Milk Earnings Season with the Stock Market’s Most Lucrative Pattern

As hard as it is to believe, we’re already halfway through the year.

And come Monday, Alcoa (NYSE: AA) “unofficially” heads off second-quarter earnings season, which means that we could be looking at some instability in the markets – despite June’s strong jobs report.

Now pundits have mixed opinions of what to expect…. Some are calling for a “frightening” earnings season while others are expecting strong results.

Regardless of who ends up being right, we’re not immune to earnings “surprises” that could drive the markets higher or lower.

In the first quarter, for example, energy companies shocked the markets by beating their expected earnings by 28.7%. But even so, we saw the largest decline -56.6% – in the overall energy sector in the first quarter.

So today, I’m going to show you a classic pattern you can use to milk earnings this quarter… surprises and all.

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How to Rescue Profits from Volatile Markets

The U.S. jobs report for June just came out and shows the strongest month of hiring since last October – with 287,000 jobs being added. And although the unemployment rate ticked up to 4.9%, up 0.20% from May, the markets are soaring.

But there’s no telling whether this bounce in the markets will last…

The fact of the matter is, we’ve still got second-quarter earnings to prepare for, and investors are still uncertain of the after-effects from the Brexit vote. And that means the markets are more likely to react to news – good or bad – which could put your trades in jeopardy.

So timing your exits has never been more crucial.

When you get out of your trades too early, you could miss out on thousands in profits.

And when you get out too late, you risk the trade going against you, turning a winning trade into a loser.

Whether it’s the jobs report, GDP numbers, the Chinese markets, the price of oil, or anything else making headlines – I want to make sure you don’t lose your money in volatile markets.

So today, I’m going to show you the only two numbers you’ll ever need to know to confidently (and profitably) make your exits.

Let’s get started…

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