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How do I add to my winners?

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17/05/2021 - 09:03

I've been thinking about how to DCA, not when a stock is trending down, but when its trending up. Please note i dont know how to trade options. I only know how to buy stocks. My basic idea is if a position of mine starts to break out, i want to buy in a second time after the stock has run up by a certain amount. I would then place a stop loss under the whole position to minimise my downside. Is my basic idea a good one? Any tips on how to add to one's winners would be great, especially if they are based on your experience, technical analysis or superior math.   submitted by   /u/Tiger_King_ [link]   [comments]


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