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5 Things to Look for When Choosing a Pot Stock

5 Things to Look for When Choosing a Pot Stock

I know what you’re looking for.

In the last issue I told you that penny pot stocks are hot…

But how do you find potential targets?

First, focus on day trading. Penny pot stocks don’t hold their value over days, months, and years. Get in and get out with your profits. I’ve even pegged a new “profit calendar” that can help take the guesswork out of finding the best penny pot stocks…

Second, check out this strategy I’ve created for finding the best pot stocks…

1. Decide Which Marijuana Stocks to Grab Right Now

Concentrate on volatility. If there’s no price action, there’s no profit potential. You want a spiky chart that shows predictable patterns between support and resistance.

You also want to look for high-volume penny pot stocks. If there’s only 1,000 shares in play, there’s no reason to dive in. You might not be able to sell quickly, which means you can’t control your losses.

2. Use Technical Analysis and Chart Patterns to Find the Best Opportunities

Any stock trade you make should be based on careful research. Otherwise, you’re putting your cash at risk.

If you learn one thing from me, learn this: It’s all in the charts.

Any trade you make should be based off a high opportunity chart pattern, even if the stock has amazing fundamentals.

Now, if you know anything about technical analysis, you’ll know that there’s a million chart pattern and indicators, but trust me, forget 99% of them and just use simple, clean chart patterns.

With charts, simple is beautiful. You have a lot fewer headaches and have much greater odds of success.

But don’t overthink the charts!

Look for clean price action. It could mean a hot ticker is making clean higher highs and higher lows every few days, or it could be a stock with a recent exciting news story that’s just broken above its all-time high.

3. Fundamental Analysis for Penny Pot Stocks

As with all penny stocks, penny pot stocks generally don’t have the strongest fundamentals. They often have tiny operations, led by managers without the greatest reputations, and let’s be honest, most will blow up in the end.

You have to remember that penny stock movements are all about hype in general. Be on the right side of hype (whether bullish or bearish), and it should be an easy ride to profits.

Make sure to keep up to date with news and company announcements regarding earnings, contracts, financing and regulatory issues.

Be thorough in this and research everything you can, there’s a lot of information out there, but know this: The more you research, the greater your odds of success.

4. Only Trade Hot Stocks and be Ready to Grab Your Profits

There’s no use buying or shorting a stock that has exciting fundamentals when nobody gives a damn about the company and the stock price isn’t going anywhere.

If nobody notices the stock, you can’t profit from it.

Make sure to only be in stocks that are currently hot; people are talking about them; they’re in the news; the charts look clean and ready for big moves.

When you’re finally on a hot stock and you’ve made some healthy profits, don’t wait around too long. I can tell you from my 20+ years of experience: It’s much better to be too early getting off the train than too late.

With pot stocks being the hottest sector in 2018 and a bunch of these names being parabolic, you have to be aware that these crazy moves often end in major declines when the party’s over …

So, be nimble, ready to close your position, and walk away from the stock — and remember that hype doesn’t last forever.

5. Create a List of the Best Marijuana Penny Stocks

Your watchlist is a handy tool.

Keep five or six stocks on your watchlist at all times so you can take immediate advantage of a potential win.

I also recommend maintaining a trading journal.

Document failures and successes so you can avoid making the same mistakes twice.

Ready to jump in yet? Hang tight for just one more issue.

I’ve got four more tips on choosing the best pot stocks that I’ve reserved for you tomorrow.

Regards,

— Tim Sykes
Editor, Penny Stock Millionaires

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I know what you’re looking for. In the last issue I told you that penny pot stocks are hot… But how do you find potential targets? First, focus on day trading. Penny pot stocks don’t hold their value over days, months, and years. Get in and get out with your profits. I’ve even pegged a...

Timothy Sykes

Tim Sykes is the editor of Tim Sykes’ Weekly Fortunes, a bi-weekly penny stock trader.

He also writes the free daily e-letter, Tim Sykes’ Penny Stock Millionaires

Tim’s most famous for turning the $12,415 dollars he received at his Bar Mitzvah into more than $1.65 million dollars in trading profits by college graduation.

In 2003,...

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