New 52 week high on volume
What are the chances those studies were funded by drug companies? :)
Low cholesterol could lead to early dementia.
This is why I think beating the index is a good measure of a traders success.
Look at all the posters who claim to make way in excess. Amateurs...
I don't know if they are profitable. I just know that is what other people look at because someone taught them that they are profitable.
The metrics I look at are ROE, earnings growth, gross margin, institutional ownership. What fundamental investors are taught to look at. I'm just...
I like to trade stocks with strong fundamentals. Makes it much easier to get out of a position when someone else thinks it is a bargain.
What is the reason you are not able to scale? Is it the liquidity of what you are trading or a mental thing about taking uncomfortable risks?
Is a more realistic metric regardless of account size.
I'm not saying you can't get 100% per year but I don't think it's realistic.
Can you give us a few??
I manage my own portfolio (it's how I fund my lifestyle) and oversee portfolio's for a couple of non profit organisations.
I don't consider...
What is it costing you or has it cost you so far to become a trading intern?
What works isn't original. :)
Off the chart.
I don't see anything here that will make me a successful trader.
Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results...
Chances are it needs to be taken out and shot anyway.
Never really understood why posters were reluctant to share a plan that wasn't working....
Diversification hides your mistakes.
There are people out there that believe you don't have a loss until you sell. :)
My experience was Nortel. A Canadian tech darling in the early 2000's.
I held at the beginning because I didn't want a capital gain for tax...
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