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Notes from How to Make Money In Stocks by William J ONeil.…

How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times and Bad, Fourth Edition

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Professional day traders that make money in the stock market on a daily basis are considered intraday traders. An intraday trader never holds a position overnight hence the term “intra-day”. Intraday traders are typically in positions from within a few minutes to possibly a few hours. Intraday traders are typically not as high frequency as scalpers but due trade more often than swing traders.

Not Letting Go: The other side of the “buy low, sell high” that investors forget how to make money in stocks by locking in those profits while they last. Often investors will fall in love with an investment that has done well, convinced that if it made 50% this year it will make 50% more next year. Unfortunately, that kind of track record isn’t common and it’s safer to trim back a bit before the stock loses its luster. If you sell half your shares, for instance, you lock in some profits while still participating in a little bit more upside should the run continue.

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pcolajoe More than 1 year ago
This book does what it says it will do, you can make money in stock investing by using this information. Beginners should "paper trade" at first, or use a very small percentage of their capital to start. It takes practice and experience to get a feel for it. Make sure you have a market that is going up, that is an increasing index, to make it a little easier for you. But it works, and takes a lot of the stress and uncertainly out of investing.

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Not Letting Go: The other side of the “buy low, sell high” that investors forget how to make money in stocks by locking in those profits while they last. Often investors will fall in love with an investment that has done well, convinced that if it made 50% this year it will make 50% more next year. Unfortunately, that kind of track record isn’t common and it’s safer to trim back a bit before the stock loses its luster. If you sell half your shares, for instance, you lock in some profits while still participating in a little bit more upside should the run continue.

Professional day traders that make money in the stock market on a daily basis are considered intraday traders. An intraday trader never holds a position overnight hence the term “intra-day”. Intraday traders are typically in positions from within a few minutes to possibly a few hours. Intraday traders are typically not as high frequency as scalpers but due trade more often than swing traders.