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The AlphaProfit Sector Newsletter’s Stock Searchlight feature is enabling several subscribers to earn spectacular returns from individual stocks with little effort, month after month. Here are some examples of recent recommendations and their results:

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We provide specific buy, sell, and stop-loss targets for each of the stocks recommended in Stock Searchlight. To use these recommendations, here is all you have to do when you receive the Monthly Report:

1) Go into your brokerage account and buy the featured stock if the stock price is lower than the recommended buy-below price.

If the current price is higher, place a limit order to buy the stock if the buy-below price is reached. Most brokerage accounts offer e-mail alerts that you can set to be notified if the buy-below price is reached. You will be notified when your order is filled.

2) Once you have purchased the stock, place limit orders for both sale and stop-loss based on recommended prices.

If the stock price rises, the sell order will be triggered and you will net a cool profit. If the stock price declines, the stop-loss order will kick in to limit your losses.

 

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The AlphaProfit Sector Newsletter’s Stock Searchlight feature is enabling several subscribers to earn spectacular returns from individual stocks with little effort, month after month. Here are some examples of recent recommendations and their results:


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