How to Build the Perfect Track Record
I don’t come into the office too early these days.
This morning was different, however.
The sun was just barely creeping over the horizon, and the parking lot was barren except for a Kona blue, 2010 Mustang GT coupe that was parked right in my spot.
It was an ugly car, to be sure, with a horrid saddle leather interior and a pair of dirty shoes hanging on to the mag rims that I mistook for cheap plastic… the kind of slow-rust bucket you hear yacht rock blasting out of next to you at a red light.
I didn’t give it further interest, and I came across an intriguing sight as I navigated the hallways and made my way to my desk.
The office directly across from me was boarded up, which seemed odd given how empty the place was. The door was ajar.
So, always being the curious type, I took a sneak peek at what was inside.
What could possibly go wrong?
The moment I peered inside, I saw my colleague, Christian DeHaemer, hunched over his desk. His attention was so focused on what he was holding that he didn’t hear the door squeak.
Chris was thumbing through a dirty, aged, and a suspiciously nondescript three-ring binder made of brown leather. He was mumbling to himself as his fingers flipped the worn pages over, almost covetously.
Another creak from the door and his head snapped up in alarm.
Now, I knew that Chris had been burning the late-night oil during the COVID quarantine.
It also wasn’t hard to put two and two together considering how quickly he immediately snapped the leather binder shut and tried to shuffle it out of sight.
Fortunately, for us, he didn’t do a good job hiding his excitement.
When I asked him about the binder, his eyes lit up right away.
“Call it a cheat code of sorts for trading,” he told me, “and we’re going to make a killing off it.”
If there’s one thing you and I both know about Chris, it’s that takes his readers’ track record seriously. More importantly, we know the kinds of profits they’re used to.
Look, it’s easy to get a little jealous itch when you see Christian’s track record.
I saw firsthand the 2,528% gain his readers raked in from Bitcoin back in 2018.
The 120% they cashed out with after their Visa trade.
The 170% of our investment community banked on his Gazprom call.
Or the multitude of double-digit gains that have pushed their portfolios higher.
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But as I said, this morning felt different.
It was because soon that little brown playbook would be in your hands.
There are plenty of traders out there that are good at what they do.
I have many friends that make money when the bulls are in charge and another group that turns a tidy profit when the bears are in the driver’s seat.
But I’m telling you that Christian DeHaemer is an entirely different kind of machine.
You see, he has a knack for making his readers money — no matter which direction the market is heading!
That is a rare gift.
“Inside here, Keith,” he started, “is the secret to every successful trader on Wall Street over the last 90 years. We finally got our hands on it, and it’s going to give my readers a massively unfair advantage during this economic recovery.”
Only a handful of copies were made, and now one rests comfortably in Chris’s possession.
The really beautiful part here for our investment community is that revealing this Wall Street trade secret is a win-win situation.
Not only will you and I have the chance to make that cold, hard cash right along with Chris, but the ease with which we’ll execute those trades will be unparalleled.
You see, he’s taken all the hard work out of it.
It’s simple, really.
He’ll line up the ducks. We’ll shoot them down.
On Monday, he’s going to lay out all the details for you.
I strongly recommend you take a minute out of your morning and profit from what he has to say.
Until next time,
A true insider in the energy markets, Keith is one of few financial reporters to have visited the Alberta oil sands. His research has helped thousands of investors capitalize from the rapidly changing face of energy. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital as well as Investment Director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor. For years, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the Bakken, the Haynesville Shale, and the Marcellus natural gas formations — all ahead of the mainstream media. For more on Keith, go to his editor's page.
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