Global stock markets opened higher today on news that the inflation rate in the U.S. ended up lower than expected. The S&P 500 rose 0.8% and the Nasdaq composite jumped 1.6% amid the tech comeback.
But this is important…
I don’t think the Nasdaq is going to go all the way back up. I anticipate it to sucker a bunch of weak hands, only to fall and eventually hit its 200-day moving average. In other words, the Nasdaq still needs to experience a washout, which could take another month or so.
In today’s video, I’ll show you the Federal Reserve data you need to pay close attention to for the remainder of the week… the inverse relationship between interest rates and bonds… short and long stock pullback trade opportunities — including one in AstraZeneca (Nasdaq: AZN)… and two low-risk trade setups you can take advantage of today.
P.S. I spend the majority of my time talking about how to reduce risk. And when the market is volatile I think you understand why.
A good way to decrease risk is by minimizing the time you spend in your positions. In other words, get into a trade before a large move, and then quickly get out.
As a matter of fact, Future of Wealth Head Trader Lance Ippolito has made a career out of these “24-hour trades.”
You see, he deciphers data from the options market and uses it to strike moments before a stock jumps or crashes.
If you’re tired of the market roller coaster and hate watching your positions plummet… click here to watch Lance explain and prove his strategy.