There’s one question many traders have been asking me right now…
It makes a lot of sense because some of these traders have been getting burned…
I mean Eastman Kodak (KODK) was one of the hottest stocks last week, as Robinhood traders piled in and chased because they had FOMO…
Today, the stock plummeted by more than 30% at one point…
And they were feeling the pain.
I think they’re finally realizing their so-called “buy the dip” and “chase momentum” strategies may stop working at some point — so they’re looking for other ways that can put them in a position to make money.
I’m glad because I can tell you, it’s not fun losing in the market… especially if you’re a newer trader.
That’s why I want to teach people one of my number one trading edges, and reveal how I’m able to uncover winners in nearly any market environment.
My Number 1 Edge In This Market
I can tell you when I first started, I was committing a lot of the same mistakes I’ve noticed these newer traders are making.
They’re just putting their money behind random trade ideas and trading off emotions.
The key to being successful as a trader is to have an edge in the market — a definable advantage over other traders.
For me personally, my edge lies in catalyst events.
I know what you’re probably wondering, “What are catalysts?”
Catalysts are simply any fundamental reasons that can cause a stock to move. They can range from an earnings announcement to a data release.
I’ve found that there is one pattern with catalysts…
They typically run-up into the catalyst event.
What I like to do is find these events ahead of time, and get in on the action.
For example, one catalyst event would be Apple Inc (AAPL) and its annual event, when it releases details of its new products and software. The goal would be to plan the trade and get in before the announcement, then lock in gains before the event.
There are catalysts in all industries and specific stocks.
For example, BioSig Technologies Inc. (BSGM) is set to release data regarding its COVID-19 treatment in a webcast on August 4th.
And get in on the action.
Notice the large run-up the stock had going into the announcement?
The goal is to capture a large portion of that move and get out when it reaches your target, or before the event… whichever comes first.
For me, there’s just too much risk holding into the catalyst.
Right now, there are so many catalysts to pick and choose from…
And that means more money-making opportunities to take advantage of.
I believe it’s simple to learn.
And while I can’t guarantee you will make money from learning it.
I think if you put in an honest effort, it’s possible.
If you want to know for sure, then register for my upcoming training class.
What do you have to lose?
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