One of the many ways we can play the over-the-counter markets is when the stock upgrades.

For example, Hertz Global Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: HTZ).

HTZ just got an upgrade yesterday morning, in fact I was talking about it on Money Morning LIVE yesterday – I’m on every morning at 10:30AM ET, click here to join me .

Now, you do not see this sort of upgrade very often.

This upgrade, combined with the increasing volume has me eyeing this stock at its current price.

Which begs the question – is it safe to buy a stock that was delisted, and then relisted?

HTZ was delisted from the NYSE because of the pandemic.

Shares were trading on the over-the-counter market until last month, when HTZ was “uplisted” onto the NASDAQ.

Right now, shares are enjoying all the benefits of being on a large exchange.

Simply put, there are so many ways to play HTZ, and I’m reviewing them all with my Night Traders.

Now, I understand that many Penny Hawks may not be interested in a $26 stock like HTZ, especially because it’s no longer on the over-the-counter market.

But that doesn’t mean we can’t make easy, straightforward profits with it.

I analyze these sorts of uncommon stock patterns with my Night Traders all the time because it’s one of the best ways to expand our trading.

To learn more about what I do for you in Night Trader – click here.

Until next time,


Chris Johnson


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