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Why All Signs Point Toward Value Stocks Dominating 2022

by | Dec 17, 2021 | Stocks

December has been an insane month, and I expect we’re gearing up to see one of the most memorable years of trading in two decades during 2022. And if you don’t learn how to spot institutional money flow in this type of market, then you’re going to be left holding the bag…

We’ve had the longest, most extended bull market in American history in growth stocks over the course of the past 11 years. 

But now I’m seeing a tectonic shift happening underneath the hood, and it’s important that every investor on the stock market knows about it before it’s too late…

If you don’t play this shift right — or don’t get in on the correct institutional flows — you’re going to get stuck in stocks that’ll get smoked… while others rip higher around you.    

How to Spot Institutional Money Flow Like a Seasoned Trader

Luckily, I have a game plan that’ll allow traders to take opportunities from the long side as the money starts flowing into value stocks in 2022 — and out of growth.

In fact, I’m already seeing the shift happen in December!

Just take a look at Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) — the Monthly Money Flows trade for December — and the S&P 500. 

For those unfamiliar with my methods, I have a simple and cost-effective trading strategy that spots institutional money flow into a stock — allowing traders to ride that wave.

Click here to learn more about Monthly Money Flows.

The S&P 500 has done well this month due to defensive names like KR. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq 100-tracking Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 (Nasdaq: QQQ) and ARK Innovation ETF (NYSEArca: ARKK) — which are all growth stocks with no earnings — are getting smashed.   

ARKK is almost down 7% month to date — but Kroger is up 14%. 

When we look at them from a year ago, and then 10 years ago, things get much more interesting… You’ll see that while ARKK was outperforming by over 400% at one time, you can almost pinpoint where it started to collapse when you know how to spot institutional money flow.

And wouldn’t you know it… it was around the same time Kroger’s stock started to rise… 

If you’re not following the institutional money flow of stocks, then you could get yourself into names that are 70% off their highs. 

Names like these…

Watch the video below to learn more about how to spot institutional money flow, and what stocks to avoid right now.

And as always, send any trading questions to jeff@joyofthetrade.com and stay ahead of the markets, especially these choppy ones, by subscribing to our YouTube channel

P.S. My Burn Notice Alerts traders enjoy a minimum of four trades per week… Which quickly adds up to more than 200 trading opportunities a year. 

With so many chances to play the market, my best students have enjoyed profits like 69% on BA… 113% on JOE… and 126% on FB… all overnight!

And that’s just to name a few…

So I want everyone to join me for the first anniversary of Burn Notice Alerts — the Burniversary! 

I’ll dive deep into the portfolio and make other exciting announcements, so be sure to bring a pen and paper! 

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WRITTEN BY<br>Jeff Zananiri

Jeff Zananiri

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