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How Much Risk Are YOU Willing to Take?

By Richard Smith, founder, TradeStops Investing isn’t a one-size-fits-all process. Everyone does it for different reasons. And your personal goals have a lot to do with how you decide to manage your investments. You could be looking to earn enough money in the stock market to send your child to college in 10 years. Or you might want to position yourself to make huge gains from a major macro event that you believe is on the horizon. Maybe you want to protect yourself against…

One Natural Therapy Relieves Pain From Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s

For autism, Alzheimer’s, mood disorders, pain, cancer, Parkinson’s… there’s one type of therapy that brings relief to all these disparate diseases and disorders… I love music. I almost always have it playing in my office, whether it’s classical music for focusing or top 40 pop music for boosting my energy. And I’m not alone. I look out at my analyst team and regularly see some of them with headphones on, dancing at their desks. Music often makes it onto my list of top…

Building Wealth

Why This Is My No. 1 ‘Income Boost’ in My Own IRA

I had a great time yesterday teaching you how to create more income from stocks that you likely already own… If you didn’t see my presentation, you really missed out! I walked attendees through a real trade… that you could put on and collect real income on, instantly. Everyone received the full details of this trade just for attending. If you couldn’t make it, I’ll go over my notes from that trade in a moment. But first, I want to explain why my top…

Spending Wisely

Why I Forgave a Big Debt

Doc’s note: Emotional investing is a recipe for disaster. Longtime readers know getting attached to an investment is a quick way to lose money. One of the most emotional investment decisions you could ever make is loaning money to a friend or family member. Today, my friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud talks about the pitfalls of loaning money to a friend… and how he decided to end it. *** “Never loan money to your friends. It’s a good way…

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Why I Want You to Be More Than Just a Reader

Messages like this one are why I write my letters… I think I have discovered a new hobby… one that can make me some money instead of costing money. I am enjoying this whole thing immensely… soaking up the webinars, the online education, the books. It all makes great sense to me. I don’t think it will make me a gazillionaire like you guys, but it will get me closer to my $2 million retirement goal. Doc, you said you read all…

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Living Well

How I Lived My Dream… and How You Can, Too

“People tell me that I’m so lucky,” my friend Alistair from Ireland explained one night, over dinner with our families. “But it’s not true. I fully believe that you make your own luck.” “My dad says that too, all the time,” my teenage son replied. “My dad says you’ve got to put yourself in luck’s way, over and over again. And then eventually luck may run you over.” Well over one weekend, luck ran me over… Last Easter night, I was fortunate to…

Travel

Five Savings Secrets for Your Holiday Travel

It’s not even Halloween, yet you can already find Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations on store shelves. And while you might not be ready to think about the 2016 holiday season, you should if you’re planning to travel. Whether you’re driving or flying, we’ve got tips to save you money and hassle this year… 1. Pay less at the pump. Over the summer, my family and I vacationed in Raleigh, North Carolina. On our way to the airport…