Ten Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Day Trading
By - HSeldon2020
Nice write up! I’ve never been a day trader and likely never will be but I enjoyed the read
Where the fuck did the op go. I saved it for reading tonight.
Now I'm never gonna be rich :(
some people wont like what you're doing. i'm neutral about it. there are a lot of problems with what you're doing but that's not to say that it can't make you money day trading. Some other key things: what you're doing is specific to retail investors. Big funds can't day trade like you because of regulations and size. Another is Quality of Life. A lot of people including myself don't think it's worth trading your time to sit in front of computer all day looking at random squiggly lines. If that's what you want to do good for you. There are also plenty of other issues with your post but it's your money so you do you, but you definitely should not allude what you're saying or doing with any kind of actual advice.
11) Most day traders lose money
Yes they do. Because they don’t realize how hard it is and how much work is involved. Check out my other post on day trading for a living.
Or maybe it’s because trading on technicals is vodoo.
Price action isn't random. Just because you don't understand how to read charts, doesn't mean it is voodoo.
But for some reason hedge funds factor in TA/PA for their entries and exits? Why would they do that if it’s “voodoo”? Sure technical indicators like MACD and fractals indicator may be as good as gambling, but you can not deny that support and resistance zones and some chart patterns are definitely telltale signs of future price action.
Hedge funds can't beat the market on aggregate so they must have inherently bad strategies or they wouldn't lose.
OR hedge funds have too much money to put into their highest resolution algos so they have to diversify which weakens their returns. It's tough to beat the market when you are playing with 100s of thousands of shares at a time and hitting a liquidity wall. It's why good and experienced day traders don't trade more than 20-40k shares at a time. There's only so much money to take from the market at any given time.
So how exactly are there Day Traders who do this for a living? Have I been paying my bills, children’s education, etc. by being lucky year after year?
Day trading as a living is very tempting. How long have you been doing it
5 years, took the first 2 to be consistently profitable. I have a post on how I started.
Thanks! I hope I can find this post later- i am interested in reading about it.
Yeah? Sorry to say but all studies show that trusting technicals is as about as smart as reading tarot cards. Can you show *any peer review data claiming otherwise*? Any factual studies at all?
I've tried, Warren motherf*cking buffet true. There *is no such studies, no proof it works* because it doesn't. Now that light hurt your feelings but it's the truth. I got lucky and made a 200% on airplamws despite bad technicals. That's *luck* and unlike you I won't get broke believing in nonsense
Ok - we’re all fake - we come here to help people. People demand proof of our actual jobs, we provide it and then are told that the proof is photoshopped. So why bother? Thankfully enough people have been helped, some I trade with everyday now and also make a good living, despite people like yourself rooting for us to fail. And I’ve been full time for 3 years, trading for 5, but I guess that’s been all luck too.
Don't reply to the haters they will not understand it's not worth it, and also how much $ are you making replying to these guys, $0. So their opinion doesn't matter bro 🤏
Yes you’re right. Sigh.
Those studies are a joke. They dont use actual TA in the studies. Price action TA based on trend and levels is very real.
Consistently? For years? Yes that is statistically impossible. I’ve had 28 straight profitable months.
On Friday CAT dropped below its major SMA, while being weak to the market (SPY goes up on the 5 min, CAT goes down), I short it, and take close to $5 a share on that short. Yesterday I did the opposite on NIO.
I make roughly 20 trades a day and over the last year my win % is 87.3.
That's a respectable win rate.
What is your rate for longs on a down day, and shorts on an up day?
Yes, you got lucky. Period.
It is statistically impossible to have a win rate over 85% for three straight years, averaging over 20 trades a day, every day and it be luck
It. Is. Day. Trading. Every day is either a bull or bear market, I’m holding these stocks for less than a day, some are short, some long. What is so confusing about that? It makes no difference what type of market it is.
no amount of work you do can make you a successful day trader. At the end of the day too much randomness is involved with intraday movements. The reasons why most fail is because they double down when a trade goes against them or ride it out instead of cutting losses and trying another setup.
Sorry, but it is possible to make a living daytrading.
It's not for everyone but you can make it happen.
Stock market movements are not random. They're only as random as playing poker or any other probability-based game.
The average person is not good at poker. However, professionals are very good at it. And it's not random success when you do it over and over again.
You need a proper system with risk management in place.
