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New High Dip Strategy

NEW HIGH DIP STRATEGY

Stocks that seems too high tends to go higher! Here is another addition to a BTFD strategy. Buying a stock after it dips from a new 52 week high.





Instead on buying the stock itself. You can sell out of the money putsoptions to a particular price where support was there.




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Short selling is the process of selling a stock that you do not already own.


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