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28 July 2021
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Just curious with this choppy market what are some of your favorite tickers to trade. Have we changed strategy at all with all the red?

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22/07/2021 - 03:21

This has been a very rough market over the past 4 weeks. Thankfully Tuesday + today has been great to me. However, that said I have changed strategy drastically. And yourselves? What are the top 3 tickers for you to trade/swing/invest? I have been trading since late 1994, and this has been the most volatile market ever. Why? Retail is 26% of the market. The indexes kept making new highs and we were seeing a lot of red. So before I decided the past few trading sessions to just go completely defensive. These were my 3 faves then and now: Then TIGR, CRSR, ONEW [I will buy on big dips] Now NYCB, AFIN, NYMT   submitted by   /u/UltimateTraders [link]   [comments]


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    U.S. stock-index futures trade little changed on Friday heading into a long holiday weekend and ahead of the monthly employment report from the Labor Department at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time that could show roughly 700,000 jobs were created last month, as the economy bounces back from COVID.
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  40. I saw a post the other day about starting P/E ratios and future returns, but some commenters were curious how that changed with time. Here is a new one showing groups by period. (12/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  41. E*TRADE call price paid changed? (04/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Does this happen or happened to anyone else on E*TRADE? I had about 45 calls hit my stop quote and triggered a sale. No problem I planned on adding a couple more throughout the day and forgot what price I had set my stop too. I loaded up and I noticed that my average price was around 1.05 I checked my portfolio today and now it’s say my price paid is almost 2.10 so almost double, while nothing else has changed and my orders show my executions price for the Majority of the calls at 1.02. Why is my average price now double   submitted by   /u/flossdiddy [link]   [comments]
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  42. How to pick stocks for swing trading? (04/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I am wanting to swing trade, possibly day trade once I’ve done more research. I dabbled with Robinhood last year and made $200ish (mostly on Moderna). I’ve watched several swing trade strategy videos and done some reading, and am slowly figuring out a strategy for myself. I have a decent understanding of technical analysis, but I need help actually picking stocks to analyze. So far I am using a screener (on tradingview) and am looking at low P/E ratios, dividends, debt and low/highs (1 month and 1 year). I then pick out stocks that have a pretty big gap between their lowest and highest prices, and examine their chart and do some google searches to see if there is any relevant news. Is this a good start to a strategy, or am I completely off? I know there is a lot more to learn, and I will be practicing with paper trading for a while until I feel comfortable to invest real money.   submitted by   /u/elligre [link]   [comments]
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  43. what’s your current portfolio strategy, total and allocation? (26/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Curious about everyone’s age, portfolio strategy, total and allocation given this raging bull market. Most of the threads I found were 4-7 years old. 33yo 370k retirement (100% VOO) 240k post tax (100% VOO) no house (renter), debt or cash holdings (aside from emergency fund) savings rate ~40% I have no plans to change my stock allocation for the next 15+ years. In ~5yrs will cash out some post tax for a house down payment and in late 40’s move 5-10% into bonds.   submitted by   /u/DiceGames [link]   [comments]
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  44. What is your personal strategy when realizing gains? (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’m not a complete noob to stocks necessarily, but I’m also not a very sophisticated investor. I’ve seen a nice return over the last couple of years with the boom in the stock market. However, I’ve been wondering lately when I should realize some gains. Curious about people’s different strategies. If I’m in it for more long term purposes does it still behoove me to realize some gains along the way? If you don’t mind sharing, what’s your personal strategy and situation? One of my concerns is prematurely selling something if it has more room for growth. For instance, I’ve made over 365% on Peloton, but what if it has room to grow, hypothetically speaking, to 1000%+? What are some personal rules or strategies that have worked for you?   submitted by   /u/daisydookie [link]   [comments]
