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What You Should (and Shouldn’t) Have on Your Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving is the one day I spend thinking entirely about food…

I remember growing up watching my dad spend all day making Thanksgiving dinner for our family. He did it all. The oyster stew, the gravy, the stuffing… We even brought out the honorary carving knife for him. At the end of the day, the kids did the dishes. Mom loved that day.

The Secret to Finding the Market’s Next 1,000%-Plus Winner

Doc’s note: I regularly tout the benefits of investing in industry-dominating blue-chip stocks. But, if you know where to look, small-cap stocks can safely generate incredible gains.

That’s why I’m sharing an adapted essay from Stansberry Research founder, Porter Stansberry. Porter details three things some of the best-performing stocks have in common. And he shows you how to find the best small-cap stocks.

The Best Deal I See Today

I’m always looking for a good deal that will last…

When I bought my Hyundai over 13 years ago, I sent a detailed offer to practically every dealer around me. Then, I bought from the one who agreed to my terms.

The Killer About to Overtake Heart Disease as No. 1

For years, heart disease has held its place as Public Enemy No. 1. It’s the top killer in the U.S. According to the American Heart Association’s annual report, cardiovascular disease kills about 800,000 people each year.

That sounds awful, but rates of heart disease-related deaths have dropped. A new report in the Annals of Internal Medicine shows that between 2003 and 2015, deaths from heart disease declined by 28%.

The Amazon Effect

The big guys keep getting bigger…

Online shopping giant Amazon (AMZN) announced yesterday that it settled on locations for the company’s second and third headquarters. It chose New York City’s Long Island City and Arlington, Virginia.

For a Better Brain, Go for a Bitter Brew

Longtime readers know I love coffee…

I’ve even touted it as the only “supplement” that I take three times a day – with a splash of real half-and-half if I can get it.

The One Number All Investors Must Know

Doc’s note: “Every business has a key metric that investors must understand. Without knowing a business’ key metric, you might as well take your money to Vegas and gamble it away.”

That’s according to my colleague and Extreme Value editor Dan Ferris. Today, I’m sharing an essay from Dan where he explains how this understanding one metric will give your portfolio a dramatic upgrade… and help you sleep better at night.

Using Your Hobby to Pocket Easy Money

You only need about 10 minutes and an Internet connection…

That’s all you’ll need to take advantage of this opportunity, which some consider “the Ultimate Retirement Hobby.”

Eight Ways to Protect Your Home for the Holidays

One night, you come home to find your door kicked open. Your house has been torn apart. Your electronics are missing. No laptop, no iPad, no television left. Your wife’s jewelry is gone.

You’ve just been the victim of a burglary. According to the latest data from the FBI, about 1.4 million burglaries happened in 2017, a slight drop from previous years. However, victims lost $3.4 billion in property.

Ignore the Midterms, Focus on John

Doc’s note: Today I’m sharing an essay from Jeff Havenstein. Jeff recently got his MBA from Old Dominion University and works as a junior analyst for my newsletters, Retirement MillionaireRetirement Trader, and Income Intelligence. Today, he shares one of his favorite unconventional market indicators… his friend John.