The Stock Market’s “Golden Income Window” Is Still Open

While fear paralyzes others, we look for ways our readers can profit from the turmoil. You see, the recent uncertainty has created what we call a “golden income window.” And while it’s open, you can reap income from the market like it’s your very own ATM.

By William Mikula, analyst, Palm Beach Daily

The coronavirus pandemic is the worst crisis we’ve faced since the 2008 financial crisis.

Millions of Americans are unemployed… Once-thriving businesses are now forced into bankruptcy… Bread lines are forming across the country…

Yet, stock prices are going up… The S&P 500 is up over 30% since the March 23 crash.

The world doesn’t seem to make sense right now… But, we can still chart a course through these uncertain times. While fear paralyzes others, we look for ways our readers can profit from the turmoil.

You see, the recent uncertainty has created what we call a “golden income window.” And while it’s open, you can reap income from the market like it’s your very own ATM.

Today, I’ll tell you what this window is… and more importantly, why now’s the time to strike…


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The Golden Income Window

To take advantage of the golden income window, we use a strategy we call Instant Cash Payouts. It’s when we offer shareholders a form of “insurance” with “low-ball offers.”

In technical terms, it’s called selling put options.

That simply means, using a unique aspect of the options market, we agree to buy investors’ shares for a certain price and a certain length of time, in exchange for an upfront cash payout.

The cash is ours to keep – no matter what happens with the underlying stock. And we only have to buy shares if they drop to our agreed-upon price.

The bottom line: We get paid to buy companies we love – at a discount. That’s what makes this strategy so powerful.

Now, we only make low-ball offers on the best companies in the market. These are companies that dominate vital industries. They gush free cash flow and profits, and they look after shareholders.

More importantly, they’ll make it through a market crash with relatively minor damage. Sure, their share prices might fall a bit, but it won’t be a mortal blow. They’ll eventually recover.

But here’s the thing…

The golden income window means we get paid more during times of volatility like we’re seeing now…


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Ideal Conditions

To measure fear in the market, we keep a close eye on the market’s fear gauge, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX). And as you can see, this year, it has been at its highest levels since last August.

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We use a reading of 20 as our dividing line. A reading above 20 means investors are fearful and nervous. A reading below 20 means investors are calm and complacent. And with current levels above 20, this tells us investors are worried.

Here’s why this is important…

When investors are scared, they pay higher options premiums. This allows options sellers to generate thick income streams from the market.

And that’s what Daily editor Teeka Tiwari and I have been doing in our elite hedge fund-like service, Alpha Edge.

So far this year, Big T and I have closed 16 trades for average annualized gains of 33.4%. And we did this during one of the worst market crashes in history.

Now, we know there’s a disconnect between Wall Street and Main Street. While stocks are rising again, average citizens are struggling to make ends meet.

It’s not right or fair… But the good news is: Anyone can generate money from the golden income window we’re seeing today.


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The Goldilocks Zone

Even though the country is slowly starting to reopen, COVID-19 will be with us until we develop a vaccine, treatment, or herd immunity against the disease.

And that means we’ll continue to see extreme volatility in the markets.

Meanwhile, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell has vowed his central bank will do everything it can to backstop the market with an unlimited flow of credit.

“When it comes to this lending, we’re not going to run out of ammunition. That doesn’t happen,” he said back in March.

That was all we needed to hear. It means the most powerful central bank in the world will be firing a bazooka of cash at the market… and repeatedly reloading as needed.

This will support stock prices – no matter the long-term consequences.

And with volatility running rampant (causing options premiums to increase)… and the Fed firing bazookas of cash at the stock market (causing stocks to rise higher)… we have ideal “Goldilocks” conditions on the horizon to power our income potential higher.

To help you profit from the current volatility, I’ve listed three trades I’m watching closely. Once the levels I’ve marked are hit, we plan to strike…

Stock

Ticker

Wait for price to drop to…

Make a low-ball offer to buy shares at…

This will give you a “cushion” of…

And target an annualized return of…

Stop making low-ball offers when the price hits…

Home Depot

HD

$200

$185

7.5%

25%

$215

Johnson & Johnson

JNJ

$135

$125

7.4%

30%

$165

UPS

UPS

$80

$75

6.3%

28%

$100

If you don’t know how to make a low-ball offer (sell a put option), then consider buying shares when they drop to the level I’ve indicated in the fourth column.

