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Boom or Bust… Are You Ready For 2021?

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“It’s not really work It’s just the power to charm I’m standing in the wind But never wave bye bye.” — David Bowie, Modern Love “Some in clandestine companies combine; Erect new stocks to trade beyond the line’ With air and empty names beguile the town, And raise new credits first, then cry ‘em down; […]

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Hit and Run Trifecta

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Thursday was a good day for Hit & Run members. We put wood on the ball in long plays in FUV and UPST and POSH short. Let’s take a look at the setups. On Thursday’s open I called an audible on FUV long on the Hit & Run private Twitter Feed. The following daily FUV shows a pretty Cup & Handle […]

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3860, a Test

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“You should have seen me with the poker man, I had a honey and I bet a grand, Just in the nick of time I looked at his hand.” Paul McCartney, Junior’s Farm Readers of the Hit & Run Report know that 3860 SPX is a number we’ve had on our radar all year. Yesterday, the SPX […]

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The Investment Hat Versus the Trading Cap: AG In the Spotlight

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“The key to trading success is emotional discipline. If intelligence were the key, there would be a lot more people making money trading.” – Victor Sperandeo Those of you who have been subscribers for a while know that I’m a Hit & Run trader. However, you also see that I’m willing to be patient if […]

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How to Use Ghost Lines and the Side Door Entry To Capture Explosive Moves

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Oftentimes hot money momentum traders will load up on a stock on strength on the runoff, carrying it over in anticipation of a pop the next morning. Consequently, an initial bout of profit taking can lead to an early shakeout. This is what occurred in OTRK, which was a long idea from the Hit & Run weekend […]

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Pay Me Now Or Pay Me Later

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“You’re not the same anymore Don’t wanna play that game anymore You’d make a better window than a door…” – You’re Not the Same Anymore, The Strokes “I like the casino business. People walk in the front door and walk out the back door and leave their money in between.” – Steve Wynn The market […]

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EOSE: How To Navigate Volatility Using Hit & Run Signals & the Square of 9

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A Gilligan’s Island is a strategy I created in the 1990s that does a good job of identifying exhaustion or climax runs. A Gilligan sell signal is a gap up to a new 60 day high with a close at near session lows. Reverse for buy signals. Sometimes these are just short-term signals to capitalize […]

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No Country for Old Traders

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“I die each time I hear this sound Here he comes, that’s Cathy’s clown.” – The Everly Brothers Growth stocks have dominated for a decade; however the growth generals FB, AAPL, AMZN, NFLX and GOOG have left the battlefield. The young soldiers clamor in where angels fear to tread. As we showed in a previous report this week, FANG hasn’t had the […]

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How to Trade a Hot IPO Using the Square of 9 & A Cheetah

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SEER was a hot IPO in December. It ran from 44 to 86 in 6 days — just shy of a 100% advance before pulling back to 50.60. On January 5, SEER carved out a Lightning Rod (LROD signal) a Large Range Outside Up Day. Range precedes price and I created the LROD strategy to signal […]

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Why I Want You To Get On Board the Hit & Run Train

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Hit & Run members have been crushing it in small names like FUBO, EH, EOSE, UPST, BLNK, AQB, PAND, FLGT and FUTU. But let’s be honest, let’s not confuse brains with late stage runaway bull market action. Euphoria has permeated the tape, causing stocks to explode 10 and 20% up and down in a day… if you know where to look and what to look […]

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