Investors Just Broke the Number One Trading Rule Following Trump’s Call to Ground Boeing

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that President Trump made the executive order to ground all Boeing 737 MAX planes on Thursday.

The new fuel-efficient models are a huge cash flow driver for Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), making up about 25% of total sales. So after Trump’s order hit, Boeing’s stock responded. Shares have now fallen a drastic 11%, wiping over $25 billion off the aircraft manufacturer’s market value.

Boeing makes up more than 10% of the Dow, so this drastic loss dragged down the entire market as a result. And investors across the board immediately began adjusting their portfolios in an attempt to offset the falling market. But here’s the thing – that’s exactly what Wall Street wants you to do.

Here’s why it’s actually the number one trading mistake that you could make

“Fall Out the Window” with This Bearish Play and Score the Biggest Profits

There’s a famous saying when it comes to trading that goes like this:

“Bulls climb up the stairs and the bears fall out of the window…”

In other words, this means stocks often fall faster than they rise.

In fact, if you’re not playing the downside, you’re leaving big and fast profits on the table.

But you don’t have to short stocks to cash in on this – there’s actually a much better way.

And today, I’m going to show you exactly how to cash in on the bear and protect your wallet while you’re at it.

Here’s what I mean

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