Move On My Two Favorite Penny Stocks Today

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These breakout stocks have some signatures that are telling of upcoming activity. In the same way that your reflexes kick in when the doctor hammers your knee, a stock will react aggressively when those three specific things happen at the same time, which I'll explain in more detail in a minute.

Every single stock on the market, whether it's $20 or $2,000, behaves like this.

So today, I'll be sharing with everyone two low-dollar stocks that fulfill the above criteria... and how you can profit from them.

I prefer to use this strategy on microcap stocks because of their larger magnitude toward the upside. It doesn't take much for a $1 stock to double or triple your investment, and it certainly doesn't take much for a $0.10 stock to do so, either.

These two penny stocks are "in play," and I'll give you the exact prices to buy in...

Penny Stock Recommendation No. 1

As promised, let's quickly review the criteria I mentioned above before we dive into my first recommendation.

So when I say shift in momentum, I'm specifically talking about a shift in momentum within normal distributions. It's not a spike because we're predicting the spike and positioning ourselves to profit before the spike happens. Instead of a spike, the statistics are completely normal. This part is absolutely crucial - the statistics must be normal.

"Normal" activity means that the prices are moving within a certain tolerance, like Bollinger bands, also known as the volatility bands. By tracking normal distributions, we can also predict when the stock will make an unusual breakout.

Second, we're looking for a steep shift in the technical trends. The reason that they matter more is that the market reacts to technicals. You see, signatures of a breakout are increased in the slope of a 20- and 50-day moving average. That's just a fancy way of saying that you're looking for a steep shift in the technical trend. Like I always say, the trend is your friend.

The two most-watched trends are the 20- and 50-day moving averages. Typically, a bullish crossover will precede a bullish breakout, and a bearish cross under suggests an upcoming breakdown.

Our third and final sign is increasing volume while technicals are shifting. Volume shows that the market is participating in the price surge - it's what turns a price surge into a profitable opportunity.

And now that you have a clear idea of our strategy, let's get into my stock recommendations...

First up, we've got Bombardier Inc. (OTCMKTS: BDRBF), which you should buy at around its current price of $1.14. Based in Montreal, Canada, BDRBF was once a manufacturer of commercial jets, public transportation vehicles, and trains.

But it's downsized its business, and today it focuses solely on private jets.

Take a look at the stock's chart:


As you can see, around mid-February, the momentum started to shift, thus fulfilling our first criteria: the shift in momentum.

We saw shares bouncing up and down within the 20- and 50-day moving averages for about a month. Then, the technical trend lines started moving higher, but they were still bouncing up and down within a normal distribution from April to June.

This fulfills our second sign.

Finally, the volume spiked in July, fulfilling our third criteria, and causing shares to explode vertically up.

But now volume is on the decline, and we're going to see a pullback.

Where does the stock go from here? Well, I'd look to buy shares at $1.14 and target a move to $1.40.

Penny Stock Recommendation No. 2

Next up is Atlanta, Ga.-based Health Discovery Corp. (OTCMKTS: HDVY), which I'm looking to buy at around $0.35.

HDVY is another stock that's exhibiting all the signs we just went over.

For nearly half a year, shares had been trading around the $0.04 to $0.06 range.

But around late April, we saw a bullish crossover in the technical trend lines. Two months later, we saw a major spike in volume, causing shares to rocket up to the $0.13 range.

After the "crescendo volume" - which is the volume surge - you see a sharp decline in the stock, and we saw that in June with HDVY.

But shares were still trading within a normal distribution and yet another volume surge caused prices to spike all the way up toward the $0.40 level. Now that the crescendo volume has happened, it's currently too late to get into this stock.

We have to wait for it to drop a bit. I recommend that you wait until HDVY drops down to around $0.35.

But keep in mind, this could change if the trend continues to move higher and higher. I'll be sure to keep an eye on both of these stocks and update you if there are any major developments.

I love using effective trading strategies on low-dollar stocks because if a $0.10 stock gains another dime, you've already recorded a 100% profit.

Disclaimer: Any performance results described herein are not based on actual trading of securities but are instead based on a hypothetical trading account which entered and exited the suggested ...

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