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Hidden in a handful of stock charts... now revealed:

The ‘Fight or Flight’
Chart Signal

Spot it... and potentially make 50-150% gains every time you trade

Read on to discover how this signal could help you turn £300 into £11,718 in FOUR TRADES – without spread betting, fixed odds or CFDs

You can expect your first trade alert via email shortly – market conditions permitting.


Dear reader,

Today I’m going to show you a simple way to trade stocks... and be in with a good chance of winning most of those trades.

Unlike most other stock trading techniques out there, this method doesn’t use ‘technical indicators’.

Also, with this technique it’s possible to make triple-digit returns without using any leverage. That means no spread-betting, CFDs or what have you.

What I’m about to show you is a straightforward and intuitive way to predict stock movements... and then trade them over 3-12 month timeframes.

As you’re about to find out...

When you trade stocks using this approach, you have the potential to make 50% to 150% gains every time

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

Most traders I know would kill for this kind of potential. But the majority of them don’t get anywhere near that.

Because they aren’t looking for what I’m looking for, every time I scan a stock price chart...

I’m talking about a specific signal... something so blindingly obvious, you’ll ‘get’ it as soon as you see it.

And my guess is, when this suddenly ‘clicks’ with you – and it will – you’ll want to place a trade yourself. Most likely the minute this presentation ends.

In that case, please stay tuned for a very special opportunity coming your way...

...First: a chance to receive an exclusive ‘fight or flight’ trading recommendation from me... and be in with a shot of doubling your money...

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

...And then: your chance to turn £300 into £11,718 in just FOUR trades – without spread betting, fixed odds or CFDs...

So, if you like the idea of trading stocks short-term to make money, set aside a little time now, remove all distractions, and hear me out.

First thing. My trading method doesn’t work on every stock.

There are three specific characteristics a company must have before I’ll trade it. I know them as:

  1. The ‘Range’
  2. The ‘Story’
  3. The ‘Catalyst’

I’ll get into the specifics of these shortly. But when these three characteristics converge, a rare signal is generated.

This signal – colloquially known as the ‘fight or flight’ signal, or ‘trigger point’ – tells me that the stock looks likely to go up.

If you buy the stock at this point, I believe you have a very good chance of making money

I’m talking about gains like...

  • 70% in four months from an ETF of Japanese stocks
  • 730% in four weeks from Australian driller 88 Energy
  • 75% in 11 months from an Indian investment trust

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

Results like these would have been possible, had you spotted and acted upon the ‘fight or flight’ signal that was obvious in these charts – to anyone looking for it.

In fact, over the last three years a small group of people have acted… and they’ve set themselves up to make a lot of money.

In the words of one trader, MM, “In 8 months I have made nearly £138,000 profit.”   

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.  

And AS wrote in to say, “am just under £37,000 ahead after allowing all open positions both good and bad.”

And another reader, Kevin was so satisfied that he had to tell me in person…

But what is this mysterious signal?

Well, I’ll explain...

So, a stock price on a chart can only do three things. It can go up, go down or move sideways in a ‘range’.

Most professional stock traders spend their days chained to computers, analysing this ‘price action’... trying to figure out when a stock will change direction next. A change of direction is where you can make the most money.

The vast majority of traders use ‘technical analysis’ for this job.

If you haven’t heard of it, technical analysis is the application of various algorithms to a stock chart.

Traders use it to try and predict that magic moment when a stock suddenly changes direction, or breaks out of a range, like here:

Five year performance figures: 2015 +13.94% | 2016 +20.58% | 2017 +12.17% | 2018 -14.77% | 2019 (YTD): +14.67%
Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Wisdom Tree Japan Hedged Equity ETF – Source: Bloomberg

What you’re looking at here is an ‘ETF’ of Japan’s stock market – basically an indicator of the health of the Japanese economy.

The chart here shows us that Japanese stocks were stuck in a range for almost four years after the 2008 financial crisis... until something triggered a sudden break to the upside at the end of 2012.

I’ll tell you what that was in a moment.

But for a second, imagine you could have predicted this ‘trigger point’ before it happened... What if you were as sure as you could be that the Japanese ETF was going to take off like that?

You’d have done what any sane person would do: bought this ETF before the crowd jumped in and pushed the price up.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

In this case, Japan’s ETF moved up by 70% in just four months. That’s a very nice return on your money, right there.

No wonder so-called ‘technical traders’ spend their time trying to figure this stuff out.

But there are two problems with this approach

First: technical analysis is not 100% accurate. Nothing is.

And when you leave any room for error with your money on the line, you invite doubt and anxiety.

Once human emotions start creeping in it’s easy to start second-guessing the technical ‘system’ you’re using. And once you do that, the system is worthless.

Second: technical analysis is based on historical price data.

It crunches this data using a bunch of clever equations. Then it spits out a signal that tells you what should happen next.

There are two issues with this.

The first, as we all know, is that past performance is not a reliable indicator of how a stock will perform in the future.

The second, and much bigger issue, is that price data is not actually data.

It’s a reaction to data.

A human reaction to data.

This idea is at the root of my trading strategy. Please understand: knowing this one fact can help you become a much more successful trader.

How? Simple:

Human reactions are predictable and
that makes them tradeable

You see, the brilliant thing about people is that you can tell – with a good degree of accuracy – what they’re going to do next when their money is on the line.

You can guess how people with a vested interest in a stock or asset are likely to react to news and announcements.

This can give you a good idea of how an upcoming event will play out in a market.

And that can help you make money.

At the core of this claim is a simple truth: financial markets are man-made.

They move up and down, not according to mathematical patterns. But according to how humans perceive and react to information.

I believe you can predict this in advance, and trade markets successfully.

To illustrate my point, take a look at any stock chart. Any one. It’s basically a snapshot of the ups and downs of a human relationship – something we all understand.

What you’re really looking at here are two groups of people duking it out in the marketplace.

The Middleby Corporation (NASDAQ: MIDD) – Source: Bloomberg
Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance figures: 2015 +8.85% | 2016 +19.41% | 2017 +4.77% | 2018 -23.88% | 2019 (YTD): +12.68%

Each group has a different valuation of the entity being bought and sold.

You can see the battle between these two groups play out as the price line moves, as if drawn by a seismograph, across the horizontal axis.

It shows you what investors are doing with their money as the perception of the stock’s value changes, according to new information.

At some points, buyers have the upper hand in this battle. That’s when you get an uptrend.

At other points, sellers have all the power. Then you get a downtrend.

Then there are periods where supply and demand are in balance. No one can be bothered to fight anymore.

This is where you get a sideways ‘range’.

Remember, as a trader, you stand to make – or lose – the most money when a stock changes direction.

The only thing that forces a stock to change direction is the action of large crowds of people

When a crowd buys the same stock at the same time, the price goes up. When they all sell at the same time the price goes down.

These crowds are all reacting – some might say overreacting – to the same information. Information that’s available to all of us.

I’m talking about earnings announcements... central bank actions... election results... and so forth.

Major events happen. The consensus is either good or bad. Humans react as humans do.

That reaction immediately and predictably affects what they do with their money.


Either BUY the stock in anticipation of a price rise...

Or SELL the stock and get out in anticipation of a big fall.

It’s primal!

There’s no mystery here. We’re talking about normal, emotionally-driven, human responses to major events. What’s more, as I say, they’re entirely predictable.

You know this because you’d react in the exact same way. You’d buy a stock if you thought there was a chance you could make money. And you’d sell if a stock started to fall in order to limit your losses.

Once you factor this simple idea into your investment strategy you have a chance to make a lot of money (and avoid taking big hits to your capital).

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

In fact, one reader told me he’s “made £58k profit” after buying stocks exhibiting the ‘fight or flight’ signal…

Then we have Alan…


Now, it’s important to point out that following the ‘fight or flight’ principle won’t guarantee a 100% success rate. I don’t have a crystal ball.  No one can guarantee you’ll make money in the markets. If they do, they’re trying to swindle you.

But I am confident in this strategy’s ability to increase your financial freedom by a long way if you stick with it.

Because it’s not just one trade that will determine whether you are ultimately successful as an investor.

It’s how your strategy performs as a whole.

So, to prove to you just how profitable this strategy can be, I’m going to be completely transparent.

You see, for the last three years, I’ve been helping a small group of investors put this strategy to work for themselves.

I’m going to show you the winners and the losers from my closed portfolio. I want you to have a completely balanced view of what’s going on here.

That’s how confident I am of this strategy to vastly upscale your current returns. 

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

That chart tells you everything you need to know.

It shows you the balance between winners and losers since I started putting this strategy into action for my readers almost three years ago.

It doesn’t hide the losing picks – which are unavoidable. But it gives you the entire performance so far in context.

To me, it proves that if you stick with it, this strategy works.

So with that said, let me show you how to spot the ‘fight or flight’ signal.

Take a look at that Japan example again.
See where you could have made a
70% gain in just four months...

Five year performance figures: 2015 +13.94% | 2016 +20.58% | 2017 +12.17% | 2018 -14.77% | 2019 (YTD): +14.67%
Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Wisdom Tree Japan Hedged Equity ETF – Source: Bloomberg

Why did Japanese stocks suddenly skyrocket in late 2012 after being in the doldrums for so long?

Well, see, I’ve marked the ‘trigger point’ for this breakout on the chart. The date was December 26th, 2012 – the date Shinzo Abe returned to power in Japan.

Look at the Japanese market up to that point. It was ‘range-bound’ for four years. Why?

Two reasons. First, a strong currency had made the manufacturing sector in Japan less competitive globally.

Second, a prolonged deflationary environment in the economy had given investors no reason to expect strong growth.

They gave up on the Japanese market

Abe offered something different. He promoted a huge fiscal stimulus and reform agenda in his election campaign.

He vowed to devalue the Yen to make exports more competitive. He talked up the prospect of introducing quantitative easing and annual inflation targets (all of which he later did).

This grabbed the attention of Japanese investors. It was exactly what they needed to hear. Finally: Something different. Finally: A plan to shock Japan’s economy out of stagnation and get it growing again.

Abe won in a landslide. From the day he assumed power, Japanese stocks went on a tear.

What you see here is an emotionally-driven, human reaction to the election result. Something technical indicators would not have been able to predict.

The crowd is flooding back to the market because they are optimistic again, after years of indifference.

The ‘story’ gripped investors: “Shinzo Abe’s policies will grow your wealth”... If you believed that, you’d buy Japanese stocks too.

Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

As a British investor, your best option to do this was through an ETF of Japanese stocks. Had you invested in this particular ETF before the December 26th ‘trigger point’, you’d have made a 70% gain in just four months.

Again, please understand...

You could have seen this coming
without technical analysis

You don’t need an algorithm to tell you to buy Japanese stocks at this point. You just need to 1) be paying attention to the news 2) know a bit about the conditions in Japan leading up to this point and 3) understand human nature.

  • Everyone knew that Japan’s market had been stagnant for years up to this point – creating the range...
  • Everyone knew about Abe’s pro-market campaign manifesto. This was the story unfolding before the election...
  • And everyone knew the date of the election – the catalyst for a potential new trend in Japanese stock prices

Put the three together and you can see that this is a trigger point signal for Japanese stocks to go ballistic.

More importantly, you’d have positioned yourself in this trade to take full advantage the moment you saw it coming.

This, in a nutshell, is how you can predict huge capital flows into markets – and take up a position in advance – provided you’re looking for this ‘trigger point’ signal.

Now, of course, sometimes an event like an election or referendum doesn’t go the way you expect it to.

The Brexit vote, for example, caught a lot of investors on the hop. Had you bought the FTSE in anticipation of a ‘Remain’ victory you’d have lost money. The UK market dropped by 8% in a day – a more dismal result for investors than Black Wednesday in 1992.

This, by the way, is still a prime example of humans reacting predictably to an event.

The Brexit vote went in favour of the ‘Leave’ campaign. Investors interpreted that as bad news and sold their stocks.

When you trade these types of ‘trigger point’ events, you have to pick a side. And you have to understand that the stock price can move quickly against you if you pick wrong.

I’ll freely admit that events always have the ability to surprise you.

But the human reaction is always predictable – even if the event itself is unexpected.

Here’s my trading strategy in simple terms:

  1. You understand human nature. It never, ever, changes
  2. You can predict whether an upcoming development, event or announcement is likely to favour buyers or sellers – basically see the ‘fight or flight’ signal emerging...
  3. You can position yourself ahead of the date of the event or announcement – the ‘trigger point’ – to get on the right side of the trade. The side you make money on.

