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Peter McKenna

The Event-Trading system was developed by Peter McKenna, a journalist with more than 20 years of experience reporting on the stock market. As a reporter for Investor’s Business Daily, he watched in horror as thousands of small investors lost their money when the tech bubble crashed. He went looking for a better system, a system that would put the power back in the hands of the small investor and keep the so called professionals at bay. The system he found was the Event Trading Phenomenon.

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The Event-Trading Phenomenon introduces a new trading system that is destined to become the most popular trading strategy ever devised. It offers substantial profits with minimal risk.

Under the event trading rules, you will trade only when a news event makes market direction highly predictable for just one day. And when the right news event occurs, event traders trade index options rather than stocks. They do not have to be stock pickers and they can earn large, one-day profits that would not be possible with stocks. This strategy keeps market risk extremely low.

The event system is not a simple-minded, knee jerk reaction to good and bad news. It is a highly disciplined strategy that keeps investors out of the market unless the right news is released under the right market circumstances.

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The U.S. dollar has been on an unstoppable run since the start of the second quarter. In fact, it just rallied to a five-month high after the U.S. and China called a truce over trade tariffs, prompting investors to cut back on their short positions on the dollar, and on news that an improving U.S. economy could bolster the Federal Reserve’s tightening stance.

And while that’s great news for dollar bulls, it’s not welcomed news for corporate America. This week we look at what markets to trade given the dollar’s strong performance.

Lee Gettess shares our next bit of insight with a video covering his market expectations for the next week.

Then, Peter McKenna talks about alternative trading methods.

Last, Chris Verhaegh offers his PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter.


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How Smart Traders are Playing the Dollar

by Ian Cooper

The U.S. dollar has been on an unstoppable run since the start of the second quarter.

In fact, it just rallied to a five-month high after the U.S. and China called a truce over trade tariffs, prompting investors to cut back on their short positions on the dollar, and on news that an improving U.S. economy could bolster the Federal Reserve’s tightening stance.

As a matter of fact, many analysts believe the dollar will continue to rally with the central bank expected to raise interest rates two more times this year, and another three times in 2019.

And while that’s great news for dollar bulls, it’s not welcomed news for corporate America.

It wasn’t long ago that Nike, Costco and FedEx were crediting a weaker dollar for boosting their earnings because it made their products less expensive in foreign markets. Companies can report higher revenue from overseas numbers whey they translate international sales back into dollars.

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Lee Gettess' Market Sense

by Lee Gettess

Lee Gettess is a top trader who is excited to bring you his video newsletter. Each week, Lee will share his predictions on what he anticipates from the bond and S&P markets.

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The Alternatives to Event Trading

by Peter McKenna

The following is an excerpt from Peter McKenna's The Event-Trading Phenomenon

It would not be proper to advocate a strategy of trading only when events move the market without discussing the alternatives. I’d like to discuss the alternatives to event trading and demonstrate why they will likely not generate great profits for traders in coming years. If you do not trade events, you have the following alternatives.

Identify Good Stocks and Sell Them

Identify good stocks and sell them when a profit is made. To find a good stock among the 9,000 publicly traded stocks you need a good screening system. There are dozens of systems out there for sale. If you spend a half hour surfing the Internet, you will find amazing claims by people who want to sell you their system for finding good stocks. Try to avoid them at all costs.

In my experience, there is only one reliable stock-picking system. It is the CAN SLIM system developed by William J. O’Neil, the founder of Investor’s Business Daily. O’Neil is a modern day genius. That opinion is unsolicited. I have watched O’Neil’s system work for many, many investors.

Alternatives to Event Trading

PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter

by Chris Verhaegh

Every week Chris publishes his PULSE Options Weekly Newsletter. The following is an excerpt from his most recent issue.

First Things First

This upcoming week ends with the three-day Memorial Day Holiday. And as such we should not be surprised if the trading activity is a little light on Friday as many traders might look to get a head start on their time off.

One might think that next week’s trading activity might be light across the board. There’s not much left in the way of Earnings Season. There are only a handful of stocks releasing their Earnings which we might consider trading. And none of them really have the ability to move the market as a whole.

Tuesday, May 22, Before the Open:
AutoZone (AZO), Toll Brothers (TOL)

Wednesday, May 23, Before the Open:
Lowe’s Companies (LOW), Target (TGT)

Truly, the big event for next week is Wednesday’s FOMC Meeting Minutes release by the Federal Reserve (the “Fed”). Understand the Fed releases the Meeting Minutes three weeks to the day after their FOMC Meetings.

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