The best thing about WealthPress is that we have stock market experts who specialize in just about everything…

And one of our experts, Joy of the Trade’s Jeff Zananiri, specializes in the best linked trades. 

Even though that’s his thing, I’ve been receiving tons of emails from my subscribers this week asking me about linked trades — like what are the best linked trades, how can I take advantage of them and when is the best time to trade them? 

So today I thought I’d give you some pointers. This video isn’t a substitute for Jeff’s Money Links alerts, but it will give you a good place to start… 

(Disclaimer: If you guys want to learn everything you need to know about finding the best linked trades, Jeff’s Money Links alerts is the way to go.)

How I Find My Best Linked Trades 

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As the name suggests, “linked trades” is a trading strategy that involves coupling a long position with a short position in two stocks with high correlation. It uses statistical and technical analysis that lets investors find potential profits during virtually any market condition. 

In other words, the goal is to find an inverse relationship. A good example of this would be Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden. These two men are highly linked because they were both running in the 2020 presidential election, yet they are polar opposites. It’s pretty likely that a good day for one is a bad day for the other . 

But the best part about linked trades is that you don’t have to be right about both sides. You only have to be right about one side. 

And usually in a bullish market, the strongest stocks will jump the highest. In a bearish market, the weakest stocks tend to fall the most. 

Linked trades automatically give investors and traders strong relative strength (the price trend of a stock compared to another stock) correlation. 

So, let’s take a look at how I like to find my best linked trades… 

Watch the video and leave a comment in the section below. Did you find my analysis helpful? Do you plan to join Jeff Zananiri’s Money Links alerts? I’d love to hear your thoughts.


P.S. Did you know that you could turn $5.1 million into over $700 million using a little-known market quirk…

And that you can use the same strategy whether your account has $5,000 or $500,000 in it…? 

Well folks, you better believe it! 

It’s called the “Money Link” strategy, and it’s based on a mathematical fact with 96% certainty! Take the Apple Inc (Nasdaq: AAPL)/BlackBerry Ltd (NYSE: BB) link for example… as Blackberry declined, Apple’s stock soared. 

But how do you find these links? I’m glad you asked…

Linked Stocks expert Jeff Zananiri is finally ready to reveal this strategy with everyday folks like you and me… 

Click here to start multiplying your cash.