There are just over 3,800 stocks trading on U.S. markets on any given trading day, from the coveted Berkshire Hathaway "A" shares trading at $283,000 each, to the dozens of (really) small no-name companies you can buy for less than $0.01.
And yet, only a fraction of these 3,800 stocks are "in play." Fewer still are in any kind of position to make you money.
So today, I'm going to show you exactly how to spot the small handful of stocks that can – and often do – make you rapid, outsized profits.
These are shares undergoing rare "extreme" situations that are really easy to spot if you know what you're looking for (and even easier to make double- and triple-digit gains on).
You don't have to pick from a list of stocks, either; just one can make you incredible gains, in anywhere from a few hours to a few trading days.
For instance, earlier in 2018, during volatile January, my 10-Minute Millionaire Insider subscribers had a chance to close out two 100% gainers and another 108% winner. The longest we were in any of those positions was just eight trading days!
That's right: Some weeks, I make all the money I need for a month or a year before lunch. Everything else is just cream.
Put in a little work – just 10 minutes a day – to get enough of these going for you, and before you know it, making money happens with a precision and regularity that's almost machine-like!
As I'll show you in a second, these extremes I'm talking about happen courtesy of the millions of people buying and selling stocks every day. They're rare, but there's almost always at least one of these incredibly lucrative opportunities somewhere every single day the markets are open.
Here's how you can bag them…
About the Author
D.R. Barton, Jr., Technical Trading Specialist for Money Map Press, is a world-renowned authority on technical trading with 25 years of experience. He spent the first part of his career as a chemical engineer with DuPont. During this time, he researched and developed the trading secrets that led to his first successful research service. Thanks to the wealth he was able to create for himself and his followers, D.R. retired early to pursue his passion for investing and showing fellow investors how to build toward financial freedom.