How to Spot Winning Stocks in Any Economy

How would you like to learn a winning trading system for stocks in just 90 seconds? Sound impossible doesn’t it?

But, what if it is possible? Imagine how you could benefit from this knowledge. This is the same knowledge and understanding that took me years to learn and figure out trading in the pits of Chicago.

So how can years of learning how to trade the right way be boiled down and presented in just 90 seconds?

Well the simple answer comes in the form of two geometric triangles. We call them our “Trade Triangles” and that’s exactly what they do - they spot and alert you to potentially winning trades.

It is all here in this video titled: “90 Second Stocks”

Watch it here. No registration required.

All the best,
Adam Hewison
Co-creator, MarketClub

4 thoughts on “How to Spot Winning Stocks in Any Economy

  1. I think the video does not relate to the title in this case.
    The video describes a particular situation. The title is much more general. I am certain the example shown would not work for every stock.
    So how does one pick the ones that do?

    1. Hi Larry,

      I understand your point. With MarketClub there are a few different tools you can use to "pick," or as I like to call it, "highlight" stocks that are primed for a move.

      You could use any of the following. I have included a link where you can access much more detailed information about the tools below each segment.

      Chart Analysis Score

      I tend to use this tool as it give a quick reading of the movement's health. When I "highlight" stocks I add them to my portfolio. For example... if the stocks is making a short term up... you'll see the score change from -100, to a -90 (intraday strength), to a -75 (day strength), to a +55 (20 Day MA), to a +70... at the point of a +70, you know that all of the trends (with the exception of the month are pointing up). Since MarketClub recommends that you use the Monthly and Weekly "Trade Triangles" to determine trend direction and strength... then you know the last thing to flip is the Monthly Score... that way you can be on top of it when it changes. If the score goes from a +70 back down to a +55 or lower, than you know that the trend isn't ready for an entry.


      Smart Scan

      Smart Scan is great for looking for specific types of trend. For example, if your retirement account does not allow you to short, then you would use Smart Scan to find markets that are in a short term, intermediate term, or long term uptrend. You can then set the scan to look for specific current prices or volume levels. Once you find a list of "eligible" stocks, then you can add them to your portfolio and watch for that "Score / Trade Triangles" to start aligning.


      Recent Trade Triangles

      If your portfolio criteria is more relaxed (you have a higher risk tolerance, trading any market is possible, you want to jump in some trades quickly), the Recent Trade Triangle tool will pick our markets that have recently had a "Trade Triangle" trigger. If you are following the suggested MarketClub method for stocks, you can then look for new Monthly "Trade Triangles" and then at the chart to confirm for a Weekly "Trade Triangle." If both triangles are aligned then you may want to consider entering a position.


      Of course no system can assure you that you'll have all winners, but with our analytical tools, you are putting the mathematical odds in your favor that you are in the right side of the trend. It's not guaranteed, but I'd put my money on something backed with better odds.

      If you have any questions please visit our Help Section <> or email su*****@in*.com or call our Support Team at 1-800-538-7424.

      Happy Holidays,

      Lindsay Thompson
      Director of New Business Development & MarketClub

  2. Hi there.

    My comment in not related to this post but I know no other way ask this question:

    I noticed your post a few days ago on the ADX-DMI Indicator and found it very interesting. I thought you may have an archive with explanations on all indicators but I can;t find it. I am particularly interested in learning more about the MACD. Please point me in teh right direction.


    1. Hi Stefano,

      If you want to learn more about a particular technical analysis study or technique, you can always use the search function in the top right hand side of the blog.

      Just type in MACD, and you will have a list of previous blog posts to choose from. There are videos, free PDF workbooks and information... all you have to do is move down the list and read up.

      For example:

      Let our Customer Service Team know if you have any further questions. They are more than happy to help you.


      Lindsay Thompson
      Director of New Business Development & MarketClub

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