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The Alerts channel will provide stock and option alerts. Specific format may differ depending on which of our admins post the alerts The following example outlines the different elements of an option alert.
Risk management is the most important element of trading. In addition to trading with only what you can afford to lose, you should also never risk too much of your capital on any one given trade.
When thinking about how many shares or contracts to enter into a trade with, keep in mind what percentage of your capital you are willing to risk on that trade. What that number is will always come down to you, your trading style, and your tolerance for risk, but as a general rule of thumb, we like to recommend that you risk no more than 5-10% of your capital on any one given trade.
Our most popular service is our stock and option alert room, where our team with a combined 40 years of trading experience brings you real time entry, price update, and exit signals.
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You can get started with any amount! However, one thing you’ll want to keep in mind is that the smaller your starting capital, the more commissions and fees will negatively impact your account balance. The most important rule of trading is to ONLY trade with money you can afford to lose.
Before funding your trading account with any amount, ask yourself “if I lost 100% of this money, would I be okay with that?”. If – and only if – the answer is yes, should you consider moving forward with your deposit.
Choosing a good broker is important to your success as a trader. There are a lot of options to choose from which will offer different fee structures, order capabilities, and user experiences.
Many websites offer comparisons between different brokerages. www.stockbrokers.com is a good place to start. When comparing brokerages, always keep in mind what works best for you and your trading style.
If you would like more information as to which brokerages our team recommends, reach out to us in General Chat!
Remember that just like your stop losses and risk per trade, your profit targets are also at the sole discretion of you as a trader. Any trim/exit updates in our Alert Room are merely suggestions from our team.
If you’re not sure of what profit target you should be setting, our team has some suggestions and recommendations (note: dollar amounts are for illustrative purposes only)
Double your Stop Loss % → for example if you’ve entered into a trade for $100 and your stop loss is set at 10% ($90), you may want to consider setting your profit target at 20% gain ($120).
Recover your Principal → this tends to apply more in situations where multiple contracts/shares have been purchased. Recovering your principal investment in a trade reduces your risk of loss on that trade to $0, and is a great way to manage risk!
For example, if you bought 10 contracts at $20 each (for a total of $200) and the price of the contracts goes to $25, you could sell 8 of your 10 contracts for $200 ($25 x 8), and recover your initial investment. Now you can’t lose any money on this trade, and you can sell the remaining contract at any time to lock in your profit on the remaining two contracts.
Exactly what price you need to sell at in order to recover your investment will vary, but some guidelines are as follows:
- If you are up 25% on a trade, you would need to sell 4/5th of your position (or 80%)
- If you are up 50% on a trade, you would need to sell 2/3rd of your position (or 67%)
- If you are up 100% on a trade, you would need to sell 1/2 of your position (or 50%) note: if you are up 100% on a trade, it’s also never a bad idea to lock in your profits and exit the trade; you’ve just doubled your investment!
There isn’t really a defined “too late” when it comes to a trade entry. The following information might help you better time your entries.
The first and most important thing to remember by far is that all trade entries and exits are at your discretion as a trader and dependent on your trading style.
Another important rule to remember is to never chase profits! This includes getting back into a trade that you just exited from after you see it continuing to go up in price. The market will always present more opportunities for trades!
When an update is posted to a previous alert, look at when the original alert was posted, as it could have been issued from minutes, days, to even weeks ago! Remember that the closer you are to an option expiry date. The faster the option loses value due to theta → or time decay. More information is available on theta and other stock and option indicators in our Education Room!
After an entry is updated, our team will post updates to existing positions as the stock and option prices move. Updates will include one or more of the following and will display as a reply to the original entry alert.
Most Recent Price
% gain from entry
Stopped → indicating that the stop loss level for that trade was hit and the trade has been exited
Move up Stop Loss → raise the level of the stop loss (usually to entry)
Trim → some of the initial position has been sold at this price
Exit → the position has been closed and the trade is now over. Note: price updates may still be posted after an exit from a trade.
NOTE: OUR TEAM WILL NEVER PROVIDE INFORMATION AS TO NUMBER OF CONTRACTS OR SHARES PURCHASED IN ANY ALERT. POSITION SIZING IS AT THE SOLE DISCRETION OF YOU AS A TRADER!
Below is an example of a price update to a previously issued alert
The Stock & Options Alerts channel will feature alerts from our team in real time. Specific format may differ depending on which of our admins post the alerts. The following example outlines the different elements of an option entry alert
In addition to the above you may also see one or more of the following mentioned in any alert:
STOP or SL → Stop Loss
Target → Profit Target
NOTE: ALL PROFIT AND STOP LOSS TARGETS ARE SUGGESTIONS ONLY AND ARE AT THE SOLE DISCRETION OF YOU AS A TRADER. ALWAYS TRADE WITHIN YOUR RISK TOLERANCE AND REMEMBER THAT NO ONE EVER WENT BROKE TAKING PROFIT!