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It's always good chasing big gains, which is what we've already done this week.
But, today's another day.
And Nautilus has done it again signaling two new companies and how to trade them for the maximum profit.
Salesforce.Com (NASD: CRM) announces earnings after the closing bell today.
As you know, earnings are one of the biggest movers of stocks. So we want to make sure we exit our Credit Loophole Trade before that happens.
That said, here's what to do...
One of my favorite stories to find are other people's predictions of Bitcoin (BTC) because I want to see just how right...or how wrong they are.
We are seeing a lot of this right now, especially after BTC "underperformed" this week - according to some of these guys...
Conagra Brands Inc. (NYSE: CAG) - our "Backdoor Play" on the "Meat-Replacement Revolution" - just gave us some "love" on social media.
The company "liked" (with a heart symbol) one of our Twitter posts in which we talked about this massive investment opportunity and mentioned Conagra as one of our favorite plays.
The markets started out strong of the gate this morning, but it didn't take long for things to start trickling lower once again.
Whether it's the trade war, interest rates, or yield curves, one thing is for certain. There's all kinds of noise coming out of this market.
And we need to find the trend among the noise - which is exactly what we're doing with today's Moneymaking Stock Chart.
As you know, the Night Trader system is tuned in to find bullish signals on individual stocks. Hell, in the beginning this was the sole purpose of the model! But just like everything else around us, the market changes. So, we've had to make slight adjustments to the system over time.
One of the first changes we made was using options as a "Stock Substitute."
All this means is that instead of buying outright shares of stock, we're buying call options that are deep in-the-money. This way, we're paying less initially - but we're still able to make the same amount of money as the stock rises, if not more.