Imre’s Note: For the past seven months, Jeff Clark and I have been trialing a new way of extracting profits from an overlooked corner in today’s market…

So far, the results are 20 winning trades out of 21 recommendations… and we’re now on track to make 2,248% over the next year. The more volatility there is, the more opportunities there will be to profit.

If you’re interested in receiving these trades immediately, click right here to join our strategic breakthrough session on Thursday, February 9 at 8 p.m. ET.

Markets have a way of restoring balance.

That’s another way of saying – what goes up must come down.

If you had money in the markets last year, you know first-hand how this works.

After the pandemic-induced crash in early 2020, the tech-heavy Nasdaq soared 134%.

For many, it seemed as though tech stocks would never stop going up.

But from its all-time high in November 2022, the Nasdaq has plunged 30%.

The whipsaw was even more extreme for crypto investors. From its all-time high that same month, bitcoin is down 67%.

And if you thought the safest thing to do was buy bonds, well, 2022 was the worst year on record for that supposed "safe haven."

That’s left many investors thinking there’s no safe place to hide.

What’s more, with inflation running at 6.5%, even staying in cash means losing buying power.

But as I’ll show you today, this out-of-whack market is actually great news for traders…

Unlike buy-and-hold investors, traders can profit in bull and bear markets.  The higher the volatility, the higher their potential profits.

And over the past year, one overlooked market has stood out as a source of trading wins.

And it has nothing to do with stocks, bonds, crypto… or any other tanking asset class. Even in vicious bear markets, you can still make money in this overlooked market.

The Best Market in 15 Years

I’m talking about the currency market. It trades all over the world, 24 hours a day, from Sunday evening (when Asian markets open) to the New York market close on Friday.

And now, this is the best time in 15 years to trade this market. Here’s why…

Last year, central banks in the U.S. and around the world began jacking up interest rates to fight inflation.

This wasn’t just some run-of-the-mill rate-hiking cycle, either. The pace of rate hikes in the U.S. was the fastest in history.

And it has triggered the most volatile currency markets since the 2008 financial crisis.

You see, differences between global interest rates are a major driver of currency moves.

Capital rushes into currencies that offer higher yields. And it rushes out of currencies with lower yields.

Simply put, ultra-low global interest rates mean low energy… and low volatility. As rates move off zero, we get higher energy, and higher volatility.

Rates around the world went to zero after 2008. It was hard to make money trading currencies.

Now, 15 years later, that’s changed. Rates are rising again, and we’re moving back to a higher rate, higher energy, market.

That’s why I say that it’s now the best time to trade the currency market in 15 years.

In fact, this opportunity is so big that we’re entering what will prove to be a golden age of currency trading…

A 95%-Win Rate

That’s why I’ve put together a series of insights on how to profit from this period.

I’ll break down how you can take advantage of these wild fluctuations in the currency market.

I’ll also let you in on a few secrets that enable me to outperform many of the world’s top hedge funds… and go 20 for 21 in a turbulent market last year.

That’s a 95%-win rate during one of the worst periods for stock market investors in more than a decade.

And I’ll show you how to take advantage of it using a strategy that allows you to profit at a level of risk you’re comfortable with.

I’ll reveal all the details February 9 at 8 p.m. ET during an online event hosted by master trader Jeff Clark.

You can reserve your spot here. It’s free to attend. And I hope you’ll join me.

I’ll even reveal my next trade recommendation, live on camera, as a thank you for showing up.

Happy trading,

Imre Gams
Editor, Currency Trader