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The Portfolio That Will Double in Three Years

The Portfolio That Will Double in Three Years

John Thomas June 14, 2017 Comments Off on The Portfolio That Will Double in Three Years

Below, I have listed a portfolio of ten stocks that will almost certainly double in three years. If I am wrong, it will gain 100% in only two years. But there is a catch.

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Will Space X Be Your Next Ten Bagger?

Will Space X Be Your Next Ten Bagger?

John Thomas June 13, 2017 Comments Off on Will Space X Be Your Next Ten Bagger?

I am constantly on the lookout for ten baggers, stocks that have the potential to rise tenfold over the long term. Look at the great long-term track records compiled by the most outstanding money

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Short Selling School 101

Short Selling School 101

John Thomas June 12, 2017 Comments Off on Short Selling School 101

With the stock market falling for the next few weeks, or even months, it’s time to rehash how to profit from falling markets one more time. There is nothing worse than closing the barn

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Why Your Best Performing Asset Can Be Found in Your Pocket

Why Your Best Performing Asset Can Be Found in Your Pocket

John Thomas June 7, 2017 Comments Off on Why Your Best Performing Asset Can Be Found in Your Pocket

What would you guess is the top performing asset class of the past three decades? Amazon (AMZN) shares? Vintage cars? French collectible postage stamps? I’ll give you a hint: you may find one in

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The Paris Climate Accord and Your Portfolio

The Paris Climate Accord and Your Portfolio

John Thomas June 6, 2017 Comments Off on The Paris Climate Accord and Your Portfolio

Donald Trump’s abrogation of the Paris Climate Treaty was the most predictable event of 2017. Our new president always makes the decision that is most controversial and most likely to generate outrage. That is

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Market Outlook for the Week Ahead, or Looking for Tears

Market Outlook for the Week Ahead, or Looking for Tears

John Thomas June 5, 2017 Comments Off on Market Outlook for the Week Ahead, or Looking for Tears

Theoretically, this is supposed to be impossible. It can only end in tears. When both stocks (SPY) and bonds (TLT)  go up at the same time, it usually signals that a medium or long-term

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Palo Alto Networks Knocks the Cover Off the Ball

Palo Alto Networks Knocks the Cover Off the Ball

John Thomas June 2, 2017 Comments Off on Palo Alto Networks Knocks the Cover Off the Ball

My bet that Palo Alto Networks (PANW) represented a long position in the hacking industry paid off big time yesterday. The Santa Clara, CA based cyber security firm shocked even the most bullish analysts

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Why the Bull Market Has at Least Two Years to Run

Why the Bull Market Has at Least Two Years to Run

John Thomas June 1, 2017 Comments Off on Why the Bull Market Has at Least Two Years to Run

The bull market has at least two years to run, and possibly more. This is the prediction that I have been hammering away at listeners at my many speaking engagements, webinars, and global strategy

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Stock Market Risk Hits a Decade High

Stock Market Risk Hits a Decade High

John Thomas May 31, 2017 Comments Off on Stock Market Risk Hits a Decade High

Whenever I return home from a long trip, this time to Australia and New Zealand, the first thing I do is run through about 200 charts. My conclusion was immediate, if not certain. What

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Report from New Zealand

Report from New Zealand

John Thomas May 30, 2017 Comments Off on Report from New Zealand

35 degrees South latitude, 174 degrees East longitude. I am writing this report from the Duke of Marlborough Hotel and Pub in remote Russell, off the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Once

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