I just told Garrett about something called the financial law of gravity.

He’d never heard of it – but I’m not surprised.

The financial elites have done everything they can to keep this law a secret.

But now, the secret’s out – and you can hear all about it.

This is the best way to profit in a bear market like we’re in right now.

And here are three stocks catching my full attention today as the market continues to soften…

Garrett and I were recently discussing the law of money gravity. This is a big deal but the explanation is something you’ll want to hear about. Meanwhile, three big names have my full attention today as the market is softening…

  1. Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)

TSLA is seeing a pop up to $787.78 today after WILDY positive earnings posted for Q2 – EPS up 26.33%.

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I am not sure how long this rally will last, but IV (Implied Volatility – RED LINE) is dropping, so that gives me hope the rally will sustain.

I think short-term, TSLA will pop higher – and I would buy cheap calls IF the rally holds through the weekend.

OR if TSLA drops again before the next rally, I might buy calls on the dip – because I think TSLA will be moving higher overall.

But TSLA isn’t the only stock on my profit radar in this bear market.

The US dollar caught a rebound on Wednesday, which led to the strong rally softening midday.

  1. Invesco DB US Dollar Index Bullish Fund (NYSEARCA:UUP)

UUP is currently trading at $28.60 – barely down from the open $28.63.

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I think the dollar will push higher since the market is still bearish overall…

I would want to buy calls during a volatility lull, so I could take off some profit during the next big vol spike.

  1. American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL)

Since posting underwhelming albeit positive earnings (EPS up 2.34%), AAL is getting crushed…

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I think AAL could be heading back to $12. I’d look for cheap puts since IV (RED LINE) is declining right now.

Until next time,

Mark Sebastian


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