As part of the transition to the new Straight-Up Profits newsletter, I’m going to be doing something a little different on Mondays.
From now on, I’m going to start the week off by alerting you to the biggest distraction in the market for the week to come. This will be what’s grabbing all of the headlines that the “Big Four” hope will take all of your attention.
But once you know where they want you to look, you’ll be ready to overcome the sleight of hand and reap the real rewards.
This week’s biggest distraction is the outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus in China. And a big distraction it is…
From a regional perspective in Asia – it is a major issue. The number of confirmed cases jumped ten-fold over the weekend.
The news is following every development, and markets took a tumble last week and this morning. All of the gloom, doom, and panic, is enough to make you want to pull your money out of the market and run for cover.
But here’s why you shouldn’t…
Over the last few months, I’ve been talking a lot about the disadvantages that ordinary, everyday investors like you and me are placed under by institutions that have far greater resources than we do – namely Wall Street big shots, the news media, Madison Avenue, and Big Government. The ugly truth is that they’re using those resources to distract you while they take the lion’s share of the profits.
In fact, you could even say I’ve become obsessed with the topic…
For months now, I’ve dedicated my efforts towards helping average investors like you see past the diversions that are laid out in front of them every day, and find the stories that truly will have an impact on their finances.
Those efforts have finally culminated in the launch of my new service, Straight-Up Profits.
But it doesn’t stop there…
I am determined to continue to help you filter out the noise meant to keep you in the dark, and show you how to profit from the stories that are really driving the market.
And I want it to be a team effort. After all, we’re in this together.
To that end, I’d like to hear from you on the subject.