Markets were up 31% last year…
However, there’s one small problem… most stocks in the U.S. stock market are counter trending assets.
So what does that mean?
Think about it. The bond market, currencies and even futures tend to have several reports and news stories published every day that cause market moves. On the other hand, other than earnings reports, there’s not a lot of new data on stocks.
That’s why stocks don’t tend to trend like you’ve been seeing it over the last year (and decade). Over the long-term, returns tend to be more random and not uniform across industries. Over the past 20 years, for example, the S&P 500’s return is below 6%.
The 31% gain in 2019 is a massive outlier… and as we head into a presidential election, there’s a good chance that the market will start trading sideways (more on that in the video).
That’s when I take advantage of one of the most consistent non-directional trading strategies.
Today I’m going to show you what this strategy is… the advantages and disadvantages… the best time to use it… and how to make money when the stock market is flat.
Next week I’ll show you exactly how I execute this tactic in my own trading. I think you’re going to get a lot of value out of this video, so stay tuned…
P.S. Speaking of creating a stream of income, have you seen my latest presentation with Tom Busby?
We just revealed what is perhaps the best strategy for spotting which stocks are likely to deliver the most consistent gains…
The underlying goal is to achieve just 1% a day – which in turn results in a 1,139.67% return in just one year.
But here’s the best part… you can find and place these trades before the 9:30 a.m. opening bell.