11/17 The Next Squeeze
After TSLA, a new one emerges
IV. Analysis and Commentary
WIZ CHARTS CHAT
It was great to get the squeeze right on TSLA, today, I will be focusing in on the next one with the most potential.
Additionally, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. I am incredibly grateful for this tribe and stunned at how fast and big we have grown. It is full of great people and a great community and I hope you know I think about you all and am rooting for your success.
Most funds shutter down for the next week or so. I will be following suit of that as well, taking most of next week off. Probably a mid-week post just looking at updates. The chats will still function normally and run each day.
I will be back in full force come Monday, November 27th, ready to kick some ass once again and have this tribe go on a TEAR for December with the maximum amount of WIZ BIZ. The rest has been good and I can feel these old bones rejuvenating and ready to really plunder and pillage and cast some wicked spells.
Mark your calendars and be ready to be locked in, because we will be moving like lightning.
Pictured: Merlin celebrating Thanksgiving with the Beaver, honoring it with a sacrifice.
I hope you all are able to take some time over this next week. That you are able to express gratitude for your life and loved ones. That you know that I love you and am with you. Happy Thanksgiving Tribe, I hope you all take care and are well.
I also take serious pride in this being an affordable educational site. I am adding a veteran discount on top of adding student discounts to subscriptions.
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If you enjoy the stack, make sure to like this post, restack, retweet, subscribe to the tribe. It goes a long way and I think 95% of those that upgrade will say they’ve seen their trading improve incredibly. But enough of the biz, let’s get down to wiz.
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