To be fair, I have never heard wealthy people say the majority of the money they’ve earned came from daytrading
It can be a cool way to make some money on the side, sure, but I highly doubt it can substitute for a career
>be fair, I have never heard wealthy people say the majority of the money they’ve earned came from daytrading
So because you have 0 anecdotal evidence of someone making a fortune from daytrading, it's not possible. Great logic there.
>It can be a cool way to make some money on the side, sure, but I highly doubt it can substitute for a career
There are entire careers based on trading. What do you think big investment banks do? They have entire divisions of traders from equities to bonds to commodities.
Many of these successful people then split off and do their own thing. Either open up a hedge fund or do a family office investment division.
Some people are entrepreneurial, learn to trade, have a system and profit from it like any other professional does.
Just because you can't do it, or hear how a bunch of people can't do it without losing money, doesn't mean some people can't do it.
Passive investing into ETFs is not the only way to become wealthy.
In fact, I've never heard of someone create a big fortune by buying a generic $SPY ETF their entire lives.
Once again, these comments are funny. You realize there are many many successful day traders, right? For the past three years I’ve paid my bills, and lived very comfortably, supporting my family, from being a consistently profitable trader. So has many others. I trade with people more successful than myself, and watch them every day. But no, you keep thinking it’s a myth
I think sometimes folks do not realize what they have accomplished may not apply to everyone regarding their success or failures.
Thank you for posting. I had been steadily gaining about $200/day recently trading about half my account. One FOMO trade wiped out a big chunk of my gains. You’re right, small wins are key, and getting too carried away is dangerous. I have only dabbled in scalping and maybe hold for a few days. I have missed large upswings due to thinking trades won’t keep winning.
Start analyzing the price/chart action around where you miss your upswings and when you take profit. Apply different indicators - momentum (oscillators), volume (OBV), volatility (Bollinger Bands) - to those movements and see if there's hidden information or correlations you're missing that makes some trades balloon while others fail. Once you see something you think might explain the difference, backtest it 100 times/year for the past 5 years in a variety of market conditions. I've recently been doing abbreviated backtesting from this month (middling), December 2020 (bullish) and March 2020 (bearish). If the price action is consistent and reliable across ALL those periods (say a price action is predicted by a particular indicator or volume change 60% of the time), THEN AND ONLY THEN do you start trading it and developing a plan around it.
I promise you that if you do the work you'll figure it out and be profitable. 95% or whatever of people look at that paragraph and say fuck it, I don't need to do that. Be in the 5% or you'll keep watching the world and it's beautiful green benjis fly without you.
Can you dm me some links to watch. ?
The S&P is up 55% over the past three years. Have you back tested your returns over other three year periods?
12.) don’t buy the bullshit you sell.
I think you’re confusing day trading with long term investing. Every day you’re starting with zero positions and ending the day that way. We trade a down day and an up day.
Yeah the people in this thread are just clueless. Its like statistics isn't math to them
Seriously it is shocking the level of ignorance here.
Don't be shocked that most people are stupid. They just are.
Where did I say in my post it was a myth? There is a very small percentage of people who actually make consistent profits with day trading, the majority fail. That’s just the statistics.
I think the true test of a day trader's skills are in a bear market. It's easy to make money in a bull market. We all can do that but profiting from bear scenarios is where there is divergence.
Day trading is about managing risk, and while its not easy at all, it is very simple when broken down. The problem is, too many traders underestimate how much work is involved (I also underestimated it)
When institutions and funds get in and out of positions, day traders can hop in and follow that trade/trend and then get out when volume comes in/dries up. There is 1000's of strategies, and just because you gave up/didn't try, doesn't mean its not possible =)
There is a lot of randomness in the charts, no doubt about that. Whether the market is up, down or sideways, day traders can make money through careful analysis of the charts and fundamentals. With trading, you are making a bet the price will move one way or the other, you don't think its possible to deduce the correct direction, and make a consistent profit day after day? There's a lot of smart people out there doing this every week, and have been since markets have been around, which is hundreds of years by now.
That's like saying a person can't be a professional poker player and make money doing so.
I never said it isn’t possible, i said most fail. There are a small percentage of consistently profitable day traders, but the majority are not profitable. That’s just the statistics.