However you play it, know that as investors, we are in a target-rich environment. COVID-19 created many unintended consequences. And one of those is the incredible income you can generate by simply agreeing to buy shares in the world’s best companies – if they fall in price.

It’s a strategy Big T and I are using for reliable income and large profits. And it’s one you can use as well.


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Generating income from the markets is just one of the many hedge fund-like strategies Big T and I use at PBRG.

Another we’re using during these volatile conditions is buying private companies. You see, unlike public companies, private companies’ valuations aren’t affected by stock market volatility. So they can be an island of calm during this storm of uncertainty.

To learn more about this strategy, click here to watch Big T’s presentation…

Bullish Sign for Stocks this year?

Today, we’re sharing an essay from Stansberry NewsWire contributor and chartered market technician Mark Putrino. At NewsWire, Mark uses his expertise to decode the market’s movements – and walk readers through what’s going on behind the charts. In this essay, he shares a bullish sign for stocks this year…

By Mark Putrino, contributor, Stansberry NewsWire


Everyone wants to know where the stock market’s headed next. The answer is hidden in plain sight.

It has to do with sentiment. And it’s telling us that stocks are nearly certain to continue marching higher in the coming weeks.

Now, you may think of sentiment as “how the market feels.” But the truth of it is a lot more powerful.

Sentiment creates real pressure in the markets. And the more extreme it is, the more extreme the pressure.

Think about it this way…

If most investors are bearish, the market eventually runs out of sellers. At that point, buying demand starts to exceed selling pressure, and prices rise.

It may sound simple. But it’s how markets work.

This fundamental relationship is exactly what we’re seeing in the market today. Right now, investors are incredibly bearish… so bearish that the market is almost certain to go up.

Based on history, the market could climb another 18% from here. And the craziest part of it is… if you’re feeling bearish, it only reinforces this idea.

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Sentiment is more powerful than most realize. It tells us if buyers or sellers are controlling the market.

When there are more buyers than sellers, the sellers get to set the prices… And they demand higher prices. When the sellers are in the majority, the buyers get to do the price-setting.

Right now, there are more bears in the market than usual. It’s no surprise, given what has happened so far this year. But the massive negativity is actually a positive sign for the market.

One way to see it is from the American Association of Individual Investors (“AAII”), which surveys thousands of investors each week.

According to AAII, more than 50% of investors are bearish today. And bearish sentiment recently hit a high of 53%. This might not sound extreme, but it’s only the third time in history we’ve seen a level that high. Take a look…

AAII bearishness has only reached that level twice in the past decade. Both times were great buying opportunities.

The most recent was in April 2013. The S&P 500 went on to rally 17% over the next year… nearly double the average market performance of 7%.

Before that, we saw similar bearishness in July 2010. That led to an 18% gain over the next year… another staggering return for the broad market.

So, right now, you’re likely feeling terrible about the market. You’re not alone. Lots of folks feel the same way.

In fact, so many people are feeling bad, the market is running out of sellers. And prices are rising as a result. The S&P 500 is now up 28% from its March low.

We’re seeing firsthand how the market’s “feelings” translate into real-world results. And we shouldn’t expect it to stop now.

When everyone is bearish… eventually, they run out of shares to sell. When that happens, prices rise.

We’re seeing historic levels of bearishness today. And history says it could be setting up an 18% gain over the next year. The smart bet is to stay long.


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Editor’s note: Recently, Mark has covered signs of weakness in three key sectors… the outlook for a recent breakout in small caps… and how pandemic restrictions have sparked a clear uptrend in one corner of the market. You can find his work – along with investing insights, up-to-the-minute news, market commentary, and more – in our free Stansberry NewsWire service. Learn more details here.

Spanish Flu Hints About the Recovery in Stocks

The world of 1918 had some similarities to our “connected” world today. And we can look back at this period in history for clues about how today’s recovery will look. You might be surprised to hear it… but stocks could go a lot higher, even if the economy is slow to recover.

