How to Earn the Income You Need for Retirement (Part 2)
Dec 06, 2019
Part two of a free series on how to use options to boost your income, by Ed Pawelec, a former hedge-fund manager and options market maker on the floor of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.More >> More >>
How to Earn the Income You Need in Retirement (Part 1)
Nov 26, 2019
Options master Ed Pawelec gives a tutorial on how to earn more money on your portfolio using options.More >> More >>
The Small Biotech Scaring Big Pharma
Nov 07, 2019
It really is the biggest “hidden” opportunity on Wall Street. You see, while everyone else has been focused on crypto and pot stocks, we’ve been focused where no one else was looking: the biotech sector. As a result, we’ve had a different biotech stock taken over every 42 days… I’m truly grateful to be able … Continue reading “The Small Biotech Scaring Big Pharma”More >> More >>
China has become our Frankenstein monster…
Oct 14, 2019
The geniuses in Washington told us that the more China traded with us, the freer they would become. It wouldn’t be long before the Communist Party melted away and, in its place, sprung a Jeffersonian Democracy.
Turns out they had it all backwards…More >> More >>
“Where you gonna go?”
Oct 03, 2019
Where you gonna go? That’s the question I’ve asked myself as the market has sold off in recent days. Are you gonna go into 30-year U.S. Treasury bonds? They’re yielding 2.085%. Imagine that. You get 2% a year for lending the government money for 30 years! Not unless you have to. Where you gonna go? … Continue reading ““Where you gonna go?””More >> More >>
The last picture I could take on 9/11.
Sep 11, 2019
I remember that day being crisp. The kind of fall day that lets you know summer isn’t coming back. I was dressed to impress that morning. My best suit. I had an 8:30 meeting at the building next door to the New York Stock Exchange. A firm I was trying to do business with. For … Continue reading “The last picture I could take on 9/11.”More >> More >>
Lunch Costs How Much?!?
Aug 08, 2019
Another thing that amazed me was how expensive an average lunch was. Just an average lunch was $50. I’m talking about eating at an average American restaurant in the middle of a city like Chattanooga, TN. Two adults, no alcohol and two young children eating off the kid’s menu! It’s like $50 is the new $20.More >> More >>