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25 Feb

Plug Power; An Electric +10% +$4,200 Profit

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Swing trading is my flagship service and core strategy in which you’ll receive 3 – 5 swing trade alerts per week by email, text and chat in real-time. I also spend a considerable amount of time teaching this strategy. Almost all of the alerts come from my master watch list, which I reference to build my daily watch list. In predictable markets my daily watch list goes out the night before, in volatile markets early the morning of. The goal is to provide working professionals with an active swing trading strategy designed to produce profits year in and year out simply trading 3 – 5 times per week with 1 – 4 day hold times. I specialize in liquid nano, micro and small cap stocks i.e. anything under a market cap of $2 billion, a price between $.01 and $10 with a Beta of 1 or higher. My profit goal is 5 – 10% rinse and repeat. I’ll definitely let a bull ride for 20 – 30% but in general I’m paying myself around 5 – 10% which would be between $1,500 – $5,000 on the winners for me. Visit my quick start guide to learn more.

Monday I bought and alerted Plug Power (PLUG) at $3.67. Tuesday it hit +10% at $4.05 and I made a solid $4,200 on the way up. Keep in mind my trade ideas aren’t garbage penny stocks, dollar volume Tuesday was $129m illustrating how scalable my service truly is. PLUG has customers like Walmart, Sysco and Mercedes and was a predictable breakout I hit time and time again.

“Sold PLUG for $5,000 profit, thanks JB.” ~ Charles B. 

“Out of my last 6k PLUG at $3.90. Nice one JB, 24 hour trade plus $2,600.” ~ Allen B. 

“Another $1,700, great day in DGAZ and PLUG thanks to JB.” ~ Steven M. 

Here’s a 7-minute video lesson detailing what I saw that led me to buy and alert Plug Power (PLUG) Monday at $3.67 and how it hit $4.05 delivering big profits Tuesday.

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9 Comments

  1. Lula Ledford

    I want to get I on your trades but don’t know the first thing on getting started.etc.how to buy…where to buy..how to set up a account.. Could you help me in these catagories?

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    • Jason Bond

      Start by opening a $100k paperMoney portfolio at Think or Swim – there’s no risk with paper trading and you can start to apply the lessons you learn. I’d get Steve Nison’s The Candlestick Course book too, it’s about $50 on Amazon and a great read for understanding charts. My strategy is straight forward and I have video lessons to support oversold, continuation and breakout charts – from there it’s spot catalysts before they hit and timing. Losing is a part of this game, just like swinging a baseball bat, but if you have a good swing you’ll get on base a lot and hit homeruns once and a while too. Slumps happen, back to the basics when they do. A lot of baseball themes can be carried over into what we do.

      Reply
  2. maritza_ashley

    what do you mean when you use the terms “long” and “short”?

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    • Jason Bond

      Long would be making $ when the stock advances, short when it declines.

      Reply
  3. phelly2

    Absolutely loved this video lesson. I knew what you were looking at on the daily, but I was not aware that the same kind of higher-low pattern was going on in the 5 minute over several days.

    Very awesome, JB. I wasn’t in on this one but now that I see what you were looking at, I wish I was.

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  4. Lloyd

    Jason,

    Any chance of offering the 199.00/quarter again?

    Reply
    • Jason Bond

      No sorry, I’ve actually never offered that price, it’s always been at least $297.

      Reply
  5. Frchkn

    Jason,
    I have a very small account ($3k) and I would like to get started swing trading. I have took your advice and have been paper trading for a few months. I am doing ok, I am positive at least. I am considering on purchasing a quarter membership but was wondering if you offered a military discount?

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    • Jason Bond

      Hi, right now we do not sorry. Hope to see you on board and thanks for your interest.

      Reply

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