Let me show you 6 stocks I went bearish on this morning after Factor Seasonal analysis last night. All I do is scan my watchlists for MACD signals, pop the stocks that trigger into my trusty factor seasonal program (you get a boiled down version of the program for PCs with a subscription to our Seasonal Cash Flow Super Package) and presto:
Every month our chart packed newsletters show you, IN PLAIN AND CLEAR PICTURES, the only stocks you need to be watching for the SAFEST bullish and bearish trades because those trends are lined up with the Factor seasonals. No more ritzy expensive financial newsletters with lots of verbiage that don’t make you any money. We’re down to earth and all we care about is trading or investment profits. Just look at the chart forecasts of each stock, and decide whether to get in or stay out.
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You’re bearish? Fine. Minimize your risks and increase your chances of success by only shorting/buying puts on stocks with a negative seasonal trend to boot. If the makret tanks you’ll have two forces working for you — the market’s downward pull and EXTRA downward pressure due to the stock’s declining seasonal tendency. HERE’S THE KICKER: That way if you’re wrong on the market timing because of volatility swings, the stock’s negative tendency will still help you pull through and make money.
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And remember … if a stock isn’t following its seasonal tendency but is ultra bullish in a big way despite the underlying seasonal chart, check the volume for money pouring in because you may have found a ten bagger! (Of course it works onthe flip side, too — what a great way to take the temperature of the patient)
For a bullish stance, invest in those shares that have a bulish tendency this time of year, and are supported by the Factor Seasonals. What could be easier?
That’s why people are turning to the logic of the Factor Seasonal approach to trading and investing.
You’d get an appraisal before you’d buy something expensive, wouldn’t you? That’s what a Factor Seasonal chart is — a clear appraisal of the stock’s projected worth.