Market Direction Downturns – 5 Steps To Build Confidence To Trade Them

As readers know, the Spy Put Options remain my favorite method to trade against market direction corrections. Today’s downturn returned some of the largest profits to date for my Spy Put Options trade strategy. All of this is only possible through having the confidence to trade the downturn in stocks. Trading downturns though is extremely difficult for most investors as we are all taught to buy an asset and watch it appreciate in value. Yet some of the best profits can be made when stock market direction shifts into a correction phase.

Financial planners and brokers almost always sit to the sidelines during corrections and their clients never profit from what is often the very best times to earn considerable returns. Investors of all backgrounds and portfolio sizes fail to trade market corrections because they lack the confidence to step in and buy a variety of products designed to profit from the downturn of stocks. Indeed the market collapse of 2001 to 2003 and 2008 to 2009 more than doubled my portfolio in a very short time period.

This article for FullyInformed Members provides 5 steps toward building confidence to trade against market direction downturns using the Spy Put Options for excellent profit potential. This strategy article is 6 pages in length with 1600 words. FullyInformed Members can can login directly through this link to read the rest of this strategy article or Members can sign in to the full members site here. Non-members can join here.

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