The Anatomy of a Stock Rally

Volatility is a trader’s best friend because it represents a stock’s price surges.

As traders, we can make money off these aggressive movements no matter if the stock goes up or down, and there is a lot of opportunity right now for us to make volatile profits.

For example, take a look at Newegg Commerce, Inc. (NASDAQ: NEGG).

One quick glance at NEGG‘s chart shows that you could have predicted its explosive rally almost a month before it happened.

With the Volatility Index ($VIX) nearly surpassing the 25 level yesterday, it’s now more important than ever for you to know how to predict these price surges.

That’s why today, I’m going to break down the anatomy of a breakout stock.

Each breakout has some signatures that are telling of upcoming activity.

In the same way that your reflexes kick when the doctor hammers your knee… a stock will reflex aggressively when three specific things happen at the same time.

Every single stock on the market, whether it’s $20 or $2,000, behaves like this.

Here’s how to tell which stocks will break out…

These Three ETFs Will Beat the Market for the Rest of the Year

Today I’m going to show you my top three “foundational ETFs.”

I call them that because they should be the foundation of your portfolio.

Most people build their foundation wrong. They use individual stocks and benchmark indices like the Invesco QQQ Trust (NASDAQ: QQQ).

Those are nice… but we’re chasing the alpha.

“Alpha” is a trading term that describes an investment’s ability to beat the market. It is often used to refer to “excess profits.”

If you’re sticking to the benchmarks like the QQQ, you’ll never outperform the S&P 500 or the Nasdaq.

Not to mention, we’re entering the second half of the year, and by now your portfolio should be considerably ahead of the overall market.

But if it’s not, don’t worry because there’s plenty of time for you to come out on top.

We’re going to use my top three foundational ETFs to do it.

Buy these three ETFs right now to get alpha profits…

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