When I first founded Weiss Research back in 1971, my vision was to provide investors like you the most reliable advice on where and how to invest your wealth in any market imaginable — booms, busts, recessions, or depressions. Even in a world gone mad.
And, unfortunately, a world gone mad is precisely what we have today: A Dow that bows to China’s stock market crashes. A government baffled by the whims of ISIS terrorists. Big oil stocks beaten to a pulp by Saudi Arabia and the worst price collapse of the century.
As a result, we have …
A stock market that ended the year flat-lined; stock volatility that makes your head spin; and stock market dangers that keep you up at night. Truly frightening times.
But my team and I have found an alternative: CURRENCIES, the most liquid market on the planet and a wonderful opportunity to truly diversify to a world that’s far removed from stocks.
Moreover, we have found two of the world’s most successful currency experts to help guide you.
I am pleased to announce the two newest members of the Money and Markets team: Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg.
You may recognize Boris and Kathy from CNBC’s Squawk Box, among other programs. They are two of Wall Street’s leading experts on global currency trading, or Forex.
Forex markets are open 24 hours a day, 6 days a week, all around the world. That means there’s almost always a market open, and profits to be made; both in the short and long term.
In fact, currency trading can be the ultimate investment vehicle in a world gone mad.
Here’s the key: For stocks, major trends like a global downturn or the spread of terrorists are fundamentally bad.
But for currencies, there’s really no such thing as “good” or “bad.” Any global event — whether tremendously beneficial or horribly catastrophic — is simply and purely a market force that invariably makes some currencies go up and others go down; that generates trends and profit opportunities.
You could see a great bear market in stocks. You could see ISIS reaching its tentacles around the world. You could see the splintering of the European Union or the utter collapse of the energy sector.
All of these events would be shocks to average investors. But none of them affects, by one iota, the profit opportunities in currencies.
One reason is simply that currencies always trade in pairs. Every currency is invariably measured against another currency. Like opposite sides of the same see-saw, when one goes down, the other must go up.
In that sense, currencies are unique — in a world of their own.
Currencies are the only investment vehicles that continually offer profit opportunities regardless of anything else that might be happening in the world.
Moreover, market volatility — including all the frightening things we see in today’s headlines — is always GOOD for currencies.
In fact, that volatility ensures that the value of currencies will rise and fall against each other and that those moves can be enormously profitable.
It helps ensure that there will almost ALWAYS be a strong bull market in currencies, even when stock and bond markets are falling, even if we see another crisis like 2008-2009, when nearly everything (except some major currencies) fell in value.
For currencies, Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg are, in my view, the best. They are the Managing Partners of Wall Street’s BK Asset Management. In 2015, they won 93 out of 114 Forex trades, an unparalleled 81.6% success rate.
We’re delighted to have them on board, and their credentials truly speak for themselves:
Kathy Lien is a leading currency expert with more than 15 years of Forex market experience. Frequently called a trading prodigy, Ms. Lien graduated NYU Stern School of Business at just 18 and immediately started working on the Forex desk at JPMorgan.
She started the #1 Forex news site, DailyFX.com. She’s now a regular contributor to CNBC’s Squawk Box. And she was formerly a host of CNBC’s Forex show, Money in Motion.
Her internationally-published bestselling book, Day Trading and Swing Trading the Currency Market is now in its third edition. And her extensive experience in developing trading strategies using cross-market analysis has earned her worldwide recognition.
Kathy has taught Forex to thousands of traders and is invited to Asia and Europe multiple times a year to conduct beginner and advanced workshops.
Boris Schlossberg is a weekly contributor to CNBC’s Squawk Box plus a regular commentator for CNBC Asia and CNBC Europe.
His daily currency research is quoted by Reuters, Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Agence France-Presse newswires and appears in numerous business publications and newspapers worldwide.
He has written for SFO Magazine, Active Trader and Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities.
Plus, he is the author of Technical Analysis of the Currency Market and Millionaire Traders: How Everyday People Beat Wall Street at its Own Game, published by John Wiley & Sons.
Boris’ extensive experience in trading and developing trading techniques provide the foundation for BKForex’s strategies.
I think of them as two beacons in a world gone mad.
In the coming days, the Money and Markets team and I will be discussing all of the profit opportunities available in Forex trading, and why now is the optimal time to begin. So be sure to check your inbox tomorrow, for a special message from Boris and Kathy. It could prove to be the most important thing you read all year.
Good luck and God bless!