The Intersection of Markets, Trading, and Life
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.
However, my market roots go back even further, having taken my first trade in 1985 at age 18.
When you become a subscriber you’ll get the Lund Loop delivered directly to your inbox first thing Saturday morning. Each issue is chock full of goodness, including;
Market Commentary: A quick spotlight on the state of the markets, done from a unique angle.
Market Review Video: A technical overview of 50+ charts designed to highlight the current market action and identify where the opportunities are.
The Anecdote: An overly personal essay where I bleed on the page for a couple thousand words. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll ask yourself, “what the hell’s wrong this guy?” Here’s a sample.
Trading: Charts for the coming week and my “Deconstructing a Trade” video where I get into the guts of a trade setup, entry, and management from the previous week.
Market Links: A highly curated list of market and trading-related links from the past week that you might have missed.
It’s Good, It’s Good: Another section of highly curated links to non-market-related articles, podcasts, videos, music, etc. - both vintage and contemporary - that I found interesting. Think of it as a palate cleanser for the week ahead.
Discord Room: Where over 300 Lund Loop subscribers hang out daily, sharing charts, setups, and trading knowledge in an open, inviting, and supportive environment.
And here’s the kicker…
It’s only $10 a month!
Yes, you read that right.
Only $10 – about 1/20th the cost of most market newsletters – gets you access to everything listed above.
And the cost is even less if you buy an annual subscription.
Just one good setup alone could pay for your subscription through 2096.
But if you’re still on the fence, maybe this can help you make your decision:
For everyone else who’s made it this far, just click the blue button below and I’ll see you first thing Saturday morning.