To gain any real edge over the stock market, you have to look outside of the box and past the traditional approaches most traders use.
That’s why I want to talk about the hidden indicator that resulted in 2.5 times bigger profits than the S&P 500.
You see, if everyone uses the same trading tools, then most will have similar results.
And if you look at the S&P 500 over the past few decades, you’ll realize that historical trading methodologies hardly outperform the S&P 500. That’s why most fund managers lag behind the S&P 500, which historically only yields about 6% per year.
You could imagine how excited I was when I first heard about the hidden indicator called “company leadership.”
It’s one of the most underrated hidden indicators out there and in reality, it should be in the top 3 essential indicator tools for traders.
Well, it’s a hidden indicator that’s not available on any trading platform.
Have you ever heard of the site called Glassdoor? It’s a site that collects reviews and real salaries from employees to rate their employer, and at the end of each year, the site rates the best places to work in America.
My favorite part about the hidden indicator is that you’re hearing it straight from the horse’s mouth instead of some analyst that has never worked or even stepped foot into the business.
I looked at Glassdoor’s 20 best-ranked public companies each year for the past 12 years, and the results were quite interesting. Yes, that’s 240 stock picks.
The top 20 best places to work returned 2.3 times the return of the S&P 500 over the past 12 years. In fact, the top 10 best places to work returned 2.5 times the return of the S&P 500 during the same time period.
But the best news is that anyone can use the hidden indicator. And in today’s video I’ll show you how you can start using it right now, along with the current list of top 20 stocks in case you’d like to check them out or find a job at one of them.