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Don't hesitate for a minute when it comes to Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB).
It's the kind of company that could quadruple revenues.
It's up 11% in less than a month since we added it to the portfolio, and the best is yet to come.
As you know, I've made the case for several years that the real value here is twofold: virtual reality and augmented e-commerce. As I explained a month ago, both are nascent technologies Facebook has heavily invested in (including a shrewd $2 billion of the virtual reality company Oculus) that depend on users.
As promised, here are your trade instructions for this week's bearish trade. I've also given you a sneak peek at your bullish trade opportunity for Friday.
These aren't full details, though... I want to see how things play out this week before giving you full trade instructions. So keep an eye out for that alert to hit your inbox on Friday...
If you're one of millions too scared to leave your money in the markets after yesterday's unprecedented see-saw trading, this is an email you're going to want to read.
Obviously, I can't guarantee that the selling is over. But I can promise you that it's going to lead to some terrific opportunities.
In fact, I'll prove it to you in a minute.
Many investors believe that the financial world as we know it is coming to an end which is why, not surprisingly, they made a mad rush for the exits last week and why prices remain soft into this week's trading.
Savvy investors, on the other hand, are not only buying into great stocks, but they're taking advantage of the market's disjointed behavior by capturing profits even as they use the proceeds to rebalance into new opportunities.
That's why I want you to sell ½ of your remaining shares in two great companies that have helped us capture fabulous profits so far: Raytheon Co. (NYSE:RTN) which has returned at least 204.94% and Altria Group Inc. (NYSE:MO) which has generated total returns of 304.21% since I recommended 'em.
The stock market has gotten off to a very shaky start for 2016.
Over the past five days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 1,000 points - 6.2%. Naturally enough, investors like you are rattled.
And in times like these, I get a lot of questions from my members and other tech investors about what's driving these market forces.
I'm still very optimistic about tech's ability to crush the overall market - but this kind of volatility demands vigilance, planning and a willingness to be opportunistic.
In just the two trading days of 2016, the U.S. markets have been subject to a roller coaster ride that few expected.
Let's break down the top stories happening right now, and offer some guidance on what to expect next.
The People's Bank of China issued $20 billion in emergency liquidity in order to distill jitters fueled by Monday's 7% decline on the Shanghai Composite Index. The Dow Jones slumped 450 points during the first session of the year by midday, and finished down 274 points by closing. Events like this are why we encourage trailing stops and having cash set aside for buying opportunities during a downturn.
I was going to come right out of the gate today with instructions to take our first triple digit profits of the New Year, but those can wait.
Instead, I want to capitalize on chaos.
The major averages are getting carried out feet-first on news that China's cooling down (which is not new) and that the Middle East is heating up (which is new).
As I write this the big three indices are holding near session lows: