These Lines Can Tell You When to Jump in for Huge Profits

I hope you’re having a great Saturday so far! I’m currently out of town helping out at a youth camp, but I just want to take a few quick minutes to bring you a market update.

There were some interesting developments on Wall Street yesterday including the world’s most valuable company taking a dive after a mixed Q2 earnings report, while another mega-cap stock exploded after positive earnings.

Today, I want to show you some easy-to-use technical levels that you’ll want to keep an eye on. These indicators are going to help us predict whether the market’s upward momentum will continue in the near term, or whether we should expect a reversal.

We’ll also revisit the gold market, which I’ve mentioned as a great portfolio diversification recently. There are some strong technical signs showing good likelihood of another run up. I’ll show you exactly what to look for, and I’ll also provide you with a price range where I believe it would be best to jump in.

Click here to have a look…

D.R Unfiltered: The Market Isn’t the Only Thing Trying to Break Records…

This week, I will be out of town volunteering at a youth summer camp sponsored by my church. So today, while I’m outside of decent cell and internet range and am unable to check the markets, I want to bring you a classic “D.R. Unfiltered” video as a precursor for my upcoming trip to Scotland.

Some of my longer-tenured readers might remember this video from last year, which shows me competing in the haggis throwing competition during the Highland Games in the small village of Aberlour, Scotland.

These games date back over 1000 years and have many facets including bagpipe and drum corps competitions, and multiple dancing events. And yes, there are footraces and long jumps where men and women run and jump to the screaming encouragement of the local spectators.

But the great allure of the games lies in the strength events where huge men in kilts throw heavy stones and hammers and even toss massive logs. The event I chose to take place in was the haggis throw.

Haggis, the national dish of Scotland, is a type of pudding composed of the liver, heart, and lungs of a sheep (or other animal), minced and mixed with beef or mutton suet and oatmeal and seasoned with onion, cayenne pepper, and other spices. The mixture is packed into a sheep’s stomach and boiled (for purposes of the throwing competition, the haggis is frozen, not piping hot).

The current world record for haggis hurling stands at an astonishing 217 feet. I did not break that record, but I will be returning to Scotland next week to attempt to beat my own record, much like the market has been attempting to these last few weeks.

I’ll be back later this week with an in-depth market update for you, but for now, click below to watch my first-ever haggis throw