Before Reddit, This Indicator Predicted 20 Years of Short-Squeeze Rallies

You can profit off of short squeezes without using Reddit.

For the past 20 years, I’ve been using short interest in all of my investment models because it’s one of the best ways to predict a bullish rally.

Short interest is revolutionizing the trading world as we know it. You can take advantage with up to three short squeeze trade recommendations per week – learn how right here.

You see, GameStop wasn’t the first short squeeze to rock the market. But it was the first time ever that short squeezes became public knowledge. And now, those of us “in the know” are smiling because the rest of the world has figured out this trick.

Like I said, I’ve been leveraging short interest for the past two decades. And I haven’t done it by spending hours scrolling through Reddit forums.

During that time, I’ve developed a short squeeze system that finds these opportunities every single week. Over my entire career, the short squeeze has proven itself one of the most reliable indicators in my entire trading arsenal.

That’s why I say that short-sellers are a bull’s best friend.

And right now, my data shows me that three specific stocks are about to experience a short squeeze rally

The Right Way to Profit from Aggressive Volatility

Hands down, the absolute worst kind of volatility is zero volatility.

Not only does a “No Volatility / No Direction” – aka NVND – situation drive investors crazy as they wait for things to pick up… zero volatility will also cost traders money as time passes with no movement.

Take Fifth-Third Bancorp (Nasdaq:FITB), for example. In 2019, the banks were settling into what is normally a weak seasonal period. So, I recommended the purchase of a put on FITB and prepared for what my research told me was the inevitable – the stock was going to see a volatility storm and lower prices.

A month later, I’m watching the computer screen in aggravation after the stock had gone sideways on me.

It was going through NVND: a trader’s worst enemy.