How to force the top 100 Wall Street analysts to work for you – for free

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How to force the top 100 Wall Street analysts to work for you – for free

The median income of a Wall Street analyst is $83,000 per year according to Emolument (a salary benchmarking website).

That’s higher than the average salary, but some of these guys work their tail off – 60+ hours a week.

If you had 100 analysts on your team, it would cost at least 8.3 million smackers a year right?

What if I told you that there’s a way that you could leverage their hard work for free?

What if I told you that you could leverage the minds of millions of investors – again, all for free?

By leveraging the actions of other people, some of the greatest traders have made millions with very little work.

If you work for one hour a month on your trading, and that nets you $10,000…

…your hourly rate is $10,000 per hour right?

What other j-o-b in this universe pays that much?

There are two ways to distill thousands of hours of other people’s work so you can reap the benefits.

I call them the 2P’s.

P #1: Price.

Price behavior, which the is effect of thousands of people doing their trading, predicts future prices rather nicely.

That was the entire premise of my report: The Relaxed Investor.

In the report, I proved that since 1926, you could easily beat the markets by switching into the strongest assets every month.

Much like choosing which restaurant to go to by the size of the line, price momentum tells you which assets to hold.

Next up, we have…

P #2: Positioning.

Finding out how certain players in the game are positioned is the road less traveled, which explains why it works so well.

While there’s nothing wrong with monitoring price behavior, the barrier to entry is much lower than uncovering how traders and investors are positioned.

There are several ways to monitor positioning.

Some traders like to use put/call ratios, odd-lot shorts, short interest, the list goes on…

I’ve personally looked at the above data, ran the numbers through a computer…but didn’t find much.

The big breakthrough came from the U.S. government’s COT report, which forces participants in the futures market to report their positions.

It’s important that they do this work because the tremendous leverage afforded to these players can effectively corner the market.

The Hunt brothers did exactly that in the silver market back in 1980, causing silver to rise 713% before COMEX changed their margin rules, forcing the Hunts to liquidate at massive losses.

Just prior to the 1987, 1997, 1998, 2000-2002, 2008, and 2011 crashes (to name a few), there were massive fluctuations in the government’s COT data.

Ferreting out these large changes can be very beneficial to one’s portfolio…

…especially with the most volatile months – September and October – upon us.

Trade smart,

Dan “Prince of Proof” Murphy

Note: If you're looking to leverage your time — and the time of others — so you don't end up working like mad with little to show for it, there's a way for the small investor to fight back and win for a change.

It's a strategy that doesn't involve price as an input, yet it's predicted every major bull and bear market since its inception.

Learn more here >>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
Government required disclaimer: The results listed herein are based on hypothetical trades. Plainly speaking, these trades were not actually executed. Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain inherent limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, since the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under (or over) compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors such as lack of liquidity. You may have done better or worse than the results portrayed.