Heres How I 'Doubled Up' On Under Armour…

When it comes to the stock market, there are a handful of names that everybody knows, loves and wants to own.

Im talking about household names like Apple Inc. (AAPL), Boeing Co. (BA), and McDonalds Corp. (MCD).

These are stocks you can buy and practically forget about because their returns are so dependable.

As I write, Apples up 24% in the last year.

Boeings boasting a return of 95% over the same period.

And McDonalds is cooking with a 12% gain in the last twelve months.

But what if I told you that the stocks that can hand you the biggest and fastest gains are actually the markets most hated stocks

Im talking about the stocks that NO ONE wants to own.

I know it sounds nuts

But Ive been playing these stocks to the tune of huge profits reliably for the last decade.

In fact, if youre a longtime subscriber of one of my premium services youre doing it, too!

For example, if youre a Dollar Trade Club member, youll recall we closed out a monster 43% gain on Under Armour last week in just under two months. (And we booked a 116% on a UA options trade.)

But heres what you might not know

When we scooped up these shares, no one wanted to go near them.

The stock was down some 60% from its high in 2016.

And short sellers were pilling on just as fast as they could.

Heres the thing

Thats just when you WANT to own a stock like Under Armour.

I mean, Under Armour is a premiere athletic apparel company. Winners wear their stuff.

The negativity around this stock wasnt bound to last.

Sure enough, when everyone got on one side of the trade (the downside) the stock shot up like a rocket!

But of course, this strategy isnt for everyone.

It takes a pretty strong stomach to put on trades like these.

That said, the payoff potential is HUGE.

We did the same thing with Brazilian oil driller Petrobras (PBR) buying them at the bottom in early January when the short sellers couldnt get short fast enough.

The company was reeling from a major corruption scandal.

And just a few months later, oil rallied and stock soared.

We cashed out with a 50% winner.


Trading hated stocks like these is my bread and butter.

And now Im sharing every detail of my strategy.

If you choose to go further, youll learn how to collect $11,000 from a company thats hated by its own customers

$21,945 from a biotech firm that was bleeding cash

Or even $15,315 from a company whose top executives were arrested

Heck, you may never want to trade a darling stock again!

I wouldnt blame you, either.

These stocks are often cheap as hell, undervalued by nearly everyone, and poised to pop!

This article originally appeared on The Daily Reckoning.

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