Trader, Active Investor, or Just Interested In The Stock Market? Then The Lund Loop Is For You


Hello, I’m Brian Lund, publisher of the Lund Loop Newsletter which launched in August of 2018 as an extension of the Lund Loop Blog that went live in 2007.

I’ve been a trader and investor for over 35 years, using a risk-based methodology that helps maximize gains and minimize losses.

I live in Southern California with my wife and kids. I’m also a book nerd and a drummer.

Fun Fact: I’ve never had a cup of coffee.

Of course, what you probably want to know is what the Lund Loop is all about.

Fair enough.

It’s about making money in the stock market.

That’s it. That’s our goal. Everything else is noise.

And that’s why The Lund Loop is hyper-focused on helping you make money in the stock market by addressing three questions.

#1 - What’s the current market environment?

It all starts by identifying what type of market we’re in.

Is it a risk on, risk off, or neutral market?

And more importantly, it’s about identifying when we’re transitioning from one market environment to another.

Take for example the market in late-October/early-November of last year. While the doomsday headlines screamed “Sell, Sell, Sell,” I was telling subscribers that we might have bottomed and that I was watching for the type of price action that signaled it was time to buy.

#2 - Where are the opportunities?

Next, it’s about identifying the best profit opportunities in the current market.

Finding those stocks that are not only poised to move, but which present us with the best risk/reward ratio.

During that October/November period, while FinTwit was declaring the death of big tech and the housing market, I was showing subscribers the burgeoning relative strength in those sectors, as well as in certain individual names.

Stocks like AAPL, NFLX, META, NVDA, SPOT, DKNG, even housing stocks, that ended up rallying 60%, 80%, 120%, even 150%.

During that same time, stocks like ZM, DOCU, and PTON were down 5%, 10%, even 20%.

That’s why identifying the right stocks is key.

#3 - Do I have the right support system?

Making money in the stock market isn’t easy and it can take both a mental and emotional toll.

That’s why it’s so important to surround yourself with likeminded traders and investors. Those who understand the unique stressors that come with being an active market participant.

A community designed to help and support each other so that we can stay sharp and keep the mental edge we need to prosper - no matter what the market throws at us.

The Lund Loop provides the answers to these questions

Here’s what you get as a paid subscriber of The Lund Loop.

  • Daily analysis of the indexes in order to understand what type of market environment we’re in.

  • My watchlist - updated Mon-Thurs after the bell and on Saturday morning - focused on those stocks that provide the best opportunity for profits in the current market environment - including where to enter and how to manage risk.

  • Exclusive access to the members only Lund Loop Discord, where you can leverage the power of our community 24/7 to help you be a better trader or investor.

The Lund Loop Discord: The power of community in action.

And there’s so much more to The Lund Loop, but at the end of the day, it all boils down to one very simple value prop.

I want to provide you with the analysis, ideas, and community that will help you make the most profit for the least cost.

From novice to pro, trader to buy-and-hold investor, no matter what your style or level of expertise, I believe that your bottom line will improve when you subscribe to The Lund Loop.

And, the kicker: A Lund Loop subscription is only $25 a month - or $200 a year.

That’s just $0.54 a day. You won’t find a better ROI, so subscribe today?

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Take your trading and investing to the next level.

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SoCal-based human with 35+ years of stock market experience. I provide strategies and insights to help traders and investors be more profitable. Also drummer and book nerd. Fun Fact: I’ve never had a cup of coffee.