Introducing the “JPow Protection Plan”

If you’re sick and tired of losing money every time Fed Chairman Jerome Powell steps up to the podium, you’re in luck…

My new video reveals what I’m calling the “JPow Protection Plan.”

Every time the Fed speaks, we make one simple trade…

Which is designed to make money as the market falls.

We’ve made multiple plays like this in 2023 – and all have been winners.

Check out the candid short video below…

Fed Announcement? Trade This



The trade is simple: We buy puts on the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust (NYSE: DIA) every time the Fed is scheduled to speak – and we profit if the markets fall lower on the hawkish comments. Seem too simple to be true? Consider these results:

JPow Protection Plan Trades in 2023

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  • Public Confidence Is Being Tested. Over the weekend, the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) issued a joint statement saying they were “taking decisive actions to protect the U.S. economy by strengthening public confidence in our banking system.” Strong banks like JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo could be buyable on this dip. Tracking.
  • Gold Is Shining. As we’ve known for a while in The War Room (because we’ve been holding GLD for the last few weeks), gold could reemerge as a safe haven in the midst of this financial pressure. We sold our GLD play last week, but if we need to reload a new gold play, we certainly will.
  • Bad News Everywhere. As I’m sure you know, last week was very difficult. First, there was the failure of Silicon Valley Bank (SIVB), which had over $200 billion in assets. Then came hawkish comments from JPow, which triggered more selling pressure. And then came the liquidation of crypto-focused Silvergate Capital (SI). All told, it was an awful market week… The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the week down 4.44%, which was its worst weekly performance since June.
  • Software Company in Play? On March 1, Okta reported earnings of $0.30 per share, which beat the forecast of $0.09. The timing has been off as the markets have been pulling back – but the strong report could still present an opportunity.
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