31 students I helped cross that $1 million threshold.
He’s the latest in a line that stretches back over a decade.
Last I checked, this family man, who started with $1,500, is up well over $13 million…
Looking back, it’s remarkable what they and my other students achieved.
For as much as folks like to talk about change, so much has stayed the same.
You could take my 7-Step Penny Stock Framework, look at any of the last 20 years, and have a blueprint that works in every time.
How is this even possible?
Do I have some sort of magic touch to endow traders with special insights?
It’s the same practical advice I’m about to share with you.
Let Promoters Do The Work
Promoters make trading much easier for me.
They’re the reason stocks stick to my 7-Step Penny Stock Framework so well.
Some of these folks are legit public relations employees.
You’ve probably seen or heard about the Wolf of Wall Street.
This guy went to prison for the scams he ran.
And even he was surprised at not just how promoters still operate but how many there are.
He knows all too well the devastation these promoters cause.
They suck regular folks in, juice shares, and sell out their holdings for a profit, leaving everyone else holding the bag.
I call these guys out when I see them.
But I also know they exist and how to exploit them.
It’s much easier to do this with small caps and OTCs than large-caps.
Small caps and OTCs are simply easier to manipulate.
I teach my students two very important lessons.
First, how to spot promoters.
If nothing else, I want my students and anyone that will listen to stay safe.
Second, my students learn to take advantage of their tactics.
Follow The Framework
Once my students understand promoters, I teach them the ins and outs of my infamous framework.
It’s truly amazing to see it work month after month, year after year.
My students can use this framework and the setups I teach to match their style and preference.
For example, on the front side of a Supernova, breakout trades and dip buys work great.
My personal favorite is to take morning panic dip buys on the backside after a stock starts to crash and promoters work to prop up a stock.
Here’s an example from a recent runner, CGrowth Capital Inc. (OTC: CGRA).
It’s like cooking.
With a recipe, ingredients, and a kitchen, you can whip up some fantastic dishes.
The more you do it, the better you get.
Lose Small and Fast
Unlike cooking, traders who bet too much can burn the house down.
One of the hardest lessons to learn is also one of the most important.
No trader can succeed without risk management.
I keep it simple for myself.
My setups either work quickly or I cut them loose.
If I know what to look for when I buy a morning panic dip, anything that doesn’t meet my expectations gets tossed.
Initially, it feels like defeat to rack up a bunch of small losses.
But when you hit just one decent winner, you quickly realize it pays for all of those losses and then some.
Heck, many of my profitable students make a few grand on each trade and lose a few hundred.
There’s no reason to hold and hope. That’s what promoters want you to do.
Stick with a process that manages risk and you’ll quickly find that not only are decisions easier, they make more sense.
And the best part…once you get good, it will last you a lifetime.