Investment Advice

As an investor, it all comes down to this: Who do you trust to give you investment advice you can count on and profit from? Do you trust reporters and journalists who are telling you what happened yesterday? Do you trust stockbrokers who make their money when you buy stocks they recommend? Investment advice today needs to unbiased and independent. You should only pay for the investment advice you use and you shouldn’t buy that advice from someone who makes money off your trades. That’s what Profit Confidential is all about. Daily, we reach hundreds of thousands of investors providing them with unbiased investment advice from a stable of financial gurus with proven track records. Together, our editors have over one hundred years of investing experience…providing investment advice and analysis our readers have come to count on day after day.

Over the years, we have provided our readers with solid, money-making ideas.

For example, back in 2002, Profit Confidential began warning readers to get back into gold investments. This gold investment guidance and analysis proved to be extremely timely. Gold bullion was trading under $300.00 an ounce when we first started recommending it. Profit Confidential has also been ahead of the investing curve, successfully advising readers when certain sectors were on a downtrend.


Simply put, there is no support or interest in buying oil at this time, and that means oil prices could realistically hit $40.00 a barrel. Oil prices that low could cripple the global economy. Let me explain... The Decline in…

The Shanghai Composite Index (SCI) has been rallying and is up 9.3% this year as of Thursday, which is ahead of the Dow Jones Industrial and just below the S&P 500. However, playing the Chinese capital markets involves excessive political…

The fact that consumer spending has not tanked in spite of unemployment being at over nine percent and expected to stay around this level through 2012, and continued weakness in housing is encouraging. When consumers are cautious, they tend to…

We have a likely debt default in Greece, pegged at a whopping 98%. Ireland and Portugal continue to struggle with muted growth and massive debt. Spain may be needing help. Bond yields are rapidly increasing in Europe in line with…

I must admit the fact that consumers continue to spend despite any strong or sustained job growth and continued weakness in housing is encouraging. With consumer spending accounting for two-thirds of GDP, retail sales will eventually be stronger when the…

This is not a market for the risk-adverse. Watching the key stock indices plummet over 10% in less than a week is scary and nerve-wracking. But the world is not ending. That I can say. My best investment advice at…

— reporting from Modena, Italy I’m in Modena today, home of the iconic “Ferrari” brand. My mind is wandering quickly…thinking about Europe and America. Invariably, I wander off to government austerity measures. I apologize in advance to my readers if…

Consumer spending drives the economy and gross domestic product (GDP) growth, accounting for about 70% of GDP in the U.S. The retail sector has been rebounding in spite of the lack of jobs and the declining home prices. The S&P…

On July 19 and 21, the key stock indices surged towards their respective multi-year highs. The key stock indices have shown some resilience after battling back from being down nearly 10% this year to the point where the S&P 500…

Since the financial crisis, the global equity markets have shown a solid turnaround before witnessing some sort of risk aversion during 2011, as the European problems continued to worsen. Asian equities have been the worst-performing markets year to date, whileU.S.markets…

The current market bias is positive, but there’s some concern about the chart. The S&P 500 breached its 50-day moving average (MA) on Monday before rallying, but has failed to mount any sustainable rebound, currently stuck around its 50-day MA.…

We are at the mid-point of the year. The year started with a bang, but reversed course in May and early June, with stocks trending down on rising global risk. At the mid-year, the key indices are up between four…

So far, even without strong job growth and with continued weakness in housing, consumers continue to spend, which is helping to drive the economic renewal, albeit sluggishly. This is positive and clearly encouraging once the jobs and housing areas improve.…

A month ago, I expressed my concerns with the S&P chart and thought stocks were set for additional weakness. My investment advice was to be careful and not to chase stocks. Even after the one-day surge last Tuesday, I thought…

Stocks surged on June 14 after the release of the May Retail Sales reading. The buying on the news would make you think it was a strong reading; but, in reality, the headline number fell 0.2% in May. Investors apparently…