June 13, 2018
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Darrell Jobman

Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Futures Magazine, Darrell has been writing about financial markets for more than 35 years and has become an acknowledged authority on derivative markets, technical analysis and various trading techniques.

When Oster purchased Commodities Magazine in 1976, Jobman was named editor and later became editor-in-chief of Futures Magazine when the name was changed in 1983 during one of the biggest growth periods for new markets and new trading instruments in futures history. He was an editor at Futures until 1993, when he left to become an independent writer/consultant.

Since 1993, he has written, collaborated, edited or otherwise participated in the publication of about a dozen books on trading, including The Handbook on Technical Analysis. He has also written or edited articles for several publications and brokerage firms as well as trading courses and educational materials for Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade. He also served as editorial director of CME Magazine.

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- Everyone is trying to guess the bottom. STOP. This system shows you how to stop guessing and simply be better positioned for potential gains when the trend changes.

- When this system was first created it was applied to commodities and still is successful in these markets. Now, with the advent of ETF’s, the Turtle system may be used in more markets.

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One of the biggest buzzwords you'll hear this year is 5G. As smartphones and other digital devices get smarter and more numerous – and as the applications they run generate ever more data – the wireless network that connects them must change to keep pace. That's why telecommunications giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint are racing to roll out the fifth generation of wireless network technology, says NBC News.

As this is rolled out, we want to have established positions in related stocks. We've found two that we believe could thrive on such news.

Next, Lee Gettess shares his video newsletter on what he expects from the S&P and bond markets for the coming week.

Then, Inside Trading brings us Darrell Jobman. In his article, Darrell talks about different instruments used to trade equities.

Last, Chuck Hughes presents his Guaranteed Real Optioneering Winners - Optioneering Newsletter.


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Two Stocks that Could Double from the 5G Boom

by Ian Cooper

One of the biggest buzzwords you'll hear this year is 5G.

As smartphones and other digital devices get smarter and more numerous – and as the applications they run generate ever more data – the wireless network that connects them must change to keep pace. That's why telecommunications giants like Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint are racing to roll out the fifth generation of wireless network technology, says NBC News.

It'll help provide faster speed.

In many cases, data transfer speeds could be up to 10x faster than 4G. That means faster transmission of images and videos.

We'll see shorter delays, and increased connectivity, too.

Of the many things that will demand 5G-deployment is the Internet of Things (IoT), which is expected to connect up to 50 billion connected devices by 2020. Without 5G, though, IoT won’t be able to function they way it should.

It'll be used with self-driving cars, and is expected to help fuel the virtual and augmented reality booms, too.

As this is rolled out, we want to have established positions in related stocks.

Two Stocks that Could Double
from the 5G Boom

Tomorrow, you could begin doubling your account every single month starting with one letter.

The letter will come from a 20-year trading professional named Ian Cooper. He says, “In 2017, following my trades you would be doubling even tripling your account some months. Let me show you how.”

He will show you exactly what to do... and he’ll give you the blueprint for just $1.

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Lee Gettess' Market Sense

by Lee Gettess

Lee Gettess is a top trader who is excited to bring you his video newsletter. Each week, Lee will share his predictions on what he anticipates from the bond and S&P markets.

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Trading Equities

by Darrell Jobman

The following is an excerpt from Darrell Jobman's Profitable Trading the Turtle Way

Perhaps the most common exposure that most traders have to markets, other than some type of savings account or other interest-bearing instrument, is probably the stock market, either in individual company equities or in mutual funds of many different types. For many, that may involve a 401(k), an IRA, or some other kind of retirement plan.

When you buy a stock, you are actually getting a piece of the company, collecting dividends as income, and gaining from any appreciation in the value of the stock. This is the company’s means of raising capital for all kinds of reasons instead of borrowing money and paying interest. Unlike many derivative instruments, stocks do not expire and can be held indefinitely.

The supply of a company’s shares is fixed. With a limited number of stocks, competitive buying and selling determines the price of the stock. The Federal Reserve sets the margin amounts for stocks, requiring investors to have a minimum of 50 percent of the price of the stock in their account as a down payment to own the stock.

Selling short is not as common a practice in the stock market as it is in the commodity markets. In stocks, if you do own the shares already, it is much more difficult to sell stocks than buy them, as shares have to be borrowed from a brokerage firm’s inventory if you want to sell shares naked. If you borrow margin money to buy shares or borrow shares to sell, you pay the broker interest.

You have a number of alternatives to become involved in the stock market as either an investor or trader.

Trading Equities

Guaranteed Real Optioneering Winners

by Chuck Hughes

Every week Chuck publishes his Optioneering Newsletter. The following is a trade opportunity taken from his most recent issue.

The first profit opportunity we will review this week is in LABU. LABU is the Direxion Daily S&P Biotech Bull 3X Shares ETF. LABU seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, of 300% of the performance of the S&P Biotechnology Select Industry Index.

The weekly chart shows that LABU has been in an uptrend since late 2016. Every swing low since then has made a higher low bottom. A new higher low bottom appears to be in place at the April low. Higher low bottoms point to higher high tops, so the next upside target is above this year’s high.

The daily chart shows that LABU has been bullish since the chart started early this year. As we said above, the next upside target is above this year’s high.

We are going to review a Call Debit Spread for LABU.

Traders who want more leverage can buy LABU calls. LABU has options expiring every week until July 27th. After that, LABU has options expiring in August, September, December, and January 2020. Click Here to follow this trade.

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