“Market Noise” Is a Real Thing – Here’s How to Turn It Down And Profit
I recorded this on Good Friday…a day when the U.S. financial markets are closed…so the markets were taking a blessed break from their dizzy whipsawing over the past week…
In just a bit, I’m about to start preparing for my own Easter celebration with my family. (I’m kicking off the festivities by wearing a springlike pink shirt, as you can see.) I hope you and your loved ones have a blessed and joyful weekend, whatever your spiritual tradition.
And hopefully, this video will bring you just a bit of extra good cheer as you prepare to jump back into the markets after a three-day weekend.
Today, I want to talk to you about “market noise,” what it really is (we’ve been hearing a lot of very loud static lately)…and how to dial it down and profit instead.
We’ll take another look at the reward-to-risk ratios I discussed on Friday (I believe in the video, I misspoke and said Thursday, since that’s when I actually made Friday’s recording). Our reward-to-risk ratios are very different when we have this much noise in the markets, as you’ll see in a moment.
Our two current bank trades are a perfect play for a volatile market moment like this. (Click here to get them, and all other Fast Profits recommendations, for free.)
If you haven’t yet gotten in, there’s still time – and in the video, I’ll show you how to dial down the “noise” for these two trades as the market opens back up on Monday.
Have a wonderful Easter weekend, and a happy Passover.