Trump artificial stock pump today. So blatant and pointless as his lies about 1700 google engineers website for Covit19 test.Why do you need 1700 engineers to make 1 simple static page for a flowchart.
This one will probably be pretty bad since we’re (USA) is likely about to go lockdown mode (everyone home) in next 2-4 weeks. Ghost malls and cinemas. No sports, no entertainment, no travel, no shopping and no gambling. This is the heart of USA economy. However, this recession likely will pass in 6-12 months as people fully recover from deadly beer flu.
Here’s an snippet of my email on Yesterday (march 13,2020) was the epic dump day -10%, today is the dead cat pump + 3% I personally went hard shorting and buying puts today.
Here’s my plays to profit from upcoming downturn :
Home run put options : (High risk) spy puts 220 april 17dis puts 60 may 15 Market ETF inverses buy: sh (spy short). sqqq (3x leveraged short)
SH: inverse the s&p 500 stock at normal leverage. aka short the market. Only hold this when you know the future’s going to be ugly. Buy this.
SQQQ: inverse the s&p 500 stock at 3x leverage. Normally dangerous to buy and hold this one if you’re comfortable with high risk. it moves 3 times faster than the inverse of the market. Buy this if you’re extra ballsy.
Teladoc Health, Inc. (TDOC)  https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/tdoc Everyone’s going to hunker down in their homes while the coronavirus fear spreads. Teledoc lets you make doctor visits and get prescriptions for drugs without going to the Doctor’s office.
Zoom Video (ZM)  https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/zm Zoom video enables people to have video calls and work from home. Fairly recent ipo, their product is great though. This one’s expensive but worth high risk / reward. Zoom video has been flying high since china has all their people who can work from home working from home. United States is likely to do the same soon.
Run to Treasury bonds or gold when you really want to stay on the side lines.
Treasury bonds are basically US govt. “I owe you” money.
TIPS (Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) are a form of U.S. Treasury bond designed to help investors protect against inflation. These bonds are indexed to inflation, have U.S. government backing, and pay investors a fixed interest rate as the bond’s par value adjusts with the inflation rate.) ~3%.