Most investors cower under current market conditions. But fear energizes one investor subset: our Jump Point Trader (JPT) subscribers. Volatility plays right into the strength of the JPT system. As Teeka Tiwari, chief analyst of the elite “momentum trading” service, wrote in a recent note…
The markets are acting exactly how we want them to… wild and volatile. The most recent sell-off in the S&P 500 is great news for us. That’s because the Jump Point Trader system kicks in after a stock pulls back and starts running higher again.
That’s exactly what happened with Teeka’s first-ever JPT recommendation: Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).
After the S&P 500 retreated almost 10% in October 2014, Teeka recommended NOC on November 10. His proprietary JPT system indicated the stock had hit a fresh “jump point.” In only two months, the stock ripped almost 16% higher.
Northrop Grumman Shares Rip Higher
After Teeka’s Recommendation
But Teeka does not just supply his JPT readers with stock trades… he also includes options trades on every recommendation. (Options trades can “juice” returns for investors with a higher risk tolerance.) For subscribers who chose to follow Teeka’s NOC option recommendation (instead of the stock)… their gain is now almost 96%.
Northrop Grumman Options Have Risen Almost 100%
The NOC trade is not the only one making JPT subscribers happy.
Of 14 total positions in the portfolio (seven stocks and seven options), six are up double digits in two months. To date, JPT’s average overall gain is 5% on stocks and 31% on options. That’s a 30% annualized return on stocks and 186% annualized return on options.
But here’s the best part… Teeka’s rigid JPT risk-management techniques teach subscribers to cap their risk. That lets them harness volatility for what it really is: opportunity.
It’s too late to get in on the Northrop trade, but three JPT stocks are still under their “buy-up-to” prices. Plus another jolt to the overall market will open up fresh “jump points” in brand-new positions.
In just two weeks, JPT will reopen for subscriptions. Stay tuned for updates on how to get in on this. (If you’re a current subscriber, please submit your feedback to Teeka, right here.)