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We have some big names that really could move the markets and for my regulars, i’ve got a huge announcement. I was hoping to go to armenia next, but they turned down my girlfriend’s visa application. You would think armenia would welcome any tourist dollars they could get, but that was simply not the case, so my next home for a few months will be barbados in the caribbean. I rented a nice two story: cottage and a remote part of barbados next to a horse ranch and right by seaside cliffs should be a great place to trade stocks work on my tan and who knows, maybe i can find a gym in bulk up and if I have any viewers in barbados drop me a comment below and maybe we can grab a beer next month. Let’S kick the day off with two success stories. Larry said i ran into jerry’s videos in december and, although i already had some good stocks in my portfolio, he gave me so much more confidence to add more into my existing positions and add some other outperformers. His analyses are not biased or based on hype. They’Re fundamentally sound and with a lot of data to back it up and ph and arcs, are some of jerry’s favorites and i’m glad i added them. Thank you. So much jerry larry is right that i love the arcs and i’m happy to see he’s up 10 to 20 on his position since december and nonstop said i’ve been a member for two weeks.

I follow jerry’s hot stock advice on jmia in a couple of days. I’M up one thousand dollars in profit and climbing, not to mention two other trades that brought in 340 dollars the same day all this for 30 bucks. I get these success stories every single day and people are crushing it on my patreon because we have daily hot stocks, trade alerts, growth, portfolios to model plus you get my famous beast mode spreadsheets to make picking stocks easy. The biggest reason why so many people are doing so well is because i teach people how to fish instead of just throwing you a fish, so grab a cup of coffee and hang on, because this is not your normal stock channel life and investing in the stock Market are very similar and here’s, a quote from don browning. That really brings that point home, find a train going where i want to go and buy a ticket. So let’s take a look at our first stock and we’re. Now, looking at general, electric company ticker ge, and if we come over here and we look at the chart – these are what i call the train tracks and they’re formed between the 20 day moving average. The blue line right here and the red 50 day moving average. So this kind of looks like a train track and when i look at this, is this a train that i want to ride? If the answer is yes, then we come over here and we look at the beast mode stock analysis scorecard.

We can see the 52 week. Price range is 5 to 13. The p e ratio is 27.4. The return over one year is down six percent. However, over the last three months, this stock is up 49 and their revenue growth in the last year, it’s down 12.1 percent. The revenue growth forecast is down 16.4, so they’re not making as much money as they used to, and this is a little bit of a concern. Their net income margin is 4.5 percent. Their leverage free cash flow is good at 3.4. So now, when we look at this stock, how would i trade it? If i look at the fundamentals? I’M, not really that excited, because the revenue growth was down last year and it’s going to be down more this year. So if i was going to trade this, i would trade it based on the technicals and, if i’m doing a technical trade. I normally do it as a swing trade, where i’m looking to get in, take my profit and get out. So what i would do on a stock like this is, i would buy it when it comes down near that 20 day, moving average, which it coincidentally, is at right now. I would write it up, set a trail, stop behind it and when i got stopped out, i would take my profits on it. Our second stock is freeport mcmoran and if we come over and look at the chart, first thing we want to ask ourselves: is this a train we want to ride? The answer is yes, let’s.

Take a look at the scorecard ticker is fcx. The pe ratio is negative 404.. What does that tell me? Well if the pe ratio was between 1 and 100, then i would consider that a fundamental stock it’s above 100 and it’s negative. So that means that i treat this as a growth stock, so let’s come down here and look at the revenue growth it’s negative last year. The forecast is negative, so this is a growth stock that does not have revenue growth. Therefore, the fundamentals are not good. For me, so i would only trade this as a swing trade there’s a lot of different ways we could enter. This is what’s called a breakout right here where it goes, sideways, breaks out and then goes back up. It’S currently went high, came down, touched the 20 day moving average and it closed just below it. If it starts that upward trend back up, then it would be a considerable buy. So this is a possible buy on technical analysis for a swing trade. Our third stock is microsoft, corporation ticker msft, and this is a big boy that everybody knows i come over. I look at the chart. Is this a train? I want to ride going sideways. I don’t want to buy a ticket on this train. I am done. I could look at this, but i really don’t care because it’s not a train, that i want to ride so it’s a simple next, our fourth stock is apple.

