Category: Trading Opportunities

How to Trade the Biggest Software IPO in History

Yesterday marked the biggest software initial public offering (IPO) in history.

Snowflake Inc. (NYSE: SNOW), a cloud-based startup funded by big names like Salesforce and Berkshire Hathaway, hit the market Tuesday night with a $120 per share price tag.

By Wednesday afternoon, the stock had shot above $300 for a 150%-plus gain in just one day.

From the IPO, SNOW sold a whopping 28 million shares and raised almost $3.4 billion. Today, it’s valued at $70 billion – topping long-time established companies like Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. (NASDAQ: WBA) and Allstate Corp. (NYSE: ALL), to name a few.

It’s safe to say that this stock is hot. But I’m not throwing my money in just yet – and you shouldn’t either


Double Your Profit Probability with This Two-Week Trade

The markets are flashing signs of another February-sized correction.

After setting an all-time high on September 2, 2020, the S&P 500 tanked 3% on a massive volume spike the following day.

This downfall continued for the next two days, dropping the S&P 500 down 5.4% on three days of high-volume selling.

Stock portfolios may be in store for another 35% drop, and COVID-inspired economic conditions, such as fear of a resurgence and a postponed vaccine date, certainly support it.

But while most investors bite their nails in worry, I’m anticipating nothing but profits.

Should the markets go red, collecting high-probability profits will be the name of the game – and today, I’m going to show you exactly how to do just that.

You can double your profit potential in a bear market with a single trade. Click here to see the details…


Six Renewable Energy Stocks to Watch as Oil Declines

35 years ago, oil was selling for around $30 a barrel. In July 2008, it hit an all-time high of $147.27 – and since then, it’s been in a 12-year, albeit choppy, downtrend.

In April 2020, it hit an all-time low and even traded negative for a day.

Today, the commodity sits at $42 a barrel.

So much has happened this year that the oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia that caused the 65% quarterly fall in prices seems to have been mostly forgotten about.

As top oil companies search for alternative ways to make money, the answer is clear: renewable resources.”

The world’s seventh largest oil company, BP PLC (NYSE: BP), with a $78 billion market cap, recently announced that it will pump the brakes on oil and gas production and pour billions of dollars into clean energy.

It seems that BP sees “the writing on the wall.” Just ask the company’s chairman, Helge Lund. He expects that the demand for fossil fuels will fall by 75% over the next 30 years, and he’s not going to let BP get left behind.

With fossil fuels headed down, globally, we are seeing an increase the demand for renewable energy. In the U.S. alone in 2018, 11% of energy consumption was renewable. This is expected to grow by a whopping 24% in the next ten years.

Climate change is causing people to look at cleaner energy options, and big oil companies are feeling the heat.

Gas giant Saudi Aramco used to be the largest company in the world. Now, it has fallen behind Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL). The stock price has dropped over 6% this year with plummeting oil prices.

So, is it time to dump oil stocks?

Not completely. We can still profit on energy – we just need to shift our thinking.

Here are six opportunities to profit on renewable energy…


Three Ways to Hedge Your Portfolio in This “House of Cards” Market

The S&P 500 has skyrocketed 49% over the past four months, and the Nasdaq just set an all-time high of 11,069 on July 13, surging 63% over the same period.

This is after both indices crashed 35% and 30% respectively this past February and March on the dawning of the coronavirus pandemic.

With these massive bounce backs in the market, it’s clear that traders are greedily buying stock – but there are several factors that we need to take a look at that show that the economy is telling a different story…

  • The U.S. unemployment rate has surged to 11.1%.
  • Over 10,000 U.S. retail stores have closed in 2020.
  • Bankruptcies are spiking, including from big names like Hertz Global Holdings Inc. (NYSE: HTZ) and JC Penney Company Inc (NYSE: JCP).
  • The U.S.-China trade relationship is deteriorating.
  • The Federal government is taking on huge amounts of stimulus package debt.
  • The presidential election is three months away.
  • Coronavirus cases are rising.

Any one of these conditions has the potential to tank the market, and investors are asking one big question: “Can it last?”

With the catalysts above, this market high will be short-lived.

(That’s why fast-cash strategies are so important right now – and this trading technique is producing some of the quickest profit opportunities I’ve ever seen.)

Now, even if the market does crash, you don’t have to say goodbye to your hard-earned cash. I have three strategies you can use to weather out the storm that’s brewing…

And you can make money while you use them.

Here are three strategies to hedge your portfolio before the market tanks again…


Use a Straddle Trade to Profit on These Six Pre-Earnings Stocks

We are in the midst of one of the most important earnings seasons to date as the economy is starting to pick back up.

See, the coronavirus continues to heavily impact revenue across the globe – meaning companies’ reports are coming in at a critical time.

Companies’ reports are coming at a critical time, seeing as we’re still in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic that is heavily impacting revenue across the globe.

