Current Performance Table : Dow Jones (DJIA) 30+ Stock Trading




Meaning of terms :
▷ BUY the Dip : The current price is higher than the entry price. Buy when price drops to/below the entry price.
▷ BUY the Breakout : The current price is lower than the entry price. Buy when price breaks upward through the entry price. ( When price moves above the entry price level.)
▷ SELL the Bounce : The current price is lower than the entry price. Sell when price rebounds to/above the entry price.
▷ SELL the Breakdown : The current price is higher than the entry price. Sell when price breaks downward through the entry price.  (When price moves below the entry price level.)

BUY : Buy (open buy-position)
BUY-Hold : Hold existing Buy-position without another buying
BUY-Add : Buy more with holding existing Buy-position
BUY-CloseN : Close all Buy-Positions Now, expected not to hit the target
BUY-CloseT : Close all Buy-Positions at around Target, expected to hit the target
SELL : Sell (open sell-position)
SELL-Hold : Hold existing Sell-position without another selling
SELL-Add : Sell more with holding existing Sell-position
SELL-CloseN : Close all Sell-Positions Now, expected not to hit the target
SELL-CloseT : Close all Sell-Positions at around Target, expected to hit the target
Watch : Watching with interest


Current Performance Table : Dow30+ Stock Trading
There are so many stocks in the markets. Too many stocks to watch and trade. I think it would be better to track and trade several industry-leading blue-chip stocks. This is because I know from the experience that investing in several industry-leading blue-chip stocks is safer and more profitable in general. Above are the stocks that I have interest in, focus on and trade.

Trading is based on the expectations of the future, it may be right or wrong. Trading brings a variety of results depending on various factors such as market, leverage, investment amount, chart time frame and so on. I hope this page to be a great help to visitors in getting good trading ideas.