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Working in the Stock Market

Wallstreet Survivor

08/02/2021 - 20:14

Stock market jobs are well-compensated, but they aren’t for everyone. These jobs are competitive to land and can require long hours early in your career. They are interesting, and for individuals who love a job that requires them to be constantly at their best and always learning, they can be a great choice. Working in Read More... The post Working in the Stock Market appeared first on Wall Street Survivor.


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  30. market correlations/metrics you want on demand? (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  31. Bulls make money, Bears can afford the stock market! (16/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  32. Market Snapshot: U.S. stock market aims to halt 3-session slide to end holiday-shortened week (19/02/2021 - Market Watch)
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  33. Ever had a dream about market? (18/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  34. How often does doing due diligence work out? (24/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  39. Weekly Stock Market Forecast (10/04/2021 - INO.com)
    This week we have a stock market forecast for the week of 4/11/21 from our friend Bo Yoder of the Market Forecasting Academy. Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think! The S&P 500 (SPY) The understanding that the Federal Reserve will stop trying to fight and rather accept inflation […] The post Weekly Stock Market Forecast appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.
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  40. Question about stocks and the money supply (06/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Is the growth of the US stock market more or less dependent on a growing money supply in the US? It has to be like that right? Because if the money supply isnt growing then we will reach a cap of how much money can be added to the stock market. Now i know that money from other countries is flowing into the US stock market but that cant be the driving factor for the stock market growth, right? Second question is if there is a guarantee that the money supply will Continue to grow in the long term future? And if it wont, what would happen to the stock market? But if it will continue to grow in the long term, could one say that we have more or less secured future growth in the stock market also? Happy for answers :)   submitted by   /u/Lillgagge194 [link]   [comments]
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  41. Is the stock market still recovering rn? (15/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I can’t tell if the stock market is still trying to recover from the inflation scares in May rn in June or if it’s still trying to move pass the rise in inflation rates and all that? What do you think Is happen in the stock market and what is having a direct impact on it ? When do you guys think we will start seeing bigger daily returns on etfs index funds and mutual funds ? Bc I keep watching the market daily when I can and I’m just seeing it rise and fall and stay at a stagnant pace and not really rising or dipping hard like it was rising early 2021 real crazy or when it hit hard in 2020 when Covid hit? What are we in for on the stock markets future and the feds inflation rate predictions when they meet tomorrow ? And will what they say ease the fear on the stock market ? Do you think In your own opinion that the stock market and the Economy will recover in the short term towards the end of the year and gain more towards the end of the year ?   submitted by   /u/at235 [link]   [comments]
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  42. Flagged as a pattern day trader (06/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Love that because I’m poor I cant do what rich people can do, it’s absolutely ridiculous that because I don’t have $25k I cant trade freely!! I thought this was “a free market” but I guess it’s not a free market for the poor, but if you have chump change of $25k you can do what you want They need to abolish this absolutely disgusting blatant market manipulation tactic that hinders the poor from trading its absolutely ridiculous that the poor working class have to have walls like this that they know we cant climb over If it’s a “free market” why does it do all it can to help the rich people and fuck over the poor? Where is this free market I hear people talking about all the time the free market is a complete lie There is no free market   submitted by   /u/lliH-knaH [link]   [comments]
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  43. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  44. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  45. I can talk to a bot that analyzes stocks. (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi! It's been almost 1,5 years since my friend and I started working on a machine-learning algorithm focused on stock market analysis. As we continue to improve it and share the results of our work on Reddit, we consider adding extra functions. We have used some of the underlying abilities of GPT-3 (deep learning language model) to inform some of the decisions made by the bot... but GPT-3 has another primary function: Long story short, we can also talk to our bot and request it to provide answers to questions, mostly stock-related ones. What would you ask it? I promise I'll get back to you with some of the best results!   submitted by   /u/ThePolishDirector [link]   [comments]
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  46. : What long working hours can do to people ages 55+ (18/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Working overtime for a sustained period can be hazardous to your health, research shows
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  47. VBIV - Vaccine company working against hepatitis mainly (19/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I saw this company on a screener, and it looks very promising (brief information here). The stock is currently hovering around $3.70, and have an average volume of 7.3 million. They have a pretty good market cap of $890 million, in the NASDAQ, American company. They are seeming to have a new catalyst every few weeks, and right now I believe it is at a discount to its true potential. I believe they also have a COVID vaccine in the works. The CEO has an estimated $9 million of VBIV stock. The only issue I see with this company is that their earnings are not great. Analysts give them a high price target of $9.00, a low of $3.00, and an average of $6.50.   submitted by   /u/nibdoe [link]   [comments]
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  48. Fiverr acquires creative firm Working Not Working (11/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  49. Robinhood help!! (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Okay so I am really REALLY new to stocks. The only experience I have is in middle school there was a simulator website that was based on the actual stock market prices at that moment. The only thing was it didn't implement that the stock market opened and closed. So I bought $1.00 in Hershey today while the stock market was closed and the line was flat. My less than one stock is still in queue (I pourpously am only using small sums of money I know I won't get much back in return if it sky rockets but I don't know that much so I would rather play it a bit safe) My question is will my share be when the market opens or when I bought it during the flat line?   submitted by   /u/Possible-Country-180 [link]   [comments]
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