How to Trade Like a Pro: 9 Stocks for April to Follow the ‘Smart Money’

by | Apr 6, 2022 | Stocks

The markets have been extremely volatile over the last few days… weeks… and months… Hell, the VIX Volatility Index rose 14% on Tuesday, and is up another 15% at lunchtime on the East Coast on Wednesday. money flow elite trading service

And the abnormal moves we’ve seen have given people more opportunities to trade, regardless of whether stocks move higher or lower. Personally, I like it. It means we’re in a “trader’s market.”  

But not everyone loves the price action we’re seeing… 

That’s why I want to share with you my favorite strategy — Money Flow Elite. And the best part is, you don’t need to become a day trader to take advantage of it — at most, you’ll only need to enter and exit positions once a month.  

Here’s how Money Flow Elite works…

I look to go long on stocks that are getting bid up by big-money, institutional investors, and short on stocks being bid down.  

If you’ve traded during a bull market, then you already know how most stocks rise when market conditions are favorable and just about everything is trending up.

The only downside is, sometimes the market can throw us a curve ball. Say a bad headline tanks one of our monthly long stock picks…

To protect us in the event of this possibility, I add a bearish trade from each major U.S. index. That means members will get three bearish trade alerts a month alongside six long trades. 

As we’ve seen, there will be moments where the market sells off — sometimes in a big way like we saw Tuesday and so far on Wednesday.

The more tools you have at your disposal — learning how to trade from the short side, how to buy puts  when stocks sink — not only ensures that your portfolio is protected, but it’s allowed us to come out ahead in the past.

So you’re not wasting valuable time sitting on the sidelines, waiting for conditions to improve. 

You’re in the thick of it…. 

In other words, we want to be long on stocks with strong institutional support… and short stocks being sold by institutional investors. In my vast experience, those are the stocks most likely to head lower in the short term. 

Watch the Money Flow Elite Trading Service in Action With PDD

To see this strategy in action, just take a look at one of our trades from March, Pinduoduo Inc ADR (Nasdaq: PDD)...

We bought puts on this Chinese internet stock on the third trading day of March. It was down over 10% as U.S. investors reconsidered exposure to Chinese tech stocks, and PDD looked like it was breaking down once again. 

The stock remained in a bearish pattern below its moving averages, and the situation wasn’t fundamentally improving for Chinese technology yet. 

I expected much more downside for the stock.

And not even halfway through the month and amid all of the volatility, we closed the position on March 14 for a monster 285.33% gain on PDD puts.* 

The stock was getting hit on a wave of bad news coming out of China… We saw it sink another 20% that same week with COVID-19 outbreak fears adding to Beijing’s issues with the SEC and its support of Russia.

My hunch was anti-China fears would peak soon after the Hang Seng also crashed 5% to six-year lows. I figured the CCP would step in and offer support to China’s markets, which it did, so we took the opportunity to trade out of our puts for a huge gain. 

stock chart of PDD

On top of the monster gain on the put option, we also managed to reel in a 39.66% gain selling shares of PDD short!*

And my Money Flow Elite trading service members just got nine more trades similar to PDD.

I’ve got my eyes set on trades poised to rip higher — and lower — as we confront a new era of rising rates, conflicts of war and staggering inflation — just wait till we see Tuesday’s Consumer Price Index data… There could be fireworks.

And it’s not too late for you to get in on them, too.

That’s why now is a great time to check out this pro’s strategy. 

Get this month’s trades right here.

*Stated results are atypical for given period. Past performance is not indicative of any future results. Trade at your own risk.

WRITTEN BY<br>Jeff Zananiri

WRITTEN BY
Jeff Zananiri

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