It's like playing chess. Watching for patterns makes you better. Earnings season is cyclic so you can see when various stocks bottom out and start to rise on expectations. You can make calculated gambles on how big stocks with a track record will move as they approach earnings. There's also the old head and shoulders reaction of an event to stock. Bouncing ball syndrome, etc. There's various ways to get familiar but equally it doesn't take much to go red in a big way if something tanks. But it's all risk.
No, because if it was anything other than majority must lose then entire world economy would collapse overnight. If every person had the ability to stay at home and click buttons on a computer screen whilst in their underwear and masturbating with the free hand, and somehow money was produced practically out of thin air with respect to the fact that absolutely zero tangible value was added to the greater good or society in general then absolutely no one would show up to their respective jobs and the world would stop functioning.
Wow - you do realize it takes years to be a successful trader right?
Do you share your PnL?
There is someone on the other side of those trades?
This is the nature of all things in life. Any time there's competition, most lose, otherwise it wouldn't be a competition.
People put thousands of hours into becoming pro athletes, musicians, artists and those probably have a lower success rate. I doubt most day traders put in a thousand hours before trading real money.
Someone else used the example of professional poker. Another good example of something most people will fail at.
Where tf did the post go
This sub probably thinks you need to be protected from the scary notion of day trading. God forbid you make your own conclusions
Piggy backing on the FOMO comment: There's always another one. People feel like they missed out on whatever squeeze, rocket ship stock move. GME, PLTR, AMC... There is always always going to be another one, so don't jump because you think its a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Dude, 100% accurate. I remember the HMNY (movie pass) going from $3-$38 in a couple of days. Last year at this time NIO was trading at a little over $2 and peaked in the $60s like 6 months later. Before all that AMD at $2 now $81. TSLA from $200-$2200. Of course GME and AMC. On "smaller" scales. Amazon 3x the last 5 years. CLOV, RKT, TLRY, and other 2x in days. All this year. PBF down to $5 up to $15, down to $6 and back up to $18.
You won't time them a but you don't have to!
You left out WKhS 😶🌫️
I was day trading before it had a name, online and NOT free for sure. 1994 ish. Made some, lost some. I learned a lot and do OK. I trade to make money. Sometimes that happens pre market, sometimes during the market in a few hours, sometimes a day, sometimes a week. So I guess I am a profit trader. Generally the less time I own a stock the better since the exposure is always a factor if you own it. I'm not big on holding over the week ends if I can avoid it but I actually am as I write this. Mostly play the same stocks over and over, add some, drop some.
This sub actively hates day trading, and active trading of any type, admittedly for the valid reason that it's really easy to lose a lot when you start. TBH if you want to teach people, you are better off posting elsewhere, including r/pennystocks or WSB.
But, overall, this is excellent advice. My first year I lost a bunch - did well dodging the COVID crash and trading on the way down, but kept expecting a double-bottom and didng stick to tight SLs on shorts. The past 18 mo. I've managed to beat the market fairly substantially. Not a day trader, more of an intermediate-term swing trader, and even that's a fair amount of extra work.
But yeah - when you first start you don't know shit. I'm a former political economy professor, and while that provides an excellent basis for fundamentals analysis and understanding which sectors are safer/riskier in a given quarter, it's not helpful for the actual dynamics of how to place orders, setting up a screening system, etc.
I don’t trade penny stocks or meme stocks, nor do I do morning gappers. These subs don’t know what day trading really is
I'll buy pennies, but only if I've done real DD on the stock and understand the market conditions. But I also don't hold them looking for multibaggers - too easy to get hit by dilution.
What people don't get, and takes the longest time to learn, at least for IT swing trading, is how to fuse fundamentals and technicals. Fundamentals and sector screening tell you where to look, Technicals tell you entries and exits.
The other thing they don't get is that its portfolio returns, not individual stock returns. So many people think TA is BS because they see busted patterns on single trades and don't get that it's just another risk management tool that helps identify consolidation patterns, ranges, etc.
I generally don't do memes either. I *am* annoyed that I almost bought AMC at $2 before it became a meme and got scared off by the bankruptcy talks. But v0v.
I'll add one more.
It's not a competition. My buddy got me into trading. We discuss our trades, wins and losses. Sometimes I feel myself wanting to "beat" him. This causes you. to make reckless trades (I'm looking at you Palantir...and you silver.).
Don't compare yourself to someone else. There's always going to be someone with a bigger gain/account. It's about making money. It's not a team sport. It's not a competition.
Agreed. I enjoy discussing the trades with other traders afterwards. It’s definitely a team sport.
