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Short Selling: What You Should and Shouldn’t Be Doing


Short selling is a great opportunity to reap the benefits of which the market so willingly provides us with but as with everything, there are many risks. While these linger at the back of your mind every time you buy from your broker or adjust your stocks in the market, there are a few rules that serve as guidelines and will assist you in both lowering and preventing the risks at hand.

For instance, if you’re the brace trader that wants to chase lower lows within a momentum strategy, you should really know what you’re doing and have a proven skill set to back you up. If not, you could potentially lose all your profits. This is a dangerous playing field as due to algorithmic front-running, these are filled with the worst prices in the market.

If you want to reap the benefits, follow the rules

  • Check the calendar and be sure to avoid bullish seasonality

Do not short sell around the holidays or something called ‘options expiration week’. These could lead to extreme losses as the markets do not follow a steady supply or demand. It allows for a very unstable market of which you should extract yourself immediately. It is also important to avoid these sales when there are low volumes of stocks in the market.

  • Be sure to short the weakest market and sector groups and move towards the strongest

Identify the weak market groups that are engaged in downtrends and use countertrends to optimize their presence in the market. In these cases, the stocks are sure to carry lower short-interest than those who are more popular. This reduces the vulnerability factor.

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  • Make use if short rallies and not sell-offs

Avoid the crowd at all cost and align yourself with the best possible price. Countertrend bounces allow for conditions that will furthermore allow for short selling because you are aware of the price which a will provide you with an upper hand.

  • Short conflicted and confused markets

Take advantage of short positions. Especially when bigger indices work against one another. When there is a conflict in the market, there is a set of sell signals that will capture your attention. In this case, sellers have the opportunity make use of tight stops that help keep losses in line and under control whenever alignment points higher.

  • Protect against breakdowns that fail

It is important to know your cover price whenever a downtrend returns to a breakdown level and to conclude it whenever such an instance occurs. The stock should never reach a higher price than your breakeven price.

Short selling is best used in the market in bull and bear environments. There is, however, a strict trade entry, as well as a risk management set of rules that are used to overcome a constant threat of short squeezes.

Short Selling: Starting out


Ever thought you can’t make profits off a falling market? Although it sounds crazy and risky, its one of those risks that are almost worth taking. If you’re new to short selling and have no clue to what it is, let’s indulge you.

Short selling is known as a short sale that isn’t owned by any seller. Though this is the case, it is a method that still promises to deliver on profits. The person who acts as the short seller borrows shares and usually does so from a broker. This act replaces the trade.

Short Selling: Profit from a falling market

When it comes to short selling, once you know what to do, you’re sure to reap the benefits. The risky part of this process is the trading part. The risk is minimized, however, a company’s stocks will reduce the risk with up to 100%.

Now, of course, there is always a risk when purchasing stock and once you’re in the market, it could get quite scary. With all markets and investments, you’re sure to hit a low at some point, just like much other stock do day in and day out. It’s all a gamble and although some can predict the markets, those who can are few and far between. What’s your insurance when you come to short selling? The fact that your potential to make profits is over and beyond, and above all, unlimited.


The importance of being educated and informed when it comes to short selling

There is a trick. Obviously, it can’t be this easy to make profits. Short selling most definitely provides the platform for it but if you don’t know what you’re doing or are not informed about it, you will not benefit from those profits and will stand a chance to lose all you invested into short selling.

If you buy the right type of stock at the right moment, your profit potential could be quite big and as a bonus, you reduce the risk of trading more than almost any other market.

Opening a margin account with the right broker

A margin account is an account that is required when wanting to trade on the short market. You should thus not create either an IRA or cash account. Be sure to know all the terminology that comes with trading, as you want to be informed when trading, especially with your broker. When you start using your margin account, your broker will charge you for lending the shares you want to use for short selling. You will ultimately lend shares from your broker while the broker lends from either a fund management company or custody bank. Depending on where the market’s at, these financial institutions might also require a fee which will have to be paid by the applicable short seller.

There are many risk factors associated with short selling and for that reason, few people enter it. It is a manner of trading that requires a lot of studying. It will also require you to stay on your toes and be aware of changes in the market. It, however, is a great opportunity to make endless profits when done the right way.

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