Weekly Profits — 4 Stocks To Watch

by | Jul 20, 2022

Welcome back to the Wolf’s Den,

We might not be out of the weeds yet … but overall markets are bouncing.

Here’s a chart of the S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY) grinding back from lows …

SPY chart Source: StocksToTrade

Now is the perfect time to look for bear-market-bounce opportunities.

When prices fall and investors oversell stocks, there’s usually a small bounce period where long-biased traders can bank.

That’s what we’re experiencing right now.

Take advantage of these moves. It’s time to get serious about trading!

I used to struggle as a newer trader. Want to know how I started to profit?

By trading stocks like these… 

The Most Volatile Stocks

I didn’t make much money when I first started trading. But that all changed once I learned which stocks to trade.

Here’s a video from the beginning of my journey… 

It sounds like a pretty simple concept. But there are a lot of people that don’t understand which tickers are likely to spike, and which will fail.

I discovered how to find the right stocks from Tim Sykes.

Actually, I think it was in these videos … make sure to watch ‘em if you’re confused.

Consistent profits are only a possibility if I trade the right tickers.

And these are four great examples to watch.

My 4 Stocks

I don’t have a position in any of these stocks right now.

Growing A Small Trading Account? Check this Out

When multi-millionaire trader Mark Croock first started trading, he was an overworked and underpaid accountant…

So he knows what it’s like to start small while wanting to massively grow your wealth as quickly as possible.

That’s why he just recorded a step-by-step training that reveals what he believes is the best options trading method for someone trading with a small account.

This isn’t a buy-and-hold strategy. Here’s how it goes… 

That way I can sit in cash and wait for the best possible setup.

#1 Sidus Space Inc. (NASDAQ: SIDU)

This space and satellite manufacturing company spiked on July 19 with news and huge volume.

The stock also has a low float of only 6 million outstanding shares. Low float stocks spike higher because there’s a limited supply.

It’s also got a history of running.

All around, this is a great stock to keep on the watchlist.

SIDU chart Source: StocksToTrade

#2 Canoo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOEV)

This stock first spiked on July 12 with a big Walmart deal.

The float is over 100 million shares. That’s a little bigger than I’d like. But I like the news and the price action so it’s still on my list.

Look out for the huge breakout level at $5.

GOEV chart Source: StocksToTrade

#3 United Maritime Corporation (NASDAQ: USEA)

This is a recent Nasdaq uplisting.

IPOs and uplistings are historically volatile. They offer a lot of opportunities.

Also, this stock only has a float of 1.5 million shares!

If the price drops below $2, I’ll probably take it off my watchlist. Until then, I’m waiting for a rebound.

USEA chart Source: StocksToTrade

#4 Vertical Aerospace Ltd. (NYSE: EVTL)

The float for this ticker is 55 million shares. Bigger than 10 million but not a huge share count. Over 100 million shares is when I start to lose interest.

This ticker’s got news that involves American Airlines and zero-emission aircraft.

That’s really bullish.

It’s currently grinding towards the break-out level at $6.

EVTL chart Source: StocksToTrade

Anyone Can Do This

Sometimes it seems like Sykes and I are trading geniuses. That’s a load of B.S.

The truth is, we’re not much smarter than anyone else.

Sure, we use top trading tools like StocksToTrade in order to gain an edge, but these tools are available to anyone… 

Want to learn the process behind my +$1 million in profits?

It’s the same process that’s made Sykes +$7 million. I’ll catch up eventually, he got a big head start.

Apply now!

Start your journey,

Roland Wolf

Editor, The Wolf’s Den

All content in this newsletter is intended for educational and informational purposes only.

The material in this newsletter is not to be construed as (i) a recommendation to buy or sell stocks, (ii) investment advice, or (iii) a representation that the investments being discussed are suitable or appropriate for any person.  No representation is being made that following The Wolf’s Den’s strategies will guarantee a particular outcome or result in profits.  The price and value of stocks may fluctuate depending upon various market factors, and, as such, the strategies used by The Wolf’s Den to adjust for those fluctuations may change without notice.

There are significant risks associated with trading stocks and you must be aware of those risks, and willing to accept them, in order to invest in these markets.  Past performance of any trading system or methodology is not indicative of future results.  You should always conduct your own analysis before making investments.

You should not trade with money you cannot afford to lose and there is a risk that trading stocks will result in a complete loss of your investment.  Trading stocks, particularly penny stocks, is not suitable for everyone and requires hard work, due diligence, capital, and substantial time to monitor the market and timely execute trades.

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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