Close the week strong with a stock barely anyone knows about. Act early. Here’s the full scoop.
I love this stock. I think most traders will too.
The last time it broke it rallied all the way to 1.25. Investors and traders lapped it up pretty quick so I believe that the current setup is poised to create another feast.
The company has been making good progress and released a series of breaking developments. The last one confirmed the completed filing of its patent for an international application surrounding the game of chess.
I suspect Wall Street will be very interested in this company not least because chess has a market of around 600M people. Every nook and cranny has its chess super fans and super players and competitions now rake in millions.
More importantly though, the stock has the near-term chart formation to justify your attention. Entry is well-placed – not too high or too low. Daily volatility has taken volume levels higher and entry/exit possibilities are pretty much a trader’s pick.
You have to hurry though because a break above the 50 DMA (currently 0.26) could send this on a crazy run and if that occurs you definitely don’t want to be left in the dust.
Here’s your head start. Read the full report by clicking below and make sure you’re in a position to win by 9:30AM EST when the cheapest shares are most often available.
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