Pandemics. Wars. Labor strikes. Innovation. New laws.
Such events, and many others like them, can cause a “reset.” A reset is when a market establishes a new equilibrium price — a price that reflects new circumstances.
Ask any economist or trader about resets and you’ll get this response: “Market resets are godsends.”
Why do they love market resets so much? Simple:
Because when financial markets are forced to reset, they experience widespread asset mispricing’s. And historically speaking, widespread asset mispricing’s present gravity-defying profit opportunities for investors.
A few examples:
- The lithium market was forced to reset when U.S. states began issuing EV rebates to buyers. This ignited the battery boom. If you’d known how to take advantage of this reset, you could potentially have made 1,947%. Nearly 20x your money.
- The uranium market was forced to reset when its mountainous supply — a stockpile amassed during the nuclear boom of the 1980s — began to run thin. If you’d known how to take advantage of this reset, you could potentially have made 1,795%. Again, nearly 20x your money.
- The ethanol market was forced to reset by way of the Energy Policy Act, which mandated adding renewables to gasoline. If you’d known how to take advantage of this reset, you could potentially have made 1,814%. Once again, nearly 20x your money.
It’s the same story for Obamacare, the Great Offshore Reset, the Great Oil Reset, and so many others. Each reset led to spectacular profits for investors.
But to take advantage of these resets, you’d need to be informed about them.
And that’s why #1-Rated Bloomberg Economist Andrew Zatlin created Moneyball’s Reset Trader.
Moneyball’s Reset Trader is a brand-new advisory service. It aims to help you profit from event-driven, time-sensitive, often geopolitically-charged market resets.
As soon as Andrew and his team identify a new reset trade — they expect to issue trades from 15 to 21 times per year — they’ll alert you immediately. Then it’s time to make your straightforward stock trade.
The standard price for a subscription to Moneyball’s Reset Trader is $5,000.