Trading Stratgies

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Trading Strategies

Momentum Stock Trading: Sometimes called Trend Trading, this type of trading is based on doing research and finding stocks or sectors that are moving in a direction with some sort of strength.

Hot Stocks to Buy: Seeking out which stocks are hot, and which are not.

How To Recognize a Breakout: Setups which momentum traders love.

Benefits of Penny Stock Trading: Learning about both the benefits and pitfalls is highly recommended before making your first low-priced stock trade.

Insider Following Trading System: This type of trading involves doing research on major insider trade transactions which are filed with the SEC. It can be used in any type of trading.

Shorting Stocks: Shorting is merely a procedure to earn from a decline in a stock price. Shorting has been given a bad name in the past. I believe this is mostly due to the lack of specific regulations, or complying with regulations. Not because it is terribly wrong as people have been given the impression.

Gap Trading: "Gap Trading" can be described as placing trades at the level of extremes during an opening gap, either higher or lower, while looking to as the stock price reverses to fill the "Gap". It can be geared towards Scalping, Day Trading or Swing Trading.

Trading an Opening Gap Down: Opening gaps down provide good trading opportunities if you have a plan of action in place before they occur. This article goes into some of the possible outcomes along with an actual trading example.

Extended hours Trading: Pre Market Stock Trading: Pre-Market Trading is a trading strategy used in Scalping and Day Trading. Pre-Market Trading hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and is done most often in combination with News Trading. The hours accessible for trading are specific to your broker.

After Hours Trading: After-Hours Trading is also used in Scalping and Day Trading. After Hours Trading is from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and is available depending on your specific broker.

Trading Stock Options: Stock Options are basically contracts giving you the right but not the obligation, to buy or sell stock shares at a specified price.