With so many publications in the stock markets, it is becoming more and more challenging to find a reliable and efficient newsletter service.
To help provide some clarity, we will be answering the question ” Is the Stock Whisper App Worth $19.99?”
What Is The Stock Whisperer App Service ?
The Stock Whisperer App is a mobile based alert system created by Stephanie Kammerman in 2018.
She draws experience from her early days in the stock market as a Dark pool Operator.
The App first came in the Android version and soon after the iOs version followed.
The App provides a free Public Feed (also available on Twitter as captured in the picture on the right) while the Private Feed is by Subscription for $19.99/month.
Our focus in this review will solely be on the Private feed.
The alerts come in during Pre-market hours typically before 9am EST.
This allows the traders to analyze them and make a decision on which stocks to trade.
How Does The Stock Whisperer App Work ?
Stephanie Kammerman published a daily video and a screen capture of the Daily Whispers around 9am EST each day.
In the video, she goes over the stocks and ETFs she has handpicked based Pre-market activation and Darkpool prints.
Here is an example of a recent daily video.
The Screen Capture delivers a list of stocks with binary trading levels.
Bullish above a given price and bearish below a certain threshold.
In both cases, target prices are given when the trader can take profit.
As we described in this article, bullish means the security is to go higher and the opposite for bearish.
Using the Stock Whisperer App Day to Day
The Daily report on the App are called Dark Pool Whisper because the source for the level
is the Dark Pool prints we described in this review of FlowAlgo.
Above are two recent examples of the Daily Report. Both showcases Apple stock (ticker: AAPL) which the bullish and bearish levels.
- To the left, On Nov 11 2019, her recommendation was to be bullish above $259.5 and bearish below $257.5
- On the right, on Nov 18, 2019, her recommendation was to be bullish above $268 and bearish below $264.75
These are all for Day trades. Obviously, it is up to each trader to decide how long to stay int he trade.
My question for you in the second example : what to do if AAPL trades at $265.5 for that day and does not move ?
This question leads us into another one that is more obvious on the weekly Summary report below.
Stephanie Kammerman summarizes on the Top the percentage of success of these alerts.
She also advertises in the same weekly email the total gains (summed for all securities) from all the stocks she handpicked.
However, for any giver subscriber, the gains (on the stock here) may not come close to what is advertised.
This is because each trader still has to make a choice among the large list.
As an example, on both Nov 11 and Nov 18, each report contained over 17 securities to choose from.
Unless the traders has deep pockets to select all the suggestions, that still leave a great deal of guessing to be done.
It is important to note that for Options traders, the gains will be different (mostly higher) from those shown in the weekly summary reports and also depend on the particular entries into those options trades.
My Rating Of The Stock Whisperer App
The Stock Whisperer App certainly provides insights into the Darkpool Levels and thus helps traders stay on he right side.
It takes the emotions out of the trades since specific levels define clear entrance criteria.
However, there is still guessing for the trader as to which stock to select amid a large list of almost 20 possibilities.
Consequently, $19.99/month seems reasonable for the service if one can leverage this app to trade options.
But it does not provide a guarantee of consistent returns since the trade choice of stocks still come into play.
Our recommendation is to combine this service with your methodology to increase the level of confidence in your trading strategies.
Suggested Resources and Reading
- SPY Trading System: Why You Must Have One in 2020
- FlowAlgo IS The Future of Trading
- Is TradingView or Finviz Best For Options Traders ?