See every trade we take within our Discord Server. Notifications are sent to your desktop or mobile device by the Discord app. Alerts include our specific entry, a buy zone, profit targets and our stop loss. At the end of each week we comment on how we traded the market.
Within the Discord, we alert Day Trades, Swing Trades and Scalp Trades. We have separate channels for each type of trade, to bring clarity for you! Will and Tommy (our 2 traders) take trades and post their ideas and throughs daily for you to view.
Day Trade Alerts
Day trading alerts can be found in the dedicated “Day Trades” channel within the Discord. Every day trading alert provides a price we are entering below, along with a stop loss and profit targets.
As the profit targets are hit, we tick them off to show confirmation.
A chart is always provided, as it helps to bring clarity to why we’re entering a trade. For instance, in the image on the left. Will (one of our traders) alerted $OXY as a day trade. He identified the pattern as an inverse head and shoulders pattern and played the stock accordingly.
The trade ended up running from $54.40 to $56.60 for a swift 4.00% trade.
Swing Trade Alerts
Swing trading alerts can be found in the dedicated “Swing Trades” channel within the Discord. Similar to our day trading alerts, swing trading includes the same information and an additional “Hold time” prediction.
The amount of time estimated can vary depending on how big of a move is predicted. Typically, swing trades take 2 weeks to hit the first profit target, but anything can happen in the stock market… some swing trade profit targets can be hit the day of alert.
Our scalp trading alerts can be found in the dedicated “Scalping Alerts” channel within the Discord. These alerts are fast paced, meaning when one of our Traders alert a stock as a scalp they will be alerting their every move.
An exact entry is always given along with a stop loss and profit targets. As the trade runs our traders alert what they are doing in terms of their position.
For instance, Tommy (another one of our traders) alerts he took a position in $VIVK at $3.80. His stop loss was at $3.67 and also gave a profit of $4.10 for the trade. As the trade runs, he states “taking half”, meaning he sold 50% of his shares at the first profit target.
The trade ended up running from $3.80 to $4.50 for a victorious +15.52% trade.