It’s a tough time to be an investor.
The U.S. just had its worst day of COVID-19 deaths since April, 56 million Americans have filed for unemployment and the presidential election is less than three months away.
At the same time, the stock market just had its best 100-day run since 1933.
So do you buy now … wait for more certainty later … or sell now and take profits?
The “Buffett Indicator” complicates things further.
The indicator, a favorite of famed investor Warren Buffett, predicted the 2001 and 2008 crashes. And it’s flashing a warning sign again.
It compares the world’s total gross domestic product to the market capitalization of all stock markets.
When the ratio is higher than 100%, it means the global economy isn’t keeping up with investors’ optimism. And that’s bad news for stocks:
(Source: Holger Zschaepitz)
The stock market could plunge 20% … 30% … or even 50%, like it did in 2008. And it can take years for your portfolio to recover from that sort of chaos.
But my colleague Michael Carr told me about a different way to invest.
It’s a strategy that works in both bull and bear markets, making gains of 145%, 375% or 416% in a matter of days.
The Strike Zone Lets You Invest With Precision
Michael’s new strategy is all about pinpointing stocks that are entering what he calls the “Strike Zone.”
These are stocks with a brief window of opportunity … a precise moment where everything lines up, and you have the chance to catch a double- or triple-digit winner in less than a week.
And then you get out of the short-term trade, enjoying your profits no matter what the market does afterward.
Michael’s Strike Zone approach really works. In fact, it’s already produced 105 winning trades.
And next week, he’s going to reveal all the details of his strategy for free in a special webinar.
To join, all you need to do is click here and enter your first name and email address. That’s it!
So, take a moment and sign up now. You have nothing to lose, and this presentation could completely change your financial future.
Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing