It’s pretty easy to get “attached” to certain markets.

You develop your first few strategies on a market. Or you make some money trading a market, so you feel grateful. Then you create a “positive relationship” with that market and become “married” to it.

I’ve been “married” to some specific Futures markets for more than a decade now. Soybeans. Natural Gas. Gold. Silver. High-grade Copper.

I just LOVE these markets.

But there are many markets I wasn’t trading, and it made me wonder if I was missing out…

So this year I decided it was time to move ON…

To dive deep into markets I had NEVER traded before…

And as a result, in our hedge fund, we developed breakout trading strategies for basically EVERY tradable market, and boy… was I surprised!!!

Some markets proved to be insanely EFFICIENT for breakout trading.

Other markets I thought were untradable (because of low volume) proved to do better in live trading than I thought.

And I even realized some markets can offer INSANE opportunities, and it would be a shame to NOT have them in our portfolio, like this surprising market:

What were these markets?

In this special “Prepare for 2021” issue of “The Empowered Trader Club”, I share these 6 markets you should NOT ignore for 2021 and why.

In fact, you should seriously consider these markets for 2021, and prepare for them as fast as possible, because I believe they will be as great for breakout trading in 2021 as they were in 2020.

Plus, I’ll share with you 1 surprise that we absolutely have to talk about too… so, after reading this Empowered Trader club issue, you’ll know which markets to consider for your portfolio in 2021 (if you want to grow your account even faster…).

If you’re already an Empowered Trader member, look out for it in your mailbox in the next few weeks.

If you’re not an Empowered Trader member yet (or don’t even know what it’s about), you can find more details here.

Happy trading,



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