Market Authority’s Urgent New Pick…OTCBB: SRBL
Market Authority’s Urgent New Pick…
OTCBB: SRBL (Great American Energy Inc)
Our last pick ECAU shot up by 350% over 2.5 weeks – today our new pick is SRBL and we’re making this recommendation for the same reasons – a MASSIVE advertising campaign is underway.
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Here’s a look at what our last pick ECAU did, again beware of buying late on these stocks, or holding for too long.
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UPDATE: New Changes for PIE Feed System
New Changes for PIE Feed System
We are implementing new changes in the feed and delivery system of PIE alerts. This letter explains all the changes. I also went over them in yesterday’s webinar. Click here to watch it now…
For automated users, we are removing feeds two, three and four, and switching to one feed only. This feed (one) will trigger on the next Passive Income automated trade. There will no longer be feeds two, three and four for automation. The early alert feeds have been significantly outperforming the later alert feeds. Since inception, seven out of eight PIE alerts have been followed up with confirmation. For the trade that did not (VLNX), we alerted members before daily closing to manually exit. That being said, the early alerts that we receive do have a consistent pattern forming, and we would like our entire PIE membership base to reap equal rewards by entering into positions with potentially more lucrative pricing. Going forward, we will use this method on all new alerts. That is, PIE will now alert you once when a position is opened, and once when we recommend selling (whether it be at the profit target or earlier).
For manual traders, the e-mail and text alert service will now be straightforward, with one alert to open and one alert to close the position. From our ticket system, I can see that everyone would like as much clarity on this without making it overcomplicated, so that’s what we’re going to do. Regarding order types: For opening new manual orders we use limits; for closing manual orders we use limits and stop-limits. We do not recommend using market orders on any manual stock promotion trading period.
If you have any questions as how to properly place a trade with your broker, I highly recommend calling your broker and requesting a walkthrough of this process. The mechanics of it will be very similar, though – that is, we are going to only buy a stock up to a certain price; after that, we’re no longer buyers. Limits allow you to control the price at which you are willing to buy and sell, giving more control over a manual order. For this reason, we only will use limits and stop-limits – never market orders.
What is the limit we are willing to pay over the starting price of a promotion?
The default for automated users is to aggressively buy up to 50% over the starting price of a promotion, and to retracement buy when the price is between 50-100% from the starting price. Here’s an example.
Assume new pick ABC is alerted with a starting price of $1. The default PIE automation settings will allow an aggressive fill up to $1.50, and a retracement fill on dips within $1.50 to $2. If the position is not filled via one of those two methods and the price exceeds $2, PIE automation will not attempt to purchase again until the stock retraces back below $2. PIE automation uses a default buffer percent of 1%. This means PIE will attempt to fill the order with limits that range up or down by 1%. Example: If PIE does not fill order at $1, it will attempt to fill %1 over this or $1.01, and will continue to do this to the aggressive limit of $1.50.
When trading manually, two things will happen after we alert a new promotion: The price will either go up or down; that’s the nature of the beast. Every pie promotion thus far has hit a 25% profit target before a 50% stop, which is worth noting. Manual traders, I suggest taking into account the default settings that have performed well thus far (aggressively buying up to 50% over the price and buying retracements from 50-100% for initial opening order), and more importantly, how close your limit is to the current price of the stock.
We have two common goals with PIE. Goal number one: Take profits at 25% – every time, every trade. Goal two: Make money in the process. These goals are quite achievable. They’ve worked on every single PIE pick to date. Though we never know what tomorrow will bring, nor if history will repeat itself, arming ourselves with as much knowledge and solid strategy as possible keeps us sharp and prepared. We’re in this together. As always, I welcome your questions and comments.