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Institutional traders buy and sell hundreds of stocks each year adding up to millions of shares. These large establishments have a tendency to accumulate shares AHEAD of strong seasonal financial results, and on the flip side they plan to sell shares BEFORE weak seasonal numbers hit the news. Have you ever wondered why a stock like H&R Block (HRB) has moved up 19 out of the past 21 years (90% of the time) between May 9 and June 9. Is it a coincidence that this is just after tax season? How about a company like GAP (GPS)? It is one of America's favorite clothing companies and the stock has moved up 25 of the past 27 years (93% of the time) between October 24 and November 14, just prior to Thanksgiving and the holiday season. Another great seasonal setup is WEC Energy Group (WEC). The stock has DROPPED 23 out of the past 25 years (92% of the time) between September 5 and September 11, a time when seasonal energy demand is typically low in between summer and fall. Do you think institutional traders know this?And so on In this feature presentation, Matt will share with you the way he identifies the seasonal buying and selling behaviors of institutional traders. He will also explain how he schedules this type of high probability setups into his trading, and how he regularly achieves 80% to 100% ROI on these trades by using options.If you want to learn a systematic and effective strategy to profit from trading options, then Matt's presentation is for you.
Matt Choi, CMT
Duration: 44:35