Computer chips, shipping containers, workers — you name it...
And we probably don’t have enough of it.
Thus, Shortages are still one of 2021’s most talked-about topics. All the big publications continue to pump out articles about them.
Take Bloomberg. They just released a video detailing several shortages — from oil to shipping containers — and how they’re impacting tons of other stuff. For example, the energy crunch in Europe is pushing up fertilizer prices, which could ultimately make food more expensive.
The NYT also elaborated on the whole shipping container debacle and its impact on the global supply chain.
The Wall Street Journal took a slightly different approach and decided to explain that concept using a hot tub.
But as an investor, do you sit there and worry or complain about them?
Do you find ways to potentially make a few bucks off them to offset higher prices?
Because here’s the secret:
Before those shortages take place… someone knows… and someone bets on it.
But I can find and jump on those subtle bets, thanks to my core Statistical Disruptive Flow strategy.
For instance, in April, I spotted an SDF on an American chip manufacturer called AMD and set up an options play.
A few months later, we turned that trade into a 700+% gain.
I’ve got my eye on the shipping container crisis, too. In fact, I added not 1, not 2...
But 4 different shipping companies to my Profit Flow Group portfolio.
Now, there’s another hot sector going through a shortage. In Coach JR fashion, I hunted for and found a disruption in it: someone was betting BIG on a stock in this sector.
Within 7 days, our position was up about 30%...
You love to see it.
However, I got good news if you missed out OR if you want to add to your position:
This stock is back in our buying range.
But not for long, knowing how the markets act up these days.
This one could soon potentially turn into another AMD-style grand slam.
All the details are posted in the PFG member’s area.