Another Serving of Turbo-Charged Breakouts

On Monday I listed a number of stocks that had either broken out recently or were about to do so. If you work down Monday's list, the majority of them have since broken higher because the many factors that need be in place are aligned right now. Of those that haven't, those factors are still lined up correctly.

The one stock I highlighted as an example on Monday was Estee Lauder (EL), which happened to break out that very day (which is where I bought it), and proceeded to push much higher. Already, in the two days since the mention, the stock has risen 4.5%. Again, these breakouts are working because they are breakouts of multiple swing points across multiple time frames, and are being supported by their specific sectors and by the general market. Those are the key ingredients....446 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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