Did You Grab These Gains?

| November 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

Right now I’m thinking more about Thanksgiving than the markets.  I love the Thanksgiving holiday.  My family always hosts a big gathering.

Last year my family, extended family, and friends numbered 38 people for the big feast.  This year it’s going to be more of the same.

So many people attend we have tables everywhere.  Some people sit in the kitchen, others in the dining room, more out on the back patio.  Some even sit out in the yard!  Kids are always running around amped-up on sugar.

The mouthwatering aroma of turkey and pumpkin pie permeates the house.  My aunts, uncles, and cousins scurry around putting giant bowls of grandma’s mashed potatoes, stuffing, and green bean casserole on the tables.

Dad carves the three turkeys.  Mom makes gravy by the bucket full.  And, Grandpa fixes the drinks (he likes ‘em strong)… Bloody Marys all around!

My mouth is watering just thinking about it… I love Thanksgiving.

This year, however, I’ll miss most of the excitement… Linda and I are going to Big Bear to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family.  We’ll be staying at a beautiful cabin in the woods.

I can’t wait to experience her family traditions!

Regardless of where you celebrate this great holiday, remember to spend some quality time with your loved ones.  This event is all about giving thanks for everything we have.

Speaking of giving thanks, I have some great news!

In our Commodity ETF Alert (CEA) service, we’ve had a number of very successful trades.  And that’s something we can all give thanks for!

As you may know, the CEA focuses on raking in big gains trading commodity ETFs.  We’re able to capture big moves in commodities without all the risks you’d normally take trading futures.

We’ve had a fairly consistent theme for the last few months.  I’ve been beating the inflation drum pretty relentlessly… and it’s starting to pay off.

Now I’m finally vindicated… just a few days ago, the Labor Department announced CPI numbers for the month of October.  Needless to say, the news was great (or not so good depending on your point of view).  Both the CPI and the core CPI moved much higher than expected.

CPI stands for Consumer Price Index.  It’s a measure of the cost of living. It’s essentially the change in price of a basket of goods.

What’s the recent announcement mean?

Can anyone say INFLATION!

That’s right, inflation.  Higher prices in the CPI mean people are paying more for the goods they’re using.  This year’s Thanksgiving feast is going to cost everyone more money.  And it’s not good for most people.

But for savvy investors, it gives us a great opportunity to profit.

See, with inflation taking hold, there is one sure fire way to profit… buy hard assets.  Things like Gold, Silver and other commodities are perfect examples.  As inflation starts growing, hard assets usually jump in value.

I’ve been warning about inflation for months in my CEA service… are you prepared?

Right now, the inflation numbers we’re seeing are small.  What’s starting to take hold is the fear of bigger inflation down the road.  Remember, we can profit from inflation without big inflation numbers.

We’re seeing it now.  The rumors of rising inflation are driving our investments higher.  Investors are gossiping like a bunch of school girls… I don’t think rumors of inflation will die down any time soon.  I only see them getting worse.

Commodity prices are already moving significantly higher.  As a matter of fact, in just the last few days, five of our six open positions in the CEA service hit new highs.

Despite a choppy equity market, our trades are making money!  This is a perfect example of why it’s important to own some commodity ETFs in your portfolio.

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