What do bear markets, the flash crash, a 9/11 event, and inflation have in common?
They are all major market moving events that caused a lot of people a lot of financial pain.
And they can easily happen again.
Professional traders know this and guard themselves accordingly.
Are your investments protected?
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Most individual traders don’t know how to do this and it is probably the biggest investing mistake no one talks about.
Your retirement funds are at risk.
The stock market can crash any day now.
Flash crashes, dark pools, insider trading, and hidden trades are just some of the ways Wall Street uses everyday to take money from the little guy.
If you have any money in an IRA, 401k, mutual fund, life insurance, annuity, or trading account you are at risk.
Hedge Fund managers make millions knowing how to protect their money.
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• How to guard yourself and even profit from Bear Markets
• Why Stop Loss orders are for suckers
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According to Forbes magazine, 3 out of 4 Americans will not retire on time.
Is it because they did not save enough or were reckless with their finances?
The major reason is because the markets took their money away from them.
Most people work hard, save, and put their money in mutual funds and company stock.
But because of fees and lackluster performance they never get the returns they were promised.
After all these years of preaching about investing in the stock market, Wall Street is now saying that Buy and Hold is broken.
Can we really trust these people with our money?
Isn’t there a better way?
Yes there is.
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