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As you know, I'm not a big fan of the luxury goods sector right now.

Don't get me wrong, I love high-end luxury products - for instance there's nothing better than a bespoke suit or beautifully designed and expertly crafted women's clothes and leather goods - I just hate luxury stocks right now.

As many of you know, the luxury goods market is tilting towards  big trouble.

Over the past five years, the price of some Chanel handbags has increased by 70% to a ridiculous $4,900. A Cartier gold bracelet, like the one I bought for a friend, now sells for $16,300... 48% more than in 2009. Luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter sells more than 100 different pairs of shoes priced over $1,000... an amount unheard of just a few years ago.

 
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There's been plenty of activity lately in the precious-metals markets - and not just in gold.

Close to home, our "Mineral Bank Project" play just delivered another transaction. This time it's a silver-related asset sale rather than an acquisition and, as I'll show you, it could have a lot of built-in upside.

Let's cut to the chase...

First Mining Finance Corp. (TSX.V: FF) announced on Aug. 22 that it is selling its Mexican silver mining subsidiary - Minera Terra Plata S.A de CV (Terra Plata) - to BRS Ventures Ltd. (CVE: BRV).

 
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I want to call your attention to Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. (NasdaqGS:KTOS) right out of the gate today.

If you're following along as directed, you're enjoying returns of 52.36% through August 22, 2016. The company is still a great choice when it comes to one of the biggest Unstoppable Trends of all - War Terrorism and Ugliness.

According to the latest quarterly report, revenues rose by 4.8% to $168.2 million year-over-year, which is nothing particularly exciting to write home about.

 
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When they want to gauge where gold may be headed over the next few months, investors and traders often use an indicator (along with other tools and information) called seasonality.

You can learn to use it, too.

While seasonality is not a hard and fast rule, it helps gold investors like you look back to see how the metal tends to behave during certain times of the year.

 
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First up, another 100% winner!

During last Wednesday's session our ORBK November 18, 2016 $25 Call (ORBK161118C00025000) recommendation traded up to (and beyond) our existing profit target of $5.20 and we removed half of the recommendation from the portfolio for a 100% gain.

If you were following along and had your limit order in place as recommended in the June 1, 2016 Money Map Reporter you should be sitting on some great profits of your own.

 
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With the 2016 Olympic Games in full swing in Rio de Janeiro, I thought it would be interesting this week to tie that in with our favorite topic: gold.

One of the biggest stories this year is once again Michael Phelps. The highly decorated swimmer is making Olympic history.

Phelps' career now spans a remarkable four Summer Games thanks to his impressive talents. He now has - at the time I write this - 21 career gold medals to his name, which is more than several entire countries.

 
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Many investors think it's great to "fight the S&P 500"...

...the rally can't continue, they say.

                ...earnings are falling, they crow.

                ...Marc Faber is calling for a crash...again.

My advice?

Pick another battle.

If you take an average of the price projections associated with all 30 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the one-year target is - get this - 20,000.

 
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On Friday, we watched market behavior at its finest.

A positive jobs report fired up traders as they saw the latest jobs report as another reason to prepare for the next interest-rate hike. The U.S. economy added 255,000 jobs, and unemployment remained at 4.9%.

The Dow approached a new record. Everyone poured into equities.

And the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq were approaching record closes, too.

Meanwhile, safety valves like gold, silver, and the Japanese yen all fell.

 
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The big news this week is centered around jobs.

This morning, the U.S. Labor Department announced that the July unemployment rate held steady at 4.9% while adding 255,000 jobs last month, easily surpassing the economist expectations of 180,00

More importantly, the revision to the exceptionally strong June report (when the government looks back to see if any errors were made or upgrades are needed) was a surplus of 13,000 jobs - proving that the number wasn't a fluke.

This good news has propelled the S&P 500 to new all-time highs this morning. 

 
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August is shaping up to be an important month for your money...

The major U.S. market benchmarks are trading at or near all-time highs.

Meanwhile, earnings, corporate profits, and the price of oil are all showing a downward trend. And that's without mentioning the laughable GDP numbers the government released at the end of last week.

While the markets have done a good job scaling the "Wall of Worry" in recent weeks, the climb is about to get a lot steeper as traders return from vacation and markets kick into gear in the fall.

 
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