Retails makes up about 75% of the U.S. GDP. So as retail goes, so does the economy.
And today we got a troubling sign from a leader in the space, Target. It just released earnings and well… I wasn’t impressed.
If sales for a massive company like Target are slowing down, there’s a decent chance that other retailers will soon disappoint as well.
That could be very bad news for the economy.
In today’s video I’m also discussing:
*Other concerning earnings numbers I’m seeing.
*What’s next for blue-chips?
*A disturbing trend I’m tracking.
*Why I’d avoid these big-name stocks.
*Are these explosive stocks ready for a new move higher?
P.S. Tomorrow I’ll be revealing the details of the only system in the world — as far as I know — that can literally double your portfolio in less than a year without trading options.
It’s called Cyborg — and it only trades the market’s most explosive stocks.
These stocks are often overlooked or avoided by individual investors. But that’s a mistake… they’re dirt cheap right now and many of them are growing earnings by triple-digits year-over-year.
This is the solution to trading a market that is mostly overbought with deteriorating fundamentals.