ROBINHOOD My Strategy For Trading Penny Stocks

Here’s my penny stock stradegy that’s worked for me this past year. It takes time and some research to trade stocks successfully, and here’s some tips on how you can trade successfully too.

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26 thoughts on “ROBINHOOD My Strategy For Trading Penny Stocks

  1. Brandon Clapp

    Yea, just beware the PDT rule in the Robinhood app. More than 3 day trades a week they'll lock your account for 90 days !

  2. Sadrac Tanis

    I want to start trading but i have no idea how to do things. can somebody explain how to buy and when to sell? plz.

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    Being successful at ICO trading does not mean that you will not suffer some losses. Rather, it means that you will be able to strike a decent winning ratio. I have personally used FIRST MILLION ROAD System before. A friend of mine he is also an expert trader. He suggested me Andy Lank System.

  4. Terrence Linton

    How many trades do you do per day? If u do more than 3 how do u get around pdt rule?

  5. Michael Castaneda

    This is a very sincere video and great explication of how you trade. Thank you. I'm going to try this approach.

  6. capie44

    I traded like this — beginning three months after this post –including "…cut your losses…" and found
    1) **It's only money**
    2) Buy low – sell high
    3) Time & Patience is your best friend.

    That means it's okay to wait weeks for your "nose-dive" stock to return because chances are, it will.
    Besides, once you sell, you'll have to wait 3 days for The Brokerage to return your money by law. That means that you're only going to be able to trade at most twice a week if you are using all of your assets. So time and patience is your best friend.

    Watch that market cap if it's in the billions your penny stock is fairly still safe from not going bankrupt. Just give his stock chance to move back up and do not let your emotions take control; It's Only Money.

    Now as far as trading the example stock I wouldn't touch it. It is very mild compared to the stocks that I trade. It's not to say that the author is wrong of course not he has a different style of day trading and that is fine.

    If you look at the market cap of BIOS you look at the market cap you will see that it is three and a half million. Now go to Macy's symbol m, and see that their market cap is in the billions. They're also trading at double-digit. These are one of this is one of the stock that I trade. It makes a lot of money for me throughout the year. For a penny stock I like Dillard's, DDS, it is rather volatile and has been made me a lot of money this year. It moves constantly.

    Fannie Mae, symbol FNMA, also makes me a lot of money because it moves and I can count on it to go back up when I buy it accidentally at hi and it tanks on me. I just have to wait a while. Which supports the time and patience is my friend. This bio stock moves only a couple of Dimes at a time. This is not what you're looking for in your stock you do want it to move over the course of a few days by as much as its history tells you it's going to move. The stocks I mention will make more money for you if you just give it a chance and learn its attitudes, research, support, resistance, moving averages, but especially you wanted to have a dividend in case you have to wait weeks or even months for it to come back up so that you can at least get some interest off the money and your shares.

    I appreciate the author's input he is not wrong and he's actually offered some very good advice so do pay attention to what is being offered.

  7. Brandon P

    Hey man, how much money did you start with? I know it doesn't really matter too much, but I'm just curious

  8. Hobie Gilley

    Dude this video was awesome you didn't use a bunch of terms I couldn't understand was based to two apps I am starting with please make more vids with these two apps! Thanks for the help

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