10:30AM ET IS GAME TIME FOR STOCKS

It’s the universal law of all sports…

The fourth quarter is always the most exciting part of a game.

Well, the same thing can be said for the stock market.

With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas coming up… people are gonna be spending a whole lotta money.

Companies will generate immense profits, earnings tend to go through the roof, and I’m going live at 10:30AM ET to find every single fourth quarter opportunity the market gives us.

Click here to join me on Money Morning LIVE.

PENNY HAWK PLAYBOOK OVERVIEW

The clock is ticking and the year is almost over.

When the hell did it become October already?

It feels like just yesterday that we were under house arrest, with the global economy shut down from Covid.

Which just goes to show us that the next three months will fly by just as quickly as the previous nine months have.

That’s why I’ve got another video breakdown especially for Penny Hawks.

I got up early to record this for you, so that we can have the best possible start to the fourth quarter.

Of course, if you’re only investing in the over-the-counter market… then you’re leaving money on the table.

We can also trade the stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq as well.

The very best way for you to start trading those stocks is with Night Trader, simply because I tell you exactly what to do… my trade alerts look like this:

Action #1 to Take: Sell-to-Close the IIVI March 19, 2021 $85 Call (IIVI210319C00085000) using a limit price of $6.00 or higher.

Action #2 to Take: Buy-to-Open the $VIX March 17, 2021 $22.00 Call (VIX210317C00022000) using a limit price of $5.50 or lower. Exit for a 50% profit or a 35% stop-loss – whichever comes first.

This was from an email I sent at the beginning of the year.

If you’d like to start getting these email trade alerts as well, please call 1-877-839-7058 (or 1-443-353-4519 for international.)

Now let’s dive right in to our fourth quarter Penny Hawk huddle, click the button below to watch…


Until next time,


Chris Johnson


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