Get Back In The Game With A Real Wild One
Rally On, Traders!
We sat out most of the recent volatility for two reasons. First, the Wall Street whales were looking a little top heavy. Second, my screen was quiet.
But now that screen is flashing to life again! Upper Street Marketing Inc. (UPPR) is the start-up that’s caught my eye.
Check out this wild action! It doesn’t take much to get this one going at the right speed to get us back in the game:
We got quiet when the market wasn’t delivering the HUGE opportunities we like. The ones I saw looked tired. The sizzle just wasn’t there.
Add it up, we skipped the “correction” that’s got Wall Street so riled up. Even though we had to cool our jets a few weeks, it was worth it.
But UPPR has what it takes to heat up that cool wave. Look at that wild action, those huge candlesticks standing tall on most days.
The right swing here opens $0.10 to $0.15 in a single day. Down here at $0.35 or so, that’s a MASSIVE percentage to capture when you annualize.
Hey, the S&P 500 wobbles around and only nets 10%-12% in a typical year, right? Do that UPPR math and apply it to MINUTES.
I’ve marked some levels up there. Suffice to say it doesn’t take more than $0.01 — a 3% move — to crack the 50-day ceiling. That’s BREAKOUT.
From there, the sky opens up big. The “wild” zone reflects most trading peaks of the last couple months. “Super” wild is stratospheric.
No idea whether or if we hit any of those high notes here. The market will decide . . . but it’s good to get a sense of the possibilities, right?
So what’s UPPR all about? I’ve got to admit this one led with the chart. News flow here hasn’t been all that fierce lately. That’s actually all right.
Stocks that stuck their necks out with earnings or whatever got chopped in the last few weeks. Those like UPPR that kept their heads down did OK.
What we know is that the company is structured like a holding group. They acquire “interesting” little businesses and apply their marketing power.
The idea is that the marketing power makes a little business bigger. UPPR likes to add value. Think of them like a mini private equity firm.
Their biggest recent add was going to be new bottled cocktails. Management pulled the plug on that one because timing didn’t work out.
They kept their powder dry. No added shares needed to be issued. Traders who were worried about dilution get to breathe easier on that front.
And either way, UPPR just found another target. This one’s all about botanical database, gardening how-to for guys like Lowes.
Read between the lines, I’m thinking that “gardening” boom extends to the guys looking to farm legal green in the right states. Everyone wants a piece!
But I don’t want to speak out of line. What we know is that UPPR is back in the game, shuffling the deck of equity cards and looking for a winning hand.
Do they hit it on our watch? If not, the chart’s awful close to one of our famous “blank checks” — wild and unimpaired by fundamental forces.
And if they do, that means NEWS to float the sails. I like that. A little buzz, a little sizzle. Go go go!
Happy, Happy, Happy Trading!
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