HOW THE
NEWSLETTER WORKS

Every weekend, we’re going to send you the newsletter. We recommend
logging into your preferred trading account and making the trades for
Monday morning.

PART 1:
SIMPLIFY YOUR TRADING STRATEGY

A. The Past Week Recap provides a brief overview of activity in the broad market, to help us better understand whether any major sentiments might be affecting our stocks. Even though price action of our stocks may not necessarily be representative of the broad market trend, there are times when a particular institutional sentiment permeates most stocks, including ours.

B. Highlights are just that – a quick summary of stocks from our list for which good things are happening – such as gains at double-digit levels and/or having closed the week at new weekly highs (long positions) or new weekly lows (short positions). The larger this list, the better!

C. Stock list changes, if any, are mentioned. Reasons a stock may be discontinued are due to a merger or buyout, in which case the symbol is retired, or the price pattern has become erratic or flat, thus less productive. In instances where an underperforming stock is deleted, we will replace it with a stock we have been tracking that has great profit potential.

A. The Past Week Recap provides a brief overview of activity in the broad market, to help us better understand whether any major sentiments might be affecting our stocks. Even though price action of our stocks may not necessarily be representative of the broad market trend, there are times when a particular institutional sentiment permeates most stocks, including ours.

B. Highlights are just that – a quick summary of stocks from our list for which good things are happening – such as gains at double-digit levels and/or having closed the week at new weekly highs (long positions) or new weekly lows (short positions). The larger this list, the better!

C. Stock list changes, if any, are mentioned. Reasons a stock may be discontinued are due to a merger or buyout, in which case the symbol is retired, or the price pattern has become erratic or flat, thus less productive. In instances where an underperforming stock is deleted, we will replace it with a stock we have been tracking that has great profit potential.

D. Analytic updates, if any, that are deemed material will be mentioned. The analytics are subject to constant adjustment, so small routine “tweaks” are not necessarily discussed.

E. The Stock List is the heart of our newsletter – easy-to-understand recommendations as to what to do with each stock for the coming week. Trade recommendations are highlighted in yellow. All other stocks remain intact for next week. Depending on market volatility, trades may be few or many. Depending on how many, and which, stocks you hold positions in, many weeks or months may pass without having to place a single trade.

Long positions setting new weekly highs are noted with NWH to the right. Short positions setting new weekly lows are noted with NWL to the right. Green is good!

Trade signal explanations are a reminder of the specific actions you need to take in your online brokerage account for a particular highlighted trade. Occasionally we exit a stock and AVOID it for the coming week if analytics are uncertain of price direction. We may AVOID a stock for several weeks – be patient. In most instances, a stock undergoes a complete reversal in direction, so we must close our current position with one trade order, then open a new position in the opposite direction with another trade order.

D. Analytic updates, if any, that are deemed material will be mentioned. The analytics are subject to constant adjustment, so small routine “tweaks” are not necessarily discussed.

E. The Stock List is the heart of our newsletter – easy-to-understand recommendations as to what to do with each stock for the coming week. Trade recommendations are highlighted in yellow. All other stocks remain intact for next week. Depending on market volatility, trades may be few or many. Depending on how many, and which, stocks you hold positions in, many weeks or months may pass without having to place a single trade.

Long positions setting new weekly highs are noted with NWH to the right. Short positions setting new weekly lows are noted with NWL to the right. Green is good!

Trade signal explanations are a reminder of the specific actions you need to take in your online brokerage account for a particular highlighted trade. Occasionally we exit a stock and AVOID it for the coming week if analytics are uncertain of price direction. We may AVOID a stock for several weeks – be patient. In most instances, a stock undergoes a complete reversal in direction, so we must close our current position with one trade order, then open a new position in the opposite direction with another trade order.

Think outside the buy-and-hold box. Approach the market as an active trader, to take advantage of the profit opportunities offered every week by a select group of stocks that routinely change price.

Think outside the buy-and-hold box. Approach the market as an active trader, to take advantage of the profit opportunities offered every week by a select group of stocks that routinely change price.

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