Month: March 2021

Are You a Strong Hands Investor? Growth, Innovation, Next Big Tech!

Are You a Strong Hands Investor? Growth, Innovation, Next Big Tech!

In the last three months, we’ve welcomed a LOT of new members to the Strong Hands Nation! You joined us during this market roller coaster! Which is something that can test even our most seasoned Strong Hands. So, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about exactly what kind of trading we do. Now, I…

3 ETFs to Buy Now for This Oversold Stock Market

3 ETFs to Buy Now for This Oversold Stock Market

After weeks of decline, has the market become oversold? In today’s installment of Your Money Matters, Clint, our very own Chartered Market Technician, shares four charts that show stocks could be ready to reverse course. Then Ted reveals which sectors have the strongest tailwinds to benefit the most … and the best way to play…

147% Gain in 35 Days on WDC

147% Gain in 35 Days on WDC

Options trading is fast-paced and exciting. But today, we’re going to slow down and take a look back. This will help us learn the best ways to trade. Win or lose, we can benefit from looking at past trades. Whether we stuck to our strategy or cut losses early, looking back at past trades helps…

No. 1 Tip to Profit From the Small-Cap Stock Boom

No. 1 Tip to Profit From the Small-Cap Stock Boom

Last year’s big winners are tanking … Tesla’s stock fell as much as 35% off its peak … Apple’s market cap took a $232.5 billion hit. And that’s just so far this year. Where are all those billions flowing? Small caps. In today’s installment of Your Money Matters, financial experts Ted Bauman and Clint Lee explain what’s driving this shift in the market — and, of course, how to position yourself to profit…

When Trading a Volatile Stock Market, Focus on THIS

When Trading a Volatile Stock Market, Focus on THIS

These days, the market has no clear direction. The stocks that were supposed to thrive this year — cyclicals and renewables — are bleeding as much as the darling growth stocks of 2020. Investors are scrambling for answers, but most are looking in the wrong places. They’re looking at daily market moves, for one. But…

Millennials Are the Key Mega Trend

Millennials Are the Key Mega Trend

There’s one mega trend essential for your portfolio if you want to experience the profits America 2.0 can bring. This mega trend is paving the way for almost all the innovations powering the Fourth Industrial Revolution with ties to housing of the future: Cryptocurrencies/blockchain (making smart contracts possible). Artificial intelligence (creating smarter, data-connected homes). 3D…

Poll – Will You Make the Biggest Investment Mistake of All?

Poll – Will You Make the Biggest Investment Mistake of All?

After Wednesday’s market bloodbath, I recorded a video for Bauman Letter subscribers. I shared insights into the likely causes of this extreme volatility. And I offered advice on what to do and NOT do. Right now, investors are like a pack of hunting hounds who have chased their prey and lost the scent. They mill…

These Stocks and Sectors Will Benefit From the Reopening

These Stocks and Sectors Will Benefit From the Reopening

We are experiencing a renaissance. A rebirth. We were down for the count for a while. Stuck in our homes, we couldn’t go out to eat or to the gym. It was tough. Today, though, we are emerging. We are reopening. And while the market has bid up certain groups of stocks already, some still…

This Is the Bubble That Should Scare Investors

This Is the Bubble That Should Scare Investors

Tech stocks are overpriced. It’s possible that the tech sector is in a bubble. Now, it’s not clearly a bubble since rapid growth is expected. If earnings grow fast enough, then stock prices could go higher. However, that doesn’t mean investors should plunge fearlessly into tech. This sector is priced as if every company will…

How to Pick the Best Stocks for Next 5 Years

How to Pick the Best Stocks for Next 5 Years

I’m looking at a tweet that I want you to see right now. It shows today’s value of $1,000 invested into each of 14 different stocks just five years ago. Now, that $14,000 investment sits at $294,071. Now I did a little homework on this list, and you can see what’s important here is not…