Super Income System Ramp-Up!

Editor’s Note: As a Trade of the Day Plus member, you got exclusive access to our “Dark Ticker” launch event yesterday.

During the live event, Bryan revealed a new trading window – from 4 to 4:15 p.m. each day – that allows you to jump the line on the market’s move for the following day. The attendance and demand for this live broadcast were off the charts!

If you didn’t get a chance to attend, you can watch a replay here.

But please keep this link to yourself. (Go here to see why we want to keep it between us.)

– Ryan Fitzwater, Publisher

It’s been a busy week for Bryan and me, including live events, executive meetings and, best of all… register ringing!

We were properly positioned for these big market moves! So today, I am skipping our typical video update and going straight to the goods.

The rally over the past couple of days was directly related to expectations of inflation and interest rates going down.

For us, that means our Trade of the Day Plus Super Income System is just revving up.

We’ve been receiving dividends all year, which has reduced our basis and provided income.

But I expect we have not seen the last of the inflation and interest rate scares. More opportunities are in store for us – stay the course!

My initial recommendation was to buy the Super Income preferred stocks as long as the dividend yields were above 5.5%. I’m now raising that minimum yield to 6%, which is 150 basis points above the 10-year Treasury yield.

These preferred stocks’ dividends are “qualified” dividends, which means they’re taxed at lower rates than regular dividends. The stocks also offer significant capital gains potential.



If you haven’t already, make sure to read our Super Income Portfolio report and get positioned to profit off this unparalleled income opportunity.

P.S. For Trade of the Day Plus members only… If you missed our Dark Ticker Summit, make sure to catch the rebroadcast HERE.

Noteworthy Position Updates

  • EMX Royalty (EMX) – Our pharma royalty play has piqued analysts’ interest. Heiko Ihle, an analyst for H.C. Wainwright & Co., maintained his “Buy” rating on EMX today and raised his price target from $4.75 to $5.75. The shares are currently trading for $1.63, so it looks like we’ve got tons of room to move up on this pick!
  • PepsiCo (PEP) – The longtime competitor to Coca-Cola (KO) could finally be in position to overtake its rival for the first time since 2006. It recently reported that net revenue rose 6.7% year over year in Q3, and Jefferies analyst Kaumil Gajrawala predicted the share price will increase by 20% over the next year. Goldman Sachs and Cowen analysts have also rated the company a “Buy.”
  • RTX (RTX) – Today Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of RTX, was awarded a long-term TF33 engine sustainment contract by the Defense Logistics Agency. The contract is valued at up to $870 million. Under the terms of the contract, Pratt & Whitney will provide engine services for a global fleet of nearly 1,000 engines over a six-year period and will have an option to extend the agreement for another four years.
  • Nike (NKE) – The shoe company announced its board of directors will raise the cash dividend by 9% to $0.37 per share on January 2, 2024. The increase should ease investor concerns over higher material costs through Q4.