How to Make Money From Wall Street’s Secret Market

Wall Street is a very secretive place.

It’s almost like a secret society that begs you not to lift the covers.

Most people think that Wall Street opens at 9:30 a.m. and closes at 4 p.m.

Most people are misinformed.

The Wall Street elites want to keep it that way.

Why not? They get to profit before you even finish your first cup of coffee.

Case in point, this week I recommended a play on Peloton Interactive (Nasdaq: PTON) – you know, the exercise bike company made ultra-famous by the pandemic as a stay-at-home play.

At the beginning of the year, shares soared into the triple digits, hitting highs of $171 at one point.

Then, a couple of weeks ago, the company reported lower-than-expected sales and profit figures after the combination of a return to outdoor recreation, supply chain issues and a treadmill recall hit the company hard.

How hard?

 

Well, the shares plunged all the way below $50.

That’s more than a fumble – that’s like getting shut out in the Super Bowl!

Then, while most retail investors were still asleep, the company issued a statement before the market opened.

It was selling shares in a secondary offering.

Here’s what I said in The War Room…

Karim R. 11/16/2021 at 9:15 a.m.
PTON – offering shares – ordinarily, this would be a not-so-good thing – and the market took it down $3 in the preopen. But I think it’s a really good thing, and PTON should rally today.

Here’s how it turned out…

Fabrice K. 11/16/2021 at 11:40 a.m.
STC PTON 20211119 51C at $2.90, in at $0.97 for a 298 % gain, 2 contracts… Huge thx to Karim (& Emmanuelle).

Gary M. 11/16/2021 at 11:35 a.m.
Grabbed some PTON 11/19 52C at $1.28 less than an hour ago. Them boys up 75% already.

Nina C. 11/16/2021 at 9:43 a.m.
PTON… in at $1… out at $1.49… Thanks for the heads-up!!

You see, buried in the small print of this secondary offering was this key fact…

Peloton was not really selling shares on the open market.

Instead, a big institution made an offer to buy more than $1 billion worth of shares from Peloton.

That is nothing short of bullish, and that is why I expected the shares to take off.

In The War Room, we have the luxury of experience.

Since we open our doors before the market opens, I can tell members about upcoming actions before 9:30.

Wall Street actually opens as early as 4 a.m. for some traders – you just have to know where to look.

The institutional buyers were expecting everyone to start trading after the open, long after they’d already established a position.

They were wrong.

War Room members were in the know well before the opening bell was rung, ready to act as soon as the market opened, during the confusion. And in fact we were ready even before the market opened, when Peloton was still down.

That day, Peloton shares jumped more than $10 from their premarket low, and our members were along for the entire ride.

Action Plan: Tired of missing out on these killer plays? Wish you were in the know before the market opens? It’s time you joined us and hit the big gains that most retail investors miss out on.

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