Manage your trades with Elliott wave

How do you know when to take your gains off the table, or more important, when to tuck your tail and run when it goes against you?

  • By Ryan Henry,
  • Stocks and Commodities Magazine
  • Risk Management
  • Technical Patterns
  • Risk Management
  • Technical Patterns
  • Risk Management
  • Technical Patterns
  • Risk Management
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When should you take a position, where should you take a gain, and when should you call it quits? Here’s how you can identify entry, stop, and target levels for your trades. The easy part of investing in stocks is getting into a trade. You study the chart, understand the company’s business and fundamentals, find your buy point, and then dive in with big expectations. But what’s next? How do you know when to take your gains off the table, or more important, when to tuck your tail and run when it goes against you? Read on to learn more...

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