TRADE THE CAMEL AT 10:30AM EST

It’s Wednesday, aka Hump Day (made infamous by the GEICO camel).

Jokes aside, the week is halfway over and the weekend is almost here.

And if you’re going out this weekend, well you just have to have a little extra cash to spend.

Don’t let the Wednesday blues get you down – it’s a fine day to make some money – and I’ll be going live at 10:30AM EST to help you take advantage of this morning’s trends.

Click here to join me live on air.

PENNY STOCK HIGHLIGHT

The market moved big the other day, but today there just aren’t any new signals for us to trade.

And that’s okay.

When you trade long enough, you’re going to have slow days.

Well, the best thing to do on a slow day is review your portfolio . You could also take a look over the Breakout Watchlist.

Today, I’m going to go over our upcycle tradeDarkPulse, Inc. (OTCMKTS: DPLS).

My Night Traders like to call this the “wash-rinse-repeat” strategy.

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LET’S GET TECHNICAL

This is our second time playing DPLS and if you haven’t gotten in yet, it’s not too late to buy this stock at a profitable price.

Shares are seeing support from its 50-day moving average.

At the same time, they’re preparing to break above their top Bollinger band at $0.15. At this point, we should see a volatility surge propel DPLS to $0.20.

As if that’s not enough, commodity prices are rising. My research shows that this has a bullish effect on DPLS shares.

ACTION TO TAKE

Buy DPLS for a limit of $0.12. Add a 5% trailing stop when the stock hits $0.20.
Like usual, I’ll keep you updated with the latest developments and opportunities that the market has to offer.

So please make sure to tune in tomorrow for more Penny Hawk trade research.

Until next time,


Chris Johnson


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