What Does Last Week’s Sell-Off Mean for You?
As I write this for you early Monday morning, the Dow is set to open slightly up. Will the Dow stay up for the day or end up selling off?
We shall see, but one thing is for sure – we are going to see some volatility over the next few weeks and months.
Volatility can make buy and hold investors nervous because they don’t know where the market will go in the long run. However, for traders, and especially options traders, volatility means we have more chances to find profits.
Frankly, I don’t care if the market is moving up or down, as long as it is moving somewhere. The hardest market for us to make money in is a market that is trading sideways.
The good news for us is that it’s highly unlikely that we are going to see a sideways market this year at all.
Presidential election years are always volatile, but when you add in everything else that is happening all over the world we are likely to see extreme volatility through the end of 2020.
The key to profiting in this kind of wild market is to make sure you don’t leave yourself open to an unlimited downside. You always want to make sure that you limit risk.
When the Dow is swinging back and forth with triple-digit moves day after day, a naked position is a sure way to lose big. Sure, by limiting risk you reduce your gains a bit…
But more importantly, you ensure that you won’t lose everything if the market swings against you.
You always want to have a well defined and limited downside when you go into a trade.
Having a well defined and limited downside is one of the core tenants in my Options 360 service.
Combine that with my 3 P’s and we have a service that has killed the S&P for 5 years in a row!
2015: up 125% (S&P was down .73%)
2016: up 32% (S&P was up just 9.54%)
2017: up 48% (S&P was up just 19.42%)
2018 up 67% (S&P lost a whopping 6.24%)
2019: up 77%% (S&P up just 28.9%)
And this year we are doing it again. YTD we are up 29% while the S&P is down a point.
The 3P’s are the secret to success of Options 360. They are:
1)Price — the chart/technical analysis is the starting point for identifying good setups
2) Probability- applying the right option strategy that aligns with my expectations and offers the best probability of making the trade…
3) Profitable- I look for trades that have a 60%-80% return, and I limit losses to 30%-50%. I focus on a win rate of 60%. The result is a 30%-50% annual return.
It’s important to follow the 3P’s because they consistently keep us on target, which is critical in a market as volatile as this market.
The good news is that this volatility that we have been, and likely will keep, experiencing gives more opportunities for profits.
That’s why I want to give you a chance to test drive Options 360 for just $19…
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- 66% on PANW in just 2 days, and
- 44% on XBI in just 5 days,
- 72% on BA unjust 4 days
And Year to date we are up a whopping 29% overall, winners and losers.
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To Your Profits,
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