3 Canadian Marijuana Stocks To Own

Canadian marijuana growers are in a classic upward trend. My favorites are Aphria, Aurora, and Canopy Growth. They are behemoths. Highly liquid, massive growth opportunities. Canopy Growth is the largest marijuana grow operation in the world, and Aphria and Aurora are close behind. Which one should you buy though? Well, it all depends on what you want. I’m not one to say ANYTHING is a sure thing, but these marijuana companies come pretty close if you want big profits. Aphria (APH) Pros: The lowest cost producer by a long shot. Cost per gram is .79 CAD. What Aphria spends in 1 year on hydro-electro bills, indoor growers like Canopy and Aurora spend in 1 month. Under ACMPR, it cost

🔬 Understanding ETFs

How ETFs can be great trading stocks ... they are best for: 💰 profitability 🚿 liquidity 🎿 quick trades (intra-day scalps) 🥁 all day holders (trend trades) Let's use TZA as an example here ... following an analysis done last week where most patterns in play I called the Trump Pattern. These are stocks that have gotten "crushed" as the DOW soared from 17,000 to 21,000 over the last 60 days. There are some really great chart patterns in play now as stocks are rebounding back up "doing the dead cat bounce" These stocks make great day-trade and swing trade opportunities in a top heavy market. If you watch a few key indicators, you can ride it up as the market is going down. And right now, the

Day Trading For A Living Basics

With Day Trading really started big when electronic trading started. The stocks in today's NASDAQ that trade by the decimal point used to trade by the fraction. The spreads used to be a lot bigger The advantage was to the large institutional and not the small trader. Until one SOES went into effect. Small traders found a loophole in the system and took advantage of it. Read more here = Small Order Execution System (SOES) http://ow.ly/2a8B307q5p1 Things do change in this life and slowly people are realizing and not listening to the grand folks anymore. Hey long term buy and hold just does not work and swing trading sucks and is stressful. Like the masses say day trading is gambling as they g

Understanding Covered Calls

In the video below Understand Covered Call Writing and what I call my Triple Threat Strategy. Learn more in the next class of MOJO University Live .... See more info here Having options explained to you doesn't have to be difficult or confusing. First, some put and call option basics explained: What is a 'Covered Call' A covered call is an options strategy whereby an investor holds a long position in an asset and writes (sells) call options on that same asset in an attempt to generate increased income from the asset. This is often employed when an investor has a short-term neutral view on the asset and for this reason hold the asset long and simultaneously have a short position via the opti

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