[Crash Canary Alert] Monday’s switch


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Times are a changing.

The air is getting colder.

Daylight savings goes on hiatus.

And it’s time to make November’s Crash Canary trades.

After a fake out “Crazy Ivan” month, the Canary is singing away with no crash in sight.

Not that October was a bad month for the Canary. He got it right with his warning to go 50% treasuries.

Up over 3% for the month.

“Ditch Long-term bonds”

So we’ll ditch TLT (long-term bonds) Monday morning, and buy XLF (Financial stocks).

The Canary says to hold XLP.

Not a big surprise considering it’s at new highs.

Buying stocks at new highs is uncomfortable for most people.

Not root canal uncomfortable.

More like being in the middle seat on a coast-to-coast flight between two crying babies.

But eventually the kiddies nod off and you can enjoy your inflight movie with a salty pack of peanuts.

Over time you’ll get used to buying at nosebleed levels because that’s what can add an extra comma to your account.

Trade smart,


Editor's note: October's been a wild ride. But November through April is supposedly the hottest period to trade historically for the last century. Which will win out? All is revealed in the Atlas Order's November update…hurry, the next trade signal is for Monday morning sharp. Find out more here >>

Crash Canary Status:


Crash Canary Status 10/31/14: (100% stocks)

Highest Ranked Positions 10/31/14: XLF, XLP

Current Positions: TLT (50%), XLP (50%)

Canary says: “Squawk! Sell TLT and replace with XLF. Hold XLP. Remember: Your trading is your choice. Tweet tweet”

About the Crash Canary: Based on scientific research conducted back to 1926, the Crash Canary invests in US bonds and stock sectors once a month. Consider it a “lite” yet fully functional trading model derived from the global Atlas Order strategy. Both have performed exactly as advertised in the harshest environment known to any trading model: The future.