|Trades longer-term trends lasting from several days to several weeks. Trades for points, not for ticks.
A successful position trader will probably make more money over time for the same capital and risk as a roomful of successful day traders - that is, if you could ﬁnd enough successful day traders to ﬁll a room. Most of the legendary traders of the past century have been position traders. A position trader rarely if ever monitors the market during trading hours.
An individual who makes short-term trades where a stock’s price movement is in one direction; swing ...
A very short-term trader who is usually glued to the monitor during market hours and enters ...
A partial ﬁll occurs when a trader places an order for a certain number of shares, ...
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