Post was removed. Any other place I can find it?
Don't know why this was deleted. You had some great advice.
Wow, thank you for the plethora of information. A great read. Aspiring to attempt to trade for a living and this was a gold mine. Again thank you for the information and taking the time to put this together.
Scalping over a few minutes? Man my scalps last seconds
Yes of course I’ve had one that are 5 seconds and some where it is briefly consolidating and I’m out in a few minutes
Love the write up, but my favorite part was number 10. "Oh shit my scalp isn't going well, let me go post a reddit thread detailing what is going on and request advice!"
Reminds me of "The IT Crowd" when they are emailing the fire dept to report a fire
Nice job on putting it all together as you do and see it, help information for sure.
Well put post.
It’s a hard thing to learn and you have to find a robotic way to start so you don’t let your emotions get in the way. Eventually you will start to gain and intuitiveness and you will be able to adapt more to your trades and buy and sell points.
But plan your risk out before you enter the trade.
The lesson I learned was to play out my risk tolerance before I hit the buy. Helps keep my emotions on check both on the gains and losses.
Me reading this after putting 1k in CLOV
This is the way?
When I talk to people about day trading, I tell them the biggest difference between day traders trading stocks like AMC vs the people there for the movement, is that day traders are looking for small, consistent gains. People holding stocks for homeruns/long term investments are very different.
A good day trader wants a positive win% with their trades and make multiple trades(depending on the type of day-trading you do) a day with a small, consistent gain on each trade. 3-5% a day makes you more than you think, even if you don't do it multiplicity.
Great write up my friend, good luck.
People who say “It can’t be done,” are always being interrupted by somebody doing it. Good on you, OP. Keep working at it and bathing in your successes.
Luck is where preparation meets opportunity. The naysayers will always have something to say. Lots of talkers out there, few doers. All of them too afraid to stick their neck out , put in the extra time, and strive to be better.
I have a couple of good friends who day trade for a living, both 10+ years and there is no voodoo or magic behind it. Just a couple of dedicated , smart and patient men. Best way I can describe them as is stoic traders. Emotions are completely kept out of the equation. They have good weeks, and bad weeks, but over the years they have done very well.
I appreciate the tips and time you took posting this.
Good stuff. Learned mostly the hard way. Where can I find your Friday Lotto? Edit: Found it.
Great, let me know if you have any questions
hey man, what trading platform do you use? i've been using thinkorswim for the past month now and i really like it, but if there is a better one or if there is something about tos you don't i would appreciate the info! thanks for sharing
I also use ThinkorSwim. I like Finviz Elite and OptionStalker as scanners as well.
how do you manage the lag through thinkorswim? friday morning was unacceptable?
I had to change the memory settings because yes it was unbearable
[Take your advice](https://www.reddit.com/r/Daytrading/comments/mxb28l/simple_rule_for_a_better_forum/) and stop spamming posts like this one. The last thing people new to investing and trading need is being taught by others who started trading in the past year, amidst the biggest bull market run in history, with the VIX averaging higher than ever, where every penny turns green over night, where you can 10x your investment with meme stocks.
Wait till the music is over, I'm curious how will you do in the next 2-3- years.
u/redditspeechcensor is right. These posts are superfluous.
If you read any of my posts or bothered to check you’d see I’ve been trading for a living for the past five years.
Sure you did, mister HSeldon2020. Started posting 7 months ago, but is [unaware of what might cause](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/l6fjt8/seriously_who_the_hell_is_selling/) a stock's price to change, specially one overvalued to the tits.
I made 1.3M$ in the past 14 months yet you don't see me preaching gospel. Let's face it, discipline for a beginner gets you so far when the market itself does 90% of the job right now.
Obviously AMC is overvalued, it is also primarily retailed owned. I could care less how much you made. Actual traders avoid these subs because of people like yourself. If you don’t want to help people, then don’t.
I don't want to help people because I'm aware what I did was only because of luck.
On the other hand people like you misdirect others into thinking this has nothing to do with a market full to the tits on Quantitative easing policies.
If I’ve only traded for a year I might agree. My win % in 2019 was 85.6%, in 2020 it’s 87.2%. But that’s luck, right?
wr tells nothing without risk/reward ratio, but I'm sure you're perfectly aware of that.
