Vince Stanzione tips Alcoa (NYSE:AA) for 2016 50%+ upside

Alcoa Inc (NYSE:AA) produces and manages primary and fabricated aluminium, and alumina worldwide. The engineered segment offers titanium, alloy, aluminium castings, fasteners, wheels, architectural extrusions, forgings and hard alloy extrusions. Its products are used in transportation on air, land and sea; packaging; building and construction; oil and gas; defence; consumer electronics; brazing; power generation; and industrial applications.

Alcoa has been a terrible investment in recent years; the stock is down 40% in 2015 and down from $40 in 2008 to around the current $9, so why would you consider buying this zombie stock? Well Alcoa is due to spin off its manufacturing business in the second half of 2016 and I believe the company is approaching a point where it will be re-rated. A full outline is available on the company’s website.

What we have is the old Alcoa, which frankly is still going to struggle but may have a small bounce, and the new higher margin business, which has good potential and will attract new investors. At $9 I can see this stock move up by 50%, remember you will end up with two shares. If you spread-bet the stock the financial bookmaker will adjust the bet for the spin off so you will end up with a bet on Alcoa and a bet on the new spin-off company. The plan is the two parts will be worth more than the whole.

This is a fairly contrarian investment but the higher-margin aerospace business looks like an unloved gem and of course I’d recommend only using risk capital and be ready to hold for 12 months.

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Making Money Financial Trading – What we can learn from Losing Traders

Here is a new video from Millionaire Trader Vince Stanzione taken from Making Money From Financial Spread Trading 2015 edition. To find out more please go to

What losing traders do – What I learnt being a Broker

I have been trading futures, options and equities for around 29years. As well as trading my own money I have traded money for banks and I have been a broker for private clients. Over the years I have been fascinated to discover the difference between winners and losers in this business.

Try to learn from the points I am about to give you.

1. Many traders trade without a plan. They do not define specific risk and profit objectives before trading. Even if they establish a plan, they “second guess” it and don’t stick to it, particularly if the trade is a loss. Consequently, they over trade and use their equity to the limit (are undercapitalised), which puts them in a squeeze and forces them to liquidate positions. Usually, they liquidate the good trades and keep the bad ones.

2. Many traders don’t realise the news they hear and read has, in many cases, already been discounted by the market. Often, new traders jump into a market based on a story in the morning paper; the market many times has already discounted the information.

3. After several profitable trades, many speculators become wild and un-conservative. They base their trades on hunches and long shots, rather than sound fundamental and technical reasoning, or put their money into one deal that “can’t fail.”

4. Traders often try to carry too big a position with too little capital, and trade too frequently for the size of the account.

5. They fail to predefine risk, add to a losing position, and fail to use stops.

6. They frequently have a directional bias; for example, always wanting to be long. A good trader should be happy to trade up or down.

7. Lack of experience in the market causes many traders to become emotionally and/or financially committed to one trade, and unwilling or unable to take a loss. They may be unable to admit they have made a mistake.

8. They over trade. Many new traders after opening a betting account are like a child with a new toy. They want to trade anything and everything. The new internet dealing offered by most bookmakers has made it even worse.

9. Many traders can’t (or don’t) take the small losses. They often stick with a losing trade until it really hurts, then take the loss. This is an undisciplined approach…a trader needs to develop and stick with a system. If you are following charts and a trendline or moving average is broken, you must stick to your rules

“All through time, people have basically acted and re-acted the same way in the market as a result of: greed, fear, ignorance, and hope.
That is why formations and patterns re-occur on a constant basis.”
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10. Many traders break a cardinal rule: “Cut losses short. Let profits run.” Emotion makes many traders hold a losing trade too long. Many traders don’t discipline themselves to take small losses and big gains.

11. Many people trade with their hearts instead of their heads. For some traders, adversity (or success) distorts judgment. That’s why they should h

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ave a plan first, and stick to it.

12. Greed causes some traders to allow profits to dwindle into losses while hoping for larger profits. This is really a lack of discipline. Also, having too many trades on at one time and over-trading for the amount of capital involved can stem from greed.

13. Trading against the trend, especially without reasonable stops, and insufficient capital to trade with and/or improper money management are major causes of large losses in the futures markets; however, a large capital base alone does not guarantee success.

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Mind of The Trader – Making Money Trading Financial Markets


In this clip taken from Making Money From Financial Spread Trading Course, Vince Stanzione explain the important mind set to have to become a winning trader and investor. Vince explains that you should not be in a hurry to over trade, checking your iphone every few minutes and explains why losing trades are just part of the business and you should not be discouraged.. If your looking for a step by step system to use for trading shares, ETFs, Financial Spread Betting, CFDs but do not want to daytrade then this package is ideal. To learn more go to

Market veteran who called Dow Jones 14200 has his eye on what’s next

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. Arthur Schopenhauer

Once ridiculed by other market watchers, Vince Stanzione has last laugh as Dow soars

Self-made multi-millionaire is bullish on US stocks

Mallorca, Spain (MMD Newswire) March 7, 2013 – Back in September of 2011, multi-millionaire trader and investor Vince Stanzione predicted that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would reach 14,200 by the first half of 2013. “A lot of people laughed at that,” says Stanzione. “They’re not laughing now.” On March 6, 2013, the Dow hit an all-time high of 14,296 – a nearly 100-point spike that occurred well within Stanzione’s projected time range.


