A brief digression in the name of another truth…
We want to suggest to you all – each and every one of you – that you take an hour out of your busy schedule to explore the findings of a woman called Natasha Campbell-McBride, a Russian born neurologist who’s based in Cambridge or Oxford, England, or some such.
Now, it’s not usually our place to comment on what you’re eating or to tell you how to cook the food you buy. We’re more interested in making you the money you need to do it however the hell you please.
But because the world’s in such a pitiful state, and because most of you and your children suffer from a variety of heinous afflictions that are perfectly avoidable and require a mere change in diet (yes, brother, diet!), we feel more than a passing compunction to offer you the following.
Are you sick and tired and fed up with being sick and tired…
The lady’s done her homework.
Dr. Campbell-McBride has found, among other things, that diet (yes, diet!) is capable of fixing a broad complex of medical and health issues from which we all suffer. That includes ADD, ADHD, autism, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, schizophrenia, various eating disorders, allergies, candida albacans, lactose intolerance, coeliac disease, eczema, the full spectrum of stomach disorders, including leaky gut syndrome, colitis and ileitis, depression, Alzheimer’s, thyroid issues, etc., etc.
Again, these are conditions that the good doctor has shown can be cured by altering your diet and getting back to a state of health that began to flee from us with the rise of packaged foods, antibiotics, and a host of other ‘helpful’ measures by governments and their all-too-intrusive agencies, bureaucracies and well-meaning ‘guidelines’-producers).
Not to worry, though. This is no limp-wristed, panty-waist vegetarian crap. In fact, Dr. Natasha goes to great lengths to discredit the entire vegetarian movement, which she shows to have been founded on a wealth of misunderstandings and a few, egregious oft-repeated lies.
On the contrary. This is all about meat and eggs and milk and cheese and all the good fats contained therein, along with properly prepared grains and vegetables, cultured foods and dairy.
In short, no one’s going to tell you to give up the butter.
Pile it on.
So long as it’s real butter.
The findings are astounding, all based on science, and lead to a veritable break from the slavery of constant, bothersome medical issues.
They detail a method of recovering from all of the above named conditions and getting yourself free of drugs and other equally harmful interventions simply by getting the right balance of bacteria in your gut.
The Stomach is the Key
In short, we believe it’s crucial that you invest a few minutes in this. If it’s even half the revelation it was for my wife and I, you’ll be proclaiming the advent of the messiah and falling on your knees to give thanks and praise to the Almighty worker of wonders, touting the redemptive qualities that come with your new-found freedom and your exodus from the bondage of ever-increasing dosages of Ritalin, Zoloft and stool softeners.
The book is called Gut and Psychology and Syndrome (GAPS), and it will absolutely change your life. But check it out on the net first. And don’t pay any heed to the naysayers. First hand experience (ours) testifies to its veracity.
This shiitake works.
Incidentally, your searches will also likely lead you to a site called The Weston A. Price Foundation. Read well everything you see there. Your life depends upon it!
Disclaimer: Wish it were otherwise, but we get absolutely no compensation of any sort for the above rant. It’s provided exclusively as a free public service to our readers.
Let Freedom Reign!
And let’s make some money.
We turn now to close a trade opened just three weeks ago in a letter called The Urban Banking Reversal. There, we wrote about an upcoming switch in fortunes between the financial sector and the consumer discretionaries, which until that time had had wildly disparate trajectories.
The discretionaries shone. The financials were stained.
But not for long, we wrote, and as of this writing, the reversal has been both abrupt and stark.
We traded Citigroup (NYSE:C) as our representative financial, and Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN) as our consumer discretionary, and here’s how they fared ever since.
Citigroup has outperformed her city-dwelling counterpart handily, and their respective options prices are showing it.
The original trade called on you to buy the Citigroup September 45 CALL for $1.95 and sell the Urban Outfitters September 35 CALL for the same price, for a net zero cost to initiate.
Today the C CALLs are trading for $2.82 and the URBNs for $1.55. Sell the former and buy back the latter and you come away with $1.27 on nothing down. Adjusted for minimal commissions, that’s a 747% take in just three weeks.
And that beats nickel roulette at Mamie’s under the boardwalk.
This Week at Mamie’s!
Our trade this week is pure technical analysis and is based on the NASDAQ 100 as the underlying.
To put it simply, we’re head-over-heels in love with the chart of that index, as represented by the PowerShares QQQ Trust (NASDAQ:QQQ).
And it looks like this –
Let’s run it down for you.
- To begin, both RSI and MACD (in green at bottom) have been constructive for six weeks, since MACD rose above its mid-way waterline and confirmed RSI’s bullish cross higher.
- At the same time, neither are too hot. We’ve got a ways to go before we hit RSI’s overbought 80 line.
- And though we’re waiting for a volume surge that brings us above the daily average (in black),
- All the moving averages will be unfurled and trending higher within the next 48 hours (red circle).
- That’s entirely bullish, and bodes well for the coming weeks, at least. Note that the last time this occurred was nearly six months ago, at the beginning of November (red arrow).
For these reasons, we’re recommending the following for your investing consideration:
This recommendation is for members only…
Our recommendations have yielded over 1,247.91% since 2011. Cancel any time – manage your own membership…
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Wall Street Elite recommends you consider buying the QQQ July 113 CALL for $2.26 and selling the QQQ July 108 PUT for $2.46. Total on the trade is $0.20.
With kind regards,
Hugh L. O’Haynew