Trading the VWAP is understanding the idea of when to buy a stock.

If it consolidates along the line, you start to think about selling.

But this doesn’t mean you should wait for me to pull up a chart and tell you to do so.

Case in point, look what happened yesterday for NVIDIA before markets opened yesterday…


If you had woken up, pulled up charts on earnings reports and saw NVIDIA breaking VWAP, you would have seen it trying to break the VWAP, or it’s range, before markets opened.

What does this mean?

It means we’re getting a lot more buyers than sellers on the stock.

But Kenny, I heard that NVIDIA missed on earnings.

So what?

The stock was down from the previous day’s open.

But the market didn’t care.

In fact, when markets opened, the stock shot right back up the the previous multi-day and then sold off a little again.

It handed you a quick profit on a platter.

But it didn’t stop there.

Followers of NVIDIA who might have missed the initial move had a chance later that day to see the stock come back to the VWAP, and buy there.

From there on the stock shot up way past initial expectations and those that were in either in options or stocks were able to get out at a nice exit.


It’s all in the power of trading the VWAP…

And listening to what I have to say.

If you have any questions on what the VWAP is, how to trade it, or what I’m talking about…

Click here now to understand the basics of the VWAP.


Kenny “The Warlock” Glick


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