Human beings hate change.
According to research from the Center for Creative Leadership, 75% of change initiatives fail because of resistant company culture.
Neuroscientists believe our disdain for change harks back to an age where a stable social environment gave us a better chance of survival.
Change meant potential death to early humans.
So, in a sense, our fear of change is hardwired into our mental decision-making process.
For investors, that fear of change bias can cause untold destruction to your wealth.
Being able to adapt to a transitioning market is going to be vital to your success over the coming weeks.
Last week, I told you that we are on the verge of a massive sea change in the market.
The downfall of the easy money market is going to bring about one of the most volatile, uncertain markets we've seen in nearly a decade.
I want you to be ready.
And today, I'm going to show you how you can prepare…
The Market's Biggest Driver Is About to Change
I've been talking a lot lately about the changing market narrative.
Here's the short version of what's about to happen…
Then I'll set your mind at ease because we already have the best solution to handle change in our toolkit.
From 2008 until 2014, the U.S. Federal Reserve increased its balance sheet by about $3.7 billion. It did this by buying up some distressed assets at the height of the financial crisis and then, more importantly, through a long-term binge of buying U.S. Treasuries plus mortgage-backed securities. This was done to prop up both the real estate market and the broader economy.
When the Fed starts to shrink its balance sheet, our narrative will change. And it will change drastically.
The stock market will no longer be propped up by "easy money" from the Fed. In fact, the opposite effect will start to take effect. We'll move from "easy money" to "tight money."
But instead of worrying about this change, 10-Minute Millionaires will look forward to how great it will be.
That's because we have the ultimate change-coping weapon: a system.
It's All About the System
I've talked to you at before about the importance of using a systematic approach in the markets.
Systems bring us five great benefits that I call the "Five Big Es."
About the Author
Nationally recognized technical trader. Background in engineering, system designs, and risk reduction. 26 years in the markets.