What is the FLOAT of a stock?

Saturday, October 19, 2019

What is the Float of a stock, I get asked all the time?

 

I'll show you by definition and example below. Read on...


The amazing picks over the last 2 weeks in the Mojo Day Trading Chat Room keep adding up. Over the last week we hit the following trades...

 

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Friday, 10/18/2019 we hit $BNGO from $1.85 to $3.50

 

 

  • we hit $BIMI from $2.50 to $13.00 on 10/15

  • we hit $YUMA from $3.70 to $4.70 on 10/15

  • we hit $SES from $3.15 to $26.00 on 10/15

  • we hit $VIVE from $3.30 to $10.80 on 10/16

  • we hit $DTSS from $1.50 to $7.00 on 10/16

  • we hit $BNGO from $1.50 to $4.00 on 10/16

  • we hit $TOPS from $3.30 to $4.80 on 10/17

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Another good thing about this is I have made LIVE trading shows on You Tube memorializing all these historic movers.


Here are a few examples of past recent winners that I picked for traders in Mojo chat room that showed 3 basic characteristics right before they made big moves.

 

 
The stocks are moving big because of 3 factors:

1. Big volume trading 1 million shares before the opening bell at 9:30 am 

2. Low float stocks under 5 million shares

3. News catalyst

 

You can see this pattern is very powerful and profitable.

Here is a look at what the floats look like on these stocks...

 

What is the FLOAT of a stock?

 

The float of a stock is the number of shares available for trading of a particular stock.

 

Low float stocks are those with a low number of shares.

 

Floating stock is calculated by subtracting closely-held shares and restricted stock from a firm’s total outstanding shares.

 

Closely-held shares are those owned by insiders, major shareholders, and employees.

 

Restricted stock refers to insider shares that cannot be traded because of a temporary restriction such as the lock-up period after an initial public offering.

 

A stock with a small float will generally be more volatile than a stock with a large float. This is because, with fewer shares available, it may be harder to find a buyer or seller. This results in larger spreads and often bigger moves when volume goes into the stock.

 


All the stocks that have made over 100% intra day moves all had low floats. Tale a look here...

Traders there is nothing better than buying one of these low float winners in the morning and selling it for a 100% win!! Doubling your money in one day is insane!!

 

Keep it profitable and I'll see you in the chat room.

ProTrader Mike

 

P.S. If you want to become a member of the chat room I have a special 30% Off the regular rate.

 

 

 

 

 

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