In the expended market direction outlook I wrote last night for members, I explained the parameters I was using to know when to commence the next Spy Put options trade. This remains my favorite hedge method for profiting from downturns and pullbacks. I find the SPY ETF to be superior to any other ETF or product available for benefiting from market direction movements.
What I continue to like about these trades is the small amount of capital required and the large profit potential on the trade. I have found the Spy Put options to be the best means to profit from pullbacks in the market and by setting up valuation parameters such I explained last night in the market direction outlook, it makes knowing when to enter and to exit easier.
From the number of emails received this morning I can see that a lot of members entered trades around the same time I did. It was as explained in my article, an obvious choice.
Here is the latest Spy Put Trade for FullyInformed USA members.
SPY PUT Trade Alert for July 24 2015
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