Looking at the chart, it is a train that i would consider writing so let’s. Take a look at the beast mode scorecard the 52 week. Price range is 53 to 145 dollars. The p e ratio is 41.9, so it’s between 1 and 100. That means i treat it as a fundamental stock. The year to date, stock gain is eight percent, so it’s up eight percent. This year alone, over one week, it’s up twelve percent over one month, it’s up eight percent over three months, it’s up 24, which isn’t too bad and over one year, it’s up 81 percent. So i do like these numbers right here for the stock performance. Now the tattle ratio is 1.25 that’s good. It had revenue growth last year of 5.5 percent and it’s got revenue growth almost three times as high this year at 15.2 percent. So remember: this stock has a p e ratio of 41.9 and fundamental stocks. I want them to have revenue growth, but it doesn’t have to follow the rule of 40, where it’s over 40 or anything like that. Just the fact that it’s got a lower p e ratio and good revenue growth for a very established company, like apple means, i would be interested in buying this one. Their leverage, free cash flow is 26.7, so they’re doing very well, and their net income margin is very respectable at 20.9 percent. That’S, actually really good. So for this stock, i am interested in it.

Based on the fundamentals, i am interested in it based on the chart. It’S, a train that i want to ride so now, it’s a matter of finding that optimal entry point and the optimal entry point on this one. One of the ways we could buy. It is whenever it comes down to that 20 day, moving average and then closes higher and bounces off it. So right now it’s what we call too much too fast, and i would wait for it to go sideways or to come back down and that’s exactly what happened right here. It went up too much too fast came down to that 20 day. Moving average it’s, almost like magic, went sideways and now it’s going back up and don’t forget. This is earnings week. So we’ve got to be more careful on our buys and sells. Our fifth stock is facebook and i look at the charts. Is this a train? I want to ride hell no i’m out, but just for fun, let’s take a look at the scorecard. We can see that their pe ratio is 31.3. We can see that they have really good revenue growth last year and revenue growth is going to be higher this year, so that’s a really good, plus their net income margin is 32, so they’re doing really well and their leverage free cash flow is 24.3, so, based On the fundamentals, everything looks great on facebook but i’m. Looking at the chart, it’s not a train that i want to ride.

So what i would do on a stock like this is. I would absolutely pass right now and once it starts a strong uptrend, where it looks something like one of these charts, then i would be looking to get into it and that’s facebook so a pass for now, but watch for later our next stock is tesla. We look at it is that a train i want to ride absolutely beautiful and i’ve got quite a few positions in this company. It is an earnings week, they’re up very nice on the pre market right now, so it’s beautiful but what’s, very common on catalyst. Events like earnings is they’ll, run up right before the event. Then people will take their profits and get out because they don’t know what that catalyst is going to be. Earnings is a really big unknown. So if tesla has a great earnings report, it will be off to the races, if there’s anything wrong with that tesla earnings report. Then, after that earnings report it could fall like a rock, and that is the risk of holding over earnings. So let’s take a look at the beast mode stock analysis scorecard we’ve got a 52 week price range of 70 to 900 it’s, currently at 880, so it’s very close to that. High and we’ve got a p e ratio that’s insane 1566. The year to date, stock gain it’s up 25 this year, i’m glad i own a lot of it because i’m doing well with it over one week, it’s up four percent over one month 33, over three months 110 and over one year, they’re up a whopping.

Six hundred and eighty percent, the revenue growth last year was fifteen point four percent and they’re going to have more revenue growth this year at twenty six point, eight percent, their net income margin is weak at two percent and their leverage free cash flow is six point. Five percent so that’s a good number and at least they’re able to pay for all of their business operations just with the income that they’ve got coming in now. If we’re looking at the chart on this stock, when do we want to buy well, we could buy it a couple of different places. Here, anytime, it comes down to that 20 day, moving average that’s a good time to buy as long as it closes higher, and we can see. That’S happened over time several different times, but this is a three month chart and it was almost three months ago that it actually hit that 20 day moving average, so it doesn’t always get down there. This is an area of consolidation and we’ve got the same thing happening right now, so a good buy point would be if it goes over the previous high, which is 900 if it closes over that amount. That would be a good buy. But again i want to warn you exercise extreme caution to hold over earnings. I am holding over earnings on this stock, but i understand the risks our next talk that we’re covering that has earnings this week is united states, steel, corporation ticker x.

