Urgent Video Trade Alert #1

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When the richest people from the worlds of finance, media and politics meet, it’s time to listen. At a recent gathering in Greenwich, Connecticut some of the elite in the world spoke of macroeconomic issues that have astonishing implications for the future of America.

And as an invited guest to the party, we wanted to share with you some of the powerful information and spotlight an opportunity to take advantage both short-term and long-term.

Please enjoy this complimentary video trade alert and, as always, we would love to hear from you.

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10 thoughts on “Urgent Video Trade Alert #1

  1. jeanne v.

    I always learn something when I log into Market Tamers. Very easy to listen to, understand and learn from your videos

  2. TraderMike

    Thanks for posting Trade Alerts! I appreciate the insight and rationale for why the trade is listed. This helps me follow along with more seasoned traders. And, after all, if Paul Tudor Jones like the trade and thoughts behind it, then I need to do more research to follow along as well. Thanks !!!!!!!!! Keep the posts coming.


  3. Earl McHugh

    The materials shown relating to progress from one quarter to another and the trading in ’99 present no basis for the trade you suggest. That trade is based upon the prediction that interest rates will rise ( not very hard to do when they are at all time lows ) and therefore the TBT will rise. That is a fairly safe prediction but there is little point in creating a phony ” basis ” for it.

    • Gareth Feighery

      Thanks for the reply Earl. Respectfully, I disagree with your statement that the trading in 1999 present no basis for the trade. If you compare charts of the NASDAQ in 1999 to the Nifty in 2010, you will see similar parabolic runs at similar time frames. Similar cross-referencing among other charts are playing out almost identically, including those of bonds, which was featured in the 2010 list. It is very fair to disagree with the cyclical nature and have the opinion that the cycles will not replicate themselves in the future. However, this same analysis was the catalyst to Paul Tudor Jones making his fortune in the 1987 crash and is the premise of his expectations for strength in already strong sectors, which played out so far. The accuracy has been astounding and until the charts contradict the cycle, we will stick with the trend. The trade is based on the same analysis and can account for both long-term macroeconomic issues and short-term momentum. So, it is directly tied to the information presented in the alert.

      The great thing is if we disagree, that’s what makes a market!

  4. TradingCoach

    Thanks for the input John. It seems that Earl agrees with the trade but not the premise. I guess the bottom line is what we really care about is making money. Paul and I both used the same premise for the trade. Always welcome different viewpoints as it makes for interesting trading.

  5. Spreadtrader

    Thanks for the insight into your rationale for the trade. The market does move in cycles and I’ve been trading long enough to realize if I ignore that fact it is at my own peril. Thanks for the trade. Spreadtrader

    • Golo

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  6. Swing Meyer

    I am watching this video on February 2 with TBT at $39. Is the trade idea still good? Obviously, you have to change the strike price of the short call. Advise. Thanks.

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