The Key To Finding Triple-Digit Gains In Any Market

It’s a simple fact of life: all good things must come to an end.

Great books… relaxing tropical vacations… even bull markets have to end at some point.

#-ad_banner-#You see, the market has only had two prolonged periods of low (or negative) returns in the past 35 years. But the overall trajectory of the market has been clear: up.

It’s easy to see how investors may have become spoiled by this extended period of upward movement. But it could all be coming to an end, which is why it’s critical for you to have a plan.

“Bond King” Bill Gross has referred to the last 35 years as a “super cycle” for the market. It’s turned every $10,000 invested back in 1981 into more than $176,000 today.

To understand what he’s talking about, take a look at this chart.

Investing gurus like Stanley Druckenmiller, George Soros, Ray Dalio and Jeremy Grantham have been warning investors to expect lower returns from the market in the coming years. And the “Bond King” shares this sentiment.

When you consider the accumulation of massive government debt, monumental demographic challenges and central bank-fueled liquidity it can only point to a “sense of an ending,” as Gross calls it.

This all sounds pretty doom and gloom, but Gross provides some advice as well.

In a recent letter, he wrote that “the successful portfolio manager for the next 35 years will be one that refocuses on the possibility of periodic negative returns” and uses an “unconstrained” approach to investing.

Remember that word. Unconstrained.

This kind of portfolio doesn’t follow a traditional benchmark; in other words, you simply invest in whatever provides the best return with least possible risk.

The market is changing, and soon it will be much tougher for investors to earn the types of returns they’ve grown accustomed to over the past 35 years.

That means you will need to be willing to step outside of your comfort zone and go into areas of the market you’ve never ventured into before to find profitable investments.

And to do that, you will need to utilize every weapon in your arsenal.

One tool in particular that falls right in line with this idea of an unconstrained portfolio is the Maximum Profit system.

The system provides exactly what investors will need in the coming years: maximum possible returns with the least possible risk. It doesn’t favor any particular stock or industry; it simply relies on the numbers to let you know what’s working in the market and where you should be investing.

It could be small-cap stocks, well-known blue-chips, biotechs or international stocks… you name it. As I said, the system doesn’t stick to just one thing.

For example, last year the system was 60% invested in energy-related stocks, but once the sector began losing momentum, Maximum Profit rotated into more defensive names.

Currently the system is sitting on six double-digit winners from various sectors of the market, and we just closed a trade on AmTrust Financial for a 21.7% return. Take a look:



As you can see, financial stocks have been some of the biggest winners so far this year, and Maximum Profit found three that have returned double-digit gains in the past few months.

But you can bet that once the fortunes of this sector start to turn, the system will immediately warn investors to sell their shares and lock in profits.

Going forward, I can’t guarantee you’ll be able to see gains quite this big. As a whole, the market could very well see few big gainers, and the total return might be a little less than what we’ve all become accustomed to.

But make no mistake, the Maximum Profit system is designed to beat the broader market regardless of whether we’re in a bull market or a bear market.

It does this by finding stocks entering a “profit cycle,” or periods when a stock is firing on all cylinders. By using two little-known, but rigorously proven indicators, the system identifies stocks just as they’re entering a profit cycle, allowing you to buy and ride the shares up. The system then sends a signal to sell when the ride is over.

That means going forward, no matter where the market’s best performers are, you’ll be able to track them down.

You don’t have to be an expert to use the Maximum Profit system. And over time, the disciplined rules and signals will make you a better, more efficient investor.

In fact, with this system, you’ll be able to profit from stocks and industries you may have little-to-no experience with.

That’s what the system did with Lannett Co. (NYSE: LCI) back in 2013. The stock had been trading sideways for nearly an entire decade. But as soon as things turned around — and LCI began to hit its profit cycle — Maximum Profit investors jumped in and earned 181% in 13 months.





The bottom line is this.

Going forward, it simply won’t be as easy to earn huge returns as it has been over the past 35 years. (In fact, many investors will need to redefine their take on what constitutes a “huge” return.)

But if you do your homework and are willing to step outside of your investing comfort zone, then you’ll position yourself to continue earning market-beating gains in the years to come.

The Maximum Profit system is the perfect way for you to do this.

It allows you to spend less time trying to decide which stocks to buy and sell and spend more time watching your gains pile up. The system has already helped investors just like you find dozens of double, even triple-digit winners.

I’ve prepared a brief report on how the system works — don’t worry it isn’t long. It’s designed to tell you everything you need to know in about seven minutes. And in the process, it’ll make you a better investor.

I urge you to take a look. Using the Maximum Profit system could be your best chance to continue producing outsized gains in the coming years.

I’m including a link for you to quickly access my new report. It could be the most important seven minutes you’ll spend today.

Click here now to access the report.