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How to Make Profitable Momentum Trades
As with any other decision involving money, humans tend to get emotional when it comes to trading. Momentum stock plays bring tremendous volatility. This can mean major fluctuations in account balances, and it can be quite unnerving to watch. How can a trader approach the outstanding potential of a momentum play and capture profit from the opportunity, given the difficulty of the situation?
So lets try to explain what is a MOMO Play A slang term used to describe an advanced trading strategy based purely on momentum. In a momo play, the trader is not interested in the company’s fundamentals, only in the short-term direction of a security’s price movement. As such, momo plays are used solely by day traders, not by buy-and-hold investors
That’s a good question. There is no foolproof solution when it comes to stock trading, but there are some ways to improve your chances. The first is doing your due diligence. For example: avoid companies with large convertible notes, as they would be likely to dilute into heavier volume. Additionally, don’t buy in as the volume is starting to fade. The key is to get in while the volume is starting to heat up and to get out before things cool back down. This will help you avoid holding worthless bags.
Finally, be sure to book profits early and often. Much like trading a news play or any other type of investment, things that go up do come back down. It is senseless to watch your account balloon on paper and realize none of the gains because the stock comes back down while you are holding on for more gains.
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