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Stanzione hastens to add that the Dow’s record high does not mean the end of the economic woes that have plagued the US and world economies for several years. He points to the previous all-time Dow high of 14,198, set back on October 9, 2007. “That was right before the financial crisis hit, and the bottom fell out,” he says. Even so, he feels vindicated by the Dow’s performance this week, and he sees good things ahead for US stocks in particular.


When Stanzione was making his rosy projections in 2011, it was considered foolhardy at best to be bullish on Wall Street. But Stanzione insisted at the time that he saw great opportunities for those who were brave enough to invest, claiming his own independent track record was spot-on. He also cited tobacco and foods company Philip Morris. “Back in 2000, Philip Morris was hated by the Street,” he said. “But the company went on to become Kraft, Atria, and Philip Morris International, returning over 500% steady dividends in the following decade.”

Born in the UK, Vince Stanzione is a self-made multi-millionaire now based in Monaco and Mallorca, Spain. He’s been an entrepreneur for most of his life. After starting his own software business at the age of 14, he landed his first city job as a junior in the FX dealing room for Nat West at the age of 16. Though he lost his savings in the 1987 stock market crash, that was only a temporary setback; dow14200 Vince stanzionehe set up a car phone business in 1989, and in 1991 he sold it for over 1.3 million pounds. After that he returned to trading and investing, and built up a fortune from trading and financial spread betting.

Using his own market model, which tracks seasonality, dividend yields and sentiment, Stanzione was able to see that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would reach an all-time high within the first six months of 2013. He didn’t expect everyone to agree with him, but that was fine with him. “History has shown that the best time to invest is when everyone hates stocks,” he noted at the time.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Stanzione is looking ahead to what’s next. He has had great success in investing in tobacco, beverages, gaming and fast food stocks over the last decade, and has also been an early investor in commodities. Overall Stanzione remains positive on US stocks. “You would be foolish to bet against the US,” he says, adding, “Financial, housing, and auto related stocks are all showing strong signs of recovery. I also see a continued stream of takeovers, mergers, and stock buybacks as companies have large cash balances which they need to put to work.”

He continues, “Even after the run up in stocks, my proprietary indicators still show the majority of the public is not invested in stocks – and many professional advisors have missed out on the recent gain, which means that prices can still push higher as investors play catch up.”

And although Stanzione is sure that there will be more bumps along the way, Dow 15,000 by year’s end is not out of the question, he says. “Looking further out, the US remains in a strong position with a boost and competitive advantage from the new shale energy and gas finds. Biotech and healthcare stocks also have a very bright future, and the US leads this field.”

What doesn’t he like? “Gold is looking weaker,” he says. “I see better opportunities elsewhere.”

The point, Stanzione says, is that opportunities abound for those who are willing to step outside the bounds of conventional wisdom. He says he has made a successful career out of doing exactly that, and now teaches others what he describes as his simple trading and investing strategies. “The good news,” he says, “is that it’s possible to profit from up, down, and even sideways markets.”

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Trade less – Make More Money- the 1 minute trading rule

Here is a brief video explaining more about the 1 minute trading rule and why you don’t have to be glued to a screen all day to make money from trading markets and Financial Spread Betting. to learn more go to


How To Make More Money from the Stockmarket By Working Less!

Many ask how I make so much money “working” less than  4 hours a week when many work 60 hours plus and can’t  make 5% of that, today I will explain to you how and
more importantly how you can do the same.

You may have heard of the 80-20 rule, to recap it came from an Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population,  he also noted 80 percent of his peas were produced by 20 percent of the peapods. In short 80% of the results come from 20% of the efforts.

It really doesn’t matter what numbers you apply, the important thing to understand is that in your life there are certain activities you do (your 20 percent) that account for the majority (your 80 percent) of your  happiness and outputs.

If you want to be a profitable trader and investor forget about learning 100% and spending 14 hours a day glued to a screen, just learn the important 20% and you will beat
80% of all the professional fund managers and that’s the principle in my own trading.

The tools I use allow me to scan 20,000+ shares, currencies, bonds, indices, commodities and within less than 1 minute see only the ones that give me the best opportunities of success.

I don’t have to read newspapers, company reports, watch rubbish on CNBC or surf chat rooms for tips.

Anyway it’s your choice be in the 80% hitting a brick wall trying to figure it out what works or join the 20% that are already cashing in and achieving a far better lifestyle and making their money work harder.

Right now there are massive opportunities especially in shares yet most are missing out.

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