US Stock of the Day - Understanding How it Works

US Stock of the Day is for traders who are looking for a US Stock to trade each day. I base my picks on US Stocks I follow on the Nasdaq, Dow, S&P and other indices such as the Russell 1000, etc., watching for a swing in the momentum upward. I keep a tight stop loss on all trades to minimize my risk... and allow the great stock trades to continue rising. These are not recommendations... merely entertainment. Please see the warning at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me @ For a Canadian stock of the Day, look at Also, you may not be a short-term trader... for more stable, longer-term trades, check out

Friday, January 27, 2012


So, I've decided to shift the focus a little going forward due to the tremendous success I'm having at Invest in the Markets. Take a look at some of the current results right now:

Weekend Investor Newsletter
- Agriculture stock - up 15.6%
- Oil and Gas stock - up 8.8%
- Gold position - up 7.2%
- Computer Software/Services - up 16.7%

There are several others... and Weekend Investor Newsletter subscribers are profiting on a consistent basis.

Evening Investor Strategy
- I've taken 10 stocks and created evening moves for each stock... all public, all real time so you know they're authentic. The goal = 10% cumulative in 2 months time.
- So far, the trades we've completed total 16.9% profit, with several large positions still open.

You can check out the Evening Investor Strategy 10 for 10 live!

So, what am I going to do here? Well, I'm going to share quick alerts to stocks along the way that I simply can't fit in at Invest in the Markets or they aren't a part of the regular stock alerts I'm already doing. For example, last week, I traded PPY.A.TO - I alerted people through Twitter (@DoctorStock) and made over 10% in 2 days.

Right now, here's a stock you need to keep your eye on: Heckmann (HEK) which is at a 52 week low due to the natural gas prices deflating lately. Watch for the rise... and when it does, I'll be jumping on the wave upward.

So, check back every couple of days for brief snapshot updates of what's on my radar.  For example, did you know that Greece has a population of only 11 Million? Their total GDP is smaller than Google's market cap... so relax everyone, they are only a sign of bigger issues, but perhaps we'll have to lose a few small ones like this to keep the ones that really matter!

Cheers, see you later this weekend!

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