“Buy the Dip” if This Signal Triggers
You’ve probably heard the common trading term “buy the dip.”
Buying the dip is buying a stock (or any asset) after its price has dropped.
The hope is that, over time, the price will rise again and your investment will increase in value.
In short, it’s like getting a discount on something you really like.
And while this trading strategy sounds good on paper, the truth is…
Dip buying can take years to pay off.
For example, when the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, it took more than seven years for the market to recover.
And when the housing bubble burst in 2008, it would’ve taken you three years to make your money back in the stock market.
So yes, it’s true…
The market always tends to recover.
But throughout history, it’s been impossible to know exactly when.
And that’s the hard part.
Buying the dip works… but only IF you have the patience to wait it out.
Today, though, I’m going to reveal a better way to buy the dip…
And as you’ll see, looking back, we found that this new strategy was able to predict a next-day rise 88% of the time…
And very often, the payoff happens overnight.
No more waiting for years…
With this method, you can buy the dip and get paid the very next day.
Here’s how it works…
How to Buy the Dip With Historical Precision
To see how this method could’ve performed in the past, we looked back at historical data and ran a reverse-engineered test.
Check out the data below on what the SPY (the exchange-traded fund that tracks the S&P 500) could have delivered…
Anytime the SPY dropped by 1% or more, the following day it was up 88% of the time.
Not only was it up, but the average maximum gain the next day was right around 1%.
If you dig deeper, you’ll see that this strategy worked astonishingly well on all the major indexes.
Here’s the three-year data for the Nasdaq, the Dow and the Russell 2000…
If any of these major indexes was down 1% or more in a day…
The very next day…
It went up at least 85% of the time.
For the Dow, that figure was over 91%!
Taking it even further…
Over the past 30 years, the SPY dropped 2% or more 324 times.
These big drops resulted in a rise the next day 91.98% of the time.
Do you see why buying the dip is starting to make sense?
But it gets even better…
Over the past three decades… the market has dropped 5% or more in a day 21 times.
So these are MAJOR down days…
But get this…
After every single one of those 21 instances… the market went higher the next day.
Every. Single. Time.
I’ve created a new dip-buying strategy that capitalizes on these trends.
It turns market down days into profits with a very high probability of success… all with one overnight trade.
The best part is…
There’s no guesswork.
You know exactly when to buy the dip.
You know that every trade comes with a historically significant 88% chance of a rise during the next trading session.
And you know the payoff comes the very next day.
This is the best method I’ve ever uncovered for buying the dip.
And it’s all thanks to something I call the “Dark Ticker.”
YOUR ACTION PLAN
There’s now a new way to capitalize on big market dips… and it doesn’t take years to pay off. I’m talking about potential top gains of 50%, 75%, 100% and even 197%… all overnight!
Just last Friday, I closed out an 88% overnight gain using this system, and many of my members reported gains of 100% or more!
And now I’m excited to share with you my urgent presentation on the Dark Ticker.
It offers a dead-simple way to turn big down days into overnight profits.
Click below to see a FREE demo of the “Dark Ticker” trading strategy.
P.S. Check out what Dark Ticker traders are saying about this method…
“Good morning – just join IC yesterday took the Dark Ticker trade, out with 2 contracts 1 at 60% and 1 at 100% [overnight].” – GeorgeT
“Out IWM, 100% overnight on Dark Ticker trade. Nice.” – Lazarus
MONDAY MARKET MINUTE
- Time to Slow Down. Holiday weeks typically result in reduced trading volumes. This week the major market exchanges will close on Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday and then close early at 1 p.m. ET on Friday.
- IWM Ready for a Move. If you watched Karim and me in The Oxford Clubroom last week, you heard us make the argument that the small cap sector could soon be making a “catch-up” move. And now Barron’s has picked up on this viewpoint, saying, “Once again, the sudden enthusiasm for small cap stocks appears to be a kind of circular thinking. These riskier, less-well capitalized shares would benefit from an easing in Federal Reserve monetary policy.” This could be good news for the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM), which tracks the Russell 2000 small cap index.
- Inflation Shifts Showing Up. Want some proof that prices are coming down? The average price of a 16-pound turkey is $27.35 this year, which is down 5.6% from last year. Wholesale turkey prices are down 32%, so prices are indeed getting better!
- Analysts Cut Tesla Price Target. Jefferies lowered its price target on TSLA from $250 to $210 while maintaining a “Hold” rating on the shares. The firm said it recognizes the future value of Tesla’s “Fully Self-Driving” program and Optimus humanoid robot, but it added that these innovations are not “near-term substitutes to solid core performance.”