This week's trading featured a three-day losing streak for U.S. markets on fears that the Fed may hike interest rates earlier than expected, with the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq shedding 1.24%, 1.5%, and 1.57% respectively.
Bring it on!
I've pointed out repeatedly since the financial crisis began that the "good is bad" meme followed by traders - which triggers market dips with every piece of significant good news, thanks to paranoia that the Fed will seize on that news to raise rates - only creates buying opportunities for investors with the right tactics.
Today, that could be you.
The week's collapse creates three massive opportunities. I'm going to explain to you exactly what they are, why they exist, and most importantly, why they're being overlooked by insiders and mainstream investors alike.