A few good trades in a down sided market

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A sneak peek at what has happened in the newsletter in just two weeks.


Hi all,

Now that the some trades have been made I can update you all and show what I traded and why. If you would like to take part in the next stage of growth feel free to subscribe HERE

Below is an image of the chart that I used to make my first trade into HUR.



I ended up paying 12.4pps and put 3/4 of my portfolio into it.

It then dipped down to 11pps ish.

here is the next chart.



Progression seemed to be starting and I was confident the bounce would carry.

The next chart started to change the trajectory.

Then the price started to level out.


Today I sold the lot. Around 15% up and all in just 2 weeks.

The first chart showed HUR was oversold and the previous oversold levels indicated that a period of heavy buying would follow.

This kind of chart analysis along with other indicators helped make this trade relatively easy.

Since then I have successfully added 2 more day trades to the list of success and am now looking at the potential first bagger of the newsletter.

I hope everyone already reading my newsletter are enjoying this different insight into the market and that those that are not will take the opportunity to enjoy a month free trial.


All the best and as always,

All in my opinion and not to be taken as fact nor advice.

Always seek professional advice before investing in any company.

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