Judy, actually I made 1500 this month daytrading you c u next tuesday. there’s millions of companies out there so always looking for new companies to investigate.
If you have to come to Yahoo Answers with a question like that, you shouldn’t be even thinking about day trading – you’ll lose your a$$
if you’re in the market to just trade based solely upon hourly fluctuations, you will find yourself broke in a matter of weeks.
You can be lucky in day-trading for several months and then loose a lot of money. Because the market can behave in the same way for some time and then change and behave in the opposite way. Which means that your predictions can work for some time. And then all of a sudden your predictions will become wrong every time.
There are some leveraged ETFs especially designed to be extra volatile for day-trading. SKF, UYG, FAZ, FAS, and many other ETFs are like that.
Right now, it seems like half the companies out there are like that. I only trade on the Canadian exchanges so can’t tell you about any US companies since I don’t look at many US stock prices regularly. Also, a what a “large fluctuation” is depends on how much you’re trading with.
index scripts moving with index and today’s news about particular scrip.other wise that’s the operator and public investors games depend upon the news also.
enjoy the variations Friend.its gud for day trading yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Using an Average True Range on a chart and then search through stocks that move during the day. I have 56 stocks that I watch daily for trades. All of these move every day. I trade stocks with options. I have developed my own short term trading method that produces a 90%+ accuracy. Will be willing to pass along recommendations as they develop. Email me at.
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