Besides, I never said it's not possible. There are definitely consistent traders out there. Are you one of them? Maybe. Frankly I don't care, I just needed to vent on these types of generic posts like this one. If someone finds them useful then power to them. Didn't mean to take it on you so I apologize for that.
I'll always root for the little guy in a market designed for the rich by the rich
Thanks, appreciate that and understand. My Ratio in 2021 is over 2.4 which is lower than 2020.
This. Also: https://ibb.co/0qGdGqk
Yes that offer stands
Have you ever day traded meme stocks?
OP great post. I only dabble for fun and am familiar with most of your ideas but that was a great rundown. Also, great username. I see you mentioned you were also a former professor of sociology. Nicely done.
Thanks - glad you caught the reference.
Brilliant. I read the comments on some of your other posts and see I’m not the first. I’m 54 so perhaps it’s an age thing. Good luck with your trades; glad you’re doing well!
Great information! Thank you for the insight. I’m surprised I actually understood.
Glad it helped.
What type of trade are your most preferred or most used/profitable?
When I think of daytrading, I always thought that it’s 99% scalping a predicted move.
Read my other post on Day Trading for a living - I’d say it’s about 5-10%.
So to hit on no.3.. if the reason i entered a trade is still viable.. continue to hold despite the profit or loss
In an oversimplified answer - generally yes.
Thanks for sharing.. im going to save this post for later.. ive got a trade im workin on was up 150% dropped to 75 and workin my way back up
Care to share what the trade is? I’ll happily take a look
Lol i think you know... the trade that shall not be named here
Damn i shouldve said its an old brick and mortar store.. thats turning everything around into more of an e-commerce business and they added a few new members to the board coming from amazon, google, and chewy to help in the transition to online
Lol - best of luck to you!
Thanks .. i will be back to pick your brain in a couple months whenever this plays out
Thanks for your valuable insight! I take the opportunity to learn as much as possible at every opportunity so I will continue to follow your posts. I do have a question though and that’s whether or not you are familiar with the “wheel” strategy. If so, it is something you have done and is it more worthwhile than day trading spreads?
I am. It’s fine, I just don’t use it. I only sell Puts on a stock I want to own at that price.
Thanks for your input. I watched a video on it and understand how and why it works but i keep thinking it’s more labor intensive than other strategies and probably pays around the same.
New guy here. Great post - thanks for putting this out there.
Wsb got me into this. What are your thoughts on that sub?
Great content! Thanks for posting.
Ignore all of the haters. This sub has oddly dogmatic view points that the only way to participate in the market is buying and holding index funds and technicals are pseudoscience
I'm not a trader but I wanted to say thank you for posting.
These stock sub reddits need more posts from people like you who are willing to teach and share wisdom
Thanks for this post. Great info.
How the fuck go you double a 5k account in a month without doing high risk options. Can you give an example?
With weekends there's only 22 trading days the average month, getting 5k profit would require 227.27 per day, which is about 5%. 5% every day and no downside just seems impossible, even if you go all in on every trade.
Thanks for the write up. I've been looking into easing my way into day trading and found this post to be quite useful. Not sure why others are trying to shit on your post.
Whst happened to the post.
why was it deleted?
1. Don't day trade.
It’s my full-time job, has been for years. It’s also the job of many many others. I guess we should all quit, huh? Damn, now I have to find something else to do thanks to your sage advice.
I needed to hear all 10 of these. Thank you!
Happy to hear it helped you!
Saved! Thank you for the great write up!
I’m always interested in these posts mainly because I question why they believe they have anything of value to share. This is the internet ffs, you could be some Nobel prize winning scientist or some McDonald’s wagie for all anyone here knows. And your lack of providing any evidence of your “status” as long term profitable day trader makes this that much more suspicious. Why not mention what your rate of return compared to the index is over a time span? I’m not saying you’re a larp but you easily could be one for all anyone knows (and the odds of that are quite high).
Edit - To all the dumbshits here downvoting me, he is selling a membership to some options flow website. https://ibb.co/0qGdGqk
I hear you. That’s why I always check the profile and other posts.
Give this a read, it answers your question:
I took your advice and did a quick bground check.
Confirmed - this dude is a whackadoo, pay no attention. Thanks for sharing your advice. I'll take what I want from it and disgard the rest, just like any other rational person would..
His comment and post history...
I have the urge to clarify....
I'm not talking about you, OP. The time and effort you spent offering your advice and experiences in this post is much appreciated. Thanks for sharing!
