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1 Jun

How To Spot NEOM And MCET Before The Crowd

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I have been trading stocks under $10 for years and it’s the only price range I like. That’s because penny stocks are predictable – if you have a solid trading system in place. Honestly, where else will you find back to back 300% runners.

From chart scans to filters, message boards to chat rooms, I run them all and crawl them all daily so my subscribers and I have the best chance of locking in gain after gain.

Even though I only roll for 10% over and over and am consistently ranked in the top 25 on Profit.ly, it doesn’t mean I don’t fish for the line zinging runners from time to time.

So how do I find these runners before everyone on Wall Street is discussing them you’re wondering? Well quite frankly, that comes from years of experience and in this case, my filters.

See each day I scroll through hundreds of stocks in my custom scanners so when NEOM started running Friday, I was sure to recommend it as a solid opportunity in chat at $.09 before it erupted over $.20 per share.

My pennystockwarfare system is the most well rounded penny stock strategy on the web because I’m real, I’ve done it and I’m proving it can be done daily. 90% of traders lose in the markets for a reason, they are gamblers and aren’t willing to do the work it takes to be successful day in and day out.

It’s not about grabbing the 300% run my friends, it’s about finding them so you can take a piece of the pie before moving onto the next hot stock.

It’s not hard for me to spot these massive moves, it’s what I’ve grown up doing and I’m sure there will be another today. Hope you’re with me when it happens.

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