About Sure Money
Over the years, mainstream media and “alternative” investment publications have come up with all sorts of creative explanations for what moves markets and when you should buy and sell. Various events in the news cycle. Conspiracies. Complex charts and technical indicators.
In reality, it’s a lot simpler than that. There’s only one thing that moves markets – liquidity. And liquidity generates profits on a monthly schedule…if you know where to look.
Here’s how it works:
- Central banks control liquidity.
- Liquidity controls the markets.
- Watch where central banks are sending the money, and you’ll be able to accurately predict the direction of the markets – up or down — every month.
It’s the “surest” money there is.
The best part is, this information isn’t a secret. The Fed releases this data and telegraphs where it’s sending its money on a regular basis, as do other central banks like the ECB and BoJ. However, this information is deliberately buried. Most investors don’t know how to find it (and that’s not a surprise).
After half a century as a trader starting when I was 13 years old, watching the old traders in the galleries at Walston & Company, I’ve learned from the ground up how this system works. I stumbled onto it almost by accident when these wise men used to tell me over and over again, “Don’t fight the Fed.” As I got older and became a more experienced trader, I went “behind the scenes” and explored the massive amounts of data the Fed and US Treasury release every week…until I finally decoded what it all meant. I read the reports, crunched the numbers, and developed a simple indicator that tracks the major central banks’ actions every month.
I call it the LAMPP indicator (Liquidity and Monetary Policy Profits).
Depending on where the central banks are sending money, the LAMPP indicator registers a green (buy), yellow (hold), or red (sell) signal at the start of every month. Click here to see how it works.
Then, throughout the month, I send you alerts that include specific long or short strategies you should use to profit. (I’ve developed a variety of charts and indicators that I use to analyze the markets and come up with fine-tuned profit strategies.
I also sprinkle in plenty of market analysis and mythbusting based on my 50-year career as a technical analysis systems developer, an options trader, and an adviser to some of Wall Street’s brightest stars.