BIG Changes to Your Subscription

If you read yesterday’s Rude, you know that there are some exciting changes in store for you.

I’ve been writing this letter for nearly eight years now. Nothing has escaped my watchful eye. And every morning you’ve had a chance to read my thoughts on whatever’s making the markets buzz.

Now, I’m excited to share with you some big news.

Starting tomorrow, Kenny Polcari, a veteran member of the New York Stock Exchange, will take over The Rude Awakening with his daily newsletter: Morning Thoughts.

Kenny is a CNBC exclusive contributor appearing on shows like The Halftime Report, Power Lunch, and Closing Bell. His market commentary has reached audiences across the nation on media outlets such as Bloomberg, Fox, ABC, and more.

Kenny’s been working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange since 1980, when he started as an intern. In his time at the exchange, he witnessed world-changing market events — from the great bull market of the mid-80’s to the “Black Monday” crash of ’87. He was even on the floor on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

Kenny’s a straight shooter. His market takes are some of the best I know. Whether it be trade wars, the Fed or the global markets — Kenny has you covered.

To top it all off, Kenny ends every issue with a recipe to represent the mood of the markets (an added bonus for you foodies out there).

Be sure to keep an eye on your inbox tomorrow morning. And don’t forget to whitelist to make sure the issues hit your inbox.

Now, you may be wondering what is going to happen to the Rude.

I’ll still be writing the Rude Awakening PRO, delivering my analysis of the markets every day — plus, the bonus of tracked portfolio picks with actionable buy and sell alerts.

In fact, we’re making some big changes to Rude PRO, too. With added strategies to maximize your trading opportunities, it will be unlike anything we’ve ever offered before.

Once we add these features, we will have no choice but to offer Rude PRO at a much higher rate.

As a loyal Rude reader, I want to give you the chance to upgrade to Rude PRO at one of the lowest rates we’ve ever offered — $249 for a lifetime subscription.

To put that into context, we’ll soon be offering Rude PRO for $2,000 a year.

To receive Rude PRO at this low rate before we hike up the price, click here now.

Thanks for being a loyal reader to The Rude Awakening.

Finally, I have one last market update.

I’ve noticed that many breakouts aren’t sticking as we enter the last quiet week before earnings announcements take over the financial news.

In environments like these, patience pays dividends. The last thing you want is to get whipsawed out of a bunch of new trades. While I think the market is ultimately setting up for higher prices within the next couple weeks, anything can happen. Plus, we have the added difficulty of headline risk with ongoing trade war talks taking place this week.

The market pitches a fit when the rumor mill is cranking out new headlines every five minutes. Even if trade talks go nowhere this week (which seems like a reasonable assumption), we might temporarily break from the news cycle with a little clarity.

Good luck — trade ‘em well!

Again, if you want to receive Rude PRO for one of the lowest rates we’ve offered (and for the very last time before we hike up the price) click here now.


Greg Guenthner

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Stocks got clobbered yesterday… the Dow began the day weaker as forecast by early morning futures… opening lower by about 300 pts – but then couldn’t find its footing… it continued to get weaker as 9:30 turned to 10 and 10 turned to 11 falling 1000 pts by 1:30 pm… before ‘recovering’ – and it wasn’t really that much of a recovery as the Dow ended the day down 650 pts or 2.3%.

Greg Guenthner

Greg Guenthner, CMT, is the editor of Opening Bell Fortunes and Seven Figure Signals. He has been with Agora Financial/Seven Figure Publishing since 2005. In 2019, the average position in Greg’s Sunrise Fortunes portfolio outperformed the S&P 500 by 1.65x.

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