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Three Stocks to Trade Like the Billionaires

By: Keith Kaplan

Apr 09, 2021 | Investing Strategies

On Thursday, I told you a unique way to invest like Warren Buffett. You know the Oracle of Omaha. You know the $100 million fortune he amassed. And you know the Woodstock of Capitalism will happen in May. You might not know that TradeSmith lets you invest like many other billionaires who have amassed their fortunes – in far less…

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Own Warren Buffett’s Portfolio For 85 Cents on the Dollar

By: Keith Kaplan

Apr 08, 2021 | Investing Strategies

Who doesn’t want to invest like Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway? From humble beginnings, Buffett – the Oracle of Omaha – has amassed a fortune north of $100 billion. It might’ve been slow and steady, but his long-term strategy won the race. Many of the world’s top managers imitate his strategies down to individual stocks. In the last…

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A Little Bank You’ve Never Heard Of Just Moved into Our Green Zone

By: Keith Kaplan

Apr 07, 2021 | Investing Strategies

Editor’s Note: Yesterday we promised to include an entertainment stock pick that we expect to do well in the larger U.S. reopening. However, that recommendation is not quite ready. We will bring it to you soon, and we apologize for the delay. Want real trading ideas that you can’t find anywhere else? Try this tiny bank that just moved into…

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A New Way to Start Your Day and Trade

By: Keith Kaplan

Apr 06, 2021 | News

Today, we’re starting a fantastic journey together.  Our Chief Research Officer, Justice Clark Litle, has some very big plans for Decoder.  He’s committed to taking our products at TradeSmith to a whole new level.  And that means that Justice will no longer be writing TradeSmith Daily.  Don’t worry. Justice isn’t going anywhere.  He’s still out in the desert, bringing you…

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Parting Thoughts on a New Era

By: Justice Clark Litle

Apr 05, 2021 | Educational

The first quarter of 2021 — which closed on March 31 — was the worst quarter for U.S. Treasury bonds since 1980. The last time treasuries looked this ugly, Paul Volcker was Chairman of the Federal Reserve, and Jimmy Carter was president. Prior to last quarter, bond prices at the long end of the curve (the 10-year and 30-year) had…

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You Can Still Beat the Big Money into Cryptos

By: TradeSmith Research Team

Apr 02, 2021 | Investing Strategies

Editor’s Note: The markets are closed for Good Friday, and we will return on Monday. Our good friends at InvestorPlace have some excellent research on altcoins that we think you will find interesting. Without further ado, here is Matt McCall. –JCL Upon hearing the news that Thomas Edison was working on an electric light bulb, a committee in Britain’s Parliament…

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I Don’t Usually Do This

By: Keith Kaplan

Apr 02, 2021 | Uncategorized

Rather than my usual essay, I’m sharing a rare, “no holds barred” interview I did with Dan Ferris on the Stansberry Investor Hour podcast last fall.  During this wide-ranging conversation, Dan and I dove into many of my favorite Money Talks topics, including my early financial troubles and how I solved them… why I’m so passionate about investor education… how I invest my own money…

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Big Changes are Coming to TradeSmith Daily

By: Justice Clark Litle

Apr 01, 2021 | Investing Strategies

A new day is dawning for TradeSmith Daily. Big changes are coming. If you’ve come to enjoy and appreciate the TradeSmith Daily format, the changes won’t be what you’re used to. But change can be a great thing — especially at the start of an exciting new chapter. Starting soon, all TradeSmith Daily broadcasts will be written in the Japanese…

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The Archegos Blow-Up was a Big Bank Bamboozle

By: Beverly Becker

Mar 31, 2021 | News

The more we learn about last week’s blow-up of Archegos Capital Management — a family office that behaved far more like a gunslinger hedge fund — the bigger, stranger, and fishier it looks. A number of things about the blow-up don’t make sense — unless you factor in actions and motivations like market manipulation, shady dealing, and possibly even straight-up…

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The Crypto Asset Adoption Path is in the ‘Knee of the Curve’ — as Visa Newly Confirms

By: Justice Clark Litle

Mar 30, 2021 | News

Bitcoin continues to follow its own narrative, and the broader cryptocurrency space along with it. (We note with amusement that, at the time of this writing, Bitcoin continues to press against all-time highs in the $60,000 area, even as tech stocks turn red and the broader market finds itself gripped by a new market structure event — the fallout from…

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