Which are the Best Stocks to Trade?

February 24, 2017 at 8:52 am Leave a comment

A big question-mark:


The US Stock exchanges lists about 3700 different stocks traded in the US, excluding Investment funds and trusts.

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But which are the best stocks to trade?

  • Stocks with a sound volume.
  • Most important: Stocks with an indication for a directional price move.
  • And, stocks with a solid option chain, option volume and open interest.

Unfortunately, most retail traders do not follow those principle, they trade:

  • Stock that are recommended.
  • The same set of assets over and over, even so they might not move.
  • Without having a repair strategy at entry, in case the trade goes wrong.

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