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Apr. 20, 20224 min read

3 trades you may have missed

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Written by Tim Bohen

This week I fed Daily Market Profits subscribers two winning trade opportunities! 

I always say that I’m not here to spike the football — but today I’m spiking the football…

Not because I want to brag. I want to show you how you too can start to see massive improvements to your trading — by implementing this one thing. 

You’ll even discover how you can get started right now!  

But first, I want to make sure you’re here before you do anything else.  


Combining Trading Tech Tools With Experience

My Daily Market Profit alerts go out every morning with an entry, risk level, and a goal for a potential trade. 

I also give a live Daily Double Down video at noon Eastern daily where I dissect the morning plan and review big daily runners. 

On Tuesday I gave a Double Down alert for Sono Group N.V. (NASDAQ: SEV). Here are my notes…

Now compare my notes to the chart… 

SEV chart: April 19, 2022, 1-minute candle — courtesy of

You can see the $7.50 target entry price triggered right after I wrote my trade plan. It never hit the risk level. And the stock met the profit target roughly 50 minutes later… 

If you bought 500 shares of SEV at $7.50, that’s a $3,750 position. And let’s say you didn’t catch the top of the move at $8.75 and sold at $8.50 — that’s still a buck a share gain! 

Hey, making $500 in less than an hour ain’t bad. And the trade idea gave you a solid 2:1 risk/reward. 

SEV is setting up nicely for a potential day-three surge today. But back to my alerts… 

Yesterday in premarket, AlloVir, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALVR) announced FDA news, and the stock spiked. That’s when I sent out another killer alert. Check out the email subscribers received…

ALVR is a sketchy biotech stock, so it’s a riskier play. Remember, biotechs are day trades only and it’s best to wait until 9:45 a.m. or later.

But if you were aggressive and got in early, our risk level wasn’t triggered. And the stock met our price target a few minutes later.

Keep in mind that nothing’s exact in trading, so consider the price action, volume, and other factors when you place your trades. Check out how my ALVR alert played out…

ALVR chart: 1-day, 1-minute candle — courtesy of

These are great examples of morning and midday trade ideas. But if you can’t be at the market to trade all day, don’t worry. I have something for you. too…

You see, there’s an afternoon pattern that repeats around 2 p.m. 

Its recurring timing is almost eerie…

And I think it has the potential to be even more powerful than morning and midday moves. Just look at this example from yesterday…

BAOS chart: 1-day, 1-minute candle — courtesy of

This pattern could be a game-changer for your trading! 

And I’ll show you how you can take advantage of it for NO COST — just like I did with the trade examples above… 

But you have to show up TONIGHT

Get your name on the list now before it’s too late!

See you there. 

Have a great day, everyone.

Tim Bohen

Lead Trainer, StocksToTrade