Over the past 12 months, I’ve made some big calls…
In February 2019, I told you Crypto Winter was thawing. Since then, bitcoin has topped $13,000. And despite its pullback, it’s up more than 146% since then.
In July 2019, I told you it was time to get into private markets. And according to research firm PitchBook, private equity fundraising in the U.S. hit an all-time high of $301.3 billion in 2019 – a year-over-year increase of 52.3%.
In December 2019, I told you insiders were piling into the cannabis space. Since December 30, the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (MJ) – which tracks 37 cannabis companies – is up nearly 13%. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 is up only 3%.
All of these calls were unpopular at the time. While I was beating the drum on cryptos, private markets, and cannabis… Wall Street was pushing the panic button.
But being the guy with the least popular idea is usually a sign I’m on the right track. It’s a price I’m willing to pay in the pursuit of spectacular returns.
Today, I want to tell you about another call I made in August 2019 that’s flown under the radar. But subscribers who followed me on a similar situation had the chance to make gains like 266% and 140% in only 21 days.
An Unloved Market
So what was the unheralded call I made in August 2019?
It wasn’t a sexy prediction like my call for a rally in cryptos and cannabis. And it wasn’t a crazy prediction like my call that a multitrillion-dollar pool of private equity would finally open up to Main Street.
Instead, I said it was time to buy the British market.
It was a boring prediction. So that’s probably why it went unnoticed.
But here’s why I made it: In August 2019, Britain was in the throes of Brexit.
The British market is getting no love from investors. As you may recall, Brits initially voted to leave the European Union on June 23, 2016. The media called the decision Brexit. And the markets panicked.
Here’s the thing… I believe this is a typical market overreaction. While most mainstream pundits are stoking fears about the breakup, foreign firms have been quietly buying up British companies.
And I was right. Brexit led to a buying frenzy…
Two years after the vote, Bloomberg reported a 60% increase in acquisition of British companies by foreign companies.
So while the media were saying Brexit was the end… some of the smartest money in the world pumped $232 billion into acquiring 475 British companies.
The media completely ignored this wave of buying… And worst of all, they’re still sounding the alarm on Britain.
How to Profit From Brexit 2.0
After winning a landslide election last month, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed through a hard January 31 Brexit deadline.
And this time, there’s no turning back…
I expect Wall Street to overreact again – and hand us another chance to buy British companies at bargain basement prices.
In fact, we could see another round of sell-offs in British stocks like we did in June 2016… when the British pound crashed about 10% against the U.S. dollar.
Under a scenario like that, certain high-quality stocks could quickly lose 40%, 50%, or even 60% in price. And investors who buy cheap will have a chance to cash in when these firms receive buyout offers.
In my elite Alpha Edge trading service, we’re using a little-known strategy to capture huge gains from this coming turmoil.
It’s the same strategy we used the last time we uncovered a similar situation in July 2019. Back then, Alpha Edge subscribers made gains of 266% and 140% in only 21 days.
I’ve put together a time-sensitive briefing to discuss it. But you must act fast. By January 31, this opportunity could be gone for good.
If you aren’t a member yet, keep an eye on the iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF (EWU) – which is up nearly 14% since I recommended it in August 2019.
It consists of stocks trading primarily on the London Stock Exchange. And it’ll give you broad exposure to a U.K. rebound.
Let the Game Come to You!
Editor, Palm Beach Daily
P.S. As I said above, this is a time-sensitive investment opportunity surrounding Brexit. That’s why I released this special briefing.
You can access a private viewing of this briefing right here… Please watch it now, because you may never get a second chance at this.