The Five Things You Need to Know Before You Buy Your Next Stock

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With the constant up and down of the markets, I know it can be hard to know where the best place to put your money is.

But it doesn’t have to be…

That’s why today, I want to show you the easiest way to identify the stocks that are worth your time and money.

So, let’s get started…

Today, I’m going to show you five different charts – focusing on Apple Inc. (AAPL) – and explain how these charts can help you make the best and most informed choices for you portfolio.

  1. Stock Chart (Candle Stick)
    1. I like this chart for the visual aspect of it – but I personally don’t use it a ton. But it does help me get a read on the open and close prices for a stock. You see, when you look at these charts you will see candlesticks colored red or green.
      1. Red signifies that the close was lower than the open that day.
      2. Green signifies that the close was higher than the open that day.
  2. Volume Chart
    1. This chart will show you the volume of the stock over the past few weeks. Volume is a great read if you should invest or look elsewhere.
  3. MAC-D Chart ( Moving Average Convergence Divergence)
    1. This chart is used to look into moving averages (MA). Typically it compares the 12-day MA and the 26 day MA. It uses these to show when the MA’s either converge (move together) or diverge (move apart).  What this does it helps identify when the best time to jump in a trade – or get out.
  4. Bollinger Width
    1. This chart actually tracks and measures volatility. It does this by showing the difference in the open and close. When it comes to AAPL, July has been a much more volatile month than June. This means it would be much riskier to purchase this stock this month.
  5. RSI (Relative strength index)
    1. Now, you’ve probably heard of this before, but instead of looking at the RSI of the entire market – we are focusing on one stock. This chart takes the past 14 days and examines the RSI of that time period. 50 is the average for the RSI.
      1. If the RSI is below 50, we’re looking at a stock that is over-sold.
      2. If the RSI is above 50, we’re looking at a stock that is over-bought.

And the best part is that all of this information I just showed you can be found with any good piece of trading software.

Now, my readers are no stranger to the profits that the powerful pattern on AAPL can provide. In fact, in February, I recommended a swift move on AAPL that delivered a 130.25% win in less than a month.

But AAPL is just one of the blue chip stocks I’ve been targeting. We’ve also seen massive wins like 195.36% on BKNG in 16 days, 270.37% on AMZN in 21 days, and 107.26% on GOOGL in just 9 days.

Not to mention the nine double- and triple digit winning closeouts we scored last week alone…

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I’ll talk to you soon,

Tom Gentile

America’s #1 Pattern Trader

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