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Thanks for the info. You really go into depth with this service. It seems like a great opportunity and a wonderful program to be a part of. I have been looking into trading and doing some research trying to see how it all works and what benefits it will bring to me. I have heard a lot of great things about it and think I will be getting into it sometime soon.
That’s great, Angelina! Just keep in mind that trading is a lot more difficult to master than most people initially expect. It takes a ton of hard work, dedication, and cultivation of the proper mindset, but yes, it can certainly produce a great deal of benefits over time. Kyle Dennis is one of the best and most transparent traders and teachers out there, and his programs provide a great deal of value to any individual willing to put the work in to achieve self-sufficiency and consistent profit in the markets. Take care!
I’ve always wanted to learn about stocks. I got to be honest though, I don’t know if I’d be comfortable profiting off of the sick. You made it simple to understand which is great for someone like me who is just learning about biotech stocks. I bookmarked the page. This is great advice. I’m going to be following Kyle’s blog now.
As someone new to investing, this seems somewhat intimidating. But at the same time, who doesn’t want to get returns like Kyle?!?!
Do you think this program is something a newbie to investing can wrap their head around? What does the learning curve look like?
If this isn’t the best place to start out, what would be your recommended first steps before moving to a program like this?
Thanks for any guidance you can provide!
I think Kyle’s Biotech Catalyst Swing Trading strategy is beginner-friendly and a fairly easy concept to understand, but that doesn’t mean trading overall is easy. To get to Kyle’s level of profits and consistency, it takes quite a bit of hard work and experience. He makes money using multiple strategies or “profit buckets” as he likes to call them, which include day and swing trading both stocks and options across many sectors. Sometimes certain strategies work better than others depending on various conditions in the market, so he’ll focus on the ones that work best at any given time. His services are a great place to start thanks to all of the free education he provides.
Its exciting to know that we are at an age where the technology is possible to do things like cure cancer ( possibly) but I believe it. I also believe that there is a lot of money to be made in these stocks. I don’t know how to wrap my hear around figuring out which stocks to buy or how to buy, or mainly who to trust. But from how you explained this program, I feel like Kyle Dennis will be able to translate to me, how to make the right choices in where I put my money in regards to biotech trading. With results potentially happening within weeks – sign me up! I would very much so like to cash in on this multi-million dollar opportunity!
Hi Sophia – it’s definitely hard to figure out who to trust in the stock trading space, but Kyle Dennis is one of the best mentors out there. There will always be detractors and naysayers for anyone running a service like this – that’s just the reality of it. But there’s no better trader/teacher combination out there right now in my opinion. Best of all is that he shares 100% of his Biotech Catalyst Swing Trading strategy for free within multiple webinars on his Blog and through his E-Book.
You won’t find many other individuals providing this amount of value for free to anyone willing to consume it. Then if you want to take your knowledge and skills to the next level, he offers a completely transparent mentorship service called Nucleus. During the day, he trades live (various strategies), runs Q&A sessions, teaches lessons, and live streams his E-Trade account. There’s no hiding behind any bad trades, good or bad. They’re all out in the open. Overall, it takes much more hard work and dedication to become a consistently profitable trader than most people realize, but there aren’t many other services out there that can measure up to BiotechBreakouts in terms of quality education and mentorship.
The best? Really? Being on his trial program I asked him number of questions and didn’t get a single proper response. Well obviously his support team is just people who knows nothing (unless you count this as a valid response: “Kyle is busy or travelling and has hundreds of clients”)…. Also I’ve been receiving his emails/recommendations for a couple of weeks and I’d say a) he didn’t get any reasons (except some catalyst dates in future) to enter the trades; b) many and I repeat many of his recommendations went wrong.
I do think he’s one of the best stock trading mentors out there, but he does have quite a bit of members. For that reason, he has a support team that filters through and answers most of his emails concerning website access, billing, and other support issues, but any questions pertaining to stock trading itself, Kyle Dennis should definitely be answering himself (in my opinion). If you don’t mind sharing, what were some of the questions you were looking for answers to and receiving those responses for? His best mentorship and training comes within his Nucleus program, which provides direct access to him through the chat room and a live stream of his accounts. As unfortunate as it sounds, I’m sure he prioritizes direct support to subscribers of that program.
As far as the recommendations go, which ones are you referring to? His daily watch lists contain a handful of tickers (10-20) with upcoming catalysts about a month or two away. They’re not necessarily recommendations to buy, but simply to watch and do your own background research on. Then create your plan based on his teachings and execute trades that you’re comfortable with. He doesn’t recommend that anyone blindly follow him into trades based on alerts, but rather do their own research and enter/exit trades at their own discretion. He personally has losing trades from time to time (and so will any trader), but proper risk management and discipline helps mitigate the losses. Sometimes the market isn’t all that conducive to swing trading, so a small sample size might not be the best reflection of his overall results. Recently (the past couple weeks), I’ve seen that he’s been day trading quite a bit and limiting his swing trading with all the volatility in the markets.
Kyle Dennis is a name that I’ve come across before. Actually, I’ve visited your site before and read about his story. It’s pretty inspiring and makes me want to instantly dive into biotech catalyst trading. It’s clearly a great field of opportunity if you know what you’re doing. The profit rates are relatively high and Kyle offers great guidance.
