December 20, 2017
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Chuck Hughes

Chuck Hughes, who started his trading in 1984, was a full-time commercial airline pilot. However, according to Hughes, his job as pilot was quite frustrating sometimes. This is the reason that he wanted to start his own trading. His working schedule of 15 to 17 days off each month used to create a void and trading was the perfect solution for this. Hughes got quick success in trading as he finished 10th in the '85 United States Trading Championship and 3rd in '86 competition with a huge 260% return.

Chuck Hughes also accrued titles in the systems trading in another international trading championship in futures in '94 and '95, the day trading division of '95, and the professional division in '99. In 2003, Chuck Hughes was placed third in the in the same competition for Stock Trading. Then in 2005, 2007 and 2009 he took first once again in the stock trading division.


Former Air Force Pilot reveals 3 of the strategies that made him $4.4 Million the past 4 years… and he started with just $4,600 savings.

Do You Know The 3 Proven Ways To Profit In Today’s Markets?

Let me show you how I made $4.430 Million in the past 4 years.

Let me show you how I made 422 winning trades out of 443 trades for 95.3% accuracy.

Most important, let me show you how you can do the same! And give you trades on a silver platter where on some trades you absolutely cannot lose!!

Using These “Secret” Insider Methods… Now You Can Triple Your Money In 76 Days Or Less — While Risking Almost Nothing!

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We’re all well aware of the government’s desire to spend $1 trillion on fixing America’s aging and ailing infrastructure issues. But now, it’s nearing reality.

To start, let’s make one thing clear. It'll take more than $1 trillion to get the job done. In fact, add another $2.6 billion to the $1 trillion noted above and we’re getting a little closer.

However, as we near January 2018, the White House is preparing to roll out its $1 trillion infrastructure plan. According to The Hill, “the administration has long said it wants to use $200 billion in federal seed money, along with significant permit reform and other incentives, to leverage $1 trillion worth of overall infrastructure investment.” For that reason, we begin looking at potential beneficiaries of such a program.

Next, Lee Gettess takes a looks at stocks and bonds for the coming week.

Then, Chuck Hughes shares six reasons to love MLPs.

Last, Chris Verhaegh brings us his PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter.


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Trump Trades: How to Trade Potential Infrastructure Plans

by TradeWins Publishing

We’re all well aware of the government’s desire to spend $1 trillion on fixing America’s aging and ailing infrastructure issues. But now, it’s nearing reality.

To start, let’s make one thing clear. It’ll take more than $1 trillion to get the job done.

In fact, add another $2.6 billion to the $1 trillion noted above and we’re getting a little closer.

From the crumbling dams of California to the potholes that fill U.S. highways, signs of decaying infrastructure are all around us. It’s gotten so bad that many of us don’t even care to notice the effects of inaction when it comes to infrastructure - constant congestion, interrupted flights, closed roads, and rickety old bridges 50+ years in age.

First, consider just how bad our current issues are:

- More than 15.500 of the country’s 87,539 dams are still considered high hazard potential for public safety and could take nearly $60 billion to repair.

- More than 180,000 people were evacuated from California in February 2017 on fears that the Oroville Dam would collapse.

- More than 3,032 pipeline spills since 2006 has cost the U.S. $4.7 billion.

Trade Potential Infrastructure Plans


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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Six Reasons to Love MLPs

by Chuck Hughes

The following is an excerpt from Chuck Hughes' Ultra-Safe Money Strategies

Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) are similar to Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), as they do not pay income taxes. MLP shares trade on the major stock exchanges, and they provide investors with attractive yields due to their special tax treatment. They are an income investor’s dream come true.

MLPs, however, are different in structure than REITs. Whereas REITs are a special type of corporation, MLPs are partnerships. A general partner is responsible for running the MLP partnership and individual investors are the limited partners.

By law MLPs pay their profits directly to their shareholders also called unit holders. MLPs pay much bigger dividends than other dividend paying stocks because they pay no tax and pay out their profits directly to their unit holders. A MLP’s income is allocated among all partners in proportion to their ownership interest.

Six Reasons to Love MLPs


PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter

by Chris Verhaegh

Every week Chris publishes his PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter. The following is an excerpt from his most recent issue.

Happy Holidays! Or in the case of this upcoming week, Happy 32 ½ Hours! I say that with a twinge of “Bah-Humbug!” You see historically the stock market closes three hours early on Christmas Eve day. But with Christmas taking place on Monday this year, the market will not take any time off prior to the Holiday. And as such we will have five full days of 6 ½ hours of trading.

There were some really good moves last week. There will be a number of really good moves this upcoming week. But instead of looking on the economic calendar above to find any of them I think we will have to analyze the results of my Assistant’s Scans. Let’s look at what happened last week in an effort to build your understanding on how you might catch these moves in the future.

I made money trading last week. Much of it was trading Freeport McMoRan (FCX). I made money as it was moving higher in price. I gave a little back because I traded Sloppy Slop. I was a net winner. It’s just that I anticipated a pullback which never occurred.

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PLEASE READ. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. There is a substantial risk of loss trading commodities, stocks, bonds and options with or without this or any other advertised product, service or system. Also hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain inherent limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Since the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown.