Today’s New York Post article is spreading the word…
For smart traders, opportunities abound in the current crazy volatile market.
My top students get it. Do you?
It’s easy to get excited about the stock market when you see incredible success stories like my top student Tim Grittani blasting through the $12 million profit mark … Or Roland Wolf joining the seven-figure club with his recent $1 million milestone.*
(*Please note: My trading results, along with the results of my top students are far from typical. Individual results will vary. Most traders lose money. My top students and I have the benefit of many years of hard work and dedication under our belts. Trading is inherently risky. Do your due diligence and never risk more than you can afford to lose.)
But that doesn’t mean you should open up an account with the first commission-free broker you find and expect to strike gold in your first week of day trading.
Right now, there are opportunities for intelligent traders — not idiots who just want hot stock picks. You’ve gotta be willing to put in the time to find your own trades…
That’s why I really suggest you read the ENTIRE New York Post article. Then send it to anyone you know who’s interested in getting started with trading.
This article might not save lives, but it could save a few people from blowing up their accounts!
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People might wonder why I’m sharing my strategy with a major media outlet…
“Aren’t you scared that the world of penny stocks will become oversaturated?”
Nope, I’m not. History repeats itself — not just in the stock market but with the human condition. Most people are lazy. The majority of people who see the New York Post article will just skim it.
Some will think “hey, I’ve gotta start day trading, I could really get rich fast.” Then they’ll blow up their account in a week because they don’t take the time to actually learn how penny stocks work.
Sucks for them, but they might create more market volatility that can benefit my students and me.
Opportunities for Dedicated Traders
Right now, there are tons of crazy plays out there … if you know what to look for.
As I share in the article, right now it’s all about “low-priced stocks from companies creating potential COVID-19 vaccines, masks, or hand sanitizers, or those benefiting from the stay-at-home orders, like online learning and fitness classes.”
My job as a teacher is to help traders get into the right trading mindset and really dedicate themselves to the process. I want to help traders get away from the idea of getting rich quick. Trading doesn’t work that way.
If I can save one or two newbies from the account devastation that so many new traders experience due to lack of knowledge, I’ve done my job. And if I can help traders become self-sufficient, I’ve done my job.
The Importance of Being PREPARED
If you’re familiar with me at all, or if you actually bothered to read the entire New York Post article, you know that successful trading is NOT about just following buy or sell alerts.
Unlike the many BS chatrooms I don’t just provide a ticker with a buy or short alert, I write out a paragraph with my plan/thinking/risk/goals on org my entry AND exit, I donate ALL trading profits to charity as I prioritize teaching the process to my students above everything
— Timothy Sykes (@timothysykes) July 15, 2020
It’s about being PREPARED. Ready to start? I’ve got a ton of free resources for you.
For instance, my no-cost “The Volatility Survival Guide” is essential for all traders — no matter how long you’ve been in the game. In this two-hour video lesson, I explain the current market volatility and how to take advantage of it.
You can access my autobiography “An American Hedge Fund” for free and learn more about my story that’s briefly covered in the New York Post article. It’ll help you understand how I went from penny stock trading to the hedge fund world and back to penny stocks. And why I’m now a teacher and mentor who trades with a small account and donates trading profits to charity.
And I’m all about transparency, something that’s sorely lacking in the trading world. That’s why I started Profit.ly and share every trade I make. Both wins and losses. It’s also where you can find thousands of my video lessons on penny stocks, patterns, and trading.
For the most dedicated students, there’s also my Trading Challenge…
My Trading Challenge is a hands-on, education program that’s based on my 20+ years in the stock market. I teach my strategies and maintain what I believe is the best trading chat room and community out there.
Welcome all new followers, I’m in my https://t.co/fljCJN8USq chatroom all day if you want to see my trades/real-time commentary/video lessons/watchlists but do NOT follow my alerts, unlike promoters I teach a process/patterns/rules that help you learn the game/be self-sufficient
— Timothy Sykes (@timothysykes) July 15, 2020
For dedicated students, the Challenge can be a game-changer. Check it out…
Top Students From My Trading Challenge*
Consider students like Jack Kellogg, He’s a trading phenom in his early 20s who’s made over $600K in three years and over $300K in the past three months.*
Then there’s Kyle Williams who’s over $350K in profits, over $150K of that in the past three months.*
And Mark Croock who’s progressed to mentor and moderator in my Challenge and gives webinars … At $1.9 million, he’s within striking distance of $2 million in total profits, with over $350K of that in the past three months.*
I mentioned Tim Grittani earlier — he’s a penny stock legend now. He started with a $1,500 account and didn’t make any profits for his first nine months of trading. Now, he’s up $12 million, with $3 million of that this year alone.*
And I’m so excited to announce my latest millionaire student Roland Wolf. Roland started working with me in 2017. Now he’s turned roughly $4,000 into over $1 million.*
Being in the Trading Challenge takes hard work and dedication. I want my students to work toward being self-sufficient traders. Think you can cut it? Apply now.
(*These results aren’t typical. Individual results will vary. Most traders lose money. My top students have the benefit of years of hard work and dedication. Trading is inherently risky. Do your due diligence and never risk more than you can afford to lose.)
What I Want You to Learn From the New York Post Article
I didn’t make these students successful traders. I’m just training wheels, helping guide them based on what I’ve learned. These smart, motivated traders have learned from my successes and my mistakes and developed their own winning strategies.
Curious about getting into the trading game? The faster you realize it’s not just about money and that you’ve got to dedicate yourself to the process and build your skills over time, the better off you’ll be.
I’m psyched to share my story — let’s see what traders do with the information in this New York Post article.
I want to hear from you. What did you think about the New York Post article? Leave a comment and let me know!
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