Sunday, November 5th, 2017

what are some of the good strategies in trading options and stocks?

Related Sites

    Comments

    7 Responses to “what are some of the good strategies in trading options and stocks?”
    1. inthewind99 says:

      you know I have tried paid services, read books and am convinced there are very very few people that can make money consistently trading options and stocks.

      i do not believe there is strategy that works, frankly.

    2. klarph says:

      Call Hillary Clinton.

    3. JGNFA19 says:

      There are definitely stratagies that work bc there are many people with lots of money because of them. There are tons of different stratagies to do. You can learn more on this site. http://adamsoptions.blogspot.com/

    4. stockpicker2010 says:

      Sure there is…
      First, decide how you want to play the markets. Are you a buy and hold guy, hoping to buy long-term stocks early and hold them until maturity? Or are you a short-term trader who looks for value in beaten-down stocks and buys low and sells high? Or are you a day trader who will play momentum and watch the ticker to sell at the peak?

      These are all very different strategies. It is up to you to decide how much stomach you have for risk and how much time you want to spend on your portfolio tending to your garden.
      There is no right or wrong answer. The problem most people have is that they do not know their own temperament and strategy. Once you understand your temperament and strategic approach, the rest is easy…look it up on Yahoo!
      Buy and hold
      short-term investing
      day trading…
      There are literally millions of articles that will help you decide good strategies. First, you have to find your heart in all of it.

      Best of luck to you!

    5. Nick C says:

      Best strategy, buy low, sell high!!!

    6. john d says:

      Lots of info here.

    7. jduck1979 says:

      Buy low, hold onto the shares for ages (like up to 20-30yrs) while they gain in value….. remember, the more often you buy & sell….. the more commission fees you have to pay….. which eat into any profit you earned – just repeat your 5 + 10 times tables, and you’ll see how much they’ll add up the more you buy & sell.

      Re-invest any & all Dividends earned in more stock so you’re entitled to more dividend next time round.

      But also regularly check how the company is performing since you initially invested, and know when the company is beyond all hope and it’s time to bail-out

    Speak Your Mind

    Tell us what you're thinking...
    and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

    *