By Enrique Abeyta, editor, Empire Elite Growth


At this point, you’ve likely heard the comparisons with the current coronavirus crisis to the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic.

This health crisis began in spring 1918 as a particularly deadly strain of the flu. It soon spread across the globe. It didn’t originate in Spain… but the name stuck because Spain was particularly hard-hit.

The spread of the flu was likely worsened by the end of World War I. American troops returned from Europe and then scattered across the U.S. The world had much less international travel back then, but this mass movement of people helped the disease spread.

So the world of 1918 had some similarities to our “connected” world today. And we can look back at this period in history for clues about how today’s recovery will look.

You might be surprised to hear it… but stocks could go a lot higher, even if the economy is slow to recover.


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While certainly different than the current virus, the Spanish flu also had some unique characteristics… For one, it hit adults aged 15 to 44 particularly hard. This is rare in a flu (even a bad one), and it magnified the economic impact.

Medical technology was also less advanced… And the mortality rate was devastating. It infected an estimated 500 million people – more than a quarter of the global population. It also killed as many as 50 million (or by some estimates, 100 million). That’s roughly 3% of the global population.

To put this in perspective – and the coronavirus pandemic isn’t over by any means – we have reportedly seen 300,000 deaths out of a global population of 7.8 billion, or 0.004%.

Losing such a large percentage of working-age adults to the Spanish flu was a huge blow to the global and U.S. economies. Additionally, U.S. cities undertook similar shutdown and quarantine procedures as they have today.

That said, determining the economic impact of the Spanish flu pandemic on the U.S. economy is difficult. We don’t have the same wealth of economic data from back then that we do today, and the death of those working-age adults was a big difference. Other factors also mean that the economic analogies to today aren’t exact.

Still, a recent Wall Street Journal article provided some data from the National Bureau of Economic Research. Looking at an index of industrial production and trade, this measure fell sharply and then bottomed. It quickly recovered some of the losses, but then stayed at a lower level through 1920. (Again, the end of World War I likely also had an effect here.)

The bureau also uses an index of factory employment. This also took a hit, but then recovered to previous highs within 18 months. Part of this drop is likely due to the deaths of 675,000 people in the U.S., or 0.6% of the population.

But let’s take a look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average around this period…

The stock market had a rough year in 1917 – mostly due to World War I – and was recovering in early 1918. During this period of economic disruption and incredible volatility from the pandemic, though, the stock market moved much higher. Take a look…

Today’s economy is a lot different from back then. But even the worst-case scenarios for this crisis predict only a fraction of the mortalities from the Spanish flu. And the disruption to the economy back then was arguably worse than it is today.

Looking back at 1918, the economy took years to recover while employment moved back to previous levels and the stock market soared.

It’s difficult to come up with a strong explanation for why the stock market performed like it did in 1918, much less why it performs like it has today (and we have a ton more data and insight!).

But consider that global governments are injecting huge amounts of liquidity into the economy right now…

One of the criticisms of the economic recovery of the past decade has been that we haven’t seen nearly the same recovery (or growth) in economic output as we did in asset prices.

This could be a reasonable road map for the period we are in right now: Slower recovery in the real world, while the injection of liquidity “supercharges” asset prices. Just take a look at the Dow over the decade following our previous chart…

So how can you navigate through these volatile times?

In today’s market, most stocks are trading in unison.

We are seeing some differences in magnitude. Industries that are the most hard-hit – like airlines, cruise ships, and hospitality – are down the most.

The industries hit the least – like e-commerce, big tech, and software – have fallen less. All but a few areas, though, are down from their highs… and they too have moved together.

Because of that, the individual fundamentals of a company matter less right now than they normally would. The market is driving most individual stocks. You must keep this in mind with any individual trades and your overall portfolio.

And patience is key. While I’m still more optimistic than the consensus is for the intermediate- and long-term outlook… I expect more volatility and market pain is ahead.

A long-term stock rally is the high-probability bet. It doesn’t mean that it’s a 100% certainty, but it makes the most sense for technical and fundamental reasons.

