Three Ways to Profit from a Market Correction
Judging by recent market gyrations, investor panic is definitely creeping in around the edges. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t feel the angst just like you do. You’re not alone.
The market declines we’ve seen lately represent some of the nastiest in a long time. If your immediate instinct is to head for the hills, I fully empathize with you. But that would be a big – and all-too-common – mistake.
The only “buy and hold” system that beats even today’s volatile markets. Editor Keith Fitz-Gerald runs this hyper-selective (but low-maintenance) service that only buys stocks that are going up – without fail since 2000. He overlays a value filter to find stocks worth owning, then watches their charts for a very specific and powerful “X” pattern to form. This signals that a stock is about to enter a state of high velocity – typically within a 48-hour window – and signals a “sell” the moment that velocity gives out. Average hold time is 16 months, and there’s very little trading to do in between in this stock-only system.