How to Play Eight Potential Breakout Stocks

This week will find me traveling a few days, so my trading will be a bit thinner as I don't always feel comfortable having new, open positions in play while on the move. After you've traded a position for a few weeks or simply held a stock, you develop a better understanding and higher comfort level leaving it on its own. It's almost like having children. The first time you leave them, you generally don't want to be gone long at all. The more often you leave, the more comfortable you become at staying away longer. That being said, I'll still maintain a watchlist and continue with daily scans.

The scan that caught my attention most was one I set up searching for breakouts from consolidations/squeezes plays. The list was longer than I've seen it in some time, so I plucked my favorite eight setups to share, so folks can watch them on their own and possibly jump on any of these that continue the initial breakout triggered this morning....205 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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