As Soon As You See This Headline, Sell Every Stock You Own

If you’re an investor, there’s an important date coming up. You’ve probably read about it, but everything you’ve read is wrong – including what the actual date is!

I’m talking about the coming debt ceiling drop dead date, which Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says is September 29.  Mnuchin also says that, unless Congress acts on that day, the government will run out of money. At the same time, the government will have lost its ability to borrow money from the public to finance its ongoing deficits.   

As I have reported in my Wall Street Examiner Pro Trader Federal Revenues report, the Treasury appears to have enough cash to last until mid-October, not September 29, as Mnuchin is threatening. There is some uncertainty however, due to a large military pension fund payment that is legally required on October 2.

And on that date you’ll see one headline that will be your signal to sell – fast.

In this column I’ll show you exactly what is going to happen and when.  I’ll also show why the analysts are completely wrong about the market’s direction.  As we get closer to the real drop dead day I’ll show you how to position your portfolio for maximum profit during the crisis using my exclusive LAMPP indicator.

And on that date you’ll see one headline that will be your signal to sell – fast.

First, here’s what’s really happening (if you ignore the hype)…


Foreign Banks’ Have a Greater Impact on This Bull Market Than You May Think

The Fed and the US Treasury are the 800 pound gorillas of the US stock and bond markets. Their actions have largely determined the direction of the markets for the past 15 years. 

That’s why I developed the LAMPP indicator to track their combined impact, and why it has worked so well. I expect it to continue to do so far into the future. It behooves us to pay attention to its message from week to week.

At times when the LAMPP is yellow, some of the dozens of other market liquidity indicators that I track may help us to understand whether to stop or go.

When the Fed is not controlling the market, something else is – and it’s probably not what you’re being told.

Here’s how to understand the impact of foreign banks, and what it means for you…