(Watch) Buy at 37, sell at 142

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As you may know, Asana was one of the best-performing stocks in 2021.

Its flagship service is a "work management" platform that helps teams track their work.

Few remember the story, but a huge reason the stock went vertical in the second half of 2021 is something you can still use to earn a consistent, reliable income in this market.

See, as of June 01, 2021, Asana traded for just $37.
Then, like a man driven by something deeply unspoken…

The president and CEO, Moskovitz Dustin, went on a six-month buying spree…

Gobbling up over 320,000 shares to take his total stake to 7.9 million.

By November 09, 2021, Asana had skyrocketed to $142.

Fun fact: The stock now sits at $21, but insiders cashed out long ago.

So, if you bought at $37 and sold at $142, you made 3.8x your money in six months.

That's the kind of unfair exposure you enjoy as an insider.

And despite current market conditions, there are new opportunities you can easily leverage in your next trade.

If you want to see how my colleague Steven Place approaches legal "insider trading" in this market…

He has a free training that details how to be profitable without taking big risks.

How to earn a consistent, reliable income with "insider trading."

Check it out, you will thank me later.

Anthony S.
Energy Expert at Big Energy Profits


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