Month: March 2020

Three Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor in a Bear Market

Just last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq Composite had undergone a peak-to-valley pullback of 30% since mid-February. That’s nearly a third off the highs from only 30 trading days ago.

And it’s a fast drop that’s affecting just about everyone’s bank account.

Sure, stocks have risen since then. But we could still go down from here… even further than we already have.

Friends of mine are starting to call their 401(k)s 201(k)s – and they’re all asking me the same thing:

What will I do now?

My go-to answer here would be to trade. And I’ve recorded all of my most potentially lucrative trading income secrets for you in my America’s #1 Pattern Trader Cash Course. Learn how to claim access for just $1 right here.

But most people can’t trade their 401(k)s, depending on who they’re administered by.

So the next step would be to call your financial advisor – and ask them these three questions

Three Simple Steps to Trading a Recession All the Way to Recovery

The Dow is on track for its best week since 1938 – but that doesn’t mean it’s all blue skies ahead.

Last week’s unemployment claims, released Thursday morning, soared to an unprecedented number of 3.3 million – the highest in history. Second place isn’t even close, with the previous high sitting at just 695,000 in 1982.

Never in my lifetime could I have imagined an event like this. With businesses across the country shutting down, the economy is in danger of plunging into a full-blown recession – and there seems to be nothing we can do to stop it.

The word “recession” is scary. But it’s not the end of the world… not even close.

In fact, you could come out of it even stronger than you were before.

Here’s how you can make a short-term profit on the market’s fall – and a long-term profit on its eventual recovery

Help Your Country and Your Portfolio with These Three Bond Plays

Bonds often get a bad rap.

A treasury bond is a government debt security that you can buy and sell just like a stock. But it offers lower yields, making it a much less attractive investment.

What many people don’t know is that bonds are actually a vital source of revenue. They help to keep the lights on for governments, states, and corporations…

And they offer an ideal safe haven in bearish market conditions.

With all three major indices down more than 20% from their recent highs, markets have officially entered bearish territory – making now the perfect time to get into bonds.

You don’t have to worry about lower yields, either.

With bonds, you can come to the aid of your country, profit from rising prices, and dramatically increase your annual returns.

Here’s how

The Market Just Revealed These Profitable Volatility Patterns

I’ve found a pattern in the market’s drastic movement these past few weeks.

It seems we’re in a constant downtrend. Markets will fall, sometimes as low as their limit-down price, just as the Dow did before the market opened Monday morning.

Then, with any good news, we see a violent pop – like the Dow’s 1% jump after the Federal Reserve unveiled unlimited asset purchases…

Only to resume the freefall again, shortly after.

Now, I expect this trend to continue. But it’s not the only pattern making itself clear right now…

In my latest update, we took a look at these patterns – and how we can use them both to save money and profit off the continued volatility.

You can check it all out right here

Keep Calm and Trade – How to Make Money in a Bear Market

The phrase no one can predict the future has never rung truer than it does right now.

Back when I first heard the word “coronavirus” in January, I could never have predicted it would lead to stocked fridges and toilet paper sell-outs.

See, in the past month alone, restaurants around the country have closed. Schools have moved entirely to online learning. The markets have tanked 30%. And I’m willing to bet the majority of you are reading this from your couch, back aching from leaning over a laptop all day.

Businesses and individuals everywhere are losing money. And when you’re watching cash flow out of your bank account, it’s hard not to panic.

But you don’t have to feel trapped in the market meltdown. There are three things you can do right now:

  1. Stay calm.
  2. Take action.
  3. Make money.

Easier said than done, I know. But that’s exactly why I’m here.

I’m going to show you how to employ these three steps starting today.

It all starts right now. Just click here

Two Short-Term Trading Opportunities in a Falling Market

Yesterday was a day that we, as traders, will never forget.

After hitting its 7% limit on the open, the market continued plunging all day long, the Dow closing 3,000 points down for its worst single-day drop in history.

So today, I want to dive into that downward movement and go through every corner of this market. I’m talking the Dow, bonds, the U.S. dollar, and oil.

But that’s not all.

There are opportunities for short-term traders in this market – and I’m going to show you exactly what they are.

Here are the two best ways to make a quick profit in the market’s freefall…

VP Mike Pence’s Unexpected Announcement Just Shot This Healthcare Stock Skyward

The coronavirus has become a massive heavyweight on stocks, officially dragging the Dow Jones into its first bear market in 10 years on Wednesday.

But not every stock is suffering under the pandemic’s weight.

With more people choosing to stay home during the days and nights, stocks like Netflix, up 15% for the year, and Amazon, up 4%, continue to rise.

Streaming and delivery services, however, aren’t the only companies benefitting from the global unrest.

Healthcare has hit a stride as well.

In fact, an unexpected announcement from Vice President Mike Pence just laid out a fast track for one healthcare stock to shoot skyward, rising above the ashes of the falling stocks around it.

Here’s how you can cash in now

Snag These Six Oil Stocks at Bargain Prices Right Now

Heads Up: The S&P is down over 14% year-to-date. But these traders aren’t playing stocks – and they’re up 74.38% since January 1. Find out how to tap into this little-known market right here.

Filling your tank is about to get cheaper.

An oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia erupted on Monday morning, causing U.S. crude to fall 26% for its worst day since 1991.

See, the two countries are increasing their oil supply at a time when demand is low, with travel decreasing due to the coronavirus. Add increased supply and decreased demand together, and you get oil prices at 18-year lows.

But there’s an opportunity hidden beneath the rubble of the commodity’s crash – and I don’t just mean cheap gas.

Famed investor Warren Buffett said it best: “Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.”

With the market’s fear gauge, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), at its highest level since the 2008 financial crisis, you can’t deny that fear is rampant in this market…

Meaning now is the time to buy.

Take advantage of low oil prices right now with these six plays

Monday’s Historic Market Action is Leaving Room for Exceptional Profits

On Monday, we saw a historical day in the markets due to the fact that oil futures were down a whopping 30%. This is the biggest plunge that we’ve seen in the U.S. since the Gulf War in 1991.

This was due to the price war that is happening between Saudi Arabia and Russia, and the even more bad news regarding the spread of the coronavirus.

The S&P 500 tripped a circuit breaker for the first time since 1997, which resulted in a 15-minute trading halt, and the Dow dropped a whopping 2,014 points.

It was enough to leave your head spinning… to say the least.

But this group of readers doesn’t have to worry. Since the start of 2020, they’re up 17.87% on average – while the S&P has fallen over 15%. Learn how you can join them right here.

Today, I want to take some time and really dissect what’s going on in the markets right now.

This is setting up to be a great educational opportunity when it comes to options trading and how to protect your portfolio.

Find out what I have to say here