I didn’t believe it when I first saw it…
About a year ago, 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 told me.
They were researching a way to make specific trades using a part of the stock market that few investors venture into… And even fewer use it in a manner that reduces risk and increases potential profits.
In short, the strategy they developed let them “boost their gains” on practically any stock recommendation.
I was astonished. I’d never thought much about the types of trades that they were making… But when I did, it made more and more sense.
Essentially, they were making small bets – as little as $100 or $200 – in trades where you could guarantee what your maximum risk was. And every trade they were tracking had potential triple-digit returns. Every single time, you had a chance to more than double your money.
I was skeptical at first, but then I started seeing how their trades were turning out.
As they were testing their strategy, they saw gains like…
- A 90% gain in 131 days in a semiconductor ETF…
- 181% gains in 46 days in a steel sector fund…
- 123% gains in less than two weeks in online dating giant Match Group…
- 167% gains in 80 days in Walt Disney…
- And 201% gains in heating-and-air-conditioning giant Ingersoll-Rand.
All together over the past year, their annualized rate of return is 619%… compared with a “regular market” total return in the S&P 500 Index of 8.3%.
And even better, they saw these triple-digit gains even if the company only went up a little.
After a year of testing and a huge number of winners, they’re finally ready to unveil their strategy to you.
And tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time, Dr. Eifrig and his team are putting on a special presentation to explain how you can transform every investment recommendation into a potential triple-digit winner. Learn more by clicking here.
Now here are a few things we’re reading…
Some more background reading on how to boost any investment for potential triple-digit gains while limiting your risk.
Whenever you have a stock idea, you can boost your returns by two times, five times, or 10 times. When someone at a cocktail party brags about a 100% gain, you can note that you make multiple doubles every month (or do what I do… and keep it to yourself).
We enjoyed reading this eulogy of former president George H.W. Bush from Christopher Buckley…
Mr. Bush may have been a Yankee blueblood establishmentarian, but he was always winking at you, even in the midst of some very formal ceremony. He liked to give the pedestal a kick or two.
Of course, H.W. was also human, fallible, and a politician.
So with all due respect for the man and to an era of decency in partisanship that seems to have long passed by, we will violate the rule of “de mortuis nil nisi bonum” (of the dead, nothing but good is to be said) and adhere to our principle of contrarian skepticism about all politics.
Here are a few things you probably won’t hear this week about the late President Bush. (He was a big man. He could take criticism in this world. We’re sure he can take it in the next.)
By all accounts, he was an exceptionally kind, decent, and thoughtful individual… [yet] he did nothing to reduce the size, scope, and spending of government or to expand the ability of people to live however they wanted.
He was the only president who ever ran the agency, and the last president who truly believed in its Cold War code: Admit nothing, deny everything… The CIA was like his old Yale secret society Skull and Bones, with a billion-dollar budget.
Many small acts of heroism, dozens of effective decisions, and brutal honesty all played a part in this story…
To the south was a gun shop, stocked with live ammunition. To the northeast, a propane yard. Across the street, a Fastrip gas station. All around, soaring, drought-crisp pines. And in the center? About 150 terrified people…A fascinating investigation into a police shooting in West Virginia…
A shocking story of police and lethal force. Just not the one you might expect.
Is your favorite Christmas movie on this list?
For example: A tale of parental neglect, the effects of which manifest themselves in the sort of extreme dissociative violence that usually lands people in secure facilities…
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
December 5, 2018