ChristianNailedIt

@Dragonrider Super noob question here. When buying should you put in a price that meets the seller to get your trade executed quickly (versus trying to put up your own price)? And for selling, should you immediately go to a buyer's ask to get your shares sold quickly? Anyone's response would be helpful, thanks!

Dragonrider
Dragonrider Dec 14, 17 10:12 AM

If you have an account below $25k use a market order to get out. This way you guarantee that all your shares will be covered. Otherwise you run the risk of not covering all of your shares and wasting more than one day trade. Of course, if you held the stock overnight then it is not considered a day trade and you can use as many limit orders as you want to cover your stock. The most important thing to short selling is to limit your losses. Have your market escape order prepared in advance (a

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ChristianNailedIt

@timothysykes finally got into all this... Opened my Etrade account last week and have been looking at stocks. I spotted MBOT yesterday without your alerts and saw the perfect time to buy today but I didn't because I wasn't confident enough yet. I could've BANKED today though! It was perfect! I now fully realize how predictable this is, thank you Tim! I can't wait to get the next dip buying opportunity. Don't worry I'll wait for the right setup :)

ChristianNailedIt
ChristianNailedIt Jun 01, 17 4:37 PM

Oh and I spotted 4 other stocks with the exact same setup. This is awesome.

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