The Squeeze Trade
If you haven't visited our "What's A Squeeze?" page
yet, be sure to check it out to learn how this
powerful trade indicator works.
TSLA day trade 5 minute chart
FB day trade using a 5 minute chart
AMD swing trade using a daily timeframe chart
AAPL swing trade using a daily cahrt, buy in price and maximum prices shown
LOGI monthly chart trade setup
The Investor
Not only does the squeeze trade work for short
term timeframes such as day trades and swing
trades, it can also be a powerful indicator of when
the best time to invest is.

The longer the timeframe, the rarer and more
powerful the squeeze indicator becomes. Daily
squeeze indicators on stocks happen a few times a
year, meanwhile, monthly squeeze indicators
happen once every 4-5 years for stocks. But when
they happen, the profit taking opportunities can
be huge.

Investors can use monthly squeezes to their
advantage by placing their money in the right
place at the right time. And when the squeeze
runs out of steam? Simply close out the position
and put your investment into another stock that's
freshly firing off a monthly squeeze.

The Day Trader
We've seen the power of the squeeze on long
timeframes, but what about those who want to
generate income and cash flow with faster more
fluid trades?

After all, chances are you aren't a huge bank or
hedge fund, so whether you've realized it or not,
your greatest weapon in the stock market is your
ability to enter and exit trades without influencing

Think about it. A large fund trying to buy or sell
millions of shares of stock has to do so in small
chunks separated by waiting periods. They can't
buy or sell all at once because doing so will either
crash the price of a ETF or it will show their hand
to the rest of the world (at least to those people
who know where to look). And in the stock
market, much like in poker, you never want to
show the cards you're holding until it's the right

Your biggest advantage as a trader is your ability
to enter and exit trades unseen. You are like a
large jungle cat stalking his prey, waiting for the
right time to strike. And that's where the squeeze
comes in. Applied to smaller timeframes such as
the 1 minute or 5 minute charts we see here, the
small trader can get into a trade at the most
opportune moment, taking his profits and
disappearing not moments later.

The Swing Trader
You don't have time to watch the markets 24/7, but you also don't have the patience to invest in a stock and
wait by idly for months or years while it grinds its way up, so you put in trades based off stock trends and take
them off hours, days, or even weeks later. This is an effective strategy to increase your profits by moving your
money around more frequently to those areas of the market which bear the most fruit. It also reduces your risk
of loss, as one of the largest mistakes new traders make is overtrading. Luckily the squeeze trade is by far the
most effective when utilized on weekly or daily charts. Market Prowler members receive an exclusive
newsletter where we outline freshly fired off squeeze trades for both daily and weekly stocks. It can be
cumbersome to sit and find the right trade for the next few days or even the next few weeks. Market Prowler
makes this process easy by sifting through thousands of stocks to find those that have the most effective
squeeze trades firing off. We put in the time and bring this information straight to your fingertips every week.
We do all of the heavy lifting. We’ll find the charts, you pick your trades.

INTC swing trade using a weekly chart, with our buy in price and maximum price
GLD swing trade using a weekly chart, we shorted the stock here

This Logitech Trade indicated a squeeze signal at $7.03, trading up to a maximum value of $16.77 over
the course of 11 months. That's 239% gain for the year. Talk about effective investment strategy.
Meanwhile mutual funds and indexes are scrambling to try get 8% returns to investors. Market Prowler
members will receive a weekly newsletter detailing which stocks fired off monthly squeezes. This
valuable information in combination with your personal investment skills will allow you to make smarter
and more profitable choices.

Market Prowler's weekly newsletter will equip a day trader with a comprehensive list of some of the
most popularly day traded stocks, as well as weekly updates with key Pivot Points for these stocks. This
list will allow day traders to choose which squeeze indicators they take trades on, and which ones they
ignore. Not all squeezes were created equal, and when attempting this technique in faster timeframes a
trader must constantly be aware of the trend so as not to go against it. Remember, the trend is your
friend. With Market Prowler vigilantly watching the markets for you, you'll never again have to worry
about taking a trade against the current.

Have you learned about Pivot Points yet?
If you haven't visited our "What's A Pivot?" page
yet, or viewed our Pivot Trade examples, be sure
to check them out!
Market Prowler Members
The examples found on this page serve an critical role in illustrating the profit potential of squeeze trades. Even if
you are trading using other setups, it is absolutely crucial to know if a squeeze is firing off on the daily, weekly, or
monthly chart in order to not initiate a position that's 'fighting' the squeeze. When a squeeze occurs all other bets
are off and your greatest chance of success is taking trade opportunities that go with the squeeze. Market Prowler
Members receive a weekly newsletter with stock scans showing freshly fired off squeezes in stocks across varying
price ranges and time frames. With the information provided to you in Market Prowler you'll never find yourself on
the wrong side of a squeeze again.
The Intelligent Trader
To learn more about basic and advanced uses of Squeeze Trades
check out The Intelligent Trader, which is a book that covers
both this trade setup and many more in depth. This book takes
readers from the beginer level all the way up to the professional
technical analyst level step by step with easy to follow lessons
and examples.
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