With all due respect, that post doesn’t address the concern at all. In fact it’s dismissive of it entirely on the absurd basis that “an attorney shouldn’t have to provide a copy of their law degree”. And quite frankly if I was soliciting law advise from reddit - which I wouldn’t - I would demand evidence of that individuals credentials.
So we have circled back to, random internet person seeks to give advice to novices who don’t know what they don’t know and don’t know if the advice provided is good or shit. And you refuse to provide any type of credentials to suggest that your opinion and/or advice is any more or less valid that anyone else’s.
Seriously - either take the advice or don’t. Over the past year I’ve help hundreds of traders on here, some of which I trade with now on a daily basis. I trade every day in a chat room, posting my trades live. If you want evidence, then come watch me trade. And again, why exactly do I care if you question it or not? Ok, so you don’t take the advice - great, don’t take it. For all I know you have never made a trade in your life, or you’re an extremely successful trader - guess what, I don’t care - if what you said makes sense, I’ll consider it. I’ve played this game before of showing some random stranger screenshots only to hear - “those are photoshopped!”. Not going down that road again. Be cynical, I’m happy for you.
Your response is very passive aggressive and quite odd. If you have a trading chat room where you help people, why not just link it? That seems more effective than going on a rant about how you don’t care about what I do or do not think. Shrug.
It’s not passive aggressive, it’s annoyance. And I don’t shill for any place, whether I trade there or not. If you want the name of it, DM me and I’ll happily give it to you.
Only Trump was saying the market would crash if Biden got elected. Everyone else figured the Dems would print more money and market would keep pumping.
9 in general is bullshit. Yes, if you don't know your shit, your guesses are worthless. But paying attention to macro events and news is important for context, and every trader or investor would be better off trying to form an opinion to find an edge.
I was able to make a ton of money on the COVID crash by going long TMF for a few days because it was obvious to me what was coming, and what effect that would have on both the economy and markets when the fear truly hit.
Not Biden getting elected - the general consensus among financial analysts was that if the Senate went to the Dems (meaning they won both of their seats, which they did) that the market would react negatively to the lack of “check” on economic policies (notably taxes). The opposite happened.
And I’m sure you’re amazing at predicting the market.
I'm sure you're amazing at predicting short term stock moves.
Don’t daytrade. Perhaps OP is a member of the minuscule percentage of exceptionally talented traders that consistently profits, but the vast, vast majority will lose.
And that’s primarily because they are over confident, to emotional with their trades, or straight up don’t know what they’re doing. There’s a lot of people who day trade for a living and have done so for years. And what do these people have in common? They all know their stuff, aren’t emotional with their trades, and aim to be humble with their winnings and understand their losses
Thank you! And yes, most fail because they don’t seem to get how hard it is. But there are many who do this for a living. They avoid these subs like the plague because of the toxic skepticism
Yeah, even the specific day trading subreddit gets hit with people whinging about us ‘only thinking short term’ or that ‘you should only buy to hold forever’.
It’s just sad that people are so opinionated on how 1 person tries to make a legal living. Me buying and selling 500 shares in Tesla in the space of a minute and a half isn’t exactly harmful to general investors
All this tells me is to basically put your money on a stock and hope it goes up and that you somehow time it right.
Yes. I have an 87.3% success rate using that exact strategy. Try trading my other posts before making assumptions.
Glad you liked it.
Number 1 should be: Day trading is for suckers LOL
Yes YOU shouldn’t do it, that much is certain.
Thank you for the info!
Is there any paid software/service that you recommend? This could be both for trading and research.
Yes but you’d have to DM me, it’s against the rules to post anything like that.
Thanks for posting!
interesting. appreciate the time it took for you to write this up.
Love the post!!
*Continues to go to wsb to pump memestocks and the next big “squeeze”*
Hey this is a great write up. Solid
Why does this always happen.. I see it for 10ms and then just [removed] 😒
Thanks for the great info!!!
Thank you for the quality post! Don't worry, haters gonna hate.
I'm a complete stock novice and at this point its mostly just something that's caught my eye as interesting. I don't have a ton of time to put toward stocks, but I've gotten a small bit of fun money in it to try things through trial and error. Your posts have been some of the most interesting things I've read on the topic. Thank you. And I'm super disappointed the mods removed it, but if the text is still available maybe r/stockmarket would keep it?