Howdy traders, it’s Bryce here.
We’re about to put a cap on a shortened trading week. Friday draws near …
Fridays are very important because they often provide more trade opportunities.
And the best part … There’s a very specific opportunity this week.
Let me start by saying, nothing’s ever a guarantee.
If you focus on the wrong stock, enter at the wrong time, or refuse to exit when the stock tells you … this could get pretty catastrophic.
But if you’re worried about losing money … The stocks in our niche are low-priced. Most often under $5 a share.
So you don’t have to risk much if you don’t want to.
No matter your starting amount, there’s an opportunity today you can’t miss out on.
I’ll explain everything in today’s letter …
The time starts ticking once the market opens Friday.
The idea is to let the ticker set up all day.
It’s sometimes really tempting to trade stocks right at the open, but there isn’t much price action to base a trade thesis on so it’s riskier than trading afternoon volatility.
If we trade in the afternoon, we can use the morning and mid-day price action as support and resistance. And it helps us judge overall stock direction.
So, resist the urge to trade in the morning.
Secondly, understand that this pattern requires a bit of a unique perspective on the stock market.
It’s not unique to Sykes and myself, because we’re used to this industry.
But it’s safe to say they don’t exactly teach volatile swing trading in school. Let alone the catalysts and factors involved.
I could explain all that here but it would be a lot to read and I’m sure you’ve got better things to do right now.
So instead, mark your calendar for tonight, February 23, 2023 at 8:00 P.M. Eastern.
My mentor and millionaire trader, Tim Sykes, is going live to explain the whole process.
This is live instruction the night before!
And it’s simple patterns like this one that made me a consistently-profitable trader.
Tim Sykes is the one that showed me. So in terms of instructors … you’ve got a seasoned vet explaining the mechanics.
See you in the next letter.