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Matt McCall is disrupting the status quo of investing with something new and exciting. Are you ready to toss out Old Wall Street's tired rule book and reinvigorate your portfolio with innovators that will drive future market profits? It's time for the NexGen Revolution.

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How NextGen Investing Works

Matt’s top-down approach begins by focusing on the bigger picture, and works its way down from there – digging into specific geographical regions and sectors to find the strongest plays. Matt believes this strategy puts all the chips in our favor because we’re investing in the best-performing stocks in the best-performing sectors. Want to learn about the three-pronged approach that goes with this top-down strategy?

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NexGen Chart of the Day: GLNCY

Plays on electric vehicles have been on my radar recently, specifically secondary plays that focus on what makes up the cars and their batteries. Lithium is the first thing that comes to mind, but one mineral that is often overlooked is cobalt. With industrial commodities setting up to have a very strong 2018, the largest producer of cobalt is catching my eye.

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Trend Highlights

3 Stocks to Buy for This Year’s Santa Claus Rally

Dec 15, 2017

The Santa Claus rally is something you hear a lot about this time of year – and for good reason. It describes a historically bullish time for stocks that includes the last week of December and the first two trading days of January. But it’s not just the very end of the year that’s typically good to investors. November through January is the best three-month period of the year for stocks, and December stands out as the belle of the ball. Since 1950, the S&P 500 has traded higher in the month 49 times while it’s only been down 17. That trends looks like it is going to continue in 2018, so it’s important that we position ourselves now. Continue Reading…

The NexGen Generation

Dec 13, 2017

I am all about making money in next-generation mega-trends, or NexGen as I call my investing system. That often means breakthrough innovations that will lead the way into the future or advancements on what already exists that change the game. In one instance, the next generation is actually a generation. It doesn’t matter what you call them – millennials, generation Y, echo boomers or anything else – every investor needs to know about this increasingly important demographic wave. They are now the largest group of individuals in American history, surpassing the vaunted baby boomers, and they are the next generation of pretty much everything. Continue Reading…

Should Investors Trust the AMBA Bounce?

Dec 10, 2017

Ambarella (AMBA) made headlines last week when it rallied 14% to its best level in a month on the back of its strong third-quarter results. The niche semiconductor company brought in revenue of $89 million, which was a slight beat but still down 11% from last year, while earnings of $0.75 a share bested the estimate by $0.08. Management also provided guidance that was basically in line with expectations. Investors clearly liked the report, but after looking the numbers over in more detail I’m not so sure this bounce will last. There are two long-term issues that are still facing the stock. Continue Reading…

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How to Buy Bitcoin for $35

Dec 01, 2017

Bitcoin. While its original purposes may have been mischievous, the cryptocurrency has brought to light a technology that is truly next generation. In fact, it’s been said that it’s a 22nd century creation that fell by chance into the early 21st. Creating a completely anonymous, independent and digital system was problematic, and it took much more than simply establishing a new currency. There had to be a way to make and record each transaction securely. So, the distributed ledger technology — more commonly known as blockchain — was born, and an investment in it provides a much safer and smarter way to make money off this undeniable mega-trend.

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Question of the Day

What is the difference between closing a contract and exercising a contract? Would it ever be beneficial to let an option expire?

You can either sell an option for a profit or loss (closing a contract on the open market) or you can exercise the option and carry out the terms of the contract. When exercising a call option, the owner purchases the underlying shares at the strike price; when exercising a put option, the owner sells the underlying shares at the strike price to the option seller. In both cases, the position is no longer open.

Letting one expire occurs when the option is held into expiration. Here in Profit Multiplier, we will generally always close out our option trades before expiration. In my opinion, letting an option expire is the same as throwing money away. It’s better to sell for a small something that nothing at all.

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Track Record

SymbolCompany NameSell DateProfit
SIVBSVB Financial Group12/4/201712%
PLNTPlanet Fitness11/08/201716.6%
SUMSummit Materials11/08/20172%
@ATVI 171117C00060000ATVI November $60 Calls10/31/201728.6%
@NEM 171020C00035000NEM October $35 Calls9/25/201720%
@NVDA 171020C00160000NVDA October $160 Calls9/15/201755%
TTWOTake Two Interactive Software9/07/201735.3%
TCEHYTencent Holdings8/08/201718.0%
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