I call it ‘trigger point’ trading. And I’ve been buying and selling stocks like this successfully for 20 years. For the last three everyday investors have had the opportunity to profit from my stock picks as well.. All they’ve had to do is buy when I tell them to buy… and sell when I tell them to sell.

And it’s yielded some incredible results.

Like CQ, who wrote in to say: I bought for £1025.26 and sold for £2700.92 – a profit of £1675.66 or 163.44%. Not bad at all… 6 months and my total profit is currently £10163”

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

Or KR, who said: “I got in in two parts (for some reason I can’t recall) and made 259% (including costs). Yes, I’ll be re-investing this in a future… position. My position size will have gone up!”

Or this subscriber:


If you’d like to learn how to join these happy investors… and learn a simpler, less stressful and more intuitive way to trade stocks, stay tuned. In a few moments I’ll show you how you could get a live trading recommendation from me.

But I’d like you to see the potential on offer here, and the only way to do that is to give you access to an actual trade.

Details coming up.

By the way, forthcoming elections are ‘low-hanging fruit’ for trigger point traders. Especially where you have ‘reformer’ candidates running, and you know the election date.

I just showed you what went down in Japan.

Can you remember what happened in the most recent Indian election – of 2014?

Probably not. But you’d certainly remember if you were following a trading strategy like mine...

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...Because there’s a good chance you’d have made a 75% gain in 11 months. From little more than a simple understanding of human nature...

Spot the reformer candidate.
Note the election date.
Find the potential ‘trigger point’.

Let me briefly take you back 10 years. India’s economy had rebounded pretty well after the global financial crisis of 2007/08. Investors were optimistic about the potential of this vibrant, emerging economy. Stocks doubled over 2009 and 2010.

Then... everything hit the skids.

  • Things started going south when corruption scandals marred the run up to the Delhi Commonwealth games in 2010
  • Then, two bad monsoons in a row hit the agricultural sector – still a huge part of the Indian economy. This caused inflation to double from 6% to 12% in 2012
  • Worse still, the oil price hit an all-time high in 2013. India imports most of its oil. This provided a strong economic headwind
  • By 2014, several highly publicised sex attacks ensured that India was making headlines for all the wrong reasons

All of this bad news drained the life out of the Indian stock market. Optimism dissolved. Bullish investors packed up and took their money elsewhere. This created a sideways trading range – which the market remained in for almost four years...

Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
5 year performance JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust plc: 2015 +1.18% | 2016 +17.43% | 2017 +28.16% | 2018 -8.03% | 2019 (YTD): +18.10%
JP Morgan Indian Investment Trust (JII.LN) – Source: Bloomberg

Why is a ‘range’ so important to this strategy?

A trading range stores energy like a coiled spring. Sooner or later that energy has to be released. You just need a ‘trigger point’ to spring the spring!

That came on 12th May 2014. This was the date of the Indian election. Or rather, the date election matters were concluded.

Narendra Modi won in a landslide to become India’s new prime minister. That’s the bit you might remember.

What you might not know is that Modi had been a major reformer in his previous role as governor of Gujarat state.

Here, he’d delivered on major infrastructure initiatives. He brought electricity to every village in the state. GDP growth had averaged 10% a year during Modi’s tenure in Gujarat. This guy was shaking things up and getting things done.

I’d been watching Modi’s progress with interest. You see, I knew, if he were to become Prime Minister, investors would flood back into India.

And guess what...

Five year performance figures (rolling to 31 March): 2015 +1.18% | 2016 +17.43% | 2017 +28.16% | 2018 -8.03% | 2019 (YTD): +18.10%
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JP Morgan Indian Investment Trust (JII.LN) – Source: Bloomberg

Check it out. Investors DID flood back in.

Why? Simply: people became optimistic about India again, with the prospect of bold new leadership.

They saw opportunity. They felt an investment in the Indian market would grow their wealth. They were right.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

Had you joined them (and you could have, here on the UK market) you’d have made a 75% gain in the 11 months to 10th April, 2015.

This rush back into the Indian stock market is another predictable human response to optimism and euphoria.

If you knew the back story, and were watching the election campaign, you’d know you were in with a good chance of making serious money on this trade.

The best bit: the ‘trigger point’ that released all that stored energy to the upside – the election date – was there for all to see!

This is exactly the kind of trading opportunity I look for every single day

I’d like to begin sharing these opportunities with you – starting with a trade I’m hoping to get to you in the next month – market conditions permitting.

Look, I’ll be the first to tell you: my strategy is not fool-proof. Nor is it risk-free. And, for sure, trades like India and Japan don’t crop up every day.

But it’s a common sense approach based on what I believe really drives stock prices: people.

The Japan and India trades were both based on captivating stories that were simple to understand and could be easily shared. This is what awakened the crowd to the opportunity in their respective share markets. And when the crowd does the same thing at the same time, markets move.

YOU can trade that move – if you can see it coming .

As we speak 1,837 investors are trading these movesand they’ve made a lot of money in the process.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results

Like DGL, who “Made c. 500 points on the Twitter trade.”

And GO, who said: “I invested in Intelsat and made a gain of 150% making just short of £10k“

And AS “made £9327 on Turtle….”

If you agree that this idea makes sense, and want to join these subscribers... let me show you how you can use it to your advantage.

In a moment, I’ll show you how there’s a way you can use my ‘trigger point’ strategy for a whole year for FREE.

It’s a special offer we’re running here at Southbank to all graduates of this training event – such as yourself. I want as many attendees as possible to make the next 12 months their best trading year ever.

In my opinion, the best way to do that is by putting one of the most successful strategies at Southbank Investment Research – the ‘trigger point’ strategy – to work.

I want you to experience the ‘trigger point’ strategy for yourself…. And have the opportunity to add tens of thousands of pounds to what you’re already making in the markets.

I’m confident that once you do, you’ll be hooked.

There are – conservatively – ten ‘trigger point’ trades on the table for you over the next year.

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That’s ten chances to double your money – or more.

Think about that while I quickly introduce myself

My name is Eoin Treacy. I was born in Ireland but I’ve lived and worked as a financial analyst all over the world.

