You’ve surely seen the headlines recently…
Stock market crash…
Everything’s going to hell in a handbasket, they say.
Well, I’m here to tell you to turn off the news.
Stop listening to the talking heads.
They don’t have your best interests at heart.
In fact, it’s hard to find anyone these days who truly cares about your well-being.
Wall Street fat cats?
Not a chance.
They just use their position and knowledge to profit off the retail investor.
The political elite?
They’re hoarding the money and the power, using their inside knowledge to profit off hardworking Americans.
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Many of them take money from small companies in order to promote their junk stocks and then sell them to you for a profit.
But today, I want to show you a way to take the power back.
I’ll even prove that there’s always a bull market somewhere, despite the headline news telling you otherwise.
You see, while the vast majority of today’s power and wealth is being hoarded by a small group of political and corporate elites…
You and I — and many others like us — have the ability to fight back and reclaim our fair share.
And not by taking to arms or protesting in the streets but by beating the elites at their own game…
I’m talking about taking your own chunk out of the top 1% of the top 1%… the ultimate “insiders” of the world.
These people use their vast connections and political resources to game the system…
While the rest of the world sweats and toils for the scraps.
But we don’t have to play by their set of broken rules.
And we don’t settle for the scraps.
We’re not sheep content in the everyday routine…
We're more like wolves, hungry enough to take back what’s ours.
Yet we don’t fit the mold of what most people think of as “anti-establishment.”
We aren’t protesting in the streets or making a fuss about capitalism and politicians on social media.
We embrace the system as it is in order to quietly beat the insiders at their own game.
This is how we beat the system…
This is how we win financially…
But you may be wondering why you should listen to me in the first place.
You see, I’m a bit of an insider myself, but it’s not what you think.
Doing a bit of genealogy research revealed something about my family.
A relative of mine helped found the New York Stock Exchange.
Here’s the story…
On May 17, 1792, 24 stockbrokers and merchants gathered under a buttonwood tree outside 68 Wall Street to sign the Buttonwood Agreement, a document that would set the foundation for the New York Stock Exchange. Revered as one of the most influential financial documents in history, the Buttonwood Agreement sought to stabilize the securities market after the Panic of 1792. The agreement proposed the creation of a system in which brokers and merchants would trade only with each other and for a set commission per transaction. The contents of the document are short but sweet:
We the Subscribers, Brokers for the Purchase and Sale of Public Stock, do hereby solemnly promise and pledge ourselves to each other, that we will not buy or sell from this day for any person whatsoever, any kind of Public Stock, at a less rate than one-quarter percent Commission on the Specie value and that we will give preference to each other in our Negotiations. In Testimony whereof we have set our hands this 17th day of May at New York, 1792.
Of the 24 signers, one name stands out for me: Bleecker, my grandmother’s maiden name. Two Bleeckers spilled their ink on the Buttonwood Agreement.
My grandmother was the last Bleecker in her line, but my uncle, who calls himself an amateur genealogist — he’s being modest — has done a lot of research on this, so here’s what we know.
Anthony Lispenard Bleecker, the namesake for Bleecker Street that runs through Greenwich Village in Manhattan, was a prominent banker, merchant, and vestryman at Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan. He owned a 106-acre farm where Bleecker Street is today and a house on Broadway. His brother and son were signers of the Buttonwood Agreement — and that makes Anthony Lispenard Bleecker my fourth great-great-grandfather.
But I decided not to join the ranks of Wall Street because of the rampant corruption.
I don’t have a finance degree.
I didn’t graduate from a corrupt Ivy League school.
I ain’t no senator’s son.
I’m not beholden to anyone but myself.
Instead, I gather information from the outside looking in.
I’ve rubbed elbows with top investment experts, including former Chicago Board Options Exchange floor traders, Wall Street hedge fund managers, and International Monetary Fund analysts.
I’m passionate about helping others succeed and will guide you through the convoluted world of the mainstream media and so-called investment analysis.
I spend all day every day looking at what the insiders on Wall Street are buying to uncover the biggest market trends before the retail investors jump on board.
Some recent winners include…
- The electric plane revolution
- The psychedelic medicine revival
- Sustainable crypto miners
- And much more…
You see, by following me and my missives here at Wealth Daily, you get the first-mover advantage.
It also means you get a big leg up over the average investor…
By following the money moves of corporate insiders, hedge funds, and politicians, you get a bird’s-eye view of the inner workings of the stock market.
As soon as the smart money makes a move, we know all about it and can get in well ahead of the average investor.
If you’re sick of the corporate insiders, Wall Street hedge funds, and politicians gaming the system from the start… and making it nearly impossible for the little guy to make a living…
Then you’ve come to the right place.
Every year, these insiders make billions of dollars off the backs of hardworking Americans and think they can get away with it… but I know how to follow the paper trail and expose their every move.
Stay frosty, Alexander Boulden After Alexander’s passion for economics and investing drew him to one of the largest financial publishers in the world, where he rubbed elbows with former Chicago Board Options Exchange floor traders, Wall Street hedge fund managers, and International Monetary Fund analysts, he decided to take up the pen and guide others through this new age of investing. Alexander is the investment director of Insider Stakeout — a weekly investment advisory service dedicated to tracking the smartest money on the planet so that his readers can achieve life-altering, market-beating returns.
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