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I’m trying to learn about OBV. I’m a little confused about the red part on the chart. How can it go past the amount of available volume with the price going to zero? Thanks in advance

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  39. Mazda, Sub, Ford, etc.. why are they so cheap? (03/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Im a little confused hopefully someone can enlighten me. Why are the car manufacturer stocks so low? Mazda under $5? They have multiple car of the year awards... ford like $10... Tata motors is double everyone else, then you have Tesla through the roof.... Any theory on if these changes or how they would ? With everyone going electric.... Maybe just too much volume? I cant put my finger on it...   submitted by   /u/SuperSpecialCanadian [link]   [comments]
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  40. How can I find out if a stock is doing unusually high volume in pre-market? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve looked at a lot of scanners and it seems like they don’t have that function for pre-market volume specifically. Also what does the ‘% change’ in pre-market scanners refer to? Percent change in price or volume?   submitted by   /u/elvsive [link]   [comments]
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  41. Advanced Options Questions, Can you Sell a Contract you don't own and How does it work? (03/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I know the entire part of how Calls/Puts works, essentially Calls giving you the right to buy a stock at a predetermined price, Puts giving you the right to sell the stock at a set price. You can execute the contract or sell the physically contract itself, they are bought/sold in group packages of 100 shares. A couple more advanced questions came up and maybe I'll number them for ease, if anyone more skilled was able to maybe help explain them, even part of it in any way, thanks so much btw! When I glance at my brokerage it looks like there are 4 options, what's the difference between Buy to Open, Buy to Close, Sell to Open, Sell to Close? I believe buy to open is the simple, buy the contract itself and sell to close to sell the contract you own. How would buy to close and sell to open work then? It looks likes there's a way I can sell a contract I don't even physically own, or at least seems like it's giving me the option too, how would that work? Is it essentially the equivalent of a short where you now have an infinite amount of downside you can lose, but can only make the amount you buy/sell the contract for? Each day the contract decreases overtime, if all other factors, like price were to stay the same, and it moves sideways. Is there a specific percentage or way to calculate how much less the contract is worth with each passing day or is it really random? Again assuming the stock price and everything else about it stays the same. I see it also gives me the options to buy the call/put options using 2/3/4 leg spreads, what exactly is a leg spread in this situation? I'm thinking about experimenting for education reasons, but figured I'd grab advice from others more experienced, and figured maybe others might like to know, since doesn't seem to be many resources explaining it and well in this depth, so huge thanks if anyone is about explain even part of it.   submitted by   /u/LifeInAction [link]   [comments]
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  42. What specifically do you look for to consider if a stock is a good buy? (14/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Just as the title says - I’ve seen several references on here to sites like seeking alpha or finviz but what exactly am I looking for on these sites to help determine if a certain stock is a good buy or not? Of course I know past performance does not guarantee future results but quite frankly those historical charts are the easiest thing to follow :) should I be looking at volume, EPS, P/E... all of the above or none of these? Other info to consider? And if yes to any of these, what are considered good vs bad stats? My money is mainly in mutual funds (total stock and small caps) but I’m young enough and comfortable with more volatility. Any guidance is appreciated Thanks in advance   submitted by   /u/DapperInternal [link]   [comments]
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  43. [Question] If I think a stock is going to split is there a way I can buy at the split price? (01/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Is that just a limit order? Would a limit order even work for a split since the price jumps drastically. Seems like limit is buy when it hits a certain price. I want “if price is less than $500 buy x amount.” I was looking at Amazon and I imagine sometime in the next several years they might split and I wanna get in at the split Last, is there anyway to guess what the split amount might be? Could i assume splits are used to make the price under 100.   submitted by   /u/herefromyoutube [link]   [comments]
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  44. Can someone give me a breakdown of call and put on Robinhood (15/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So basically I just got interested in stock options but am so confused where to start. I use Robinhood and basically I bought $18 worth of a stock. Call me stupid or whatever I really dgaf, but. Anyway could someone explain to me what happens now: I bought 1 contract of NFLX $700 Call 5/15 buy (or it says it’s pending as of now). So does this mean if the stock price is over $700 on May 15th (which is obviously highly unlikely: NFLX is $412 rn) that I would make a bunch of money? I realize that this was stupid to do but I am trying to learn. Can anyone just give me the run down   submitted by   /u/VickyRoBy [link]   [comments]
