As we get closer and closer to Nov. 3, we are starting to see more and more volatility in the Nasdaq 100.
This market volatility is breaking through channels, trendlines and other key indicators I like to track. Long story short: It’s going to be hard to trade the Nasdaq with any kind of predictability, especially when breaking news could dramatically affect everything at any time.
That’s why I’ve taken an interest in gold futures. Looking at the charts, I’m seeing a particular pattern forming… one that investors usually HATE to see.
But I love it, because it means that things are about to get much more predictable…
P.S. Ex-hedge fund manager Lance Ippolito spends a lot of time talking about how to reduce risk… and during these scary market conditions, I think you understand why.
A good way to decrease risk is to simply minimize the time you spend in the market. In other words, get into a trade before a large move and quickly get out.
As a matter of fact, Lance 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… I highly recommend you check out this incredible strategy.