The pandemic left 147 million people unemployed, which ultimately resulted in $2.1 trillion in lost income. Yet, the Nasdaq just hit an all-time high of 11,069.

Bottom line: There will be volatility in the coming weeks – and where there’s volatility, there’s opportunity. There are tons of gains on the table for your taking.

Today, I’m going to show you a strategy that allows you to secure profits no matter what direction stocks move this earning season.

Click right here for the details on this lucrative play…


This Auto Stock Is Up 242% – Here’s How to Play It

If you could create your dream portfolio, I bet that I could guess the top stocks that you’d be banking on to hand you your nest egg — Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL).

These are the biggest stocks in the world, and they all have one major thing in common…

They’re expensive.

GOOGL is currently trading for $1,489 per share, and AMZN is sitting at $3,000 a share!

And for most traders, it’s just not worth it to see gains of 10%, 15%, or 20%.

But I have news for you… it’s possible to rent these high-fliers for pennies on the dollar and double your money. And it’s much faster than buying the stock and waiting for years.

Today, I’m going to show you how to do just that with a jewel of the car industry… and by jewel, I mean a serious profit player.

This company shot up 42% in the past week. (And this is one of the fastest ways to bank a potential profit on the upside.)

Here are four strategies to play this lucrative stock, each one better than the next…


How to Invest in Real Estate – Without Buying Property

The coronavirus has left 13.3% of people in the U.S. without jobs. Retail spending is down about 8% compared to pre-pandemic times. Earnings from big-name companies like Nike and Costco have missed already-low expectations.

Yet, in the face of these stats, the stock market has been rising.

Since its March low, the Dow Jones and S&P have risen about 37%. The Nasdaq is at an all-time high, up 45%.

The V-shaped bounce off of these lows has been completely unprecedented. But stocks aren’t the only asset investors are flocking to…

On Monday, pending home sales for May were released. Coming in at a whopping 44.3% spike, the number overtook the 15% expectation, making for the largest one-month jump in history.

In the face of low economic numbers, real estate, just like stocks, is surging. Realtor.com reports that over the course of 2020, inventory has declined by 15.7%, all while average listing prices rose 3.8% – both indications of a market in high-demand.

But you don’t have to buy property to invest in the real estate sector. (Check out these tiny currencies – they’re changing the industry as we know it.)

Here’s how to take advantage of the real estate boom… without touching an inch of land


Vegas Stocks Are Soaring – But This One Could Crash Again

Las Vegas is a different place than it was just a couple of months ago.

You used to crowd into a casino, drink in hand, shoulder to shoulder with your blackjack opponent.

Now, there are only three people to a table – and glass partitions separate you from the rest of the table.

So, sure, one of the country’s top tourist destinations has reopened. But your go-to hotels, casinos, and resorts may not be the same profit hot-spots they used to be – unlike this tiny startup, which could see revenue surge 9,000%.

Before you rush back into the market, check out today’s video.
One popular stock may be on the brink of another disaster…


Invest in These Four Sectors as the U.S. Reopens

For the past three months, there have been over 329,000,000 Americans under stay-at-home orders.

Three months of Zoom calls with family and friends. Three months of trying to find the directions to board games you haven’t opened since 2007 after exhausting all other forms of entertainment in the house. Three months of total social distancing.

At the beginning of May, there was talk of places beginning to reopen – meaning you can sit down at restaurants, go to shopping centers, and participate in outdoor activities. Now, we’re in June and many regions have reached this phase.

It’s a breath of fresh air (or whatever kind of air you can get through your hand-sewn mask) – and stocks are taking a deep breath.

The S&P 500 is trading over 3,000 points for the first time since the March 5 crash.

Although the economy is beginning to pick back up and people are starting to go back to work, there’s a chance this won’t last long…

The CDC is calling for a second wave of COVID-19 to hit during the winter – a mere five months away.

This could mean more businesses closing, more stay-at-home orders, and trouble for the stock market.

That’s why now is the time to get into these profitable plays. And I have narrowed down the top sectors for the highest return.

Here are the best four sectors to play right now – before it’s too late


Live at 11 AM: The Real Reason Behind April’s Bullish Jump

First-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) fell at a 4.5% annual rate during the first quarter. A record 30 million people have filed initial unemployment claims over the past six weeks. Major companies like Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL), McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE: MCD), and SoftBank Group Corp. (SFTBY) have released their worst earnings reports in years.

According to the Federal Reserve, this is the worst economy in history.

Yet the Dow just finished one of its best months since 1987, the S&P 500 since 1974.

On the surface, the bullishness we saw in April doesn’t make sense. But when you dig deeper, the reasons are clear – and so is the future.

At 11 AM ET, I’m going live on Midday Market Movers to show you exactly what this market movement means, what to expect next, and how to play it for profits.

At 11 AM ET, I’m going live on Midday Market Movers to show you exactly what this market movement means, what to expect next, and how to play it for profits