Earnings Euphoria is All Around Us


Hey Trader,

Earnings Season is coming to an end with a bang in some highly watched names. This week we're hearing from HOOD, ARM, AFRM and DIS just to name a few.

The best part about this week is everything that happens will stay relevant for the next few weeks. Stay with me.

Depending on how these stocks react, Mark & I will assess if they'll be contenders for an Aftermath trade. I've been dropping Easter Eggs on what Aftermath trades are all last week when I hosted an exclusive class for the Closers on how to trade them. 

Simply put, if a stock has an insane reaction post earnings it will usually continue that way for weeks. Laser-focus on the word usually, because you need to assess the surroundings of where price is to determine whether or not there will be momentum.

We took two official Aftermath trades after the class and bagged over 50% in SNAP & BMY. One bullish chart, one bearish chart, both promising results in the same week.

I can't wait for earnings to give us some FRESH TRADES going into next week. In the meantime, we'll execute our smaller bets ahead of the move as well.

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Next up, Mark’s got some piping hot TLT tea!

Market Moves Spotlight 

By Mark Sebastian

The market is probably going to move higher this week.

For starters, after a bad month, the market is going to have a pause in selling without a catalyst. Until CPI next week, I don’t see any major catalyst.

But the other reason it can go up is that rates have stabilized:

TLT, a good representation of the long bond, rallied the last two days. If rates are no longer going up, that takes pressure off the equities market.

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Always be closing,

Olivia Voz and Mark Sebastian