Stansberry’s Big Trade

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knudsen57
2 years ago

I’m not sure where these people voting are getting their information but the Big Trade is a Big Flop todate. Today 6 of the recommendations have lost over 90%, 2 have lost over 80%, 2 have lost mid 60%, 1 has lost 25%, and only 4 are in the plus – 14%, 16%, 22%, and 98%. Unfortunatly, the last was one I did not buy!!! These are options, so there is still a little time left, although it continues to move in the wronge direction and we are losing the time valuse portion of the investment.

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buffalodiesel
2 years ago

I agree with knudsen57. I have this list too. The puts in total are slowing loosing time value and many may expire worthless since the FED is still “printing money” to keep the weak economy alive. Yes, I agree many are very weak companies. but it appears that these weak companies may stay afloat. Just look at what the government did when GM was or should have been forced into bankruptcy..! So, I decided to sit on the sidelines before purchasing puts on the companies in this list. Stansberry has been predicting a credit/market crash for years. If corporations repatriate the trillions they have hidden overseas, will there be a market crash…?

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