Another Big Crash is coming..The Next Market Collapse is on its way – Below are some secrets for you to become Rich in Stocks! Don’t say you weren’t warned – This is it!
Powerful people – billionaires and CEOs of companies listed on the NYSE got together recently to determine when the next crisis is going to begin, where they should park their assets to protect their investments and companies and how to make a fortune before everything comes crashing down.
If you never thought of investing in stock market then you might want to learn something about it; But, if you are an investor then you better hold on and do what the powerful billionaires are doing before the market collapse again. The crash is coming and is due sooner than you think!
Take advantage of the next market collapse and become rich by doing what the powerful billionaires are doing. This is what you can do to make a fortune now before everything comes crashing down:-
- 1. Get your money out of the banking system, especially out of the U.S. dollar..think of other currencies; recently the currencies of some emerging economies have been in the global news and not for once. Usually it is the currencies of developed economies that make the rounds. Our already fragile banking system will likely get crushed, the damage could be much worse than what we saw in 2008. Between 2006 and 2008 the value of your dollar savings fell more than 20%. With the upcoming crash, the U.S. dollar will likely get hammered, as investors continue to lose faith in the dollar as a safe haven currency.
So to protect yourself and your family you must get some money out of the U.S. banking system. You must get some of your savings out of the U.S. dollar. And you must do both of these things NOW, before it’s too late.
- 2. Invest in “Rich Bullion”. “Rich” bullion has a tendency to absolutely skyrocket in value, many times higher than ordinary bullion, in times of financial distress. Despite the recent drop in prices, gold has been one of the best investments in the world over the past decade. It’s up nearly 300% since 2003.
- 3. Invest in Hedge funds such as those “Perfect Hedge”, which Dr. Steve Sjuggerud talk about often, there’s an unbelievable opportunity to make 5 to 10 times your money… All thanks to the weakening dollar and the out-of-control spending going on in Washington. Sjuggerud offerrs subscription to their reports of upcoming market collapse at this website https://order.stansberryresearch.com/1307TRWNYSE1/ETRWPA24/index.htm?pageNumber=2
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Best ETFs to Own Until You Die
There are some products we simply can’t live without
By Lawrence Meyers, InvestorPlace Contributor | Oct 23, 2013, 6:00 am EDT
Every now and then, it’s good to do a reality check and take a hard look at your portfolio. Is there something missing from the long-term portion of it that you need to fill in?
If you do find yourself lacking some surefire, forever holdings, consider simply picking the best ETFs in the best long-term sectors.
See, there are some sectors that I want to hold forever because I consider them to be intrinsic to our lives as human being on planet Earth. It may sound exaggerated, but there really are some products that it’s nearly impossible to imagine life without. If they were to vanish, people would be at a loss.
The companies that cater to such products are thus great buy-and-hold investments. But rather than choosing individual stocks in a sector, it’s smart to take a more conservative approach and buy the best ETFs. They provide diversification in the event one chosen company blows up.
Take a look at the three best ETFs to own until you die:
Energy holdings of some kind are a must, as energy is a massive, massive industry with a foothold in every developed nation … and in many emerging ones as well. Heck, the world has wars over oil, the technology used to extract and refine it continues to evolve, and it remains absolutely essential to everyday life.
That’s why a good buy-and-hold stock would be an energy stock like BP (BP). Of course, you sure didn’t want to be a BP shareholder during the Deepwater Horizon debacle … which is why an energy ETF is an even smarter way to play the space.
The best energy ETF is the Energy SPDR (XLE). It holds all the important names, with top holding ExxonMobil (XOM) taking up 15% of the fund, followed by Chevron (CVX) and Schlumberger (SLB), which just posted killer earnings.
Plus, this energy ETF pays a solid dividend just under 2%, is highly liquid and can be yours for a mere 0.18% in expenses. That makes the XLE a critical component of any long-term portfolio.
Consumer Staples SPDR
Next up, we have an ETF that encompasses some of the most famous names in the world. And those names — and the stocks associated with them — are famous because their founders figured out decades ago that certain products must always be purchased by human beings, particularly in developed nations.
That’s why those products are called “staples.”
The best ETF for must-have consumer products is pretty obvious as well: The Consumer Staples SPDR (XLP). The XLP includes a wide range of companies, which provide everything you could possibly need.
There are basic healthcare and hygiene products from Procter & Gamble (PG), beverages that are cheap from Coca-Cola (KO), tobacco from Philip Morris International (PM) and the catch-all store that is Walmart (WMT).
Investors even get a 2.5% yield out of it, all for that reasonable expense ratio of 0.18%.
Lastly, we have the Financial SPDR (XLF), which may surprise some people since many think that we are going to suffer at least one more financial crisis in the future.
I disagree — I guarantee we’ll have even more than one.
But still, financial services are completely wrapped around everything we do. That’s because consumption is what we do best … and you can’t consume unless you purchase, and you can’t purchase unless you have at least one financial service company involved.
And those services I’m referring to go way beyond banking, by the way. There’s so much infrastructure associated with financial services, it would make your head spin.
The good news is that all aspects of the financial world are wrapped up nicely in the XLF, with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) stealing the title of the fund’s largest holding. And again, this SPDR comes with rock-bottom expense ratio of 0.18%.
The XLF may have some volatility here and there, but over the long term it remains one of the best ETFs you can buy, and an obvious core holding for any portfolio.
As of this writing, Lawrence Meyers owned shares of XLE, XLF and XLP.