At one point this week, Naked Brand Group (NAKD) was one of the hottest stocks…
It moved from just $0.09 to $0.33 at one point on Thursday…*
Now, I actually sent an alert about this play and let Monday Movers subscribers know about this setup. It just so happened to be a bonus trade idea.
Today, I want to walk you through this trade and show you the pattern I used to spot it…
As well as one trend I’ve uncovered in small-caps.
How I Uncovered A Monster Move In NAKD
Here’s what I sent out at 8:41 AM ET on Wednesday.
I’m watching NAKD this morning. Firstly, this is what I refer to as a ‘bankrupt chart’ even if the company isn’t in proceedings. That said, I’ll trade charts like this for short periods of time when I deem appropriate.
Volume spiked on this one Tuesday and Wednesday morning it’s back at it again with over $1,000,000 in liquidity as I type. So here’s the trade idea. In play above $.09, with a goal of $.16 if this works.
If I do get an entry here it’s likely a day trade or gap play and that’s it. Again, the overall chart is about as ugly as it gets, but the last 2-days are the setup I look for to trade short-term momentum. If the volume dries up I move on from these, it is not a good company but could be a good trade.
Notice how the stock actually found support and held, then started to pop on volume?
Well, that’s the one signal I look for and technically, this is known as the fish hook pattern for me.
Basically, I want to look for beaten-down stocks that found support and started to catch a bounce. Now, these plays are a bit risky, so I want to be nimble and get in and out (it can be a few days or minutes).
The key for me is to identify areas of value.
For NAKD, I liked above $0.09 as an entry, and $0.16 as the target. So risk-reward here, it was attractive. If the stock broke below $0.08, that meant the pattern was broken.
Now, NAKD actually got to the price I thought it would the day after I mentioned it.
Listen, there are plenty of opportunities out there such as the one you’ve seen above.
I’ve noticed a trend of beaten-down small-cap, low-float stocks exploding higher for brief periods.
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