Step aside, Woodward and Bernstein, I have my very own “Deep Throat.”
That’s right, I have my very own “insider,” in much the same way the two celebrated Washington Post reporters had in the 1970s when they broke open the Watergate story that eventually toppled President Nixon.
Only my insider isn’t telling me about the lurid political machinations at the White House. Instead, my insider tells me every day what is really happening in financial markets, why it’s happening and what the most important things are for me to focus on in the short and intermediate term to gain that extra alpha on the competition.
Now, I promised this insider that I would never reveal his identity, and because I am a man of my word, I never will. Yet what I have persuaded him to do is to share his insights with you, in much the same way that I get his insights each and every market day.
So today, I am proud to introduce a new product in Jim Woods’ universe of newsletter offerings. That product is called the Eagle Eye Opener, and it makes its official debut this Monday, May 17, at 8 a.m. EST.
So, just what is the Eagle Eye Opener?
Well, think of it like a top-level intelligence briefing that gives you the heads up on what’s moving the markets and, more importantly, why markets are moving.
This insider intelligence also identifies the trends that day, what’s likely to happen in the short term and the medium term, and most importantly — what is the best course of action for you to take to profit from multiple market scenarios.
If you already subscribe to one or more of my newsletter advisory services, you know that I put a lot of research into each issue, and that I back up our investment decisions with that in-depth research. Well, a lot of my knowledge is bolstered by my market insider, as he is not only a friend, but he is also one of the smartest and wisest Wall Street analysts I know.
Most importantly, he has earned my trust over the years with his spot-on analysis and wise counsel.
And now, I can share that expert analysis and wisdom directly with you via the Eagle Eye Opener.
This publication comes out every trading day at 8 a.m. Eastern Time, and the best part about it is it only takes about five minutes each morning to read. That’s right, in just five minutes in the morning (maybe 10 minutes if you are like me and prefer to read slowly and methodically) you can gain an edge on the markets using the same institutional-level intelligence the pros on Wall Street use to make their big-money decisions.
Perhaps most importantly, the Eagle Eye Opener will help you avoid getting blindsided by market developments not covered deeply in the mainstream financial media.
Think of this publication as a kind of intel playbook. So, if you read it every day, you’re going to know what’s driving the market. You’ll know which way the markets are likely to go… and what to do when that happens.
You’ll also know what to do if it does the opposite.
That means you’ll know what to do ahead of time, whichever way the market swings… and you’ll know why and where the profit zones are.
Now, I am not claiming that this information is some kind of crystal ball, as there is no such device. However, it is the best tool I’ve found, and it’s the same information that Wall Street elites have at their fingertips each day — and now you can have it, too.
Once again, when you subscribe to Eagle Eye Opener, every trading day at 8:00 a.m., I’ll send you proprietary intel that was once for institutional investor eyes only. The intel covers breaking opportunities in:
- Exchange-traded Funds (ETFs)
You’ll also get the latest economic data that impacts investors in the market, as well as special features that more deeply analyze certain market sectors or developments (e.g., the current spike in inflation, the latest on when the Federal Reserve is likely to consider tapering its bond buying scheme and what to look for in terms of the next big market catalysts).
For me, the content in the Eagle Eye Opener gives me the confidence of being forearmed with this information before the opening bell… all in just about five minutes of your time.
For more about the Eagle Eye Opener, and how it can do for you what it does for me and thousands of other Wall Street pros each morning, I invite you to check it out right now.
As you know, knowledge is power. And with the Eagle Eye Opener, that power translates directly into profits.
Putting One Fake Foot in Front of the Other
Some men, when faced with overwhelming, life-shattering adversity, choose to embrace the circumstance. And in doing so, they live a life of epic inspiration.
In the new episode of the Way of the Renaissance Man podcast, I speak with just such a man, former Army soldier and retired police officer Steve Martin.
Steve is an Afghanistan war veteran whose battlefield injuries cost him both of his legs.
Yet rather than allow that to stop him, Steve chose to overcome his personal battles, conquer his inner demons, and live a life that can inspire the rest of us.
From overcoming pain medications and becoming one of the first double-amputee field police officers in the country, while exceling as an athlete and participating in high-profile competitions to raise awareness for life after amputation, Steve is a man whose mindset we all can learn from.
If you want to be motivated by a real-life hero and learn about his new adventure with an organization that I am proud to sponsor and support, Friends of Freedom USA, then you will really enjoy my inspiring conversation with Steve Martin.
The Heart Is A Dark Forest
“The heart of another is a dark forest, always, no matter how close it has been to one’s own.”
The great novelist provides a stunning insight into the nature of our inner lives, an insight that we all know is true, but that might also disturb us on certain levels. You see, no matter how well you think you know someone, there is always that dark forest that can only be accessed by that person. Perhaps this is a good thing, as we all need to have that private place that we can call ours, and ours alone.
Wisdom about money, investing and life can be found anywhere. If you have a good quote that you’d like me to share with your fellow readers, send it to me, along with any comments, questions and suggestions you have about my newsletters, seminars or anything else. Click here to ask Jim.