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Here's the last in a series of emails in the marketing campaign for the Timothy Syke's subscription based product. This is the precursor to an idea that will be released on Thursday. However, as I have pointed out in the last couple of newsletters, OTC Journal subscribers will have the pick sometime in the first hour of trading tomorrow.

Don't be concerned that you won't have it pre open- this will be a multi week trader, likely with surges, pullbacks, and chances to get in and out if you're an aggressive trader.

I'll be working on the final presentation all afternoon. Start watching your inbox about 1/2 hour after the market opens tomorrow.

URGENT: Hot "Stock-Promo" Trade Lining Up Now

This is great.

Instead of just giving you historical or hypothetical trading examples, Tim Sykes is taking traders through a live, real-money trade on one of the stock promotion-based rallies he talked about in his last video

In this new video, he shows you that just one stock promoter was behind stock rallies in 16 out 17 stocks it promoted in the last 16 months or so.

These were significant rallies. Here's the breakdown of how the stocks did:

More than half of these 17 promoted stocks went up MORE THAN 100%.

TWO of them rallied between 200%-300% (280.66%& 300.08% in 14 days).

3 of them broke the bank, shooting up more than 600%

  • 642.18% in 42 days
  • 828.21% in 22 days
  • 1,540% in 14 days

Plus, they had seven others whose promotion-based rallies were smaller, like 22%...34%... 60%... and 95%.

That is all just from a single stock promoter out of dozens that Tim tracks and trades.

Now, this same promoter is about to start another campaign promoting a new stock. If you'd like, Tim Sykes will walk you through how to trade it as it happens.

Click here to get all the info.

This is your best shot to see exactly how to play these promotion-based stock rallies.

If you watched Tim's last video, you know these rallies almost always end in a crash. According to Tim, this tells you three things:
The promotion is the catalyst driving these stocks through the roof—it's not because of the companies' great fundamentals.

  • You NEVER want to buy-and-hold these stocks during a promotion. It's best to trade them short-term instead.
  • These stock rallies offer you TWO big trading opportunities: The rally up, and the almost inevitable crash back down.
  • Since Tim spent 3 years as the #1 short-bias hedge fund trader in the world…

… AND because Tim has also helped members of his trading services generate a verified $1.7 MILLION# in profits in one service. And in a second service, he has helped regular investors generate $1.5 MILLION in profits# (all since 2008)…

… I thought you might want to follow along as Tim takes traders by the hands to play the next stock promotion he thinks is a great trading opportunity.

Click here to get all the info.

I'm following along. I think you should, too.

All my best,
Larry Isen

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