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We’ve been sticking and moving DarkPulse, Inc. (OTCMKTS: DPLS), one of the first stocks on our Breakout Watchlist, for a while now because it’s so predictably profitable.

Well, we’re going to do it again.

Like I mentioned yesterday, we’re going to upcycle DPLS for another quick profit.

This is how the best traders in the world do it.

Contrary to popular belief, most traders only focus on one or two stocks, and DPLS is shaping up to be a Penny Hawk favorite.

Here’s why we’re playing this name again.


After posting its first profit for our Penny Hawk portfolio, DPLS shares are upcycling for another rally to $0.20.

The stock just found support at $0.10 as its bullish 20- and 50-day moving average are trending higher at this price to add support.

Not to mention, another wave of volume is forming… showing us that a surge is about to burst.

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Buy DPLS for a limit of $0.12. Add a 5% trailing stop when the stock hits $0.20.
While I have you here, I also wanted to show you another corner of the stock market.

Like I mentioned earlier this week, the man who helped create the Volatility Index ($VIX) showed me this.

You’ve seen the news… Wall Street’s financial shenanigans are now being laid out for the entire world to see.

Which is why recently, we’ve been discovering entire sections of the market that were once unavailable to the mass public.

If tapping into the over-the-counter market via the Penny Hawk method is profitable for you… then you might want to tap into this other corner of the market as well.

Click here to see what this $VIX developer has just discovered.

Until next time,

Chris Johnson


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