This is a weekly newsletter that shines more light onto high volume occurrences such as breakouts, abnormal high volume events, institutional buying disclosures, earnings reports, and more.
Volume is important because it shows interest in a stock. Interest in a stock could lead to more buying which could propel a stock higher especially if a stock’s float is small. Furthermore, interest in a stock could show support whereby a stock bounces at a certain price.
High volume is defined as volume that is very much higher than a normal day’s volume. These occurrences occur around earnings reports, M&A disclosures, institutional buying disclosures, analyst upgrades and downgrades and more. Once a stock passes a high volume point, it could have upside.
Together with volume analysis, this newsletter will use factors such as technical analysis, short volume analysis, and more. We will make paper trades on certain occurrences that readers can follow along with. Although we may use third party writers, we will always edit and make the paper trades.
Do not invest any money on any recommendations or paper trades. This newsletter is intended to help narrow an investor’s watch list only. It is up to you to do more research.