Here at Wealth Daily, we’re in the business of finding the next big thing…
The next sector to short before a crash… The next wonder-drug to get FDA approval… The next economic event that will send metals higher.
These are all catalysts for superb money-making opportunities. And the editors here make it their mission to find the next catalyst in their area of expertise before anyone else does.
Options. Biotech. Gold. Energy.
We have experts covering these niche sectors in great detail. Each knows what makes his sector move; what start-ups to look out for; what news makes companies in his universe respond.
We use that expertise to find the next big thing for our readers — the next single play that could quickly double your money or better.
And we produce those big winners frequently. That’s why our loyal readership numbers in the hundreds of thousands… and growing. That’s why millions of people — including brokers and analysts — constantly browse these pages for tips and insights.
Ways to Make Money
When you focus on a specific sector — or on a particular style of analysis — for any extended period of time, you find different ways to make money in the short term.
You can trade the news, play volume, bet on earnings, follow insiders, etc.
These are the things we look at in order to make money for our readers.
And one of the things we’ve had great success with recently is playing exchanges.
Here’s what I mean…
Stocks trade on different exchanges. There are junior exchanges, like the Bulletin Board and the Pink Sheets. And there are senior exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ, no longer considered an acronym.
History has shown that when a company moves from a junior exchange to a senior one, steep gains are just around the corner.
This is because moving to a senior exchange allows institutional investors to purchase large quantities, thereby driving up volume and value.
Take Unilife Corp. (NASDAQ: UNIS), for example, which traded on the Pink Sheets until the middle of February.
My colleague, Christian DeHaemer, recognized this stock made a unique medical device with a huge market — something institutional buyers would be interested in — and that it was going to jump to the NASDAQ.
So on January 7, more than a month before the exchange switch, Christian recommended purchasing Unilife to readers of Crisis & Opportunity.
Those now-wealthier readers got in at $0.85, which became $5.10 after a six to one consolidation necessary to list on the NASDAQ (.85 x 6 = 5.10).
And on February 17, the day after switching exchanges, the stock popped to $17.90 as institutional buyers rushed in.
Christian’s readers walked away with 251% — in just a month. (Read his newest Crisis & Opportunity right here.)
Rinse and Repeat
With more than a dozen stock advisory services, events like the one I just described happen all the time.
I recently doubled readers’ money in two days by recommending a nuclear stock before a local Planning & Zoning meeting, for which I suspected there would be a favorable outcome.
… There was.
That’s what you get when you take advice from an expert in a small sector of the market. Specialization is key.
My latest play was found the same way. And it has a story similar to Unilife.
The company is called Cereplast Inc. (OTCBB: CERPD), and it’s about to move to a senior exchange.
Now, I got readers in at $0.11. That price is now $4.40 after a 40 to one consolidation necessary to move exchanges.
The stock hasn’t even moved to the NASDAQ yet, but it’s up to $5.50 on the consolidation news alone — and my readers are already up 30%.
And things are about to heat up.
You see, this company makes a plastic resins that use 50% less petroleum. It can be used in various applications, from disposable products and packaging to medical devices and injection molding.
So they can provide a feedstock for plastics — the most widely used material in the world — that isn’t reliant on oil… and that’s price doesn’t increase with oil’s wild swings.
It’s The Graduate all over again.
And investors are getting giddy already. The stock is up 40% since late January, when I first heard the exchange-switch rumors:
You’ll want to get in before the stock makes the jump. Because just like Unilife, big investors are going to want this stock. It’s already lining up major deals for its plastic — one to provide 3D glasses for hundred-billion dollar films like Avatar and Alice in Wonderland.
When the stock goes to $10 after it moves exchanges, remember you heard it from a Wealth Daily analyst first.
Call it like you see it,
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