A Safer Way to Play Volatility

I’ve been preaching how this endless and desperate stimulus will (and must) come to an end. When it does, hell’s going to be a popping.

The markets keep going up despite one bad news event after another. Central banks keep printing money, and promise to do more if things weaken. Trump has cut taxes massively to offset the fact that the Fed isn’t printing money anymore. And now he’s proposing another tax cut.

All this points to DESPERATION!

After nearly 10 years, this economy is so weak it can’t stand up on its own without an endless supply of free money and stimulus.

If your kid couldn’t ride his bike without training wheels after three years, you would know something’s wrong, and likely sooner rather than later.

Mark my words: Volatility’s coming.

If you don’t want to be in cash – which would only be great if the crash starts soon, and even then it’s far from optimal – then you must have a proven system in place. One that can work in up and down markets. There’ll be violent bear market rallies, even in the great crash, and reset coming over the next several years.

So naturally, at Dent Research, we look for people who have such systems at different risk and returnrn levels. People with different approaches that allow you to diversify. And we already have a cadre of successful ones – hence, we are careful with who we choose to add.

Well, we’ve found a new one from Lee Lowell, who’s quite an experienced trader.

He has a system for collecting predictable, upfront income during times like this. The best part: it gets better when markets get more volatile, meaning the income goes up, not down.

Lee has been doing this on record for almost 10 years, and has not had one losing play. That’s a proven system. In fact, that’s one hell of a track record.

I’m not going to try to explain this system to you. But I strongly suggest you  .

Lee gave a presentation earlier today, at 1 p.m. ET. If you missed the live viewing, you can tonight at 7 p.m.

His is certainly a unique and safe way to play volatility for the income side of your portfolio.

I think you’ll like what you hear.


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