MOS Closed at $37, Our Calls Up 59% in Two Weeks!

Mosaic (MOS) gained by 4.34% today to close at $37 per share!

On Tuesday morning, after MOS dipped to a low of $32.45 per share, NIA sent out an alert at that time explaining, "It is extremely healthy that Mosaic (MOS) is dipping this morning following their strong 1Q results. By the short-term traders exiting it will allow for a much larger MOS upward explosion when it breaks $37.37 per share the most important key breakout point of any NYSE listed stock. MOS is in a major uptrend that is no where close to ending! We suggested the September 2021 MOS $35 call option so that MOS would 100% definitely have enough time to break through $37.37 per share and explode to prices of above $55 per share. Corn is continuing to rally today and on every previous occasion that corn has traded at its current price or higher, MOS has traded at a share price of between $55 and $163.25. The only reason MOS isn't already $55+ right now is because there are too many other sectors still in play. When MOS rallied from $35.13 up to $163.25 in 2008 the S&P 500 declined by 16.33% during the same time period!"

NIA's September 2021 MOS $35 call option suggestion closed today at $5.17 a new high since NIA's April 23rd suggestion at $3.25 for a gain of 59.08% in two weeks! This will probably become NIA's largest gaining call option suggestion in history by the time it expires on September 17th!

NIA's President has accumulated a very large position in recent days of a June 2021 MOS call option with a higher exercise price, but we do not suggest this call option to NIA members because it is much higher risk!

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