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I’ve been getting questions from Catalyst Cash-Outs members about the strategies behind each of our trades.

So I’ll elaborate on how they work.

First and foremost, Bryan and I use both short and long-term trading strategies in Catalyst Cash-Outs.

For example, our short-term trades are based on government reports (like the JOLTS report that was released yesterday).

The JOLTS report serves as our short-term catalyst. Overall, the trade is designed for potential short-term gains in less than 24 hours.

And like with any strategy, there are benefits and downsides. For one, short-term trades have the potential to generate bigger gains. However, they also carry a risk for bigger losses.

Then, you have our long-term trades.

For example, yesterday I closed a trade on Sabre (SABR) in Catalyst Cash-Outs for a 10.38% gain in 12 days. Notice I mention “12 days.”

Unlike short-term government reports, this Sabre trade was based on a longer-term catalyst – insider buying. It’s important to know insiders are not allowed to sell stocks for six months after they buy a share, so they aren’t expecting to see returns until at least six months after they buy, meaning this is a longer-term trade.



Risk tolerance is key when deciding what type of trading strategy will be most comfortable for you. We have strategies for both short and long-term traders in Catalyst Cash-Outs, and every week we walk members through our trades live during our weekly livestream.

Click here to learn more about one of our favorite short-term catalysts – the JOLTS report.