The Simplest Way to New Year Profits

Tomorrow the sun will shine (at least down here in Florida) on a new decade.

It’s New Year’s Eve. Tonight, the parties will be in full swing, and last week’s blue plate special is tonight’s $99 Prix Fixe entrée at restaurants all over the world.

We stay home on New Year’s, as we’ve found that an establishment full of intoxicated people doesn’t necessarily make for a pleasant celebration.

There will be plenty of bourbon and snacks on hand, and if the last few years are a trend, most of the night will be spent watching movies or reading.

Before the ball drops, I wanted to share one more investing strategy with you to help kick start your profit potential in the new year.

I’ve spent a lot of time this past month testing models for investing and trading in the stock markets.

One of the more exciting discoveries of 2019 was that simple strategies work better than the complicated ones when it comes to the stock market most of the time.

I’m not a mathematician on the level of Jim Simons and the rocket scientists at Renaissance, but I don’t need to be to make huge profits in the stock market.

Today I’m going to show you how a few simple rules and 20 minutes a month can outperform Wall Street by an average of 542%.

This is a very straightforward system that could easily make you rich – if you have the discipline to stick with it and the confidence to go against the crowd


Use These CEOs’ Checkbooks to Pump Up Your Portfolio

2019 is drawing to a close, and it’s been a pretty good year for Max Wealth, to say the least.

We discussed on Tuesday that we’ve followed the numbers and made some money, and hopefully you’ve enjoyed some of the discussions along the way as well.

Today is about leftover prime rib sandwiches and getting ready for the new year, and since I can’t fit all of you in my house, we should focus on getting ready for 2020.

Some of the most important research of this last year, both by academics and yours truly, has centered on insider buying and selling activity.

For the last several weeks, I’ve been honing in on what is important and what is not, and isolating those purchases that we can track to make us money from the ones that won’t.

In my analysis, I’ve discovered that not all insider activity is created equal.

Some signals are just noise and won’t add any serious profitability to your market strategies.

But there are other insider signals that can make us rich