Howdy traders, it’s Bryce here.
Friday is one of the hottest trading days of the week.
I know this post comes out on Thursday … But those who prepare are in the best position for profits.
Some people don’t want to show up on Thursday to be first on Friday.
Here’s what I have to say to that …
I show up every day the market is open and I have over $1 million in trading profits.
When you show up every day you can find the most recent plays and track their volatility to reveal powerful trading patterns. Stocks like …
- MSP Recovery Inc. (NASDAQ: LIFW)
- Avinger Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGR)
- Genius Group Limited (AMEX: GNS)
At the same time, I know most of you are either in school or working a day job.
You don’t have to watch the screen all day. Just check in now and then and watch for these 3 key patterns …
Only 1 Caveat
These patterns work.
Tim Sykes showed me them at the beginning of my journey. They’re part of the 7-step framework he discovered over two decades ago.
The reason why the patterns still work is because they follow human nature. People are predictable during situations of extreme stress.
And a volatile penny stock that spikes over 100% intraday creates A LOT of opportunities for stress.
Trading can be scary at first. There’s a lot going on in the market and it’s easy to get confused.
That leads me to my 1 caveat: Traders should start with 1 pattern.
Attempting to profit off multiple patterns in a day as a beginner is a horrible idea. Trust me, I used to be where you are.
The market will always be here.
Take your time to learn this stuff the right way. Pick one of the popular strategies below …
1: Dip Buy
This is one of Sykes’ favorite patterns.
Actually, we sat down to talk about it when I started to profit in the market. I used to buy breakouts but there wasn’t much support for my positions.
That’s when I looked into dip buys …
The stocks in our niche don’t spike forever. But the spikes are big enough for us to find substantial profit opportunities.
We don’t want to buy and hold. And we don’t want to buy at the top.
A solid strategy is to wait for a strong stock to dip substantially off the highs. Then a trader aims to buy on that dip and ride the subsequent bullish price action higher.
It’s not a 100% guarantee. But with some experience, this pattern starts to take shape.
Watch the video below for more information …
2: Failed Shorts
Short sellers keep getting trapped in these trash stocks.
Yes, the spike will eventually fail. But I’ve seen tickers spike for days and weeks before crashing.
Short sellers that enter too early are at risk of being squeezed out. And that squeeze can create a lot of bullish potential.
To play this pattern, it’s essential you know what short sellers look for. Don’t worry, I cover everything in the video below …
3. Friday Pattern
Since we’re approaching one of the hottest trading days of the week I thought I’d throw in a pattern that’s used specifically on Fridays.
This strategy relies on the hype that builds over the weekend while the market is closed.
Ideally: A trader buys shares before the market closes on Friday. Then they wake up to profits on Monday morning.
I could drop a video for this one … But I’ve got something better.
This is one of Tim Sykes’ patterns. And who better to instruct than Sykes himself?
He holds live-trade sessions every day. You’ve got just enough time to sign up and tune in before Friday afternoon …
Pick the session that works for you.
But be aware: You’re running out of time.