If this happens, investors could be getting a rare chance to buy shares of world-class businesses… stocks with multibagger upside potential. Don’t miss out.


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These Companies Will Thrive in the “New Normal”

We can’t predict what the future holds. A second wave of the coronavirus could hit this fall or winter, bringing a new set of setbacks for the global economy. But no matter how dark things may seem, our focus is to put you in the position to survive and thrive in a post-COVID-19 world.

By William Mikula, analyst, Palm Beach Daily

The world has changed forever…

Sure, we’ve seen market crashes and economic crises before – and plenty of booms and busts over the years.

But the novel coronavirus has swept across the global economy with a swiftness never seen before.

From its all-time high on February 19, the S&P 500 plunged 34% by March 23. It was the fastest market crash in history.

The pain isn’t restricted to the financial markets, either.

One million Americans have been infected with COVID-19… and more than 55,000 have died.

Meanwhile, unemployment is skyrocketing – with more than 26.4 million filing jobless claims. That’s more than all jobs created since the end of the last recession in 2009.

Stepping outside, you’ll see empty streets, malls, shops, theme parks, stadiums, airports, and cruise terminals.

It’s no surprise that retail sales were down nearly 9% last month – their biggest monthly decline in three decades.

But as the old saying goes, it’s always darkest before the dawn. And as battle-scarred investors, we know this, too, shall pass.

Of course, we can’t predict what the future holds. A second wave of the coronavirus could hit this fall or winter… bringing a new set of setbacks for the global economy.

But no matter how dark things may seem, our focus is to put you in the position to survive and thrive in a post-COVID-19 world.

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Four Traits Companies Will Need to Thrive

Longtime readers know Daily editor Teeka Tiwari and I travel the world to find the best moneymaking ideas for our readers. We put our boots on the ground to find you life-changing ideas.

This crisis is unprecedented, so we knew we would have to change our strategy.

That’s why we’ve been monitoring it since the World Health Organization announced the pandemic as a public health emergency in January 2020. And like nearly 90% of the country, we’re sheltering in place, too.

We’ve reverted to pounding the phones, videoconferencing, and even using old-fashioned snail mail to conduct our research.

And it’s paying off…

You see, Big T and I were pinpointing companies with high growth potential before the coronavirus pandemic.

But through our research, we’ve found some are doing even better amid this crisis.

They’re deemed “essential services” by the government. And demand for their products and services have skyrocketed during this pandemic.

It’s acted like a shot of adrenaline injected into these firms. At this point, they’re all-hands-on-deck… hiring in droves… and trying to keep up with demand.

And even after the pandemic recedes, they’ll continue to grow at double-digit clips (at least) each year.

To find the best companies to invest in during this crisis, we looked at four criteria:

  • Well-funded and already growing before the pandemic
  • Getting a boost from their goods and services during the pandemic
  • Will continue to thrive when the pandemic passes
  • Have 10x or more potential upside

These are the types of companies you want to own now. But you won’t find many that fit these criteria in the public markets.


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Opportunity of a Lifetime

Most of the companies we’re looking at are in the private markets.

They’re called Regulation A+ offerings. And they’re open to the general public – not just accredited investors. In some cases, you can buy into these private deals with minimums of $500–1,000.

At PBRG, we call them “sweetheart deals.”

That’s because they offer the kinds of setups that were usually reserved for exclusive golf courses and private jets… or made in reserve boxes at sporting events and top-floor meeting rooms at five-star hotels.

But new rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission now allow ordinary investors to invest in private companies before they go public.

And they’re a game-changer.

Take Harvard Medical School professor Timothy Springer, for instance.

He invested in a private biotech company called Moderna in its early years. When the company went public in 2018, his $5 million stake skyrocketed to $320 million on IPO day.

And in just two years, that windfall turned into more than $800 million – a 17,000% gain to be exact.

Now, I know most people don’t have $5 million to invest. But a $500 stake in Moderna at the same time Springer made his investment would be worth $85,500.

That would be enough to go on a vacation, pay the kids’ college tuition, or buy your dream car.