If you watch the business news, you’ll see me pop up from time to time on the BBC, CNBC, CNN and Bloomberg TV.

They often bring me in when something big happens, to talk about how crowd psychology influences the financial markets.

When I’m not trading I spend much of my time writing and teaching my ideas to others. I organise two-day seminars for traders in the UK, the US, the far east and Australia.

It’s called ‘The Chart Seminar’. It gets into the nuts and bolts of how behavioural economics can affect stock prices. And it typically sells out wherever we run it.

These days I call Los Angeles home. Not because I have any great desire to break into Hollywood. I just like the sunshine. You get a lot more of it over here.

It’s a great lifestyle...

Very easy going. I get to hang out loads with my wife and young daughters. Plus I love scuba diving. I go out on the water whenever I want, pretty much.

As a younger man I used to fantasise about living like this.

Now it’s my reality. And all because of this idea I’ve had for years about trading stocks – how it’s really all about crowd psychology.

Once you understand how the crowd is likely to react to new information, you can predict – pretty accurately – how this reaction is going to affect the asset or equity price.

Then you take a position ahead of the event or announcement – what I call the ‘trigger point’ – and wait for human nature to do what it (virtually) always does: fight or flight.

If you’re intrigued by the thought of this, stay tuned.

I’ll explain how I find stocks worth trading, plus I’ll tell you more about how you can get at least TEN of my private trade alerts over the next year.

Now before you jump to conclusions: this is nothing to do with my seminar.

I’m not using this opportunity to try and sell you tickets to my next event.

Without wishing to sound pompous, I wouldn’t need to go to this kind of effort to make sure I fill a seminar room.

No. This presentation is not for people who want to sit in a hotel ballroom and learn HOW to be a ‘trigger point’ trader.

It’s for those who just want to trade... with a degree of confidence in the system that’s guiding them.

That’s what the remainder of this presentation is about.

Get at least TEN of my trades over the next year

You see, I’m going to share my actual trading advice with interested investors.

I’ll send you actionable, time-sensitive buy and sell stock trading recommendations. At the very least, there will be ten trades over the next year. 

If you’re keen to put this idea to the test, here’s what will happen, beginning right away...

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  • When I see the next potential ‘trigger point’ emerging, I’ll send you a private email with the details. (I’m looking closely at several contenders as we speak.)
  • I’ll tell you the name of the stock and tell you why I think it’s about to break out to the upside. I’ll tell you when to buy in, and at what price. I’ll also show you the gain I’m targeting (typically between 50% and 150%).
  • Then, when I think we’ve squeezed enough juice out of the trade, I’ll send you another email with instructions to exit your position... hopefully at a nice profit.

My service is called: Trigger Point Trader. It’s the product Southbank subscribers rave about the most. And it’s about as straightforward as trading stocks gets.

This is not another confusing trading ‘system’

You’ve most likely seen a lot of trading systems and products advertised. Maybe you’ve tried a few out.

Here’s what I know:

  1. Most of the trading systems you read about are fiddly.

Trigger Point Trader is not.

There’s no software programme or app to download. No huge manual to read or CD-ROM training videos to watch. No signals will flash up on your computer screen.

You simply buy and sell the stocks I recommend through your regular brokerage account. If you can follow a simple email instruction, you can trade.

You might find this approach more straightforward than betting on ‘pips’ via an online platform... or taking out contracts that commit you to buy or sell if a stock hits a certain price level. That can all get terribly nervy and confusing.

  1. Most trading software and systems are complicated.

They are sophisticated, complex computer programs that aim to outwit the market.

*Some* people have an interest in the intricate programming and coding behind these things. Most regular ‘mum and dad’ investors do not.

Trigger Point Trader is not complicated. Because it’s based on things you understand and know well: stories... and the things that make human beings tick.

  1. Most trading systems are time consuming, or personally restrictive in some way.

You know the type of thing I’m talking about. You have to be at your computer at a certain time every day... to place a particular kind of ‘conditional’ order with an online broker... or third party platform.

And then you have to watch your screen like a hawk to make sure the trade doesn’t move against you suddenly... (I’ve seen day-traders do this every few minutes on their phone while trying to hold a conversation at dinner. Not a good look).

Despite what you may read, there are no ‘hands-free’ or ‘passive’ trading systems out there. Anything that involves spread betting requires you to ‘check-in’ constantly while the trade is live... unless you have nerves of steel.

Trigger Point Trader is not time consuming. I’ll send you a simple trade alert via private email. You contact your broker or jump online and buy the stock at your earliest opportunity. That’s it.

You can watch the trade unfold if you want to. But you don’t have to. I’ll send you another email when I think you should sell the stock. One more call to your broker and you’re done.

  1. Most trading systems you see advertised are risky.

Trigger Point Trader is risky too – since you’re putting your capital at risk in the market. Any time your capital is exposed there remains the potential to lose it all.

However, Trigger Point Trader is different – and I would suggest LESS risky than most other trading ‘systems’ out there – in that we are not using ‘leverage’ at all. As far as I’m aware, this is unique in short-term trading products.

When I say ‘no leverage’ I mean, if a trade goes totally pear-shaped you cannot lose any more than you’ve invested.

That’s important to know if you don’t have a big appetite for risk. You see, when you use any type of leveraged instrument, if the trade moves against you, you can lose more than your initial stake in the trade. Sometimes way more.

To be clear on this:

You don’t need to use spread betting, CFDs,
a margin account, or fixed odds betting to
do well with my trading strategy

You simply buy and sell shares, at the prices I recommend, based on my stock research, my analysis of potential ‘trigger points’ and our shared understanding of human nature.

And just so you know, we are looking for upside when we trade. There will be no ‘short-selling’. All trading will be ‘long’. We sell stock only when we want to exit a trade.

There are three parts to what I do – before I make a trading recommendation to you.

  1. I find a good stock that is ‘ranging’ (i.e. stuck in a sideways dance). More on how I pick stocks in a moment...
  2. I look for a ‘story’ in the stock. Something compelling, that might lead to a ‘trigger point’ event – soon...
  3. I think about how the crowd will react if this event takes place. Who will this development favour: buyers, or sellers... and what will they do?

To be honest..

Predicting how the crowd is likely
to react is the easy part

Think about what happens in investors’ minds when a drilling firm announces that it found oil, like Australian company 88 Energy did in February 2016 (after months of exploring).

