Markets

The Only “Bull” ETF You Need

By Adam O'Dell  |  February 13, 2019

Everyone I talk to these days is wondering the exact same thing…

            “Are we witnessing the bull market’s final days?” 

And then a few additional questions naturally follow…

“If this is the end of the bull… what should I do next?”

That’s the obvious question.

The less-obvious questions are…

“But what if this bull market ISN’T finished, just yet?”

            “If that’s the case… then what should I do?”

These are essentially the only three questions pouring into my inbox these days.

And I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re the same questions you’ve been chewing on yourself, either head-on or in the back of your mind.

They’re natural questions.

But ironically, you really don’t need to know whether a “bull” or “bear” is coming next to still make tons of money.

What you do need are these three things:

  • A flexible mindset. That is, a willingness to switch positions when warranted, and an “inner peace” about not knowing for sure what’s next.
  • A systematic “market-timing” model… one that tells you definitively whether to position for a bullish “boom” rally, or, instead, for a bearish “bust.”
  • Just two ETFs. That is, one “bull” ETF, for when the model’s in “bull mode”… and one “bear” ETF, for when trouble’s ahead.

Hear me out…

This Is Super Simple (and Lucrative)

I know it’s hard to fathom how just two exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) could hand you market-trouncing returns, no matter which way the market goes next.

Most of you know me as an options guy.

And I’ve had a ton of success (and fun) racking up triple-digit profits on option trades – some for as much as 300% and 400%!

But I realize not everyone’s into options trading.

And that’s why I spent the better part of 2015 developing and refining an even simpler market-beating strategy…

One that could be implemented without options.

One that could play both “booms” and “busts.”

One that required, yes… just two ETFs.

It wasn’t easy. But eventually my hard work paid off.

We launched my market-timing 10X Profits service in late 2016. And I’ve been sharing live “boom” or “bust” signals ever since.

I explain the details of my “boom-and-bust” market-timing strategy in Chapter 5 of my new book, 27 Stock Secrets of Rich Investors. (And Chapter 6 covers ETFs and options, by the way).

We’ve, of course, had our ups and downs, like any strategy does. But what I’m most excited about is how the painstakingly tedious historical analysis I’ve done shows clearly how to squeeze the most money possible from a bull market (even as it’s “dying”)… how to navigate a “top”… and, perhaps most important of all, how to still rake it in during a bear-market crash (even if you don’t know for sure when it’s coming).

Let me show you some “boom-time” examples of my model’s historical trades.

There are some notable instances from this current bull market

Like when my model latched on to a bullish trend between August 2013 and November 2014… and the “bull ETF” we use in 10X Profits gained a market-beating 81% by the time my model said to sell.

But there’s also a slew of bullish profits my model identified in 2006… 2007… even 2008 – as the last bull market was slowing… dying… and eventually rolling over.

My 10X model captured bullish market-beating profits of…

  • 3% in just 16 days (520% annualized) in October 2006, as the U.S. housing market was peaking
  • 4% in just 9 days (2,485% annualized) in June 2007, only months before the top.
  • 3% in only 11 days (655% annualized) in September 2007, just one month before the top.
  • 9% in just 15 days (712% annualized) in October 2007, precisely as the stock market was topping.
  • Even 8.2% in 26 days (200% annualized) in April 2008, despite the market being in bear-market territory at that point.

Realize, these are market-beating gains… made by one simple ETF… during a time of max-uncertainty, as no one really knew at the time when that bull would end, or just how bad the ensuring crash would actually be!

I think that’s pretty powerful!

And it’s why I’m telling you today: You don’t need to know whether a big “bull” or big “bear” comes next.

My market-timing model – the one I share in my 10X Profits service – is designed to adapt to and capitalize on both bull and bear markets.

My market-timing model – the one I share in my new book, 27 Stock Secrets of Rich Investors – is designed to adapt to and capitalize on both bull and bear markets.

Yes, markets were particularly volatile in 2018. And investors remain skittish even today. But these factors alone don’t mean the bull market has to end immediately.

If the bull market mounts another rally from here, my market-timing model will pounce and we’ll “make hay while the sun shines,” as they say – even if that rally were to turn out to be this bull’s last dying gasp.

And of course, if the other “bearish” scenario plays out… we’ll adapt to that too, and position accordingly for crisis-market profits – which, if 2008 is any guide, could help you triple your money in just months… as the crisis unfolds.

For more details on that scenario, you’ll want to see this presentation on 10X Profits.

For more details on that scenario, you’ll want to grab a copy of my new book, 27 Stock Secrets of Rich Investors.

And make sure you check out my next The Rich Investor article, due out Friday, in which I’ll cover my market-timing model’s handling of the 2008 crash… and reveal the only “Bear” ETF you’ll need to conquer the next crash.

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Adam O'Dell

As Chief Investment Strategist for Dent Research, Adam O’Dell has one purpose in mind: to find and bring to subscribers investment opportunities that return the maximum profit with minimum risk. He achieves this with his perfect blend of technical and fundamental analysis.MORE FROM AUTHOR