Finding Phoenix: MDB I’ve talked several times about these cloud computing companies — they’re big time stocks right now that I’ve been paying close attention to (and if you haven’t been, you definitely should). For today, to elaborate on the strength of this industry, I’m going to talk about a recent trade in MDB. You’ll want to read on for this… because it booked me a profit of $1K in an hour. So let’s talk about this trade in MDB… … Read more
After releasing my most recent indicator, the Phoenix Finder, I had multiple members of the “Five Star” community ask me for more information on it. So I decided to hold an exclusive webinar all about the Phoenix Finder. Now that I have this fantastic research tool, I really don’t know how I traded before without it. It’s taken my trading game to the next level, and I’m so excited to share it with you! Check out the full deep dive … Read more
Hot Millennial and Consumer Discretionary Stocks Consumer discretionary stocks, and the way they move, are an important ‘tell’ as far as how the health of the economy is doing. Why? Consumers spend money on discretionary products – items they don’t really need, but rather want – when they have extra cash, and are comfortable with their financial situation. During this episode, Charles Payne and I discuss several low priced consumer discretionary stocks he likes, along with some of my favorites … Read more
And where I’m focusing trade-wise. Remember last Friday when we talked? I called that while we initially saw a downside trigger in the transports, because the indexes hadn’t fully triggered, it was still just a slight pullback? Additionally, on Friday, Phoenix showed us how several key names (MSFT, AMZN, GOOGL) started rising after the pullbacks. Well, these Phoenixes were the first sign that the market pullback was over. Then, Monday morning, the market opened up with practical cannon fire…. After … Read more
If we look at the data, this isn’t unexpected. Remember when I told you I was looking for signs of cracks in the bullish structure of the market, versus identifying a normal pullback? Well, I’m now seeing signs. You’ll want to read this (especially if you’re one of the many members who have reached out to me concerned about the market the last few days)… So let me break this down for you — and give you some piece of … Read more
As promised, here’s my follow-up from yesterday. What’s even better about actually taking the time to break down the technicals, and show you how I do what I do (so you can too)… is when the play I’ve been talking about continues to pan out well. You’ll see what I mean later. Remember yesterday I talked about the S&P taking a breather as well as, the individual stocks that align with my overall sector analysis. Well I told you I’d … Read more
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