Let me show you the chart. You can see the stock price was ‘range bound’ for 16 months. No oil, no party.

Then, on February 15th, came the announcement that they’d found a potentially huge new field of the black stuff. Check it out:

Five year performance figures: 2015 -27.5% | 2016 +520.96% | 2017 -42.59% | 2018 -36.09% | 2019 (YTD): +6.60%
Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
88 Energy (ASX: 88E) – Source: Bloomberg

The big upswing in the price you can see on this chart is the reaction of the crowd to that piece of information.

The actual ‘trigger point’ in the stock came on February 17th.

Not the date of the announcement; but the moment the crowd caught on to the potential in the stock.

Investors who got in ahead of this ‘trigger point’ made a marvellous gain:

730% in just under four weeks

But there’s no great mystery here. It’s ‘fight or flight’ again. We know people will buy stock on good news and sell on bad news – because we know what motivates people. That’s the easy bit. Searching for potential ‘trigger points’ in stocks – and getting you in beforehand – is a good bit trickier.

In the case of 88 Energy, you’d have to know the story: the fact that they’d recently acquired a new asset close to one that was already gushing oil.

And you’d have to know when they were planning to release the results of their first exploratory drilling tests – the potential catalyst for the stock price to explode.

That’s where my research comes in

I look at more than 200 markets every single morning.

When I trade I’m looking for what I call the ‘golden triangle’: minimal risk, lots of upside and predictability.

This is subjective, of course.

Your appetite for risk will probably be different to mine. I acknowledge – as any trader must – that trading stocks is high risk, and should not be attempted lightly. But I believe I can bring that risk down by making good stock selections.

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

And in terms of upside potential – if I’m going to trade or recommend a stock to you, there has to be a high probability of a minimum 50% return.

I hope that whets your appetite somewhat...

Which stocks do we buy?

I look all over the world for markets that have ‘gone quiet’ – but where there is a good reason for investors to enter soon... and flood the ‘forgotten’ equity or asset with money.

I tend to avoid ‘popular’ stocks that are in the news – and there’s a good reason for that.

In markets, as in life, we gravitate toward what’s popular right now. Of course, popular stocks don’t always make great investments. But when a stock or asset is getting a lot of coverage, it will tend to attract a lot of trading activity.

More trading activity means two things.

  • First, it means we’re closer to understanding the true market value of that stock. That leaves fewer ‘inefficiencies’ for you and I to find and exploit.
  • Second, you get more ups-and-downs in the share price as buyers and sellers battle it out to impose their will on the market. These are micro movements, typically. But movement, nonetheless.

A stock whose daily chart looks like a snapshot of the Swiss Alps is not a stock for us.

‘Intra-day’ and algorithmic traders love these types of stocks because they can exploit hundreds of micro movements to make small, frequent gains – often boosted by leveraging.

That’s not what we’re into at all.

We’re into what I call ‘sleeper stocks’

I’m looking for stocks that look like they’re ‘asleep’. Stocks that are stuck in a sideways ‘range’ for long periods.

Like this one:

Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
5 year performance Microsoft Corp. 2015 +22.22% | 2016 +14.65% | 2017 +40.22% | 2018 +20.21% | 2019 (YTD): +50.90%
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) – Source: Bloomberg

Check it out. This is a chart showing Microsoft’s stock price between 2000 and 2012. This is a stock going practically nowhere, for more than a decade.

To understand why, cast your mind back...

This was a time when no one wanted to know the company Bill Gates built. A time when chief rival Apple was at its most formidable; attracting so much attention from investors it became the most valuable company in the world.

Microsoft, by comparison, was banished to the investment wilderness. Strange, considering ‘Windows’ was – still is – the world’s most widely used computer operating system.

But remember, this was a new age of discovery. ‘Windows’ was old news. Internet search... digital music... smart phones... social media... this was where the tech party was at in the noughties.

Microsoft could have led the way in these new developments. It certainly dabbled in all of them. But never with any great conviction. It lost out to smarter, more agile competitors in the shape of newcomers Google and Facebook, and old rival Apple.

The company’s stock price ranged between $20 and $35 for most of the decade – like a ball hitting those lane bumpers at a bowling alley.

Here’s the thing about ranges:

Traders HATE them

They grow impatient for stocks to break out one way or the other. You don’t get to make a lot of money when a stock is ‘ranging’.

Traders are mainly interested in stocks that are trending up or down (or look like they’re about to). This gives them the best chance of making money in the short term.

So they take their capital off to where the action is: to more ‘popular’ stocks that are getting a lot of coverage, and attracting a lot of activity.

This is, pretty much, what happened to Microsoft in the noughties. It became yesterday’s news. Investors got bored. They realised the upside potential in other equities was greater. And they moved on (another human reaction!)

And so Microsoft stock floated there, in ‘no man’s land’, for more than a decade. Supply and demand remained in balance as investors’ expectations dropped.

So why would WE be interested
in buying this stock?

Because ranges store energy.

Sooner or later, that energy has to be released.

Here’s a tip for you: when you find a good company whose stock price appears to be ‘ranging’, stick it on your watch list.

Then look into why the company is trapped in its sideways dance.

The story you uncover might give you some idea of when to expect a ‘trigger point’ that will break the stock out of its range.

So here’s the wider story with Microsoft – and how a well-timed trade in the tech giant could have made you a nice chunk of cash...

After the dot-com bust in 2000, Microsoft had lost its way.

In a bid to shake things up, founder and CEO Bill Gates handed the running of the company over to Steve Ballmer – a long-time colleague who had risen to the rank of Vice President.

But Ballmer didn’t help...

In fact, Microsoft’s situation worsened.

Ballmer’s management style was allegedly bombastic, created internal division and stifled creativity.

During his tenure many talented engineers left the company. Then, as I mentioned, the business lost vital ground to Apple, Google and Facebook – in areas Microsoft should have been dominating.

On top of this, Ballmer’s keynote speeches at Microsoft product launches were just... intense. And weird. Borderline scary at times. Not exactly confidence boosting.

All of this caused investors to lose faith, and interest, in Microsoft’s stock.

But I watched this story unfold with great interest.

You can see, can’t you, how this is an easy story to understand?

