Monday’s alert provided gains of up to 54%. This one looks even juicier.
Here’s your second chance to profit this week!
Did you capitalize on Monday’s alert? That stock gapped up, but pulled back to affordable prices within the first 30 minutes and then skyrocketed providing traders with profits of up to 54%—all in the first hour of trading.
My new alert looks ready to top that, however. I absolutely love mining companies. Historically they have provided readers with some of the biggest profits we have ever seen.
This alert is very special because the industry has always been lucrative for traders, but this time it gets even better.
Why? One word: float. This stock has a float of 434,850 shares which is worth $91k at current prices. Remember, a float is the amount of shares available to the public for buying.
Basically, the less shares there are available the easier it is for a stock’s share prices to go up. Simple supply and demand.
This stock is currently trading at 21 cents and we could be in for gains of up to 471%. This means traders could turn $1,000 into $4,710 if we test the 52-week high which seems very possible.
Wednesday’s first 15 minutes are going to be very important for this stock so traders who decide to pull the trigger need to do so at the beginning of the trading session when the markets open at 9:30AM EST.
I’ve put together a full report with technical analaysis and industry review and I believe you will love what you see.
Traders, take advantage of the opportunity before you and put yourself in a position to profit on Wednesday with this alert.
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