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How This Strategy Gave Us a 7-Trade Winning Streak

by | Sep 3, 2021 | Uncategorized

I get a lot of questions in regard to our Burn Notice trading strategy about how and when we get in and out of trades… how I unearth Wall Street’s biggest weakness… and how we continually lock in overnight payday opportunities every single day.

So today — after this strategy delivered seven consecutive wins this past week — I’d like to break down some recent trades to give you a better idea of what Burn Notice is. 

This should help you understand how I’m able to make money almost every day of the week and, hopefully, you’ll get an idea of how you can start fading the market on your own! 

Every day, Wall Street firms get buy and sell orders from clients all day. We’re talking billions of dollars moving back and forth — $1.8 billion on average.

And when clients want their money, Wall Street has to cash out of investments to hand it over.The big funds wait until the end of the day to see how much cash they need to give clients, and then pull it all out of the market. 

This explains why what I call “Burn Windows” happen at the same time every day.

Once I find an area of the market that has strong fade potential, I roll up my sleeves and do my research to make sure I can make sense of the trade. 

I won’t lie… this is partly an artform. And it comes from years of experience “reading the tape,” so to speak. 

So let’s dive in and take a look at our seven-day winning streak with my Burn Notice Alerts!

7 Winner’s from the Burn Notice Alerts Trading Strategy

These are all of our winning trades so far (one short or long stock and option play for each trading day of the week, all cashed out in one trading day):

Aug. 23 — NVIDIA Corp. (Nasdaq: NVDA).

  • Short stock — +0.84%.

  • Option play — +11.07%.

Aug. 24 — Baidu Inc. (Nasdaq: BIDU).

  • Short stock — +2.06%.

  • Option play — +22.41%.

Aug. 25 — Albemarle Corp. (NYSE: ALB).

  • Short stock — +0.45%.

  • Option play — +5.61%.

Aug. 26 — Under Armour Inc. Class A (NYSE: UAA).

  • Long stock — +1.19%.

  • Option play — +12.16%.

Aug. 30 — Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).

  • Short stock — +0.83%.

  • Option play — +21.88%.

Aug. 31 — Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. (Nasdaq: WBA).

  • Short stock — +2.01%.

  • Option play — +25.97%.

Sept. 1 — JD.Com Inc. (Nasdaq: JD).

  • Short stock — +0.88%.

  • Option play — +7.26%.

If any of this sounds or looks intimidating right now, don’t worry. It’ll all make sense once you start reading my Burn Notice Alerts weekly updates and watching my videos. 

And if you have any questions about this strategy, or trading questions in general, make sure to email me at Jeff@joyofthetrade.com!  


WRITTEN BY<br>Jeff Zananiri

Jeff Zananiri

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