Valued Zacks Member,
There are fortunes to be made and now it's surprisingly simple to get in on the action.
I realize that you might not be quite ready to follow the example of George Soros who raked in a billion dollars betting against the British pound.
Or Louis Bacon who predicted the Gulf War and hit the jackpot on oil.
Or John D. Arnold who made a fortune buying up natural gas futures just before their explosive rebound.
The economy is humming and opportunities with huge profit potential are popping up all around us.
And I'm going to show you how to take advantage of them without betting on futures or making complicated options moves.
My name is Jeremy Mullin and I've spent more than 15 years studying technical charts, analyzing companies, and looking for innovations and breaking news that lead to big moves and substantial profits.
In particular I'm focusing on an asset class that is overlooked by most investors - commodities.
In fact, these raw products are widely ignored, even though they have tremendous impact on our everyday lives.
Think oil, natural gas, gold, silver, coffee, hogs, corn, soybeans, cotton, lumber, orange juice, and more.
Many read the headlines and simply aren't aware that there's a market to make money on them.
Others know about the profit potential of commodities but just aren't inclined to get involved with risky futures and complicated options moves.
That's a big reason why I joined Zacks Investment Research in 2016.
Zacks was founded to serve investors who want significant gains, but don't have unlimited budgets, unreasonably high risk tolerances, and time to research all the opportunities that emerge almost every day.
My mission is to help you pursue those big profitable commodity swings in an easier, safer way.
Not through futures and options, but only through carefully researched, high-quality stocks and ETFs.
Your profit potential can be extraordinary.
What if you bought selected pork-related stocks near the onset of the African swine fever epidemic which devastated swine herds in China and nearby countries?
Shares of Pilgrim's Pride, Tyson Foods, and Sanderson Farms soared as the companies met surging demand.
What if you bought Apache Corporation in early January when they announced a significant oil strike off the coast of Suriname?
The announcement propelled that energy exploration and development stock to a +31.0% pop in just 8 days.
What if you bought the Palladium ETF as car manufacturers moved to conform to stronger emissions standards?
This rare silvery white metal is an essential component in catalytic converters of cars, trucks, buses, trains, and planes. In 3 years the ETF has skyrocketed +262.3%.
What if you bought stocks and ETFs to take advantage of China's agreement to buy more than $40 billion worth of U.S. agricultural products?
You still can!
A potential market of more than 1.4 billion people is reopening to American soybeans, wheat, meat, corn, cotton, and more. The release of pent-up demand could bring enormous profit opportunities.
Zacks' newest portfolio, Commodity Innovators, looks for innovations and the outsized profit opportunities they offer, such as:
It's especially important to know when to get in and when to get out.
Sounds pretty obvious but success in this fast-moving space takes hard work, constant monitoring, and sometimes quick reflexes.
The good thing about commodities is that you know very early when your trade is wrong.
Those losers will be cut quickly, and winners will also be watched carefully.
By applying Zacks Rank fundamentals, we gain an advantage for timing entries and exits.
Plus these unique tools give us confidence to ride certain trades for months and even years, targeting triple-digit gains.
Get in now and you can be first in line to see the portfolio's recommendations.
As a member of our exclusive group, you'll receive . . .
This service applies the timely predictive power of the Zacks Rank to buy and sell decisions. From January 1, 1988 to March 2, 2020 this proven system has more than doubled the S&P 500. The average gain has been +24.1% per year.
Maybe +24.1% per year doesn't sound thrilling, but let's suppose you had invested $10,000 in the S&P 500 in 1988. Rebalancing monthly and not counting fees, you would have more than $240,000 today.
But if you had put that same $10,000 into the Zacks Rank system, it could have compounded to more than $10.5 million dollars.
And there isn't 1 cent of further obligation.
Over the years, we have been able to make $1 arrangements like this because of Zacks' reputation for beating the market through bulls, bears, and sideways movements, too.
Member satisfaction is high and I believe you will want to continue with the service after 30 days. But that will be entirely up to you.
You will also gain access to real-time buys & sells from all our other portfolios through the time-honored Zacks Ultimate program.
In other words, during your 30-day Commodity Innovators trial you can also sample:
Just imagine the impact that having access to winners picked by our celebrated Zacks experts can have on your portfolio. Here are some of the top, recently closed position from our short-term trading portfolios¹:
And several recent examples from our long-term investing portfolios¹:
There's no obligation beyond $1, and you may cancel at any time.
Important: To maximize the benefits of this service, we must limit the number of members who have access to its buys and sells. The portfolio closes to new investors midnight Sunday, February 16.
Questions? Call toll-free at 1.888.775.8348 M-F, 10 am - 6 pm ET. Outside the U.S., 1.312.265.9309.
What happens after my 30-day Zacks Ultimate trial is over?
You'll be notified at least seven days before your trial ends. You can choose to:
Are there money-back guarantees?
You are backed with two assurances. The first is a Guarantee of Satisfaction. You may cancel up to 90 days after your $1 trial is over and if the service has not exceeded your expectations, then your money will be refunded - including the $1 you paid for the trial.
You will also be protected by a full-year, money-back Performance Guarantee. Details. That means if we don't help you beat the market, we'll refund your subscription.
What portfolios are included in Zacks Ultimate?
You gain real-time access to buys, sells, and market commentary from all of these private services:
Will following all Zacks portfolio recommendations be hard work or "too much information?"
Not at all - most members start by quickly scanning each of the portfolios, and then simply narrow them down to the one(s) that suit them best.
Also, each day you receive a summary email that spotlights intraday trades and key market commentary from the various services.
And if you have any questions or need any help sorting out which portfolios are best for you, just pick up the phone and talk to a real person who can give you the info you need.
Since 2011, tens of thousands have taken advantage of this 30-day see-all experience. Don't miss this opportunity to discover the impact that the Zacks Rank can have on your portfolio.
Remember, it only costs $1. And not 1 cent of further obligation.
So don't wait. I look forward to welcoming you to all Zacks has to offer, starting with our careful quest for exceptional profits in Zacks' new commodities portfolio.
Thank you and good investing,
Zacks Commodities Strategist
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