Bear Market Attack:
Using ETFs and Options to Slay this Beast

In This Video You Will Learn:
● Proven Method to identify ETFs with potential for massive profits - especially in the current market volatility

● Actionable process to capture unique & compelling profit opportunities

● Step-by-step plan to start potentially pulling returns as soon as tomorrow!!!


ETF Advantage Report

● Hot 30 Watchlist with Top 5 picks (updates with the market!)

●Telegram Alerts to Portfolio updates

●Specific Entry, Stop & Targets on Every Trade Idea

●Market Climate Updates - Be in the Know on when the Bulls are back!

●Bear Market Experts on how to THRIVE in this Economy

Ultimate ETF Bootcamp

Live Class Plus On-demand Recordings

● ETF Basics - How, When & Why of High Potential Trades

●Identifying the Sector with the Best Bang for Your Buck

●Timing Your Trade Entries & Exits

●Know When to Hold 'em and when to
Fold 'em

●Trading Options on ETFs - The Power of Leverage

Meet Kate Stalter

Kate Stalter is a Series 65-licensed asset manager, with more than two decades of experience as a professional investor and trading instructor. As an investment advisor and financial planner, Kate personally managed client portfolios, with a focus on asset allocation, income generation and tax strategies.

Kate also serves as a capital-markets contributor at U.S. News & World Report and MarketBeat, and publishes an asset-allocation investment strategy letter through Cabot Wealth.

Meet Rob Isbitts

Since the time his late father taught him to chart stocks at age 16, Rob Isbitts has been on a singular professional mission: use his skills and insight to grow and protect wealth.
From 1993-2020, that experience was available primarily through his high-net-worth investment management practice. He sold that successful business to focus exclusively on creating and managing investment model portfolios that could be accessed by a much wider group of investors.

Through his teachings, this 3-time mutual fund manager, 3-time Top 100 Wealth Manager (by Worth Magazine) and author of 3 books now delivers his decades of experience in investment strategy, research and portfolio management through an easy-to-understand, bottom-line approach to money management. A longtime critic of “traditional Wall Street,” Rob is not shy about telling it like it is. Because while he hasn’t seen it all (no one has), he’s seen a lot!

Rob vast experience helps investors make sense of chaotic markets, and how they have changed over the years. He has developed a trademarked system of ETF analysis and portfolio construction that lies at the core of his work.

When Rob is not analyzing markets and investments, he and his wife of 30 years (Dana) embrace the South Florida outdoor life, and try to keep track of the successes of their 3 grown children. Rob is a longtime charity board member, and recently he and Dana became local leaders in an urgent humanitarian project, welcoming and mentoring refugees from Ukraine, both personally and through the activities of The Sungarden Charitable Fund they created nearly a decade ago.
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