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  45. Simple Rules for the New Day Trader in a Volatile Market (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    The market is behaving erratically and the volatility can catch many new traders off guard. If you're actively trading throughout the day and you seem to be losing more than your gains, then step back and follow these basic rules to safely navigate the current market. Only trade stocks that are above the 200 SMA on all timeframes, and above the 20 and 50 SMA on the 5 minute timeframe. Only trade stocks that are above the 50 EMA on the 1 Hour timeframe. Only trade stocks that are above the 40 RSI on all timeframe, and above the 50 RSI on the 1 Day timeframe. Do not trade before 9:35 AM EST. If you're absolutely new to day trading, then wait until 10:30 AM or later to trade. Use the time to observe the market and feel how it's behaving using the SPY. Only trade stocks above the VWAP. Here are a few rules regarding risk management and position sizing: Only trade stocks after you determine the stop loss (SL). Take profit when the price hits X * (ENTRY - SL) + ENTRY, where X is 2 or higher. This is the Reward part of the Risk/Reward. Do not lose more than your 1% of your trading capital, if the stock hits your stop loss. Determine the amount of shares you should by based on the 1% rule using the following formula: Amount of Shares = 1% (or less) of Capital / (Entry - SL) I've created a free, open source risk management script on TradingView to help traders automate the position sizing part of the risk management strategy. Good luck and be safe in these trying markets.   submitted by   /u/TheDrivenTrader [link]   [comments]
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  46. Results after trading with my own strategy. (23/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello there, last year I tried possibly every single trading strategy there is with not really satisfying results, ended up with around 70% profitable trades. This year I went with my own strategy. It's very basic, I use high momentum at market openings and opening 5-10 trades with high volume but low profit. I treat this as hobby, I am a welding robot programmer as my full time job, so I do this in my free time (which I have a lot). I don't use any stop loss honestly, trading on 4h chart only. The only indication for me is momentum. As it goes in one way I watch for the slow down and enter the trade. I hate to admit, but I use a ''feeling'' when to enter. Candles oscillate several times in those 4 hours and I always try to use the extremes, a.k.a. lowest/highest point on that particular candle. Let me know what do you think, I trade with a relatively low capital (1,2k) and also hold several profitable stocks as a ''diamond'' backup. https://preview.redd.it/yka489r0lvu61.png?width=1862&format=png&auto=webp&s=f3b435eb5fe790ad94c340112912a1de4819babd   submitted by   /u/rettuhS [link]   [comments]
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  47. What's your favorite dip out of all the dips you currently can feast on? (13/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Is there one dip you favor the most? Some may like a spicy dip, while others may care for one that is mild but builds flavor over time. I'm curious, what dip do you thrust your chip into today? Also, I hope that's not a silicon chip because you'll be waiting for a while for that flavor to burst all over.   submitted by   /u/LegendLarrynumero1 [link]   [comments]
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  48. 6/14 Market Update/Outlook - with some swing trade ideas (14/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I've been sharing a weekly market outlook with some friends and followers the past few months. Decided to start sharing with reddit. Let me know if you have any thoughts, questions, or suggestions. From the perspective of short to intermediate term swing and position trades: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iLMZbkMOiNU5UvrLLVk_8hCjp5OY1Xy6c9Dn7vjMaTw/edit#gid=1599809613 Here are some of the tickers we look at: BLDR, CHGG, DLTR, GO, GPN, GRPN, HBI, KMX, RLMD, SONO DM me to connect on discord/twitter as well   submitted by   /u/papageorgio120 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Recovery on pause or beginning of a landslide ? (19/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Curious to get perspective on investors feelings on the market melting as the variant is ramping up. In terms of the fed slowly but surely making their mind up on monetary policy going forward, what will this second wave mean to their strategy? A lot expected the tappering to shock the market, but the shock is happening as we speak with this variant. How much lower can this go? Interest rates can't get any more accommodating nor can it last as accommodating for much longer so what's gonna give? Seems like a perfect storm for the bear case   submitted by   /u/-KeepItMoving [link]   [comments]
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