You’re exactly right, Tyler. Kyle’s been able to capitalize on profitable opportunities in the market over the last five years, and Biotech Catalyst Trading is one of his most effective strategies. The concept is truthfully rather simple, but it works over-and-over again. His catalyst-driven approach can actually be applied to stocks within any sector, but the biotech industry is one of the best due to the constant flow of drugs having to go through a specific approval process. This creates run-up opportunities into pharmaceutical conferences and data releases that can generate healthy returns for those who do the proper research and enter at the right times leading up to the events. He now implements multiple strategies within his overall approach that includes more than just biotech stocks, but this is his “bread and butter” strategy that he shares through his FDA Insider Alerts program.
This is an amazing article on Biotech Breakouts. I am new to the concept of swing trading, however, I think anyone would be interested in numbers like 20,000% ROI! You’d be crazy not to be interested in returns like that. Would you suggest Biotech Breakouts as an entry level trading program or would you recommend something else for someone starting out?
Hi Tiffany – I certainly think that the programs Kyle Dennis offers at Biotech Breakouts are effective for beginners (especially, The Nucleus), but I understand that cost and skepticism are a factor for most potential subscribers.
That’s why I think those with even a minor interest in what he has to offer should check out his Biotech Breakouts Blog first. Within it, he shares a ton of valuable educational information on trading concepts and even the particulars of some of his strategies completely free. He probably shares more free material on his approach than any other trader with a mentorship program out there. It’s probably not a financially smart move for him to do, but he actually wants to help people no matter what position they’re in – just starting out or even trading for a while with various levels of success. I think everyone has something they could learn from him and it’s refreshing to see someone with his level of trading success sharing high-quality information at no cost.
It seems like Biotechbreakouts is a trustworthy service. I read your article and checked the website and I really got motivatated in starting a trading carreer, too. I did some trading in the past, but I never had the courage to trade with my own money. I was too scared to lose it. As Kyle Dennis says: You need a good mentor to be successful. The next time maybe I should try trading with a mentor like Kyle at Biotechbreakouts to overcome my fear and become good at trading. Thank you.
Hi Sergej – Kyle Dennis’ Success Story is certainly motivating. He’s only in his mid-20’s and well on his way to $4 million in cumulative trading profits. He’s also one of the best mentors out there, and there’s no doubt that quality mentors are critical to each individual trader’s success. Sure, you can go out and learn tons of information on your own, but you’ll have to weed out a lot of bad information and learn tough (expensive) lessons in the process. Most of the time, it’s best to learn from someone who has already been where you are, figured it out, and is willing to pass that knowledge and experience on to you.
That’s not to say that every subscriber will be successful – there’s no guarantee of that. Kyle can’t control how much time and work everybody puts into studying his lessons and applying them. But the reality is that the success rate of members skyrockets when they have the right mindset, are willing to learn, and constantly strive to improve their approach. There’s no secret formula to making money trading stocks. but the profitable ones will tell you it boils down to education, guidance, and discipline. Paper Trading is always a great place to build confidence and experience before risking real money. Take care!
Thanks for providing valuable knowledge. I used to invest in day trading services and tips provided by brokers or agents, but 60% of tips and alerts never worked, and as a result, I had lost too much money. Now I understand that rather than relying on the tips/alerts, one must be equipped with the proper training and knowledge.
Hi Arun – that’s exactly right. There’s so much more to trading than receiving some “hot alerts” or “hot tips”. It really takes a sound understanding of concepts like risk vs. reward, stop losses, position sizing, etc. in order to make smart choices for your own portfolio. The success of various trades/investments also depends on your own risk tolerance, personality, portfolio size, schedule, and preferences. For example, a stock that might be a great day trade (hold time of a day or less) might be an atrocious long-term investment, and vice versa. And if you don’t have the availability or desire to monitor the markets on a consistent basis, then day trading is most likely out of the question.
If you’re receiving short-term trade alerts and trying to act upon them without the availability to do so, then it’s just not going to work out. And even so, if you decide you want to follow somebody else into a trade, you have to have your own trade plan for it (exit strategy) and be responsible for the outcome. Never rely solely on alerts. There are just so many factors that need to be considered and there’s no “one-size-fit-all” trading strategy for everybody. Learning how to find opportunities and execute on them on your own is the ultimate value. Self-sufficiency should be every trader’s top priority. In the end, education and mentorship is the only route that will lead to consistent success over time.
At my age 64 years old, my nerves can’t take the ups and downs of the Biotech sector. I am already a member in what I consider a very good stock advisor company. I have several positions in safe Bonds and Dividend Stocks. If I would have known at the age of thirty what I know now, I would have joined Biotech Breakouts. and no doubt made a lot of money.
Hi Wayne. If you don’t mind me asking – what’s the stock advisor company you’re currently a part of? Just curious
This review was very informative, especially for someone unfamiliar with the trading world (particularly, biotechnology). When I look at the biotech sector’s success, it becomes obvious that there is a science to the process.
The information you provided was insightful to me, as I’ve pondered testing the waters of stock trading. Admittedly, I’m not at the level of understanding Kyle Dennis’ strategy that you explained thoroughly.
What was most meaningful was process used:
-Following trends and chart patterns
-Following breakthrough technologies
-Targeting the structured drug approach (phase 1, 2, 3, etc.)