The Longer This Happens, The Better Your Investments Will Perform

Morgan Stanley recently issued an alert saying that going long on the S&P 500 Index presented the best buying opportunity in 20 years.

To investors still caught up in the sky-is-falling talk that’s been spewing out of the talking heads on cable, that might sound absurd.

But not to you.

That’s because I’ve been keeping you on top of profit-making opportunities before Wall Street catches on. Specifically, I’m taking about the “big call” I made during our conversation on March 1.

In that report, I shared a chart that showed the market had hit bottom on Feb. 11. I also showed you how the S&P 500 had entered a healthy uptrend – and called for a breakout in stocks.

Since then, as Morgan Stanley’s recent alert perfectly illustrates, Wall Street has jumped on the bandwagon. That’s just where we like to be – ahead of the Street.

Today, I’m once again getting you out in front with a chart that shows you how the market has once again crossed a critical bullish threshold.

Very few people are talking about this yet.

And that makes this a big opportunity for you…

Ahead of the Game

Morgan Stanley’s alert made headlines throughout the financial world because many investors were still worried the market remained in a downtrend.

You all weren’t.

That’s because we were way out in front of Morgan Stanley and the rest of the financial world.

In fact, since the market opened on the day of our conversation, the S&P 500 has returned just over 6%, for an annualized return of 72%.

This is why I tell investors like you that they should always have some money working for you in the market. Otherwise, you can miss a big uptrend just like the one I predicted.

Here’s what I said at the time:

“In other words, the market is starting to trade in a healthy range, because more bulls are convinced we have upside steam after bargain hunting. By buying stocks at discounts, traders and investors have pushed the market back into what appears to be a solid rebound.”

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Author: Travis Esquivel

Travis Esquivel is an engineer, passionate soccer player and full-time dad. He enjoys writing about innovation and technology from time to time.

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