Another HUGE winner!
That's $5,500 in two days using the Futures Trade Ideas we published right here in our morning post on Wednesday and Thursday but, sadly, not for my readers at Seeking Alpha, where the editors felt yesterday's post was "more of a marketing pitch than investment commentary" and rejected it. You see, on Wednesday, we had 3 Futures Trade Ideas which made our readers $2,500 and on Thursday I talked about how well they went – so that was considered to be a promotion of our services – where we have trade ideas like these for our Members every day.
Of course, if we don't let you know how our prior trades went, then the new trades will seem like random picks and, without context, they would be difficult to understand. The same goes for our slow-moving portfolio strategies, where we do not promise quick returns like other service but focus on a BALANCED Portfolio Model using our "How to Get Rich Slowly" techniques over longer periods of time.
It's not like we don't know how to make short-term money – that's what I got in trouble for at SA because on Wednesday I said:
The S&P gets to 2,100 and we short /ES Futures at 2,100 (with tight stops above the line) and Russell (/TF) Futures below the 1,200 line and Nikkei (/NKD) Futures below the 20,000 line and then, tomorrow or Friday, I'll tell you how much money we made shorting and you'll say "why do I never catch these great trade ideas" and I'll say it's because you're not patient enough to wait for the pattern to reset itself and just make the obvious play.
This is the 11th time the S&P has been over 2,100 since May and, so far, it's been like a little money machine for us all year long on the short side. I know this time may be different and the last 10 times may have