A ‘Must’ Strategy for the Future: Insure Your Portfolio

Let me ask you three important questions.portfolio insurance

These questions will help to clear any fog from your investment strategy. They will cure the huge swings or volatility that exists in your current portfolio.

Go here to learn how to make market volatility pay.

Especially if you suffered a sharp decline in your portfolio during May, well, you will definitely want to take heed to the following:

  1. Do you have car insurance?
  2. What about home insurance?
  3. Life insurance?

I’m guessing you answered each question with a resounding YES.

I mean, come on, it makes perfect sense, right? We need to protect ourselves from catastrophic threats.  As the Boy Scouts say, “be prepared.”

So, why is it that so few investors have insurance for their portfolios?

I mean, you did work hard to earn that money, right? And you continue to work incredibly hard to preserve and grow it for your future.

Yet, almost no investors insure their portfolios and it’s irresponsible. We can’t predict the future. We don’t have special radar that alerts us to approaching threats.

So, click here to add some portfolio insurance now. Don’t wait another day.

Begin using strategies that will help you preserve your capital while allowing you to actually make a profit if the market moves sideways or lower. That’s portfolio insurance.

It’s 2019, and the playing field is basically even between retail and professional investors. The only difference is exposure. Professionals are exposed to strategies that allow them to make money in any type of market environment. Strategies that allow them to preserve their hard-earned capital if the market turns sour.

And now, we individual investors have the ability to do the same.

Click here to get started.

At next week’s master class (it’s free for Strike Price readers), I will present the same strategy that allowed me to lock in 143.3% in profits while most investors were losing upwards of 20%.

Don’t allow your portfolio to be exposed to unexpected losses.  Click here to learn how to protect yourself for pennies on the dollar.

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