I look at this chart. Is it a train i’m willing to catch? Yes, it is, although we do have some big highs away from it coming back down, we just had to run up too much too fast coming back down and it broke through that level of support. So let’s take a look at the scorecard. The 52 week price range is 5 to 25 dollars. The p e ratio is negative. 2.2. So that’s a bit of a concern if it’s a negative p e ratio, i like to see really good revenue growth let’s. Take a look at the revenue growth down here and it is bad, so that’s not a good sign for this company from a technical, fundamental standpoint, now normally united states, steel is going to be a fundamental stock, but with the last year in that pandemic, they’ve been Beaten down or they’re actually negative, but i’m still going to treat them like any other negative pe company. So that means the only way i would trade. This is based on the technicals and if i’m technical trading on a stock that has a negative p e ratio, then it’s typically going to be a swing. Trade protect that position with a trailing stop and get in and out so you can get in whenever it comes off that 20 day moving average and get out on a pullback. So, in this case, you would have gotten in right around down here and you would have gotten out whenever it dropped back now.

What you’d want to do is wait for it to close above that 20 day moving average and then to continue an upward trend, and that would be a possible buy signal. You can also look at other indicators like the macd, which is telling you right now to pass on it. The best time to get in with macd’s is on a crossover, and that would be where the green crosses the purple. So that would have been right here and we can see that happening again right down here as well. On a macd, our eight stock is eli. Lillian company ticker lly, it is a train that i would like to ride. So let’s take a look at the scorecard 52 week. Price range 117 to 213.. The estimated intrinsic value is 166.. The analysts have a target mean price of 193.97. The p e ratio is 34.5, and that means i treat it as a fundamental stock. The return over one week is seven percent over one month. Twenty seven percent three months, fifty one percent and one year is fifty six percent, so those are pretty good returns. I generally like to get higher, but that’s not too bad. The title ratio is one point one. Three: the revenue growth last year was 6.3 percent and they’ve got more revenue growth this year at 9.4 percent, so that’s a really good revenue growth for a company with a market cap as big as eli and company.

So this is looking good from a fundamental standpoint. Their net income margin is very impressive at 24 and their leverage free cash flow is equally impressive at 23.2, so the fundamentals are strong on this company and we just want to look for a good buying entry point that optimal entry point would be right down here. Coming off that 20 day, moving average and wow look at this, it came down to that 20 day. Moving average closed above it two days and then a big gap up, and then it was off to the races. Our next stock is one that everybody should know. The boeing company ticker ba we look at this – is this a train that i want to ride hell, no, not interested. How much time do we need to spend on it not much next and our 10th and final stock that we’re looking at is caterpillar incorporated. Ticker c a t we look at this chart. Is it a train? We want to ride, absolutely looks really good. So let’s, look at the beast mode stock analysis scorecard 52 week price range 88 to 200. P e ratio is 30.7, so we treat it as a fundamental stock because it’s between 1 and 100. over one week, the stock is down 3 percent over one month, it’s up percent over three months, it’s up 15 and over one year, it’s up 37. So these numbers are just okay, nothing to get too excited about so i’m, just medium on this stock.

At this point now, let’s take a look at the title: ratio 1.24 check it’s over one, so that’s good the revenue growth last year. It was down 20.6 percent and they’re going to be down another 22.5 this year. This is a really bad sign from the fundamentals. So imagine this we’ve got a really big company like caterpillar last year, their revenue growth was down 20 and it will be down. Another 22, this year from a fundamental standpoint, the company is losing a lot of revenue. This is not good. This is not encouraging so i’m, not interested in this stock. From a fundamental buy standpoint. That means it’s, not a long term hold. For me, their net income margin is 7.6, which is okay. Their leverage free cash flow is 10, which is okay. So how would i trade this stock? I would trade it on the technicals only meaning it would be a swing trade for me, get in set a trail, stop get out and we can see the cat regularly trades right on that 20 day, moving average, so we can get in on a bounce off The 20 day moving average set our trail. Stop we’d get out right about here, take our quick profits and wash rinse and repeat this as a technical, trade and we’ll just simply write it for as long as it’s going up and it doesn’t take us out with that trail stop. But right now we do have a little bit of weakness.

Don’T even consider this until it closes over that 20 day, moving average as and is moving back up and based on these numbers. I would definitely wait for confirmation of it going back up and i would not buy this stock before earnings. Definitely would not wait for it and see what it does with that earnings report. Our question of the day is: should i hold over earnings? The answer? Is it really depends any time you hold over a catalyst event like earnings, you have increased risk and reward set another way, it’s dangerous to hold over earnings, because if there is something negative in the earnings report, that’s beyond your control, the stock could come crashing down. I will hold over earnings for companies that i am holding long term. For example, i own a lot of tesla shares and i will hold those earnings and i know the risks. I also know that for the last three quarters, each time after tesla’s earnings report, the stock went down then consolidated for two to three weeks before continuing back up.

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