4 Replies to “Tales of a Technician: A Savings Account Killer?”

  1. JimGuanzon JimGuanzon says:

    Mr. Ignoramus’s first name is spelled :

    J-i-m-b-o

  2. JimGuanzon JimGuanzon says:

    Domino Effect: https://youtu.be/J0LNy3au40E

    “Who’s the King of the Beach ?”

  3. Avatar ROBERTMCKEE says:

    Use technical analysis coupled with low-delta “theta trades” to put idle cash to work. I find commodities work best because they’re more predictable once you educate yourself on the fundamentals. 5% per month is a reasonable goal on these trades. I haven’t found a bank that will give me more than 2.5% a year. Also I would never sell a cash-secured put, just use Bear Put spreads instead to maximize ROI.

    1. Avatar ROBERTMCKEE says:

      However, I see your point of using a cash-secured put as a more direct equities-market comparison to T-Bills. So a 2%/month goal is more reasonable for less actively managed “cash” but even if you only make 1%, compounded monthly that’s 12% annually—6x better than T-Bills.

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