Trade Idea: (NASDAQ: AMMA)


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AMMA is our newest trade opportunity that we believe provides investors with potentially significant upside.

As a reminder, we alerted AMMA Wednesday morning after the company released breaking news yesterday.

Today, Thursday, AMMA has released additional breaking news that may be a catalyst for upside potential.

Alliance MMA Signs Sensational New Prospects to Multi-Fight Agreements in the Northwest


Alliance MMA, Inc. (“Alliance MMA” or the “Company”) (AMMA), a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) company that brings together leading regional productions to build the next generation of MMA champions, announced today signings of several fighters by Pacific Northwest promotion Combat Games MMA (COGA).

“Alliance MMA’s mission to identify and cultivate the next generation of champions, and that starts with signing exclusive fight deals with the most promising prospects,” said Robert Haydak, President of Alliance MMA. “Combat Games is following that strategy by quickly establishing a remarkable roster with enormous fighter talent.”

Joey Pierotti (27), from Enumclaw, Washington, Miranda Granger (27), from Snohomish, Washington, and Nathan Stolen (24), from Aberdeen, Washington have all signed multi-fight deals with COGA.

“I couldn’t be more happy or proud to have signed three of Washington’s next big superstars,” said Combat Games General Manager Joe DeRobbio. “Joey, Miranda, Nathan, their families and their coaches are all quality individuals, positive contributors to the sport of MMA and the communities they serve. We look forward to shepherding their journey to the world’s biggest stage. This is just the beginning as COGA continues to expand its regional footprint into new markets. I’m passionately dedicated to achieving my vision of building the best possible showcase for these young athletes.”

Joey “Mama’s Boy” Pierotti is an undefeated welterweight with a record of 5-0. A Port of Seattle firefighter by day and MMA fighter by night, Pierotti is scheduled to face Andy Nigretto for the Combat Games welterweight title on May 20th at COGA 55 – Rumble On The Ridge at the Snoqualmie Casino.

Miranda “Danger” Granger is also undefeated, and someone who has alternated between MMA and kickboxing throughout her first 10 fights. Granger has held several belts thus far in her career including the AX Fighting Championships Amateur World Kickboxing Title and COGA Amateur Strawweight Title. Granger is a life-long martial artist training since the age of four. She takes pride in being a part of the rise of Women’s MMA in recent years.

Nathan “Superman” Stolen is the current COGA featherweight champion who is coming off a third round submission victory (Kimura) over Carson Frei at COGA 54. Stolen has displayed a tremendous ability to get fans out of their seats by finishing all of his pro bouts to date. At just 24 years of age, Stolen has already proven to be a member of the elite fighters in the Pacific Northwest region.

Tickets for COGA 55 – Rumble On The Ridge on Saturday, May 20th, are on sale and can be purchased at


We are continuing to monitor AMMA. In case you did not see the initial profile, please check below.




Good Morning!

Our last trade opportunity was not able to break above its highs thus far and is presently testing its 20 day moving average. A successful hold of this tentative support could indicate the potential for upside.

Trade Idea: Alliance MMA, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMMA)


  • Last Close: 1.36
    • You need to evaluate the chart in real-time and establish for yourself whether it is an appropriate trade opportunity for you or not.​​​​​​​
  • AMMA presents investors with an increased opportunity to witness upside potential.
  • Just a few weeks ago AMMA was trading at upwards of 2.70, 50% above yesterday’s close.
  • AMMA experienced what could potentially be described as a reversal yesterday, rallying 13% and holding those gains by closing the trading session near the high of day.
  • AMMA has a 20 day moving average of 1.99, 40% above yesterday’s close.
  • Additionally, AMMA has a 50 day moving average at 2.49, 83% above yesterday’s close.
  • AMMA has a RSI of 26 on the daily chart, potentially suggestive of increased upside opportunity.
  • In the past few weeks AMMA has released a number of breaking developments that may have been overlooked by Wall Street.
  • In addition, just this morning AMMA released breaking news (details below).

Please Note:

  • I do not know how quickly or slowly upside may or may not be realized, therefore please assess the trade situation for yourself.
  • Equities can be extremely volatile, so if you aren’t able to secure your desirable entry and the stock starts moving without you then you can always wait.
  • Pullbacks/consolidations often present the best risk adjusted opportunities to experience gains because you can get in right above support and cut losses quickly in case the trend fails. Establish a stop loss that is appropriate for you.

Recent News:

  • In the past few weeks there has been a lawsuit filed against AMMA, which the company has responded to by stating the following:
    • “The Company believes that the lawsuit is without merit and intends to vigorously defend against it.
    • ““Securities claims like this are often pursued by opportunistic lawyers when there is a drop in stock price,” stated CEO Paul K. Danner, III.
    • Here is the full source of AMMA’s response:

May 3rd – Alliance MMA Consummates Atlanta Promotion Deal


Alliance MMA, Inc. (“Alliance MMA” or the “Company”) (AMMA), a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) company that brings together the best regional productions building the next generation of MMA champions, announced today it has acquired the assets of National Fighting Championship (NFC), which produces professional regional MMA events throughout Georgia and South Carolina.

“We are effectively and systematically continuing to execute our strategy of aggressively acquiring leading regional MMA promotions across the country,” said Robert Haydak, President of Alliance MMA. “The addition of NFC to the Alliance MMA enterprise clearly validates the ongoing success of our business model. Their documented experience in producing outstanding MMA events, and the fact that they have established a solid brand name in Atlanta, one of our remaining targeted top 20 national media markets, makes NFC an ideal fit for Alliance MMA.”

