Last week certainly concerned a lot of investors as the S&P turned in its worst one week performance since the first week of April. This kind of market lends itself to the Weekly Wanderer Strategy.
I have done the Weekly Wanderer Strategy trades for a couple of decades. The Weekly Wanderer Strategy is a simple strategy to apply and to understand but it uses a complex formula to derive both put and call options to sell in a stock.
For smaller portfolios looking for above average returns, the Weekly Wanderer Strategy can be ideal as an investor can grow a portfolio slowly over time in quality stocks risking small amounts of capital.
The Weekly Wanderer Strategy is also ideal for armchair investing. Those investors who have little time to be trading intraday and want to place a trade and then just check it once randomly during the week.
The Weekly Wanderer Strategy is a strategy I used often when working full-time. It allowed me to place a handful of trades but not worry about the trades during the day while employed. I could check the trades intraday or in the evenings or weekends and then plan on any adjustments needed.
This article outlines how the Weekly Wanderer Strategy works. It is a good place to start, for investors who are unfamiliar with this strategy. It is an easy strategy to use and can result in significant profits.
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