Hey, Ross here:
It’s the last trading day of the week – and it’s been a good one.
So let’s look at a chart showing just how drastically small-cap stocks have reversed direction.
Chart of the Day
Less than 50 days ago, the small-cap Russell 2000 index was at a 52-week low.
Yesterday, it closed at a 52- week high.
And as you can see by the price action, it also “gapped up” big – indicating very strong momentum on its side.
Small-cap stocks are making big moves – moves you don’t want to miss.
Insight of the Day
When an entire index is in a strong breakout, you can be sure individual stocks within that index are making even bigger moves.
The Russell 2000 index is breaking out – and it’s doing so on volumes not seen in over a year.
This means individual stocks within the index are making even bigger moves – moves we can take advantage of.
We saw a similar situation like this back from May to July this year…
Only this time, the Fed-fueled momentum is even stronger – and the gains could be even bigger.
The price action tells me the “smart money” is already jumping in…
Embrace the surge,
Editor, Stock Surge Daily