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Category Archives: Trading
Posts covering day trading, stock market forecasts, and events to look for that are likely to impact market performance.
Investing professionals are salivating at the prospect of day trading Facebook shares in the coming weeks due to the sudden expected increase in float of the issue as several tranches of restricted (or “lock-up”) shares come on the market. We … Continue reading →
And so it is finally here; QE3 has been effectively announced by the Federal Reserve today, with monthly asset purchases continuing via Operation Twist and expanding via further mortgage backed securities purchases. The goal: continue to drive long term rates … Continue reading →
The market continues to punish holders of Facebook stock in light of its less than world beating earnings announcment. The future continues to look dim from this trader’s point of view, and that’s unusual for me. I tend to be … Continue reading →