Investors believed Ballmer was undoing a lot of the good work Bill Gates had done as head of the company. So they pulled their money out, believing they could get a greater return elsewhere.

In that sense, the story created the trading range Microsoft found itself in. But it also created the catalyst: the conditions for the range to break out.

Can you guess what the trigger point was?

First, on 23rd August 2013, Steve Ballmer announced his resignation as CEO “within the next 12 months”.

Shares of Microsoft closed the day up 7.3%. This primed the pump...

Then, on 4th February 2014, Bill Gates announced he was to returning to Microsoft to “take a more active role” in the company – specifically in the areas of technology and product development.

The Gates announcement put a rocket under the stock price.

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Source: Bloomberg
Five year performance figures:
2015 +22.22% | 2016 +14.65% | 2017 +40.22% | 2018 +20.21% | 2019 (YTD): +50.90%
Simulated past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

If you’d decided to trade Microsoft stock at this point, you’d have made an 80% gain inside of 30 months.

There aren’t too many people who can say they made such an impressive gain from Microsoft shares in this day and age.

But you’d have bought in at a time when the stock’s valuation was relatively low... because the stock chart showed you that no one was paying attention to the company.

And you might still be in the trade right now – considerably up on your buy-in price.

All because of these three things:

  1. The stock was locked in a RANGE. The range was created by investors ignoring the stock because of the company’s highly publicised problems...
  2. The STORY behind the stock’s poor performance was easy to understand... that, in turn, made it easy to predict the ‘CATALYST’ – the type of event that would cause the stock to break out of its range...
  3. The TRIGGER POINT initiated a predictable response from investors. Bill Gates’ announcement prompted investors to do exactly what we’d anticipate they’d do: load up on Microsoft’s stock like it’s the Boxing Day sales...

This is what my ‘trigger point’ trading strategy can help you do – starting right away:

Anticipate large upswings in stock

Not based on technical indicators.

Not on any ‘insider’ knowledge of a specific sector.

But on an understanding...

  • ...That markets are man-made entities.
  • ...That you can read the story of any stock in its price chart.
  • ...And that human reactions to data are the true drivers of stock prices.

And remember: the idea of the service is that all the research is done for you. All you have to do is buy when I tell you to buy… and sell when I tell you to sell. Now, every recommendation I make is backed up by my full analysis. That includes why the stock is ranging… the story behind the stock and the catalyst that’s caused it to break out to the upside.

But if you want to sit back… watch me do all of the heavy lifting… and potentially make some huge profits… you can.

Just like these people:

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

AK said, “All in all, I am very happy with the results...”

“I came out at about 175% and typically invest 2 to 3 thousand” – wrote AB.

If you want to join these people, there’s never been a better time to join the service Southbank Investment Research subscribers are most vocal about in their praise, Trigger Point Trader.

Get in on Trigger Point Trader today and you could start profiting immediately

I’ve been trading this way for 20 years. I’ve made a great living from it. And I can tell you without hesitation: there’s no more intuitive way to trade the stock market.

You’ve seen, at length, the first-hand reports of the type of results this strategy has brought my readers. So let me show you how you can start profiting from this strategy today.

As I said, you have the chance to grab an incredible deal to become a ‘trigger point trader’.

This is the exact strategy I teach my private clients. Those clients include sovereign wealth funds… billionaire market veterans and some of the wealthiest families in Dubai and Singapore. I charge them thousands of dollars per day.

One of my private clients has made hundreds of millions using this strategy. So you’re in very good company.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

I don’t know how much investment capital you have. But it works for all levels. Whether you are investing £1,000, £10,000 or £100,000… a 210% (as we enjoyed recently on Intelsat) is a 210% return. It’s terrific for any level of investor.

And with Trigger Point Trader, everything is done for you. It’s simply a matter of buying when I tell you to buy. And selling when I tell you to sell.

Here’s some more messages from happy investors who have made themselves far richer by simply doing just that:

CC said, “I made a 60% profit of about £1100 thanks to you… I also made about £350 with your Twitter recommendation.”

John Orley sent me this message...“I got into Intelsat at $6.64 with $10K, which has given me a very nice profit.”

In the words of AB… “Your services have helped improve my overall Savings and retirement funding and I hope that applies to many others…

I have tried a number of services and it becomes a matter of trust, I took out a 2-year subscription and will renew this summer.”

Thank you for the return!”

But let’s remember what this is:

A short-term stock trading service.

When you buy and sell stocks – and turn them over as quickly as I do – you invite a greater deal of risk than if you were using a buy-and-hold strategy.

When your capital is exposed to the whims of the market, even for a short time, you run the risk of losing it all – no matter how good a trader you think you are; or how ‘foolproof’ you believe your system is.

And to add to that, some of the shares recommend will be overseas shares. They can be harder to trade. And the currency conversions that will take place can both positively and negatively affect the amount of money you stand to make.

For the purposes of the offer I’m about to make you, I’m going to assume you understand that. If you’d rather ignore the risks I’d prefer you didn’t accept my invitation today.

Just know that I wouldn’t be offering trading advice to investors – putting my reputation on the line – if I didn’t believe the potential for reward far outweighs the risks.

Yes, that’s easy for me to say – because I’ve been doing this for more than a decade. It’s really up to you to weigh up the risks of my strategy and then decide when – and if – you’d like to begin trading.To reiterate: for as long as you’re a member of Trigger Point Trader, you won’t have to generate a single trading idea.

Remember: I’m the guy sitting in my office every day reading company briefings and analyst reports. I’m the guy with two Bloomberg screens on the go all the time.

I do all the work for you.

To get this kind of trade management you’d normally have to sign over your cash to a professional wealth manager. Someone who’d charge you hundreds of pounds an hour for his time AND take a fat slice of any profits you make.

Also, no professional wealth manager on Earth would offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee which I’ll give you more details about in a second.

Still with me?

Then get ready to add an exciting new dimension to your investing

There are loads of stock trading services out there. You’ve probably seen more of them than I have.

  • Some of them are good. Some of them are just okay. A great many of them are, frankly, rubbish.
  • Most of them are technical / software based to some degree (which often means they’ve been created by programmers – not traders or investors).
  • All of them are expensive. Trading services tend to be pricey because of the large financial rewards on offer if you’re successful.

For an algorithmic trading service – basically a software program that spits out buy and sell signals based on technical indicators – you could expect to pay somewhere in the region of £2,500 to £5,000 a year for access.

