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Can you guess what trading catalyst caused these stocks to jump…
* 280% in 14 days in 2011?
* 642% in 42 days in 2011?
* 828% in 22 days in 2011 (enough to turn every $1,000 you invested into $9,280 in a week, before commissions)?
* 1,540% in 21 days, or enough to pay you $15.40 for every $1 you invested, before commissions and fees?
Tim Sykes—a self-made millionaire trader who used to run a #1 rated hedge fund—calls this, "The #1 most-missed trading opportunity on the planet."
Once you see it, it could quickly become your favorite way to trade. He just released a video explaining it in detail. Click here to watch it now.
This weird catalyst has been operating for years in a kind of "backwater" of the stock market. It's not earnings reports, institutional buying, or any of the common catalysts most traders play. The more you look at it, the weirder it gets:
These stocks are NOT all part of the same "hot" industry.
They did NOT get a lot of coverage in the major financial media. I doubt you have ever heard their names before.
They did NOT all have outstanding fundamentals. Frankly, they have almost nothing in common… except for one thing that none of the stock analysts ever really talk about.
Every one of these price moves was caused by the same strange catalyst—one I doubt you've ever even considered could be a cause of explosive gains.
The gains are irresistible. I highly, highly recommend you check out Tim's presentation. Click here now to watch it.
All my best,
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