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There are rainmakers on Wall Street—brilliant, gifted, world beating minds. They’re hired by the largest hedge funds and investment banks on the planet. Some of them program trading robots, known as “black boxes” and create high frequency trading algorithms, capitalizing on arbitrage opportunities between global markets and who knows what else or what next. If you aren’t one of these beautiful minds, if you didn’t graduate MIT, don’t worry; there is hope. You can make a living out of trading without being a rainmaker. One way is to find out where it is raining and hold out your bucket. When large volume comes into a stock, there is significant price movement. It is possible to align yourself with the price movement and ride the wave of volume to big gains. I call these setups “High Volume Runners.” This book will allow you to identify these stocks likely to have huge price movements, and get you into these stocks at low risk/high reward entries.

There are rainmakers on Wall Street—brilliant, gifted, world beating minds.
They’re hired by the largest hedge funds and investment banks on the planet.
Some of them program trading robots, known as “black boxes” and create high frequency trading algorithms, capitalizing on arbitrage opportunities between global markets and who knows what else or what next.
If you aren’t one of these beautiful minds, if you didn’t graduate MIT, don’t worry; there is hope.
You can make a living out of trading without being a rainmaker.
One way is to find out where it is raining and hold out your bucket.
When large volume comes into a stock, there is significant price movement.
It is possible to align yourself with the price movement and ride the wave of volume to big gains.
I call these setups “High Volume Runners.
” This book will allow you to identify these stocks likely to have huge price movements, and get you into these stocks at low risk/high reward entries.

There are rainmakers on Wall Street—brilliant, gifted, world beating minds.

They’re hired by the largest hedge funds and investment banks on the planet.

Some of them program trading robots, known as “black boxes” and create high frequency trading algorithms, capitalizing on arbitrage opportunities between global markets and who knows what else or what next.

If you aren’t one of these beautiful minds, if you didn’t graduate MIT, don’t worry; there is hope.

You can make a living out of trading without being a rainmaker.

One way is to find out where it is raining and hold out your bucket.

When large volume comes into a stock, there is significant price movement.

It is possible to align yourself with the price movement and ride the wave of volume to big gains.

I call these setups “High Volume Runners.

” This book will allow you to identify these stocks likely to have huge price movements, and get you into these stocks at low risk/high reward entries.

Here are some examples of these setups

Chart 1-1

ACHN, up 109% from a low of $3

72 to $7. 81 in two days.

Had you captured the entire move, you would have doubled your investment.

Chart 1-2

CAMT, up 55% in a day.

Chart 1-3

CBAK, 104% in one day.

Chart 1-4

DGLY, 188% one-day gain.

Chart 1-5

GIGA, up 195% in one day.

Chart 1-6

STEM, 21% gain in one day.

Chart 1-7

USU, gained 197% in one day, a 311% total two-day gain.

These types of movements aren’t rare; all of these, and more not shown, occurred over a 60-day span or so.

The defining characteristic of this setup, other than the significant price movement, is the large increase in volume relative to the stock’s average.

What happens is some kind of significant catalyst occurs, for instance a positive earnings surprise, a news story creating expectations of growth, etc.

This can cause a rush of both retail and institutional buyers into the stock, which creates demand and drives the price up.

Now that you know these huge moves exist, the next several chapters will teach you the individual components you’ll need to be successful at identifying them, capitalizing on them, and avoiding the ones you should stay away from.

Here are some examples of these setups

Chart 1-1

ACHN, up 109% from a low of $3
72 to $7. 81 in two days.
Had you captured the entire move, you would have doubled your investment.

Chart 1-2

CAMT, up 55% in a day.

Chart 1-3

CBAK, 104% in one day.

Chart 1-4

DGLY, 188% one-day gain.

Chart 1-5

GIGA, up 195% in one day.

Chart 1-6

STEM, 21% gain in one day.

Chart 1-7

USU, gained 197% in one day, a 311% total two-day gain.
These types of movements aren’t rare; all of these, and more not shown, occurred over a 60-day span or so.

The defining characteristic of this setup, other than the significant price movement, is the large increase in volume relative to the stock’s average.

What happens is some kind of significant catalyst occurs, for instance a positive earnings surprise, a news story creating expectations of growth, etc.

This can cause a rush of both retail and institutional buyers into the stock, which creates demand and drives the price up.

Now that you know these huge moves exist, the next several chapters will teach you the individual components you’ll need to be successful at identifying them, capitalizing on them, and avoiding the ones you should stay away from.

There are rainmakers on Wall Street—brilliant, gifted, world beating minds.
They’re hired by the largest hedge funds and investment banks on the planet.
Some of them program trading robots, known as “black boxes” and create high frequency trading algorithms, capitalizing on arbitrage opportunities between global markets and who knows what else or what next.
If you aren’t one of these beautiful minds, if you didn’t graduate MIT, don’t worry; there is hope.
You can make a living out of trading without being a rainmaker.
One way is to find out where it is raining and hold out your bucket.
When large volume comes into a stock, there is significant price movement.
It is possible to align yourself with the price movement and ride the wave of volume to big gains.
I call these setups “High Volume Runners.
” This book will allow you to identify these stocks likely to have huge price movements, and get you into these stocks at low risk/high reward entries.

Here are some examples of these setups

Chart 1-1

ACHN, up 109% from a low of $3.
72 to $7.
81 in two days.
Had you captured the entire move, you would have doubled your investment.

Chart 1-2

CAMT, up 55% in a day.

Chart 1-3

CBAK, 104% in one day.

Chart 1-4

DGLY, 188% one-day gain.

Chart 1-5

GIGA, up 195% in one day.

Chart 1-6

STEM, 21% gain in one day.

Chart 1-7

USU, gained 197% in one day, a 311% total two-day gain.
These types of movements aren’t rare; all of these, and more not shown, occurred over a 60-day span or so.
The defining characteristic of this setup, other than the significant price movement, is the large increase in volume relative to the stock’s average.

What happens is some kind of significant catalyst occurs, for instance a positive earnings surprise, a news story creating expectations of growth, etc.
This can cause a rush of both retail and institutional buyers into the stock, which creates demand and drives the price up.
Now that you know these huge moves exist, the next several chapters will teach you the individual components you’ll need to be successful at identifying them, capitalizing on them, and avoiding the ones you should stay away from.

Here are some examples of these setups

Chart 1-1

ACHN, up 109% from a low of $3.72 to $7.81 in two days. Had you captured the entire move, you would have doubled your investment.

Chart 1-2

CAMT, up 55% in a day.

Chart 1-3

CBAK, 104% in one day.

Chart 1-4

DGLY, 188% one-day gain.

Chart 1-5

GIGA, up 195% in one day.

Chart 1-6

STEM, 21% gain in one day.

Chart 1-7

USU, gained 197% in one day, a 311% total two-day gain. These types of movements aren’t rare; all of these, and more not shown, occurred over a 60-day span or so.

The defining characteristic of this setup, other than the significant price movement, is the large increase in volume relative to the stock’s average.

What happens is some kind of significant catalyst occurs, for instance a positive earnings surprise, a news story creating expectations of growth, etc.

This can cause a rush of both retail and institutional buyers into the stock, which creates demand and drives the price up.

Now that you know these huge moves exist, the next several chapters will teach you the individual components you’ll need to be successful at identifying them, capitalizing on them, and avoiding the ones you should stay away from.

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