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How To Buy Top Breakout Stocks On A Pullback

|Includes: Yelp (YELP)

On August 21, 2013, we bought Yelp, Inc. ($YELP) in The Wagner Daily newsletter, as it pulled back to near-term support after a massive breakout.

Since then, shares of $YELP have zoomed to an unrealized share price gain of 24.8% (from our entry point through the close of September 10), and we continue to hold the stock in anticipation of further gains.

In the educational 5-minute swing trading strategy video below, we walk you step-by-step through the objective technical analysis that prompted us to buy $YELP, currently one of the strongest stocks in the NASDAQ.

Specifically, you will learn a low-risk way to buy a stock that forms a bullish reversal pattern after pulling back to near-term support of its 20-day exponential moving average.

View the video: How To Buy Top Breakout Stocks On A Pullback

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