30+ Day Recap Of Runaway Champs And A New Breakout Idea That Could Rock The Markets (Bullish Technicals)
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Listen. It's Monday morning and the holiday is closing in quickly so I don't want to take up too much of your time.
In the previous 30+ days, I've delivered several intraday and short term breakout champs that have set their charts on fire.
Here's a recap:
- From an October 20th open of $2.14, KULR has now run to a high of $3.81 on November 15th for a short term surge of 78%.
- XCPL erupted from a $.038 open on October 27th to a high of $.365 the following day for a run of approximately 860% overall.
- Last week GSPT exploded from a November 4th open of $.458 to a high of $.75 for an intraday rip of 63%.
- From an open of $.3131 on November 8th, OPWEF blazed a path up the charts to a high of $.4676 on the day for a 49% intraday run.
- Opening at $.75 on November 12th, STAL blasted to a $6.40 high and an approximate intraday move of 753%.
I know, right? Crazy.
That said, I've been tracking a new profile closely which could be breakout bound near term due to several potential catalysts.
At 4:00PM EST Monday, you'll receive the complete report.
In the meantime, let me give you something to chew on ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
3 Potential Breakout Catalysts - Key Details For Your New Monday Profile
#1. At the close of Friday's session, Barchart was reporting this profile to have several bullish technical indicators over the short, medium, and long term.
In fact, Barchart was reporting at least 10 triggered technicals including its all-important composite "TrendSpotter" indicator.
#2. This is another low float profile. Like many of the profiles I listed above that turned into breakout stars, this profile has a low float.
In fact the OTC Markets website is reporting this profile to have fewer than 11Mn shares in its float.
#3. This company just made a recent game-changing acquisition that could provide them with extensive revenue moving forward.
Since you've got a little downtime now, consider doing this: