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I have several extraordinary things for you this weekend…
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And now, I have to send you a picture of the very biggest lily pad you ever saw…
Early in the 20th century, one of the famous family heads of the DuPont company, Pierre, bought a huge parcel of land just across the Delaware line in Pennsylvania.
Pierre was one of the true captains of industry in this high growth time in U.S. history. Early in his career, the MIT trained chemist helped create the first smokeless gunpowder. He moved on to become the president of the DuPont company (for a scant five years) and was then instrumental in the early meteoric growth of General Motors (GM) when, to protect the DuPont investment in the failing company, he reluctantly became president for of GM for four years in the early 1920s. By the time he resigned as GM’s chairman of the board, GM was the world’s largest company. So, I guess the investment did pretty well…
I’m mentioning Pierre DuPont, because recently, I went to a Woods Brothers concert on the grounds of his former estate.
Longwood Gardens is a world-famous botanical garden that Pierre fashioned after some of the classic gardens that he saw in his travels. Thanks to a strong non-profit organization that now runs the gardens, the former estate remains a mainstay for training botanists and delighting tourists from around the globe.
One of the interesting summer attractions is their famous water lily display. But it was the Longwood Hybrid Water Platters that caught my eye. Here’s a picture I took showing the massive leaves:
The individual leaves can grow up to eight feet in diameter (the largest one in this picture is right at 6 feet across) and they are almost startling when you first see them.
Which brings me to the point of my botanical tirade – sometimes the market hands us something equally startling. And it’s hard to believe it’s even real.
But when the market hands you a great trade on a “golden” platter (or a gigantic lily pad) – you must have the confidence to act. It’s that decisive action in the heat of the moment that makes a great trade.
We saw just such a chance to seize the moment – and make a truly “golden” trade – in our quick hit NUGT “parabola” trade in Stealth Profits Trader. (You can read more about our recent Stealth Profits track record here.)
I talk a bit more about that – and the mindset behind it all – in the “D.R Unfiltered” video below. Just click to watch.
Have a wonderful weekend, and God bless you!