Make Money Investing in a Recession, Trading Tips & Strategies

Today we look at a few investment strategies, including ways to profit even when markets are in decline and in a recession. Topics include short selling stocks, inverse ETF’s, precious metals focusing on silver coins, cryptos, housing, and much more. In a choppy and volatile market, many traders are “range trading” the indexes using long and inverse ETF’s such as $UDOW and $SDOW. Day traders can always find ways to profit in any market so we also take a brief look into the techniques of longing and shorting penny stocks. Precious metal stacker’s are waiting for the next surge in gold and silver as current prices are way lower now than they were even 30 to 40 years ago.

My preferred strategy is “sit and wait” for a severe market decline, then jump in at mega discount prices. Never go “all in” on a trade, unless you’re an experienced day-trader or can handle the risk tolerance. Nothing discussed in this video report should be taken as investment advice. These are just some ways that I have made profits over the years. Everyone should consider your own lifestyle, risk, money management, and timing strategies when it comes to investing.
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Also, I cannot offer specific investment advice due to the complicated and detailed nature of everyone’s personal, unique financial and life situations. Although I usually include sources, charts, data, and links to the subject matter in my videos, the views expressed in my videos are often “one man’s opinion” and should not be taken as financial advice, in any way. I urge you to seek professional counsel and for everyone to do their own due diligence prior to making any significant decisions regarding financial and investment matters.

Jeff Killian

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