USA TODAY analysis shows there could be six seriously ill patients for every existing US hospital bed. No state is prepared.
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This is going to destroy the marriages of the rich … All these husbands and wives who travel will now have to spend time with the person they’re married to.
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Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
March 16, 2020