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  45. Morning Update for Monday, 06/14/21 (14/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Good morning everyone! It's Monday, and I hope you had a nice weekend. This list is geared towards day trading. With the momentum watchlist especially, I am typically in and out very quickly, only occasionally longer than a couple minutes, usually faster scalps. Always have a plan when you enter a trade (for profit taking and for taking a loss), and use proper risk management for your account. Main Watchlist: Gapping UP: CRSR: Gapping up above relevant SMA's. Room for further upwards movement, but I'll wait for things to settle after open. Possible support at 36 on the daily chart. NVAX: Possible resistance levels at 230 and 240, I'll watch for upwards movement if it can hold over 230. RIOT: I'll be watching for further upwards movement, especially if Bitcoin can break back over 39,500. COIN: Key resistance level right around 230. I'll be watching for the break over 230 for an opportunity to go long. TSLA: Seems to be holding up over the SMA(200), SMA(20), and SMA(9), after hovering around that level the past few days of trading. Could be a sign of more upwards movement, and a move up towards the SMA(50) in the near future. Possible resistance around 635 on the daily chart. ITOS: Will be interesting to observe price action around the 30 level. Could fill the gap (or at least partially fill) to the downside if it breaks below 30, if it holds up, there could be more upwards movement. Gapping DOWN: UPST: Possible support around 120 on the daily chart. If it can't hold above that level, it could provide some shorting opportunities. MRNA: Still holding above relevant SMA (SMA(9)) at the moment. If it fails to fill the gap to the upside, it could be worth a look as a short down to 210. RIDE: Gapping down below relevant SMA's. I'll be watching price action around the 10.00 level. BZ: Lots of room for downwards movement after the massive gap up on Friday. Could also see some continued momentum, so it'll be worth keeping an eye on. Momentum Watchlist: ENOB (+142%): Up after announcing FDA clearance to review potential HIV cure. Seeing good volume and price action in premarket, I'll be watching for continued momentum. VXRT (+5%): Up on momentum from Friday. Seeing decent volume and price action at the moment, with a premarket high of 9.40. ORPH (+17%): Up on momentum from the past couple days of trading.Seeing decent volume, but currently seeing some weakness in price action, I'll want to see it get back above 11.60 before I consider trading it. MDIA (+57%): Up after recently appointing new CEO. Saw large relative volume on Friday, I'll be watching for any further upwards momentum. Premarket high of 7.45. SENS (+12%): Up on momentum from the last week of trading. Seeing decent volume and price action in premarket. Premarket high of 4.78. LKCO (+25%): Couldn't find a relevant catalyst. Daily chart intrigues me, so I'll be keeping an eye on this one. Market Outlook: Stocks are looking to open a bit higher after we saw some strength to end last week. The Fed has signaled that it intends to ease its asset purchase program at some point in the coming future. It will be interesting to see if this has an immediate effect on the market. SPY is trading a bit over 424, and will likely set a new intraday ATH. Maybe we will see some choppiness up at these levels, but I'm optimistic we'll see more strength. DIA is trading just under 345. I'll be watching price action around 343.50, if it breaks down below it could see more downwards movement. Tech stocks are continuing their strength, and QQQ could see a push to new ATH this week (currently trading just below 342). Gold and silver are down a decent amount this morning, while crude oil is up a bit. Bitcoin is currently trading around 39,300, and seems to have flipped the bearish narrative. I'm more bullish if it can get up above 39,500 and hold up. Crypto-related stocks are up quite a bit in premarket trading, as a result. Marijuana stocks are up a bit in premarket, but nothing too significant. Still worth keeping an eye on them for potential upcoming catalysts. Meme stocks are showing some revival this mornin, and are always worth following. I'm optimistic we'll see strength today, but stay disciplined in your trades, and let's start the week off right. Remember to use proper risk management, by making sure you size appropriately for your account and have a plan for every trade you enter (both for taking profits and cutting losses). Happy trading everyone :)   submitted by   /u/vanturetrading [link]   [comments]
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  46. EPF members can now get Covid Advance Facility after job loss – Check details (16/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    The EPFO has specific PF advance rules, form and the process to avail such an advance including that for Covid-19.
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  47. Is dividend yield or amount chosen first? (04/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    When companies decide to begin paying a dividend, do they decide the amount, and base the yield on the share price, or do they decide a yield, and pay the amount based on yield compared to the stock price? Hope this makes sense!   submitted by   /u/Carmelo7c3 [link]   [comments]
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  48. A company named Kelly b services mooned today (01/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I noticed that they have an average volume of 2000 and a much higher volume today of several thousand percent does anyone know why in the past this stock has mooned. It seems to be a pattern every few months.   submitted by   /u/Bright_Yak2707 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Golden Cross on the 30min chart $ ELYS (16/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Taking a look at the 30min chart on $ELYS , there's a golden cross incoming. A higher relative volume of almost 3x has led this ticker to soar on Friday. Looking at the daily chart, all indicators are converging on bullish A break of 4.50/5$ leaves room up to 5.75+ if the volume continues, that would be the next level of major resistance. A failure to pass and hold 4.50 could see a retest of 4$. Familiar chart patterns to see here Bull flag, or a potential Head and Shoulders forming if the current levels fail to hold/surpass. Definitely one to keep an eye on if the volume keeps up, could be played both long and short!   submitted by   /u/GapperStocks [link]   [comments]
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