Sjuggerud: What will a Donald Trump presidency mean for your money?

From Justin Brill, Editor, Stansberry Digest:

It’s the single most important question in the financial world right now…

What will a Donald Trump presidency mean for your money?

Will Trump be able to carry out the sweeping policy changes he has promised, like cutting taxes, eliminating “red tape,” and renegotiating trade agreements?

Will these policies lead to strong economic growth for the first time in years… or even set off an economic “boom,” as some folks – including brilliant hedge-fund manager Ray Dalio – now predict?

And perhaps most important for Digest readers, will the “Trump Trade” continue? Will stocks, the U.S. dollar, and interest rates continue even higher… while bonds and precious metals fall farther?

Our colleague Steve Sjuggerud – editor of True Wealth – says he has the answers…

And some of them are sure to surprise you.

But before we talk about Steve’s investment outlook for the next few years, we’d like to take a moment to talk about Steve himself…

If you haven’t been with us for long, you may not know just how incredible Steve’s long-term track record has been…

Steve warned readers to get out of tech stocks in 1999. He thought they were far too expensive and far too popular to safely own any longer. As longtime investors know, the Internet bubble collapsed the next year.

Instead of recommending falling tech stocks in 2001 – like many analysts were still doing – Steve urged his subscribers to buy cheap real estate stocks. Of course, as we all know by now, real estate soared in value over the next several years.

From 2003 to 2005, Steve practically begged readers to buy gold and gold stocks. Again, gold soared hundreds of percent in the following years. One of Steve’s recommended gold stocks – Seabridge Gold (SA) – soared 995%… turning every $10,000 invested into nearly $110,000. It’s the top-performing recommendation in Stansberry Research history.

Around the same time, Steve also predicted China’s growing economy would drive the prices of industrial commodities much higher. He was exactly right… And the prices of many commodities like copper and crude oil went on to hit all-time highs.

More recently – following the 2008 financial crisis – Steve turned incredibly bullish on U.S. stocks…

In March 2009, Steve’s advice to readers was as clear as could be: “You want to own stocks, right now.” In fact, Steve was so bullish, for the first time in his career, he personally borrowed money to buy stocks.

And for the past seven years, no one has called the bull market better.

Time and again over the years, Steve told his subscribers to stay long… don’t panic… higher stock prices were likely. Even early this year, when stocks were plunging and it looked like the bull market had ended, Steve remained cautiously bullish and said new highs were likely in the coming months.

Again, he was exactly right. We can’t think of another analyst who has been as “spot on” about stocks since the bull market began.

We could list a dozen other “big picture” trends Steve has called correctly over the years…

Simply put, nobody is better than Steve at scanning the entire market – stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities, currencies, and more – and finding huge opportunities.

One of Steve’s “secrets” is that he looks at markets differently than most folks. As longtime subscribers know, he likes to sum up this approach with a simple mantra: “Cheap, hated, and in an uptrend.”

Steve first looks for cheap assets that are out of favor with investors. By definition, these are assets with incredible upside potential. But Steve also requires evidence that prices have bottomed and are moving higher. This ensures investors aren’t trying to catch a “falling knife” or sitting on “dead money” for years.

Steve reverses these criteria when deciding when to sell – or even short – an asset. He looks for assets that are expensive, “overly loved” by investors, and trending lower.

This approach is not only unique, it’s also incredibly effective…

It allows Steve to recommend “off the radar” investments and asset classes that would traditionally be considered too risky for everyday folks… yet to do so in a way that’s safe enough for even the most conservative investor.

Steve’s True Wealth recommendations have achieved close to 15% average annualized returns over the past 10 years. That is a fantastic result. (To put it in perspective, the benchmark S&P 500 Index has averaged 4.5% annualized returns over the same period.) And it is even more remarkable when you consider he is taking far less risk than the average investor… and charging just pennies a day for his service.

Which brings us to today…

As we mentioned, no one has been more bullish – or more correct – about the ongoing bull market in stocks than Steve.

So you may be interested to learn he recently updated his investment “script” following Donald Trump’s election-night victory last month.

In his latest issue of True Wealth – just published last Friday – Steve laid out a “blueprint” detailing what he expects for stocks and other assets in 2017 and beyond.

Because he knows many folks are trying to make sense of today’s uncertain markets, Steve agreed to sit down for a brief interview to share his outlook – including his latest thoughts on stocks, interest rates, gold, and more – with all interested Stansberry Research readers, free of charge.

You can view it for yourself right here.

Of course, out of fairness to Steve’s paid subscribers, we can’t share his specific investment recommendations here today…

But you can get instant access to Steve’s full “2017 Blueprint” with a 100% risk-free trial to True Wealth.

What does it cost to receive financial research that allows you to conservatively make almost 15% a year… and that lays out a detailed investment blueprint for the upcoming year?

Financial advisers will charge you tens of thousands of dollars… even hundreds of thousands of dollars to manage your money.

Hedge funds will charge you at least 2% annually, and take at least 20% of your profits. For high-net-worth individuals, these fees can easily exceed $1 million a year.

True Wealth – Steve’s advisory with an extraordinary track record of nailing big trends –normally sells for just $199 a year.

That’s less than $4 a week. You likely spent more than that on lunch today. But if you try True Wealth today, you won’t even pay that…

Right now you can try Steve’s True Wealth advisory for just $99… HALF OFF the usual cost. And we’ll give you a full 30 days to decide if it’s for you. If you’re not completely happy, let us know and we’ll issue a full refund for every penny. Click here for all the details.


Justin Brill

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