In the latest edition of Fast Profits, Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald shares with you two of the best ways to profit from one beaten-down stock’s inevitable comeback.
Pay close attention to this one – it could be the most profitable move of 2019.
Fast Profits Members: Learn the Secrets of Keith’s Stock-Picking Strategy
In the video above, Keith Fitz-Gerald shared a trade recommendation that could have you doubling your money – or more – from one popular stock that he believes will inevitably rise.
The prospects are strong for this company. Unlike the talking heads on TV, Keith doesn’t care about the sales numbers everyone’s obsessed with – and neither should you.
Because this company’s pivot into the health and medical world is predicted to cause a HUGE revenue growth surge. And that means early investors who get in now will likely be handsomely rewarded.
But future growth and strategies aren’t the only way Keith spots his next winner…
Keith’s been showing his readers how to make TONS of money with his special, proprietary strategy he uses to identify only the best market-beating trades.
It’s called the “X Pattern.”
Over the past year, the X Pattern has helped his readers close out over 131 winners. Forty-six of those winners were triple-digit windfalls.
While we can’t give away the exact details of his strategy on this page (you can hear it from him firsthand here), here’s a brief overview…
Put simply, Keith only recommends BUYING shares of a specific set of stocks when he sees this “X” appear.
Then, he tells his readers to SELL those same shares when he sees a second “X” appear.
He can use this X Pattern to give you the opportunity to capture triple-digit gains every single week… week after week… for yourself… starting immediately.
Click here to see exactly how these “X Pattern” trades work – AND to get exact instructions on how to join Keith on his next trade recommendation.
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