Trigger Point Trader costs nowhere near that.

The official price for a year’s membership to my service is just £1,447.

That’s exceptional value when you consider the potential here.


I’m offering you a minimum of ten ‘trigger point’ trades over the next year

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

Each one could make you between 50% to 150% on your money.

Let’s say you began with a modest trading bank of just £300 – and rolled that cumulative bank into each subsequent trade (assuming each trade wins, of course).

Even at the LOWEST end of my trade target range – 50% – you’d turn that £300 into £518 Trigger Point Trader, plus your initial bank, with just FOUR trades (before costs).

At the high end of my trade target – 150% – you’d have made £1,875 in just two trades.

After four trades at the high end, again, assuming each one wins, your total trading pot would stand at £11,718 before costs.

Yes – after FOUR trades!

Yes – starting with just £300!

I’m offering you a minimum of TEN trades over the next year.

Why not see if you can make the crowd pay you?

There’s nothing else like Trigger Point Trader out there. Not here in the UK nor anywhere else in the world.

And nothing – as far as I’m aware – that has performed so well for British investors either.

The buy-and-sell alerts I’ll send to you are not based on technical indicators.

They are based on behavioural economics and crowd psychology: knowing how humans tend to react to events and announcements – and positioning yourself ahead of them, in order to capitalise.

You may not have thought about markets in this way before. You might not have realised that what you see on a stock chart is not actually data – but a human reaction to data.

Human beings are predictable. Especially so when their money is on the line.

When they react a certain way to news or information in large groups they can move the market.

If you can see this move coming you can trade it.

Today I invite you to give my approach a try. I humbly suggest it could make you a lot of money in 2020.

Now if you think £1,447 is too much money to pay for this kind of advantage, perhaps you shouldn’t be thinking about trading stocks at all. But if you’re sitting on the fence, let me do something to help you over it.

In fact, as part of this special New Year offer, I’ll do three things to help you over it.


I’ll give you an entire extra year’s subscription to Trigger Point Trader for FREE

Sign up for a year’s subscription to Trigger Point Trader today, and I’ll give you a whole additional year’s subscription to Trigger Point Trader.

That’s me working for you – 12 hours a day six days a week… scouting out stocks that exhibit the ‘fight or flight’ principle. For an entire extra year… and the opportunities to make triple digit gains that come with it.

You’ll get at least 10 recommendations of stocks I believe are about to break onto the upside – every year. So just think how much wealthier an extra 10 trades could make you.

And to add to that, I’ll even lower the price of your first year’s subscription to ‘Trigger Point Trader’ from four figures… to three figures.

Join Trigger Point Trader before 11.59pm on Friday 3rd January and take £500 off the joining fee

I’ll offer you a sizeable saving on your first year’s membership fee – provided you join by 11.59pm on 3rd January.

As I said, we want to help more investors profit than ever during 2020. I believe lowering the barrier to entry for you as low as I possibly can now – at the start of the year – is the perfect way to do so.

With the £500 discount off the joining fee, you’ll pay just £997 to become a Trigger Point Trader subscriber.

This special deal works out to just £2.73 per day…

Less than a large cup of coffee at Starbucks.

That’s exceptional value when you consider what Trigger Point Trader could do to your investment account.

Now I can’t give my trading advice away for free. I wouldn’t expect that of you, were our roles reversed. But I can offer you this special deal – provided sign up before the offer deadline.

Once that expires, the price will go back up from the special offer price of £997 to £1,447 a year – no exceptions.

But I will do one more thing to help you make a decision I know you’re going to be pleased with.

I’ll even guarantee your satisfaction...

My 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Listen. I fully expect you to love Trigger Point Trader.

When you sign up, you’ll join the hundreds of subscribers who’ve increased their financial freedom from belonging to the service at Southbank which our subscribers love the most.

You see, it rarely happens that one of our readers isn’t happy with the service.

But I want you to have security that if you decide it’s not for you, you’re not obliged to stay.

So, if for any reason within your first year you decide you’re not happy with Trigger Point Trader just call or email our customer service team.

And we will issue you a pro-rata credit redeemable for use on any other service here at Southbank Investment Research.

Again… considering how happy my subscribers are, the chances of you not wanting to dive into the service with both feet are very slim.

But the option for you to receive a special credit note will be there for you (for a whole 12 months) if you want it.

So, if you want the chance to change your financial life, I urge you to grab this special New Year deal right this second.

PLEASE HURRY: you don’t have long if you want to get the £500 discount

You can read more about this offer on the next page.

Remember: you’ve seen the results from other subscribers…

And you’ve seen you have a small window of opportunity to join them under some of the best membership terms ever offered.

If you’re smart – and serious about wanting to make money from trading stocks – I know you won’t pass this deal up.

Just please remember, these terms are only available for a few days. Don’t put this on the backburner, or close the page down and say you’ll come back to it later. You most likely won’t.

If you’ve always wanted to try a trading service that’s proven to work…

And has dozens of first hand results of every day investors making huge profits…

The time to act is now – while I’ve removed upfront cost as a barrier to you…

And you can take advantage of my 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Go here right now to save £500 on the cost of membership to Trigger Point Trader (time limited offer)

Plus, if you join Trigger Point Trader before 11.59pm on 3rd January, you’ll also get access to several resources that will help you get the most out of my service, including...

BONUS REPORT #1: ‘Trigger Point Trader: Your chance to make 50-150% gains every time you trade’

This primer is the first thing you should read. It shows you how you can make a lot of money trading ‘trigger points’.

I explain the thinking behind my system in a way that’s super easy to understand.

Plus I’ll reveal exactly how I find stocks that are ranging – and look ripe for a break out to the upside. (I usually only reveal this to paying seminar delegates.)

If you aren’t convinced about the influence of crowd psychology on stock prices, you will be after you’ve read this report. I’ll send you a PDF copy – at no extra charge – when you agree to become a member of Trigger Point Trader.

I’ll also send you...

BONUS REPORT #2:'How to cut your trading risks to a minimum'

In case you hadn’t guessed, I take risk extremely seriously. As a trader, you should too.

But you should never fear it. Fear is a trader’s worst enemy. It can prevent you from taking clear opportunities. And it can rush you into making poor decisions that can cost you dearly.

