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John Ross

John RossJohn RossEditor, Apex Profit Alert

John Ross (aka J.R.) has helped tens of thousands of independent investors navigate the market.

He’s crafted a method that lets traders protect and grow their money. He refined it over 12 years of studying global macroeconomics, pattern analysis and investor behavior. His trading style exploits opportunities created by emotions like fear and greed.

Beginning in 2006, J.R. led a select group of traders to tremendous gains during gold’s bull market. He helped his readers escape the crude oil market before it imploded in 2014. And then, in March 2016, he directed his readers to load up on energy stocks when crude oil bottomed at $30. He and Matt Badiali are the co-editors of Apex Profit Alert, a service that helps readers capitalize on moves up — or down — in the market.

J.R.’s well on his way to reaching his latest goal — to become a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). He’ll be in the company of the world’s top practitioners of technical analysis.

He earned a degree in finance from Florida State University, where he fell in love with the woman he married. He and his wife have five children.

He joined Banyan Hill in 2018, where his reputation as a great analyst and stock picker preceded him. He contributes to Winning Investor Daily and is working with Matt Badiali to help independent investors make money in natural resources.

John's Articles

A Bad Day for Investors’ Darlings — Watch for Another Crash - (4-minute read) What happens when investors’ favorite stocks have a bad day? Well, it could be nothing … or we could see a crash. John Ross explains.
Don’t Buy This “Early Rebound” Sector Today - (4-minute read) The best way to pick stocks is often the most obvious way: seeing a high balance sheet or knowing what sectors are set to rise and fall. But one sector has overshot reasonable expectations. Don’t buy these stocks today.
Bonus Options Education: How to Select an Option Strike Price - (5-minute read) Options may be complicated, but they’re not impossible to crack. Today, John Ross helps readers understand one important aspect of options.
The Economy May Not Survive Lockdown 2.0 - (5-minute read) As stimulus efforts wind down, what happens next? The economy has begun to stall even while the stimulus continued. John Ross shows you what will happen next.
Crude Oil Turns Bullish — Play Its Rise With Profit Stacks - (4-minute read) Oil is making new highs. Is this the start of a new bull market? John Ross shows you the numbers … and how to profit.
Bonus Options Trade: Recession Pain Ahead — This Industrial Giant Will Plummet - (4-minute read) We may finally be entering a recovery. But this recession is not over yet. John Ross brings you our latest bonus options trade to profit.
Don’t Buy the Fed Bailout. It’s Old News! - (3-minute read) It’s not a conspiracy: There’s a government organization propping up the stock market. The Fed is getting desperate to keep investors afloat. But they’re not going to succeed.
Don’t Get in Trouble With the Dumb Money - (3-minute read) The dumb money is excited — the smart money isn’t. Here’s how you can protect yourself from being part of the dumb money.
Help! What Do I Do Before an Option Expires? - (5-minute read) Options can sometimes be intimidating. But don’t let these lucrative opportunities pass you by. John Ross walks you through some options terms and answers subscriber questions.
$286 Billion Car Accident Coming: Steer Clear of These 2 Stocks - (4-minute read) Some companies in the auto sector have been bouncing back recently … but don’t be fooled. Auto financing companies are sitting on the edge of a $286 billion cliff.

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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING..

I am up $20,070 in closed positions from Feb. 18 through March 7.

- Bob Rowe

I started your system in December … I am ahead $29,000 … I put total faith in you and your system and it has worked for me very nicely. Thanks again I sure like your humble approach about this whole thing

- Dale Leiffer

I have made a little over $4,000 while being cautious.

- Chuck Goss