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I have doubts regarding short selling hoping someone here could answer my question.
Does shorting actually drive down market prices
I understand shorting means borrowing shares from another investor and selling it. But at the end of the day they have to cover the shorts within a certain fixed time frame which will cause a price influx again. So what i thought was, shorting does not rly drive…
I'm still a learner in this field. Yield curve is meant to be a leading indicator. Here is a summary of what I understood. Yield curve is usually upslope in good times. Shorter term yield having lower yield than longer term. Reason being longer term bond has more risk so investor tend to expect a higher rate.
At times when the economic cycle starts to reverse, the yield starts to flatten. With…
What's the best thing to do immediately after losing a ton of money at stocks/particular counter?
This weekend, I am writing on this topic as my social media friends in IN got hit and injured, and I feel for them. When young, I also make silly errors, and I understand their predicament. The losses were heavy, and I lost all that I made working hard previously. We all learn along the way, by…
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This is the part 4 of the supply and demand strategy.
I will show how to define the range of a demand zone in this post.
Remember the first post i shared? These are are the patterns that i look for demand zones.
Below is an example of rally base rally pattern on the $V03 monthly chart:
To define the range of the base, use the last opening price of the red candle just before the rally as…
What is Market Depth?
Market Depth (MD), also known as Level 2 Market Data displays the number of Buy orders and Sell orders of each price level of a particular listed security (eg. stocks or ETFs), up to 20 levels of pending orders on each Buy and Sell side.
In simple terms, it shows the different price levels which buyers are willing to buy and sellers willing to sell at any given time where…
What kind of orders do you usually place when buying a stock? For me, I mostly perform limit order so that I do not pay too much slippage. It works well in SG where prices are not very volatile.
A market order is used to enter or exit a position quickly. It will be filled, but not necessarily at the price expected (called slippage).
A limit order is used to cap the amount that is paid on a buy…
OK, since TTI is in a good mood today, let me share a very important lesson/experience/concept/thought.
I never really understand why ppl actually experience FOMO. It just never really happened to me. Like never. Perhaps it's just my psyche. I always think, the world is so big, so many ppl at any 1 point, are making millions. What's FOMO? It's just your perception at that 1 puny incident that…
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