Too many traders struggle to find the most volatile and hottest daily stocks — StocksToTrade wants to put that to an end with our new Oracle Daily Direction Alerts.
Can finding hot stocks really be easier? Imagine this: You receive a well-curated list of the three most high-potential stocks for each coming trading session. Right in your inbox. Every single trading day...
That’s where this super-useful newsletter comes in…
Our brand-new alerts can help traders who are short on time or newer traders who struggle to find stocks that are about to move. They’re even handy for traders looking daily updates on stocks with potential for each trading session.
Here’s what to expect from our awesome debut…
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The Oracle Market Scanning Algorithm
Before we get into the newsletter, let me first explain what Oracle is.
A BIG problem for newer traders — or even traders who don’t have a set routine — is building a watchlist of exciting stocks each day, before the market opens.
At StocksToTrade, we want to make it as quick and easy as possible for our members to build that watchlist of high-potential stocks. That’s exactly why we developed the Oracle scanning algorithm…
Oracle is a proprietary stock scanning algorithm that produces a list of 15 potentially volatile stocks as the market opens each day. And it’s all with the click of a button.
Here’s how it works…
In the premarket hours, Oracle scans through all the available stocks. It’s set to search for certain criteria that have historically been seen in big percent movers.
Here’s what that means for you: Say you go to your computer at the market open, ready to day trade. But maybe not as prepared as you’d like to be … You can launch Oracle and quickly get a list of 15 exciting trading candidates for the trading session.
Getting a list of potential stocks with high volatility is definitely exciting. But the benefits of using Oracle don’t end there…
Oracle will also suggest levels for where to place your stop-loss, profit target, and entry-order — all while mapping out key support and resistance levels on the Oracle bar. Each of these factors can be highly useful to both newbie and experienced traders.
- Knowing key support and resistance levels, for example, can help you if you’re looking to buy at support or sell at resistance.
- Knowing intelligent stop-loss levels can help as a guide for where to limit your risk. That can help prevent a small loss from turning into a large one.
- Having a profit-target level can be especially useful for newer traders. A lot of beginner traders will get a reasonable gain in a stock … But it’s often too tempting to linger in the trade and hold out for more. Then the stock heads the wrong direction, and all their gains are lost. Of course, having a profit target means you’ve gotta stick to it.
Now, you might be thinking — especially if you’re new to trading — “This sounds amazingly easy! I’ll just let Oracle do all the work for me.”
Don’t be fooled. Oracle is an algorithm — so it’s a guide. You’ll still have to develop your trading skills. You have to build and stick to a trading plan that works for you. Once you do that, Oracle can act as your right-hand aide.
That’s just a brief rundown of what Oracle is and how useful it can be.
Between the stop-loss level, the profit-target level, and the ability to quickly build a watchlist of great stocks, I think Oracle is one of the most useful features of StocksToTrade.
And Oracle can be particularly useful for newer traders … But even with my experience, I still use this feature every day.
I could go on all day about Oracle. But if you’re really invested in your trading career, you probably want to see it with your own eyes. Grab your 14-day trial of StocksToTrade today for just $7.
Oracle Daily Direction Alerts
See how powerful and useful Oracle can be for your trading? Even seasoned pros like to use it. It’s just one more tool to cut through the thousands and thousands of stocks out there.
But what if StocksToTrade could help you a little more with picking stocks with high potential each day?
With the Oracle algorithm, you receive a list of 15 stocks, but then it’s up to you to dial that list down and pick the best ones. And yeah, research on 15 stocks can be a chore.
The good news: The StocksToTrade team can help. And that’s why we created the Oracle Daily Direction Alerts.
These daily alerts are an additional feature available to our members who will receive our team’s carefully curated selection of the top-three best Oracle picks each day.
The picks will land in your inbox each and every trading day, just after the market opens … And each alert includes a deeper level of analysis to help you zero in on the high-potential stocks each trading day.
The Oracle Daily Direction Alerts are great for newer traders who want or need extra help in selecting stocks to trade. It’s also a great help for traders who are short on time and unable to do much pre-market watchlist building.
Our alerts will also feature ongoing, mid-market commentary of prior Oracle picks that have crushed the market.
So, how do you receive Oracle Daily Direction Alerts?
It’s simple. First, make sure you’re a StocksToTrade member. Haven’t joined yet? Grab your 14-day trial for $7 here.
Next, click here to sign up for instant access to the newsletter.
The cost of the newsletter is $47 per month and comes with a 7-day money-back guarantee.
Don’t miss the hottest picks each and every week. Click here to sign up and get instant access to Oracle Daily Direction Alerts.
We know that many of you struggle to build solid watch-lists before the market opens…
That ends now.
If you’re currently a StocksToTrade member, lock in the Oracle Daily Direction Alerts debut price of $47 per month by clicking here and signing up.
If you’re not currently a member of StocksToTrade, come and see why some of the world’s top stock traders use our platform each and every trading day by grabbing a 14-day trial for just $7 now.
Behind the scenes at StocksToTrade, we spend a crazy amount of hours strategizing on the best ways to build a watchlist. What’s your unique process for building watchlists? Share in the comments below!