Earnings Season: Trading Opportunity Ahead
There is a trading opportunity lurking around the corner . . . an earnings season opportunity we haven’t seen in over 10 years. This week, earnings season will begin and the uncertainty around each earnings event will be at historically high levels. What does that mean for investors? It means opportunity . . . and lots of it. Click here to learn how an investor could have turned $5,000 into $1.1 million in under 2 ½ years. Since Nov. 1, 2017, my earnings season trading strategy is up 760.2%. Our win ratio is 80.2% (69 out of 86 winning trades) since we initiated the strategy. Best of all, the strategy is only in the market one out of every eight days on average – so exposure to ongoing market risk is limited. Coronavirus-related risks and geopolitical risks are never a factor. But given the recent surge in volatility for the overall market, we should have even more chances at big profits during this upcoming earnings season. Now, the basis of my strategy is simple. I take advantage of known factors that occur prior to earnings announcements. (Click here to learn how.) These are factors that occur every earnings season and are completely predictable. Just look at the three charts below for Netflix, Amazon and Walmart. You will notice a common occurrence highlighted in red. The common occurrence: an increase in volatility that builds leading up to earnings, followed by a dramatic drop immediately after earnings are released. We place a trade when volatility is high (and receive more income as a result) . . . and then exit the trade after earnings are announced when volatility plummets. It’s that simple. Of course, there are other factors that come into play as well. But they are easy to navigate once you learn how. On Thursday I will be discussing in detail how I make these one-day trades around earnings. I will show you the step-by-step process, so you have the opportunity to make the same trades with similar results. REGISTER HERE – Get all the details at my FREE live training. I hope to see you all there.