Every four years the stock market hands you a profit opportunity like no other.

On Monday, November 16, at 1PM EST, I’m going to show you how to take maximum advantage of it.

More about that in a second… But first, here’s what’s going on.

The market enters a particular “sweet spot” every four years.

It behaves this way virtually like clockwork – so it’s a miracle hardly anybody knows about this lucrative phenomenon.

For one thing, the market just entered its most profitable seasonal period.

The strongest six months of any investing year is almost always from November until the end of April.

In fact, this seasonal windfall is so strong that, since 1950, the November-April stretch has outperformed the May-October stretch by 7%.

And of course this is a Presidential election year.

The stock market typically enjoys a big boost due to a “changing of the guard” (if the challenger ousts the incumbent)…

Or to a simple reduction in uncertainty (no matter who wins).

In the image below, the green arrows point to Presidential elections.

As you can see, with one exception (the 2000 tech meltdown)…

The market soars post-election.

You’ve already seen this effect in action for yourself, this year.

On Election Day, November 3, the Dow Jones opened at 27,138.69. That was also its low for the day.

Six days later it hit a high of 29,938.83 – a gain of +10.31%.

Same with the S&P 500. From an election-day low of 3,336.25 the index went to 3,645.99 in six days. That’s a +9.28% advance.

Both indexes have pulled back -2.5% since putting in those highs.

Those dips should be considered opportunities to buy into a market that is strong over the long-term.

However, the million-dollar question remains…

What should you buy? How should you position yourself to wring every last drop of profit from this market gift?

We’ll go into that IN DETAIL during our post-election profits event on Monday, November 16th at 1PM EST.

I can’t wait to see you there!

Check this page every day between now and the event.

We’ll be adding a lot of exciting content to help you get the most out of Monday’s event.

The best is yet to come,

Chris Rowe