Become a ‘Crash Proof’ Trader
When the Bull Market Ends How Will You React?
FEATURING: John F. Carter with Special Guest Marc Chaikin
 TUESDAY, MARCH 13th 
3PM PST | 5PM CST | 6PM EST
The market is starting to show tell tale signs that the historic bull run, may finally be coming to an end.
For those who've become complacent with "Buy the Dip," they're in store for a rude awakening once the music stops. In this special presentation, John F. Carter with special guest, Marc Chaikin will discuss where they think the market is headed and how they plan to trade the next bear market. Here's some of what they'll discuss during the webinar:
  •  The ‘Market Vitals’ I always keep an eye on with a ‘sick’ bull market
  •  How to know when it’s time to stop buying the dip (and start selling the rallies)
  •  The strategies that make a ‘Crash Proof’ Trader
  •  Why the monthly chart of the Nasdaq should be concerning
  •  What a Fed without ‘ammo’ means for the next crash
  •   Why you should care about the dollar tumbling
  •  How Japan can be a looking glass into the U.S.’ future
  •  What tools I use for a bear market
  •  How a poorly timed Fed rate hike could be the nail in the coffin for this bull market
  •  The story the bond market is starting to tell
  •  What does a negative interest rate means for the markets

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John Carter’s father was a Morgan Stanley stock broker. One day during high school, John came home from the mall where he was working at a store making cookies. He had saved up $1,000 over the course of a few months and his dad told him that he and some of his friends were going to buy “some call options on Intel” the next day. With his father’s direction, he bought 10 call options at $0.75, and sold them a few days later for $1.50, doubling his money. He was hooked and has been trading ever since—going on 25+ years now.
Marc Chaikin A 40-year Stock Market icon and long standing colleague. He’s been following the markets for a long time and has seen every trick it has in its playbook. After the Sunday Training session, Marc and John Carter will sit down for a very important macro discussion on the markets. We plan to provide our insights into where we think the markets and the world could be headed.
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