Howdy traders, it’s Bryce here.
I hope you’re having a great weekend. Relax, take a load off.
But remember, on Monday there will be new profit opportunities.
It’s every day of the week in this niche.
And that’s not an exaggeration.
These stocks are low priced, with low floats, and very little news …
When they do come out with bullish news, the price can go on a massive run. Regardless of what the overall market is doing.
For example, the last two days have been choppy for the market. But in our niche, I saw runners like …
- Universal Security Instruments Inc. (AMEX: UUU) ran +60% on Friday
- Ambrax Biopharma Inc. (NYSE: AMAM) ran +100% on Thursday
- Sera Prognostics Inc. (NASDAQ: SERA) ran +140% Wednesday and Thursday
But there’s a very important aspect you need to know. It’s something these stocks all have in common.
And if you try to trade them without this knowledge … the results could be catastrophic.
In order to prepare for Monday’s opportunities, keep reading.
The Most Important Factor
These spikes are fast. And you never know when they’ll crap out.
Luckily, we have reliable trading patterns to follow that keep us relatively safe.
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It’s still possible to lose, but the patterns help me control losses. And that’s how I stay profitable in the long run.
But with that said, it doesn’t matter which pattern I’m trading if I missed the move.
On Friday, Universal Security Instruments Inc. (AMEX: UUU) spiked +40% in five minutes.
That doesn’t give traders a lot of time to find the stock and prepare.
But if there were a way I could be notified of hot news, like the earnings report that spiked $UUU, before the spike happened … that would be incredible.
Imagine the potential of a service that notifies traders of any breaking news.
Wall Street’s been paying for news before the public gets it for decades. It gives them a huge advantage in the markets.
That’s why I signed up for a similar service.
But the breaking news service I use is focused more on the low-priced volatile tickers that Wall Street won’t touch.
My mentor, Tim Sykes uses it too.
And when I wake up Monday morning ready to trade, it’s the first tool I’m opening.
I prefer to work smarter, not harder.
See you in the next letter.