Monday, May 8, 2017

Timothy Sykes' Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Breakout Penny Stocks for Day Trading

Day trading is not for the faint of heart and neither are penny stock investments.  A name that has been in the penny stock arena for some time now is Timothy Sykes.  If you don't know who he is then Google him.  He definitely has experience.  If you are looking for quick gains on volatile stock swings; then he is for you. 

While I am more fascinated with investing in the micro cap sector for long term gains -- Tim is definitely a view into how day trading and quick stock flips can work.  This is not a recommendation but a view into how some stock pickers and day traders are operating. 

In this video he goes through some of his methods and I personally like the part of the video where he says he saw a tweet about a stock.  Social media has changed the way people can day trade the stock market.  Unlike before...the flow of information is at your fingertips and thousands of traders are on online platforms talking about their trades. 

The more you know about penny stocks and micro cap companies and how to trade them, invest in the long term or short them....the better off you are.  Watch Tim's video below and follow him on Twitter @TimothySykes


-Nick Coriano

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About the Author: Nicholas Coriano is a Business Consultant.  He is a graduate of The University of Connecticut Business School and the John Marshall Law School in Chicago.  He has worked at Merrill Lynch, The New York Stock Exchange and is currently a partner at Cervitude Intelligent Relations, which specializes in Investor Relations for companies valued under $1 Billion USD.

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