The New IPO Everyone’s Watching

by | Aug 26, 2022

Welcome back to the Wolf’s Den,

There’s no time to waste!

Remember the massive +19,000% spike on AMTD Digital Inc. (NYSE: HKD)? It started as a hot IPO and quickly developed into the biggest short squeeze anyone’s ever seen.

Here’s a chart …

HKD chart Source:

IPOs are volatile because it’s the first time anyone’s able to trade them.

There’s so much demand introduced all at once. Things can get crazy.

Some traders prepare for the volatility, and they walk away with millions.

Tim Sykes is at $7 million. And his student, Jack Kellog flew past that level … check out Jack’s profits here.

I’m trying to illustrate a point.

Some traders know what to look for. They’ve been successful for years.

And they show other traders because more demand can mean a bigger spike. There’s enough here for everyone!

$127k in just 24 hours?! 😳

Did you catch the Shadow Trades Summit with Tim Sykes and Mark Croock?

If not, check it out now before it’s too late.

Mark pulled back the curtain on his shadow trades strategy…

Plus, we all spent time in the red at the beginning. We know how you feel. And we want to help.

Study the patterns Sykes gives you.

And get this new IPO on your watchlist … 

Red Hot IPO

We gotta get right into it, like I said.

IPOs have been hot lately, and if you’re not watching this one … I’m glad you’re here now.

It’s called Mobilicom Ltd Ads (NASDAQ: MOB), and started trading on August 25 after an $11 million IPO.

The float is only 2 million shares. And trading volume is already well above that.

Also, it’s in the cybersecurity sector. Servicing mostly drone and autonomous platforms. We’ve seen those sectors run in the past. Think AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. (AMEX: UAVS).

Here’s the chart of MOB so far … 

MOB chart Source:

Consolidating under highs like a boss!

It might continue the breakout, we might see it fall off. But either way, there’s a play to make!

That’s the beauty of Sykes’ framework. There are so many different opportunities to profit.

The Best Patterns

To cover the bases, let’s say the stock tanks … 

This panic-dip-buy pattern is Sykes’ favorite.

He uses it when the price falls a ton. Then there’s a correctional bounce. And that’s the bullish price action he trades.

But I like to use a different pattern. Here’s a video about it … 

This is what I mean about different profit opportunities. Sykes showed me how to trade, but we trade different patterns.

Every trader is different. Maybe these patterns don’t click right away for you. No problem … 

This isn’t rocket science. But everyone needs a good shove in the right direction … 

Profits can be a reality,

Roland Wolf

Editor, The Wolf’s Den


P.S. You want to make money trading stocks? So does everyone. There’s no shame in that. But most people don’t make it. The ones that do … they prepare like Tim Sykes.

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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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