I've Discovered a Crystal Ball for the Stock Market

by Andrew Zatlin

From the first-time investor to the savvy professional, we all have the same goal...

Earn market-beating returns!

Admittedly, it's not always an easy goal to achieve...

But this strategy can make it a little easier.

For a transcript of this video, see below. This transcript has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

I've Discovered a Crystal Ball for the Stock Market

Professional investors have a tough job.

They spend all day every day obsessing over their clients' portfolios and the stock market. They analyze these portfolios, then analyze the market, then reanalyze the portfolios, back and forth, back and forth – it's total chaos...

All in an effort to achieve market-beating returns for their clients.

But what if there was an easier way to earn the same returns? There is...

And today, I'll reveal it to you.

No More Recessions

First, though, consider this:

What if you could invest in the stock market and avoid recessions?

That would be a neat trick. After all, recessions are really the only times when investments in the stock market aren't growing. Most of the time, the market is generally delivering consistent positive returns.

To understand what I mean, look at this chart:

This shows year-over-year growth in the S&P 500. By and large, the market is achieving at least some amount of growth. It may not be much at times, but hey, growth is growth. The only times when there's prolonged negative growth is during a recession.

In essence, having your money in the stock market and being able to avoid any recessions would mean your dollars are always growing. Nice!

Follow the Growth

Now let me ask you:

What if you could not only avoid recessions in the stock market, but also know when to shift some money around during slower-growth periods?

As I mentioned, the S&P is almost always achieving some amount of growth. Although sometimes, that growth isn't anything to write home about:

See those blue lines? Those are recent periods where the market's growth hovered around less than 10%. Not bad, but not great.

Perhaps there were places during those times where your money could've achieved more? It's certainly possible.


A Crystal Ball

We've pondered the possibility of avoiding recessions and the opportunities to out-achieve stock market investors during less-than-stellar growth periods. But here's another thought:

What if you had a crystal ball that could tell you when the stock market was going to head up or down? That way, you could invest in things like options and puts, and position yourself to maximize your profit potential.

All of that is possible, thanks to one unique set of data...

My Data Reveals All

My hiring data, of course!

You see, it turns out that hiring trends correlate almost identically to the performance of the S&P 500. Let me show you:

Look how closely these two pieces of data are aligned. If you'd made your market moves based solely on this data, you could've not only avoided the latest recessionary period, but you could have also known when to look elsewhere for bigger growth opportunities.

Finally, you could have learned to follow this data to know exactly when the market was going to head up or down.

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It's pretty amazing, isn't it? One simple piece of data – my hiring data – can provide tremendous insight into the stock market. And believe me when I say that this tool can make the difference between earning the types of returns that most investors – including the professionals – earn...

And absolutely crushing the market time and again.

Stick with me, because each month I'll revisit my hiring data and give you advice on how to navigate the stock market. And if you're interested in learning more about unique money moves that can maximize your profit potential, check out my services like Moneyball PRO (just below, I'll reveal what my hiring data is telling me right now) or Moneyball Crash Alert.

We're in it to win it. Zatlin out.



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