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Using Situational Analysis To Trade Penny Stocks

June 2, 2014 by   Filed under Long Term OTC Ideas

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Relax, Trade The Odds, Not The Company

 WhisperfromWallStreet focuses on the predictable and profitable results that can  come from properly applying Situational Analysis.

 Situational Analysis is nothing more than looking at events effecting a stock and  how investors respond to them. For NYSE, AMEX or NASDAQ stocks, situational  analysis would include watching for dividend announcements, FDA approvals, or  share repurchase programs to name a few.

When it comes to OTC stocks the big driver to focus on is exposure campaigns.

Why, because most of the big price gains you see in the OTC market are the result  of them and thats where the money is.

Thats why our newsletter has the track record it does. Over the last 5 years,  almost 85% of our alerts have traded higher with an average price gain of 40%

 Thats hundreds and hundreds of alerts.

Our most successful readers have figured out with statistics like that, they trade the odds and not the specifics of each alert. This frees them up to focus on the actual trading of the stock which is making good entries and exits.

Trading the odds looks like this.

  1. Buy a little bit of every alert,

  2. Look to exit for a nice profit of 10-25% on the winners.

  3. Keep your losses small on the duds.

 HOW SHOULD YOU DO IT? 

  • Successful traders that use our strategy take small positions in all our alerts.
    • Get in early.
    • Sell quickly when the rest of the world is jumping in and prices are on the way up.
    • If the alert is not working out, get out. Keep losses small.

So, keep it simple, trade the odds instead of company details and you will make a lot more money trading penny stocks.

Good Trading.

Mark

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