4 Stocks for This Week

by | Jul 13, 2022

Welcome back to the Wolf’s Den,

The overall market is still deciding on a direction. Let’s take a look at a chart.

The S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY) has local support from a month ago, but we’re not out of the woods yet…

Since the market’s uncertain right now, it’s really important that we focus on the best plays.

I’m watching four stocks this week. They’re the only ones with a chance of moving higher.

Don’t get distracted by crappy stocks, watch these instead… 

How To Trade These Spikers

Here’s one of the best things about this niche: things move fast.

Sometimes a trade will only take a few minutes.

For example, Sykes made this trade yesterday. It didn’t take longer than 10 mins… 

There’s one catch. In order to profit from these moves, traders need to use up-to-date software.

Some trading software displays data 10-20 minutes late. That’s no good.

Make sure you’re using the right platforms.

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Now you’re prepared for volatile price movements.

Like the ones on these stocks… 

4 Stocks

I don’t have any open positions right now.

Remember, these trades can be quick.

I’m going to sit on my hands until I see a perfect play. That’s how professional traders stay profitable.

#1: SaverOne 2014 Ltd. (NASDAQ: SVRE)

This stock is a recent Nasdaq listing, which always makes the price a bit volatile.

It’s also got a really low float. Only 1.6 million shares outstanding.

I don’t see any news that I like right now, but I think there’s definitely the opportunity for a hot catalyst.

#2: Helios Medical Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: HSDT)

Another low float stock that ran yesterday on high volume.

The stock fell off highs quite a bit.

I’m not the most excited about this one, but I’ll definitely keep an eye on it.

#3: Greenwich LifeSciences Inc (NASDAQ: GLSI)

This is a low-float sketchy-biotech stock.

It recently announced a postponement of the share repurchase program.

That’s bearish news. And shorts didn’t waste any time getting in.

Now the stock is stuck in a classic short squeeze.

I’m watching the price to see if it can break out over highs.

#4: Seritage Growth Properties Class A (NYSE: SRG)

This stock has a slightly higher float, but not huge: 46 million shares outstanding.

It gapped up and spiked on July 8, 2022. And it’s still consolidating below the break-out level.

Keep a trained eye on this runner!

Depending on when you read this letter, it might be too late for some of these stocks.

As I said, this niche moves fast.

Want to know the hottest stocks every morning right before the market opens?

Check out this watchlist algorithm.

Pay attention to the profits,

Roland Wolf

Editor, The Wolf’s Den

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About Roland

Originally from Arizona, Roland started trading after a career-ending ankle injury forced him to quit pro soccer. After a few years of hard work, he managed to turn $4,000 into over $1.2 million.

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