When Things Don’t Align, This One Signal Will Help You Make The Right Entry
Most stock trading methods lay out for you a number of fundamental and technical factors that should be in place before taking a trade but often the stars are not always aligned in the stock market. While you certainly want to see as many key factors in your favor, it can be confusing as to what to do when certain factors don’t materialize. For example, during a breakout, you want to see at volume spike higher as the stock breaks through its buy point but what do you do if that doesn’t happen?
Is Alibaba’s IPO fueled by a bunch of hype or will the stock take off?
Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba.com
Trading stocks in hot new issues can offer huge opportunities so I’m sure you’ve heard and felt the excitement pour out on the news of the week: Alibaba’s IPO. The Chinese’s answer to Amazon.com is about to go public and not since Facebook launch its initial public offering has their been this much enthusiasm for an IPO. Plenty of people are talking it up and I’m sure the investments banks that are handling the offering are ginning up the company as the next greatest thing for tomorrow’s future stock market millionaires. But, is Alibaba going to emerge as the next international powerhouse or is just a bunch of hype?
Courtesy of FreeStockCharts.com – CALM has been in a strong uptrend and appears ready to go higher.
Take a trip to any grocery store and its hard not to wince at the high cost of food. For the working class who actually go to the store themselves, they feel the pinch of growing food costs which doesn’t look as if its going to end any time soon. The way to make this play on inflation is by trading stocks in companies that are benefiting from it, find the strongest stocks in that industry, and then look to ride the momentum higher. One stock has experienced a 115% rise in annual earnings as well as over a 900% quarter-to-quarter rise combined with a incredibly strong price trend that should gain any trader’s attention.
Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. (CALM) produces, grades, packages, markets, and distributes shell eggs. The company sells its products to various customers, including national and regional grocery store chains, club stores, foodservice distributors, and egg product consumers primarily in the southern and mid-western and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.