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A Market Phenomenon You’re Misinterpreting and Missing Out on - Picking up where we left off yesterday, we are actually shifting gears a bit. Short selling is a great tool when it comes to making use of the indications, however… In this stock split guide, I’ll go over what it means for a stock to split, the effects of the split, and how you can benefit from stock splitting. Later on, we’ll get into how shorting stock can be profitable upon gaining this sort of information. What Is a Stock S...
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10 Steps to Short Selling Mastery - When a stock splits and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? But seriously — when a stock splits, what actually happens? And perhaps more importantly, what does it mean for you as a trader? Stock splitting isn’t very common, but when it does occur, it can be an indication of opportunities for investors, whether they’re short-selling penny stocks or taking a longer position. Today, we will go through a foundational but deep lesson on short se...
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A Trading Method You Might Not Understand… But Should - Still not clear on the difference between swing trading and day trading? Let’s clear it up, picking up where we left off yesterday… While swing trading bears some similarities to day trading, there are several important differences. One of the biggest differences is timing. In day trading, you hold a stock for a very short period of time; it might be minutes or hours, but never more than a few days. With swing trading, the trader might...
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The Goldilocks Way to Trade… and Why You Need to Try It - Swing trading is a trading method perfectly accessible to new traders, so it’s a great skillset to have in your repertoire. The strategies are fairly easy to grasp, and this style of trading doesn’t require the same urgency and split-second decision making required in day trading. For many traders, this is the perfect way to ease into trading, and can help build good trading habits that will serve you no matter how your methods evolv...
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The 7 Steps to Success in Trading - As many of you know, I am a self-taught trader… And as you may also know, that SUCKED! Doing it all by myself, I was forced to learn a lot the hard way, many cases of trial and error along the way and that fact is, in part, what inspired me to become the mentor to people that I never had. I didn’t have a mentor or a program like mine. But I wish I had. I probably would have made money a lot quicker and not made so many bone-headed mistakes if I had. But l...
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The Most Important Loophole for ANY Day Trader - The pattern day trader rule is among the most misunderstood stock market terms out there. Specifically, I get many questions about the rule that says you must maintain a brokerage account balance of at least $25,000. That’s a ton of money, right? I didn’t start my stock market journey with that much money — in fact, I had about half that. So, what is a day trader to do? First, don’t make assumptions. Yes, there’s such thing as the pattern day...
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My Secret Formula for Finding Penny Stocks Pre-Spike - Traditional stock traders buy low and sell high… But my students take things one step further, both buying low and selling high… and then selling short when prices begin falling and buying to cover. This lets us make a profit both on the way up and the way down. But there’s one question you have to be able to answer to do this: How do I find penny stocks before they spike? The ability to tell when a spike is occurring is huge for penny ...
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Shareholders: What They Are and How It Can Affect Your Investments - Companies aren’t just whole entities. They’re made up of tiny parts called shares. Each share represents a certain percentage of the company, and shareholders own those shares. When you invest in the stock market, you buy shares — essentially pieces of paper that entitle you to a portion of the company’s profits if it makes money. Whether you make or lose money depends on the stock price. For instance, if a company’s stock...
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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Trading Full Time - Many people love the idea of trading for a living. Most people who have never placed a trade in their lives are still intrigued by the idea of becoming a professional trader. Why wouldn’t they be? The thought of working from home (or anywhere in the world, for that matter) creating wealth out of thin air is something that gets most people excited. However, as any professional trader will tell you, it’s not that simple. Trading...
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Learning to Ignore Fundamentals in a Short Term Trade Setup - When I was on the trading floor in Chicago and would take on a position in equity options, other traders would sometimes ask me, “What does that company do?” My response was always the same: “Who cares!?” It really didn’t matter to me what a company did, made or sold for me to trade it. All of my trading was based on institutional order flow and unusual options activity. With this strategy, fundamentals really don’t matter that m...
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