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Millions of investors believe that you have to "go with what you know" when it comes to big profits. Yet, sometimes it's the little-known companies that really knock out established industry leaders.

That's because they've got two things bigger players often lack - innovation and the potential to disrupt markets.

Both create huge, outsized opportunities for individual investors.

 
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Today's missive is a follow-up from a few weeks back. In that previous report, I gave you a primer on how gold was likely first discovered and "mined."

Now I'd like to talk about when gold was first used at money, who used it and how, and the origins of the monetary gold standard.

Gold's density - along with its ease in being melted, shaped, and weighed - all contributed to it becoming money. In fact, its characteristics of being private, easily transported, and having intrinsic value made gold a natural replacement for barter.

 
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When the broader stock market is as strong as it has been, finding trade entries with good reward-to-risk ratios can be challenging.

Thankfully, the financial world occasionally hands us a gift.

This time, the gift is in the form of an analyst downgrade that drove a strong performing stock to a temporary pullback extreme in Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE: FCX).

 
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Unlike most investors who are flailing about with very little to show for their efforts, you've had the opportunity to capture an incredible seven triple-digit winners worth more than 100% so far this year alone. That's on stop of a staggering 35 triple-digit winners in the past 12 months if you've been following along as directed.

Speaking of which...

During Tuesday's session, our existing MO March 17, 2017 $70 Call (MO170317C00070000) recommendation traded through its existing profit target of $3.65 and we removed half of the remaining position from the portfolio for a 201.65% gain.

 
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The daily news has now devolved into a daily outrage contest.

"Fake news." "Alternative facts." More noise than ever... and certainly less clarity than ever on what important stories mean to you, and how they can and will impact your retirement.

This week, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen appeared before Congress to testify on the Fed's handling of the U.S. economy and its plans for interest rates moving forward.

 
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The market can't go up forever, at least not in a straight line. Looking at the futures this morning we're likely to get a pullback at the open.

But the open is just that. It's what happens during the day, how investors align themselves, and how the market closes that matters more.

Yesterday's end-of-day push higher in the Dow, which took it to positive territory for the day, was a bit of a surprise, but indicative of the path of least resistance, which has been and should continue to be up.

 
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The full recording of my conference call with economist and market strategist Peter Boockvar is now available on the Zenith website. Click here to listen.

If you'd rather read the full transcript, that's available here.  

Peter and I had a great conversation about the markets last Wednesday, and as we dug into the numbers we reached a sobering conclusion. Stocks are obscenely overvalued, and they can't trade at these levels for much longer due to a number of factors: rising interest rates, policy uncertainty, and central banks cutting back on QE.

A lot of the positions in our portfolio have taken a beating as this interminable rally staggers onwards, but the fundamentals don't lie: we have to come to a breaking point soon. Fortunately for us, the rally is not supported by fundamentals and a lot of our positions are long-dated and have a lot more time to work in our favor. Balance sheets are eminently rational - and as some of our prize dogs release earnings, the truth is starting to come out. Sentiment can't save stocks like GNC, SHLD, GPRO or FIT.

 
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Stocks finally slid lower this morning after five straight days of record closes, and as you might imagine, that's got a lot of people wondering if this is the end of the rally, or the beginning of something more serious.

Not us.

The only thing you've got to wonder about is where you're going to capture your next profits.

 
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On Tuesday, the Dow, S&P 500 and the Nasdaq pushed to new record levels.

Shares of Apple Inc. (NYSE: AAPL) pushed all three indices higher.

Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen hinted that the central bank is poised to raise interest rates at one of its upcoming meetings. Rather than fuel any jitters, the markets surged even higher as banking stocks rallied on optimism that borrowing costs will increase.

 
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