We’ve spent the past few weeks covering short interest – it’s one of the best indicators that a stock is ready to pop, after all. But I’m not the only one who uses this indicator to identify potential winning trades.
My colleague, trading expert Andrew Keene, used the millionaire-minting GameStop story to create what could be one of the most lucrative trading systems ever…
He calls these kinds of trade opportunities “super squeezes,” and he’s seen rare and extraordinary peak profits hit the market like 1,040% on FIZZ… 5,416% on AMC… even 7,272% on BBBY as a result.
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Short interest may show you when it’s time to get into a stock. But today, I’m going to show you when to get out…
I’m unveiling one of my favorite database model filters: The Crescendo Trader.
A crescendo is defined as the highest point reached in a progressive increase of intensity. And that directly translates into one of my strongest trading tools…
Crescendo volume – when a stock sees a quick rise in price and trading activity after a slower rally.
You’ve held XYZ stock in your portfolio for a few months now. And during that time, it’s been slowly rising higher. And then one day, boom – the stock skyrockets 10% as traders pour in.
That’s crescendo volume. And it means one very important thing…
It’s time to get out.
After that, you can set your sights for the next point to buy in ahead of another massive rally, as these trends often repeat themselves over and over again.
Identifying crescendo volume is the most accurate way to know, down to the exact minute, when to get out of a position. I’ve seen it work in some of the biggest sectors of the market, including alternative energy, big-tech, and even social media stocks. Basically, anything that the market is actively trading.
Right now, there are 10 stocks experiencing crescendo volume.