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Posted on 03-04-17 12:21 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Dear Sajha members,
I have just recently started to buy and sell stock, I am doing more research on my own but if any of you have been doing investment for a period of a time and know how to do the research and investment I would like to learn from you or if you can tell me how to look at the trend and when or which to sell or buy.

Thank you,
 
Posted on 03-12-17 11:46 AM     [Snapshot: 1524]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Regarding Brokerage and Commissions - If it's free - you get what you pay for ! Robinhood App can be good for newbies trying to learn how to buy and sell but it's not for Experienced Traders or who buy and sell frequently in the market.

I would look into something like Etrade, TD Ameritrade etc. - They're top notch. It's not just about Commission rates - They've cut down commission rates to $6.95 recently. if you're investing $5,000 in a stock that $7 isn't that much. you get lots of tools etc.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 11:58 AM     [Snapshot: 1536]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mutual funds and ETFs are less volatile. I like to go for those.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:02 PM     [Snapshot: 1548]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am thinking of buying AMID, CDXS, and EMKR, I am trying to make a diversity portfolio distributing 10k in these three or may be more, so far these are the stocks I am planning to buy this week, any more ideas guys
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:09 PM     [Snapshot: 1558]     Reply [Subscribe]
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They are good still. Low priced. High div. But you see price volatility is too high.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:11 PM     [Snapshot: 1563]     Reply [Subscribe]
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thanks @rshr,
thank you for your reply, I am still in catch 22 , I really want to invest but not sure which one, I am still learning and researching
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:13 PM     [Snapshot: 1566]     Reply [Subscribe]
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i'm going to buy BKCC.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:17 PM     [Snapshot: 1569]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@rshr, I have just sent you a dm, and how long are you planing to hold on BKCC, I am in bay area, BKCC is very close from where i work
 
Posted on 03-12-17 12:53 PM     [Snapshot: 1602]     Reply [Subscribe]
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What tools are provided by commission brokerage firms?
 
Posted on 03-12-17 1:17 PM     [Snapshot: 1617]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@Manuwa,

First of all, Robinhood is just an App, it's doesn't have any other platform (website trading or desktop based app) - so for active traders that do many trades, mobile App is not what they would prefer, it would be impossible to do trading based on Mobile App. But, if you want to buy and hold a stock for long term then it maybe for you.

Brokerage firms like Etrade, TD Ameritrade have robust trading platforms designed for Active traders, they also offer their Website for trading and also Mobile App. Think of this way, Stock market is like a battlefield, and with Robinhood App you're going in a battlefield with a Knife whereas everyone else is coming with a machine gun. Again, this only applies if someone is active trading.
They do offer things like Level II quotes which are very useful if you're day trading, you can see the price movement and what the bid/ask size is lining up etc. Also, i do not want to invest lot of money in an App based trading.


If you have $200k to deposit in Nepal, would you deposit that money in big banks like Nabil, Himalayan etc or deposit in a smaller finance company (to get more interest rates) and worry all the time ? With big banks, you'll get access to online banking and you'd be able to check your balance and talk to a customer service and have a peace of mind. ?   or you don't care about those services but you want to get more interest rates and deposit in smaller finance companies ? 

Every individual has their own preferences. 
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Posted on 03-12-17 1:47 PM     [Snapshot: 1647]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here's my watchlist for this week: 1) ADAP Long set up: - If this stock manages to break $4.71 with good volume, i think it will try to test the first resistance around $5.50 . If that $5.50 resistance is taken out, we test $7.5 to $8 . Keep in mind it has earnings scheduled before Market opens tomorrow, if there's no negative thing in the Quarterly report then these technicals come into play.

Of course, these are my opinions only.


 
Posted on 03-12-17 2:08 PM     [Snapshot: 1664]     Reply [Subscribe]
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ADAP is not for dividend. Very risky.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 2:23 PM     [Snapshot: 1675]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@Rshr I did say in the previous post: "I buy the risky ones, especially the ones with Low Float and mostly biotech stocks"

I usually keep most of these positions anywhere between a day to 3/6 months timeframe, i don't keep them for very long time unless i like something very much. It depends. For me, dividend paying stocks are boring. The plays that i do make me engaged everyday and i find it interesting. More Risk More Gain !

 
Posted on 03-12-17 2:45 PM     [Snapshot: 1686]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Everyday you trade. Sounds good. I like it.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 3:42 PM     [Snapshot: 1684]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here is my watchlist for this coming week. All the flagged ones I am looking for short setup and the rest for Long setup. I also look for stock that is gapping up pre market to add in my watchlist everyday to day trade. In and Out.

Gold is looking to rebound therefore I am looking to short via $DUST(Inverse ETF for gold) - this one has better range and nice price action.

$NVDA still showing short term bearish signal.

$SHLD I am looking for continuation move from Friday. Lots of short here. Might get some squeeze.

$IBB (Biotech ETF) looks like it is going to breakout so most of individual biotech stock I am looking for long setup intraday like $CLVS, $ACAD ...

I am just not going to jump in the trade. I will have to see the setup that I like such as spike to resistance , flags and so on with good risk to reward.





 
Posted on 03-12-17 3:59 PM     [Snapshot: 1688]     Reply [Subscribe]
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RING and DUST seems similar.
 
Posted on 03-12-17 4:25 PM     [Snapshot: 1736]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I have 3 accounts, one in tradeking, one roobinhood, and one just2trade (whotrades). Among them, i frequently use just2trade as it is cheap, $2.5 per trade and also good for penny stocks.

 
Posted on 03-12-17 4:47 PM     [Snapshot: 1756]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Which one is best for option trading? Can we hear experiences on trading options?
 
Posted on 03-12-17 8:15 PM     [Snapshot: 1801]     Reply [Subscribe]
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For option trading, the one below is highly regarded: https://www.thinkorswim.com/t/innovation.html You will have to download the application.


 
Posted on 03-13-17 7:50 AM     [Snapshot: 1881]     Reply [Subscribe]
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ADAP my watch list just hit my first target of around $5.50 which I mentioned yesterday . Hit $5.45 was up +13% in earlier trading !
 
Posted on 03-13-17 8:02 AM     [Snapshot: 1887]     Reply [Subscribe]
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ADAP so easy money 💰 $$$ +15%
 



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