When This One Moves, HANG ON
Rise Up Traders!
Getting a little “volatile” out there as the Wall Street fat cats realize their best ideas aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. That’s OK in my book!
We were NEVER Goldman Sachs even on the biggest days, but I wonder if those Masters of the Universe would be grateful to look at my trades now.
For example, there’s North America Frac Sand Inc. (NAFS). Tiny stock here at barely $0.08, neglected area of the market.
NAFS is jockeying to become a key player in the fracking sand business, which as you know has suffered as the frackers cut back on new wells.
But it looks like crude is showing signs of bottoming here, which means these names could be punching back FAST on pure relief!
And from history, it ain’t like NAFS needs a whole lot of help. Check it out:
outilsuffered along with thousands of other stocks. But yesterday took the market cap down to barely $4 million and exposed a double opportunity:
NAFS went from $0.06 to $0.25 back in December in a matter of DAYS. Technically it went as low as $0.05 but I’ll be strict and call it a 300% move.
The charm that time was the company’s progress toward buying and developing a world-class frack sand deposit.
It might not be the biggest on the planet and NAFS won’t say so unless the engineering work gives a green light, but the market definitely applauded.
They’ve hired a geologist to start working it as of about a week ago. They’re understandably EAGER to get moving after a few delays!
And I’m thinking the stock might be eager too. I’ll have more for you in the morning, but let’s get real for a minute tonight.
How many 3-digit charts have you seen lately? My last alert stock was a 3-digit powerhouse so I can recognize similar trends at a glance.
NAFS has that glow. December made it happen. Now I’m looking to tomorrow to see if it happens again!
See you in the morning with a few more details, but this should get you guys started.
Happy, Happy, Happy Trading!
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