Tax benefits and trading

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Hey, Anthony here:

April 15 is right around the corner.

While it certainly isn't glamorous or exciting, it's important to understand the tax structures around your trading profits…

So you can keep as much of your hard-earned gains as possible.

Personally, I prefer one specific trading instrument…

Because it provides some outstanding tax benefits.

I broke it all down in a short 5-minute video — click here to check it out. 

What's Next for Banks — and How can You Profit from the Chaos?

The run on Silicon Valley Bank and its subsequent seizure is due to the bank having too much exposure in fixed rate products back when the Fed funds rate was under 1%...

And my colleague Steven Place saw this risk coming.

In fact, he alerted his readers to the SVB breakdown 24 hours before the bank was seized.

But he says this could only be the beginning of a brand new banking crisis…

And those who are caught unprepared could be in for a painful journey ahead.

Steven hosted an urgent live meeting a few days ago to discuss steps you can take right now to help protect your money from our failing bank system…

And even profit through the chaos.

If you missed it, don't worry —  you can watch the official replay right here. 

Anthony S.
Energy Expert at Big Energy Profits


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