How Adam and Mike Sync Up

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How Adam and Mike Sync Up

When I found out we were bringing Mike Carr into the Money & Markets fold, I had one response: “Why did it take this long?!”

Jokes aside, it felt like such a natural move…

Like Adam O’Dell, Mike is laser-focused on developing trading systems that work. And they both strive to help anyone understand how to maximize the potential these trading systems hold.

And that’s what Mike did with his brand-new Apex Alert. He’s developed a seasonal strategy that implements Adam’s Green Zone Power Ratings to find the best stocks to buy during 15 specific profit seasons each year. If that already sounds intriguing enough, click here to watch his brand-new Apex Profit Calendar summit now.

But if you’re still curious about Mike and how he’s incorporating Adam’s systems into his own, we’ve got you covered.

Below you’ll find a snippet of a recent conversation between Mike and Adam. They go over the broader strokes of Apex Alert, and why Green Zone Power Ratings was the perfect fit for this brand-new strategy.

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Here are some time stamps to jump to a specific topic:

  • Apex’s holding period and sector rotation. [0:00]

  • How Mike is maximizing Green Zone Power Ratings. [2:32]

  • The long view with Apex Alert. [5:59]

  • Benefits of a concentrated portfolio. [8:00]

If you prefer to read, you can check out an excerpt from Mike and Adam’s conversation below.

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Read on, or click here to view the transcript in full.

The Right Rotation

Adam: So tell us a little bit about sector rotation and the time frame on which you're using seasonality and some of the reasons why, for example, in the energy sector or oil and gas or whatever sector you'd like to talk about, you start to see some of these seasonal patterns.

Mike: I mean, you've had great success with that short-term strategy, and your readers, your subscribers have enjoyed that so much.

This [new strategy] is longer term. We're looking at maybe an average of 45 days, some shorter, some longer, and we're just looking at the seasonal patterns in the sectors and they occur because the same things happen at the same time.

Every year, companies release earnings at about the same time. So we have those four events marked out on the calendar. Stocks react to that.

Drilling down a little bit deeper, trade shows occur at the same time every year. You know, the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas is the same time every year. That's a well-known one. But the biotech companies all get together at the same time every year and they want to make a big splash there. They introduce their new products. We see the same in every sector.

So there's an underlying reason that a sector will move at a different time and maybe we can understand it. You know, going back to, like you said, the best six months, the reasoning behind that is the fall has historically been a tough time for stocks, and that goes back to the 1800s.

And it was easy to understand that money was gold. They used to put gold on the train and send it out west in the fall so that banks would have money to give to the granaries to buy the corn from the farmers. And then the farmers would repay the loans to the banks. The money would go right back on a train. Markets crashed because they didn't have enough money.

Why does it work today that way? Why are September and October so dangerous? No explanation at all, just tradition. But it had a great reason in the 1800s.

So we're seeing that play out. We're just jumping on the right sectors now. We're finding when they're up and down through backtesting. And then we have looked for the reason we understand the rationale behind it, and then we find the stock books.

Adam: This is why I love talking with Mike Carr and trading emails with him. His knowledge of financial history is like none other, and it is so interesting. We're a lot more than data-driven geeks.

But yeah, your stories are always spot on.

Like Adam said, Mike’s market knowledge is like no other, and I can’t wait to see what both Adam and Mike have for you all next.

And if you want to learn more about Mike’s new Apex Profit Calendar, click here. Take a moment to see the massive potential of this easy-to-follow approach.

Have a great rest of your week!

Until next time,

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Chad Stone
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