How Can We Find Profits? Simple: Just 'Play the Trump'

by Andrew Zatlin

Ever heard of playing a trump card? It's a tactic used to gain a surprise advantage.

As it happens, I use a similar strategy to identify profitable investment opportunities the mainstream media isn't talking about.

I call it "Playing the Trump." Here's how it works...

For a transcript of this video, see below. This transcript has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

How Can We Find Profits? Simple: Just 'Play the Trump'

As president, Donald Trump faced a ton of backlash. (No surprise there, right?)

But if you looked past the headlines and social media posts – if you asked yourself why he was facing this opposition – you'd start to uncover the real story.

You see, whenever Trump battled criticism for sticking his nose into a certain sector or trend, it signaled to me that he was messing around with big money interests – investment opportunities the big guys don't want us to know about.

As a result, I learned to keep an eye on where Trump was making waves, then identify specific opportunities to make money.

It's a strategy I call "Playing the Trump." Let me explain how it can help you...

Big Business

When Trump removed the U.S. from the Paris Accords, he faced intense criticism. He decided he didn't want America to pay $100 billion a year as part of the agreement.

In the aftermath, Trump was vilified as being against climate change, when in truth, he was simply interfering with big business.

Another area where he faced mass hysteria is a topic you might be surprised to learn offers lucrative investment opportunities.

I'm talking about the issue of immigration. Let's set the stage...

Trump Gets Tough

When Trump became president, immigration across the southern U.S. border was a big problem.

Wave upon wave of undocumented workers were coming across the border. In 2012, 700,000 of these workers migrated into the U.S. By 2015, the figure was more than a million.

When Trump took over, he asked a basic question: Why are we paying two million people who are unemployed not to work, while also bringing in two million people to work? That doesn't make sense.

So he put his foot down. And eventually, a tougher stance on immigration led to higher wages for workers and lower unemployment across the board.

You're forgiven for not hearing about those results in the wake of Trump's tougher immigration stance. The media went wild with images of kids in cages and stories about migrants being "political asylum seekers" and "dreamers."

The thing is, there's a side to this whole issue you're also probably not aware of...

Big Tech Relies on Immigrants

You see, America brings in plenty of unskilled laborers, those who end up working in sectors like agriculture, hospitality, and food service.

But it also brings in skilled laborers, many of whom wind up working in high tech.

Before Trump made his moves, the U.S. was bringing in more than half a million immigrants a year under what are called H-1B visas. (These allow U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. In other words, these are skilled workers.)

And a lot of these workers wound up at tech giants like Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL), Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), and Facebook parent Meta Platforms (META). Essentially, big tech was bringing in hundreds of thousands of these workers who, by the way, would work for significantly less than U.S. workers.

This was a cost-saving measure for these companies. It wasn't about helping immigrants achieve their dreams. It was all about their bottom lines.

But then, Trump got involved...

Big Tech Goes Crazy

Not only did he crack down on unskilled laborers immigrating, but he also reduced skilled laborers, too. And guess what? Big tech went crazy!

Trump eliminated almost 40% of these companies' source of cheap labor. And as a result, this sector completely turned against him.

So, what's the investment opportunity here? Let's take a look...

Play the Trump

With Joe Biden in office, the situation has reversed. Cheap software programmers are back on the menu.

With that in mind, look at companies that specialize in providing these skilled workers. Additionally, look at companies that outsource talent for the Googles and Facebooks of the world.

This is a perfect instance of how "Playing the Trump" can help us identify potential investment opportunities.

I'm sharing a specific opportunity – a company whose stock has the potential to triple in the next two years – but only with Moneyball "Pro" subscribers. So don't miss out!

In the meantime, we're in it to win it. Zatlin out.

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