Building Wealth

How to Quickly and Easily Lose More Than 100% of Your Money

The phrase “just because you can doesn’t mean you should” applies to almost everything in your life…

Just because you can buy an expensive house doesn’t mean you should. Just because you can skip work today doesn’t mean you should… The list goes on.

Counting on Medicare? Read This Immediately

We’re running out of money.

On Tuesday, the government released a report crunching the numbers on Medicare and Social Security. The takeaway: Medicare will become insolvent in 2026.

Finding the Courage to Be Contrarian

If you were in the trenches, you could have seen the mortgage crisis coming years away…

My senior analyst, Matt Weinschenk, was working at a title insurance company while the housing boom was in full swing in 2005. It was his first job straight out of college and the company was hiring folks like him in droves.

The Last Great Buying Opportunity of the ‘Melt Up’

Doc’s note: For months, I’ve shared essays from my friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud on his “Melt Up” theory. If you’ve been following along, you don’t want to miss today’s essay.

Here, Steve explains how to jump into the last great Melt Up opportunity before it’s gone.

Even a Crystal Ball Is Worthless in This Strange Market

It should be a license to print money…

Imagine if you owned a crystal ball that could predict each company’s earnings announcement. With this crystal ball, you know with perfect accuracy which companies would report earnings that beat analyst expectations and which would miss. And you can buy or sell the stocks based on these flawless predictions.

How to ‘Call’ the Markets Correctly

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing an essay from my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud, in which he shares his secret to investment success. Steve also explains the best times to use certain types of investment strategies.

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The Biggest Advantage You Have Over the ‘Smart Money’

Doc’s note: Boring is good… when you’re talking about investing. Being a successful investor isn’t about cashing in on the latest fad company. It’s about generating safe and steady income for years.

That’s why I’m sharing an essay from Stansberry Churchouse publisher Kim Iskyan. Kim explains a huge advantage that average investors have over professionals and one of the best investment strategies to follow.

First Rule of Making Money: Lose Money

“I like to win, but I hate to lose.”

Whether it’s sports or investing, this is a phrase you’ve probably heard.

How Much Risk Are YOU Willing to Take?

Doc’s note: One of the quickest ways to lose money is betting too much of your capital on one investment. That’s why I’m sharing an essay from TradeStops founder Dr. Richard Smith. Richard explains how to determine how much risk to take in your portfolio.

And this¬†Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m.¬†Eastern time, we’re hosting a special presentation where Richard, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, and Porter Stansberry will discuss what’s going in on in the markets, when a bear market could hit, and how to keep your investments safe.

Click here to reserve your spot.

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This Is the Ultimate ‘Melt Up Millionaire’ Stock

Doc’s note: For months, my friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud has told his DailyWealth readers that stocks are in the middle of a “Melt Up” that could lead investors to enormous gains.

Today, I’m sharing an essay from Steve where he details what he calls the “ultimate ‘Melt Up Millionaire'” stock.