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There’s one trading style that’s worked extremely well for me this year — catalyst trading, the pros call this event-driven trading.

As I looked through all the questions in my inbox, so many traders wanted to know what event-driven trading is and how they can get in on the action.

Today, I want to show you what catalyst trading is all about, and how it’s helped me generate more than $4M in trading gains thus far in 2020.*

The best way I know how is to provide you with some of my best trade ideas, along with my trade plans.

 

Why I Believe All Traders Should Focus On Catalysts

 

Normally, event-driven trading has been reserved for hedge fund managers and the pros. However, since there’s so much free information out there, it’s become easier to uncover these event-driven trade ideas in my opinion.

So what’s a catalyst or event?

Well, there are multiple factors that can cause a stock to move significantly:

  • Mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
  • Fundamental changes in the company
  • Earnings announcements
  • Key data releases
  • Share buybacks

Of course, these are just a few reasons a stock can move, but these are the major factors to focus on, in my opinion.

For example, it’s earnings season now and there’s going to be a lot of catalyst trading opportunities out there. For me personally, I want to play the run up into the event and get out before.

You see, there are three ways to play these events. Either, traders will play the event after the news is out, they can trade into the event (this is really risky in my opinion), or play for the catalyst run-up as I do.

For example, here are a few stocks on my radar that I sent to subscribers earlier this week.

 

Etsy (ETSY)

 

Catalyst Dates: Earnings October 28 after market closes

Buy Zone: $141 to $142

Profit Zone: $145 or higher

Stop Zone: $140 or below

Options: ETSY October 30 $145 Calls

 

 

Wayfair (W)

 

Catalyst Dates: Furniture Retailer, earnings November 3 before market opens

Buy Zone: $284.00 to $290

Profit Zone: $300 or higher

Stop Zone: $280.00 or below

Options: W October 30 $300 Calls

 

 

With these two specific setups, they’re actually catalyst run-up plays. You see, with these plays, if there’s strong sentiment… they’ll likely run-up into the earnings event.

The key is to develop a trade plan and execute it. For the most part, if I’m taking these plays and I always want to get out before the event.

If you want to discover how I utilize catalyst events to attack the market and time my trades, then check out my catalyst trading workshop.

It’s absolutely free, and I truly believe it can make you a better trader.

 

 

*Results presented are not typical and may vary from person to person. Please see our Testimonials Disclaimer here: https://ragingbull.com/disclaimer

Author:
Kyle Dennis

Straight outta college Kyle Dennis taught himself to trade, and then made over $7 million in trading profits by the time he was 28 years old. Kyle reveals how to find, track, and profit from lucrative trades for exceptional profits. Thousands of traders follow him every day to learn how to target these high probability trades.

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