In 2002, at the age of 26, David Oblas formed Undisputed Productions, LLC and became the youngest promoter in the history of fight promotion in Georgia – he is currently the longest running MMA promoter in the state. In 2007, he rebranded Undisputed Productions to National Fighting Championship (NFC). In 2017, Mr. Oblas acquired US Freedom Fighter Championship (USFFC), based in South Carolina, and after rebranding it with the NFC name, will continue to promote MMA events in various South Carolina markets. Undisputed Productions and NFC have promoted a combined total of more than 100 events since 2002, and NFC plans to continue its expansion throughout Georgia and South Carolina.

To date, NFC has promoted fights at a number of venues in Atlanta, and currently produces regional MMA events at Center Stage in Atlanta, Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth, GA, Electric Cowboy in Kennesaw, GA, and the TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC. On July 22 of this year, NFC will host an all-day event at Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth, GA to celebrate its 15-year anniversary, and later this year will promote NFC 100.

“I started promoting professional MMA events because I’m the biggest fan of the sport. After attending shows for years as a member of the Georgia Athletic & Entertainment Commission, I believed I could do better,” said Oblas. “Everything I’ve done since 2002 has been with the mindset of making NFC the best possible experience for the fighters and fans. Joining Alliance MMA is no different. Alliance MMA is providing me with the opportunity to continue delivering the very best regional MMA events in the Southeast to fighters and fans.”

NFC will be the 9th regional MMA promotion operating under the Alliance MMA umbrella. The Company also promotes regional MMA events through New Jersey-based Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC), Washington-based Combat Games MMA (COGA), Illinois-based Hoosier Fight Club (HFC), Tennessee-based V3 Fights, Maryland-based Shogun Fights, Ohio-based Iron Tiger Fight Series (IT Fight Series), Florida-based Fight Time Promotions, as well as a San Diego-based promotion under the guidance of MMA luminary Eric Del Fierro.


May 2nd – Alliance MMA Hosts First Fight in Philadelphia in 2017


Alliance MMA, Inc. (“Alliance MMA” or the “Company”) (AMMA), a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) company that brings together the best regional productions building the next generation of MMA champions, is promoting Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) 65 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia on Saturday, May 20th.

“CFFC returns to the city of Brotherly Love after a successful San Diego event in March,” said Robert Haydak, President of Alliance MMA. “We are looking forward to CFFC 65 because this event provides local fighters with the best opportunities to develop their skills and advance to the next level of competition.”

CFFC 65 features three title fights including Anton Berzin vs. Jamelle Jones for the inaugural light heavyweight title and Joe Lowry vs. Mike Pope for the lightweight title. The main event features “Phighter” Sean Brady vs. Tanner Saraceno for the vacant welterweight title. Brady is the top northeast prospect and comes back after battling an injury to face Saraceno, the CFFC 63 winner and WWE’s “Tough Enough” contestant.

“Since joining Alliance MMA our fighters have a stronger platform to reach the next level of competition,” said Devon Mathiesen, General Manager of CFFC. “We have a lot of talented fighters on the card this time around including Philadelphia fighters Sean Brady, Anton Berzin and Joseph Lowry.”


About AMMA:

Alliance MMA (AMMA) is a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) company that brings together the best regional productions. Alliance MMA’s mission is to identify and cultivate the next generation of fighters and champions for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and other premier MMA promotions.

With some of the world’s leading MMA promotions under the Alliance MMA umbrella, the organization aims eventually to host in excess of 125 events per year, showcasing more than 1,000 fighters.

Alliance MMA is also dedicated to generating live original sports media content, attracting an international fan base, and securing major brand sponsorship revenue for live MMA events, digital media, and Alliance MMA fighters.

MMA is the world’s fastest growing sport with worldwide fans of approximately 300 million according to sports marketing research firm Repucom. MMA is a full contact sport that allows a wide range of fighting techniques, including striking and grappling from various martial arts and disciplines including Boxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Karate and Muay Thai. Professional MMA fights are legal and regulated by state athletic commissions in all 50 states.

Alliance MMA, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 for the purpose of acquiring businesses that engage in the promotion of mixed martial arts (MMA) events. In 2016, the company completed an initial public offering that culminated in a listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Alliance MMA is the only mixed martial arts promotion company that is publicly-traded.



Trading Rules [Please Review Before Taking Any Action]:

  1. Do not invest more than you are willing to lose. No one likes to consider the worst case, but it’s always a risk that exists. Rule of thumb – if you cannot sleep at night as a consequence of your investment, then you have over invested.
  2. Keep calm. Do not chase. Decide for yourself if you like the trade. If you are not comfortable with the perceived risks, stay out. Timelines are to be decided by you. Approach methodically, and seek technical confirmation for direction. Always trade with a strategy in mind.
  3. Never use market orders. Only use buy and sell limit orders. Protecting your investment is more important than missing gains. Use “trailing stop %” or “trailing stop limit” orders. Personally I prefer mental stops while actively managing trades rather than entering your stop into your brokerage account.
  4. Cut losses quickly when day/swing trading. It’s better to acknowledge being wrong than to have false hope. Sometimes you will be wrong in doing so, often times it will save you. It all depends on your entry.
  5. Actively manage all your investments & trade during market hours only. Trading during pre/post market hours carries greater volatility/risk.




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