Profiting During Times of Turmoil

Corona Del Mar, CA

 Howdy Friend!

 

2022 has been off to a rocky start for stocks.

 

If you had invested in the leveraged S&P 500 ETF (SSO), you'd be down 27%.

On the other hand, if you broadened your horizons to include trading bonds, gold, commodities, and inverse funds...you'd be up 23% as of today.

As you might imagine, trading the commodity ETF (DBC) has been the big winner for the model portfolio.

 

Look at this series of trades:

I just paid $7/gallon for gas yesterday.

It sure stung a lot less knowing that I could haul in a small fortune as gasoline and other commodities explode higher.

 

During times of turmoil, it really pays to trade in markets outside of stocks.

 

It also pays to trade inverse funds like SDS that go up when the S&P 500 goes down.

 

Check out this series of trades using SDS:

Now you can cheer as stocks go down. And oh boy do stocks fall faster than they rise!

There are three main lessons to be learned from this style of trading:

 

  1. Trade the markets up and down. Use inverse ETFs. That way you're not married to which way the market goes.

  2. Trade several asset classes. Ray Dalio made billions by investing in stocks, bonds, gold, and commodities. Investors in his fund love the stable returns.

  3. Understand that the markets are crazed and insane! Just look at what happened with Gamestop. The players in the trading game are completely irrational. They create huge trade imbalances that allow you to buy low and sell high all the time.

If you want to understand how to discover value and spin these short-term imbalances into gold, then read this article >>

 

It all boils down to this simple formula that you could write on a post-it note:

Click to reveal the formula

 

Listen, we live in a crazy world...

 

 - there are shortages in basic goods a la USSR in the 80's.

 

 - gas prices hit $10 per gallon in Northern California.

 

 - the "Cash me outside" girl made $50 million from Onlyfans.

 

While you can't change these things, having extra money in your pocket sure helps.

 

Don't get mad...get even.

 

Here's how you can profit during times of turmoil >>

Trade smart,


Dan "Prince of Proof" Murphy

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Disclaimer: The results listed herein are based on hypothetical trades. Plainly speaking, these trades were not actually executed. Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain inherent limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, since the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under (or over) compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors such as lack of liquidity. You may have done better or worse than the results portrayed.

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