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There have been no closed trades for UK-based share tipping service Hot Stock Rockets since our last update, so they still stand £5021 up on closed trades for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

The open trades have fallen back somewhat since our last update and are now £1782 up rather than the £4152 up they were last time.

However, as always with open trades they could bounce back again (or of course fall further!).

It has been an active start to the new year with three new trades opened and plenty of news flow on current positions so lots for members to get stuck into.

Just a note to say in terms of these results we are recording their position sizes of £1000 worth of shares (or as close as is possible) in each company.

 

 

 


Hot Stock Rockets – Results Update

4th January 2021

The excellent progress continues for UK-based share tipping service Hot Stock Rockets, with another £1212 profit made on closed trades since our last update.

That means they are now £5021 up on closed trades for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

The open trades are going very well too, currently standing £4152 up at the time of writing.

We are just querying one trade however, which is reported as a sell in the portfolio history on Hot Stock Rockets but which we don’t appear to have received a notification for.

Just a reminder that these recommendations are for small cap UK stocks so may not be easily available to trade for those based outside the UK. For those based in the UK however this looks like a top service.

 

 

 


Hot Stock Rockets – Results Update

26th November 2020

Things have continued to move along nicely for UK-based share tipping service Hot Stock Rockets, with another £1125 profit made on closed trades since our last update.

That means they are now £3809 up on closed trades for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

It’s not quite such a rosy picture for the open trades however, which are currently a combined £1020 down. Hopefully they will turn things around, but overall when taking into account the closed trades they are still well up overall.

 

 

 

 


Hot Stock Rockets – Results Update

9th September 2020

UK-based share tipping service Hot Stock Rockets have been in excellent form since our last update, netting £2,684 profit from their closed trades.

Their open trades are also £1,034 up at the time of writing so all in all things have progressed very nicely for them.

You can view full results here.

These are the results recorded on their portfolio account which may be a little difficult to match exactly as they don’t send out sell alerts when they close a trade, so you have to keep an eye on the account for when they close a position. They do include target prices though with their opening trade so you can use those if you wish.

Just to note as well that in terms of the overall portfolio from before our review started, they have made £15,789 of realised profit but have open positions of -£3,750, so in effect are around £12,000 up for their portfolio overall. That is very good going and we have to say we have been impressed with this service so far. Let’s see if they can keep it up.

 

 

 

 


Hot Stock Rockets – Results Update

16th July 2020

We have taken longer than normal to do an update on share tipping service Hot Stock Rockets as it is a long-term service with a small number of recommendations meaning there hasn’t been much news to report on so far.

Since our trial started three months ago they have only opened six positions and haven’t closed any of them. So this is a service we will have to do a much longer trial of than normal – probably a full year to get a proper sense of it.

To date though things have started pretty well, with four shares up and two down out of the six recommended.

You can view full results here.

Just a note to say as they hold medium- to long-term positions we haven’t listed the stock names to not give anything away.

Looking back over their portfolio from before our trial started, we can see that their open positions are currently £6,090 down, with a banked profit of £13,790, giving a net total of £7,700 profit on £27,000 invested.

We will report back again a little further down the line when hopefully we will have some closed positions to report on.

 

 


Hot Stock Rockets – New Review

13th April 2020

Today we are starting a new trial of a popular share tipping service called Hot Stock Rockets. 

It comes under the ADVFN umbrella and has been around for a number of years, gaining a certain amount of recognition in the stock-tipping community over time.

The service focuses on companies in the UK AIM market, which is made up of small-cap stocks. The goal of Hot Stock Rockets is to make a 25% return on the shares they recommend within three months. It is not so much aimed at long-term investors or those who like to buy-and-hold, but rather those looking to make a reasonably fast return and move on. The kind of companies they target are those with the potential to move up quickly.

Subscribers receive a monthly newsletter which contains their tip of the month, plus up to five other tips recommended by their editorial committee.

The service costs just £5 per month (+VAT) so is very reasonable compared to many other offerings within the sector.

Of course, the key question is whether they are able to generate a profit as a low subscription cost is no help if they are losing subscribers money.

Anyway, we will run a trial and see how they do under live test conditions. We will post updates here on how things are progressing.

In the meantime you can check out Hot Stock Rockets for yourself here.

 

 

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