Instead, you should learn to understand and embrace the risks of trading. I know that sounds weird, the idea of ‘embracing’ risk. But trust me, when you do, you can free yourself from the nervousness that affects many traders, causes them to lose money, and forces them to give up.

This report will teach you how to respect trading risk so that you don’t make silly or snap decisions with your money.

You can’t eliminate risk entirely when you trade. But this guide will show you a few things you can do to keep it to a minimum. I’ll send it to you via email as soon as you’ve become a ‘Trigger Point Trader’ subscriber.

Plus – if you’re one of the first 100 traders to respond to this offer, you’ll get an extra special bonus...

FREE BOOK: ‘Crowd Money: A Practical Guide to Macro Behavioural Technical Analysis'

As a thanks for signing up to Trigger Point Trader, I’d dearly love to ship you a printed copy of my 2013 book, Crowd Money.

I wrote it because I believe we’re at the beginning of one of the most exciting periods in human history.

Mark my words: the amount of wealth that will be created in the next 20 years will be phenomenal. Unlike anything we’ve ever known.

This – in my opinion – will create a paradise for traders who understand how to anticipate market events.

In Crowd Money – I get into this idea in more detail. And I reveal how it's possible to move ahead of the crowd time and time again to make money in the markets.

I’m extremely proud of Crowd Money and I hope you enjoy it. The great Bill Bonner read it and emailed my publisher to say he thought it was: “A treasure trove of ideas and insights from a serious student of today’s markets.”

I was pleased as punch when I read that. High praise indeed.

Now if you wanted to buy a copy of Crowd Money on Amazon it would cost you £45.

But if you’re one of the first 100 responders to this offer you’ll get a complimentary copy shipped to your door, at no charge.

Please note – the free book offer is strictly limited to the first 100 responders to this invitation. To be in with a chance of getting one – and to sign up as a member of Trigger Point Trader right now – go here.

Most importantly of all: You should receive your first trade alert via email in the next month

I’m a firm believer in striking while the iron is hot. That’s why I’m going to do my utmost to send you a trade alert in the next month. (I have several contenders on my watch list at the moment, but these things are always subject to market conditions. The worst thing you can ever do is trade when the conditions don’t meet your criteria.)

Now that doesn’t give you much time. But then, why wait?

I’m assuming – since you’ve given me your time today – you’re interested in making money from trading stocks.

You’ve seen how identifying stocks exhibiting three criteria:

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

A range… a story… a catalyst could make you 50-150% gains every time you trade.

And perhaps most importantly, you’ve seen first-hand results from everyday investors – just like you – who are using my Trigger Point Trader service right now to become financially independent.

Plus I’m giving you an entire extra year’s subscription for free and lowered the cost to join Trigger Point Trader as low as it will ever be...

I don’t think I could make this any easier for you

But let me make two final points...

Every investor would love to be able to predict the future.

You can’t.

But you CAN predict the way large groups of people are likely to react to an event or announcement when their money is on the line.

Technical trading systems – for all of their flashy wizardry – cannot move markets.

Markets CAN be moved by large crowds of people. And people are motivated by their own self-interest.

If you can join the dots between those two points I believe you can be a very successful stock trader. And I look forward to welcoming you into this exciting world.

Just click or tap this link, and let’s get you on to Trigger Point Trader right now – while you still have time to save £500...

You could start your journey towards 50-150% returns in the next month or so.

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Eoin Treacy
Investment Director, Trigger Point Trader

PS: Remember, you can save £500 on your first year membership – but only if you order before 11.59pm on 3rd January. Once that deadline expires, the price goes back up from £997 to £1,447 a year...

Over to you. The clock is ticking...

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Important Risk Warnings:

Before investing you should consider carefully the risks involved, including those described below. If you have any doubt as to suitability or taxation implications, seek independent financial advice.

General - Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares, never risk more than you can afford to lose. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. There is no guarantee dividends will be paid. Bid/offer spreads,

commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments.

Small cap shares - Shares recommended may be small company shares. These can be relatively illiquid meaning they are hard to trade and can have a large bid/offer spread. If you need to sell soon after you bought, you might get back less

that you paid. This makes them riskier than other investments. Small companies may not pay a dividend.

Overseas shares - Some recommendations may be denominated in a currency other than sterling. The return from these may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Any dividends will be taxed at source in the country of issue.

Taxation - Profits from share dealing are a form of capital gain and subject to taxation. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.

Figures quoted in this promotion do not take dealing costs or taxation into account.

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Source List:

Warren Buffet quote: “Fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful,” listed on Investopedia website.

John Templeton quote: ‘buy at the point of maximum pessimism’, Telegraph online article, “How to invest like John Templeton.

Baron Rothschild: ‘buy when there’s blood in the streets...’ quote, mentioned in Investopedia article, “Buy when There’s Blood in the Streets” by Daniel Myers.

Keynes quote: ‘the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent’, “Keynes the speculator” website.

Shinzo Abe returns to power as Prime Minister on 26 December 2012: BBC online article called “Japan’s Shinzo Abe unveils cabinet after voted in as PM” 26.12.12.

Modi won the May 12 2014 election, Guardian online article “Indian election result: 2014 is Modi’s year as BJP secures victory 16.05.14.

23 August 2013, Steve Ballmer announces his resignation as CEO, Forbes online article “Links 23 Aug, Steve Ballmer Announces resignation, Microsoft Stock soars and no it won’t be Bill Gates” 23.08.13.

Five year performance: 

WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity ETF: 2015 +13.94% | 2016 +20.58% | 2017 +12.17% | 2018 -14.77% | 2019 (YTD): +14.67%

JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust plc: 2015 +1.18% | 2016 +17.43% | 2017 +28.16% | 2018 -8.03% | 2019 (YTD): +18.10%

88 Energy (ASK: 88E): 2015 -27.5% | 2016 +520.96% | 2017 -42.59% | 2018 -36.09% | 2019 (YTD): +6.60%

Microsoft Corp: 2015 +22.22% | 2016 +14.65% | 2017 +40.22% | 2018 +20.21% | 2019 (YTD): +50.90%

The Middleby Corporation: 2015 +8.85% | 2016 +19.41% | 2017 +4.77% | 2018 -23.88% | 2019 (YTD): +12.68%