A few wins like that will give you financial freedom to do whatever you want.

And there’s even more reason to love private companies in these trying times…


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The best companies built substantial war chests before the pandemic. And their business models are so strong that they’re still getting funding in the worst market conditions since the Great Depression.

So their real beauty is the flexibility they enjoy. They have options public companies don’t: If the market remains volatile, they can stay private until the conditions are more favorable to go public.

This helps them use their war chests to meet the four criteria I laid out above.

Plus, by targeting firms fighting to end this pandemic, we can actually help them in their mission.

I understand the natural tendency for most investors in a crisis is to hunker down – especially when faced with the brutal, cold-blooded efficiency of COVID-19.

But as adept investors, we can’t close ourselves off to the world.

Though it may seem counterintuitive to say this now, years from now, we believe you’ll look back at this moment as the single-best time to be an investor. You won’t see opportunities like this again.

If you want to test out investing in private markets, consider crowdfunding platforms like SeedInvest and MicroVentures. They list dozens of promising private companies raising money from everyday investors. In some cases, you can get started with as little as $100.

Remember, always do your due diligence before jumping into any opportunity and don’t risk more than you can afford to lose. Just a few hundred dollars could be enough to deliver incredible gains.

Dr.Steve Sjuggerud: The Biggest Worry for the World’s Rich and Powerful

For the world’s rich and powerful, holding on to the money they have can be just as important as growing wealth.

Just about everything in the world is designed to chip away at wealth.

Everybody wants a cut of it – especially the government.

For the world’s rich and powerful, holding on to the money they have can be just as important as growing wealth.

As billionaires see it, the problem today isn’t just the market crash. They know that’ll solve itself over time. For them, the real threat is the government response to it.

And as I explained yesterday, they’re putting their money to work now with the next crisis in mind. Today, I’ll share their biggest fear about today’s crisis… and about the one to come.

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To protect your wealth, you have to navigate the stock market… the property market… and the convoluted tax system. But most mom-and-pop investors don’t spend much time considering a specific way the government puts your money at risk…

I’m talking about currency risk. Or put another way… inflation.

Right now, darn near every central bank in the world has gone into panic mode. In the U.S., the Federal Reserve has slashed interest rates to near zero.

That means the central bank is trying to lower the cost of lending money. Economic theory says this should encourage businesses to take out loans. And those loans are supposed to boost the economy as businesses spend money.

But the long-term effect is quite different… Remember, this Fed action makes money cheaper. And over time, it literally makes our money worth less.

There are plenty of other things the Fed is up to today. But for now, you just need to remember one takeaway…

Just about every tool that central banks have at their disposal weakens their respective currencies. And that creates inflationary pressure.

The Fed is setting us up for a world where it takes more dollars to buy the same goods and services than it did in the past. And if you’re holding a lot of assets valued in dollars… that’s a scary spot to be in.

That is the crisis that the world’s billionaires fear. They’re afraid of the government taking what they have… and making it worthless.

This system puts them on the hunt for assets with value outside of the financial system. Gold and collectibles are the perfect example.


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Think about it this way…

Imagine the government is printing money like mad to try to save itself. The more money it prints to pay the bills, the less that money is worth. And you see it getting worse by the day.

You have a choice. You can hoard as much of that paper money as you can get your hands on and hope that its value will eventually recover… Or you can buy the Mona Lisa – a near-priceless artifact that has been valuable for longer than your government has existed.

It’s pretty obvious what the right choice is. If the world’s currencies are in peril, you move to assets that have value regardless of currencies.

Gold has been around a lot longer than any government we would recognize today. It has been used as a store of value and medium of exchange for thousands of years. And most important, governments can’t devalue it.

In other words, if your government is printing money, and you can’t get your hands on the Mona Lisa… a vault of gold will do nicely.

That’s exactly the choice that the world’s wealthy are faced with today. And it’s clear which way they’re moving.

Even if the long-term doomsday scenario doesn’t play out, it’s clear that thinking about wealth preservation is a smart move today. That means putting some money to work in gold and collectibles. It’s something I recommend you consider right now.