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Do you think there is a "best day" to trade?

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Have you heard of mood swings? It means you are experiencing a fluctuation of emotion. Similarly, the stock market may experience mood swings too. Some traders believe that certain days of the week offer better returns than others. Do you think there is a "best day" of the week to trade? Please share your ideas with us!
Have you heard of mood swings? It means you are experiencing a fluctuation of emotion. Similarly, the stock market may experience mood swings too. Some traders believe that certain days of the week offer better returns than others. Do you think there is a "best day" of the week to trade? Please share your ideas with us!
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Do you think there is a "best day" of the week to trade?

Hi, mooers!Cool Guy
What a long week, huh? How was your first week of August? Clap
It's likely that you spent your week riding an emotional roller coaster. You're up. You're down. And you're soon up again.
We all have good days and bad days. As long as your mood changes are not extreme, they're generally considered healthy. However, you should be cautious if you are experiencing a mood swing, which is a sudden or intense change in your emotional stat...
Do you think there is a "best day" of the week to trade?
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If those good companies all fell today, then today is the buying day, not FridayLolLaugh
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WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO TRADE?

I am not exactly sure if there is a best day of the week to trade. In my opinion the Monday and Friday are the days at least trade on. Maybe it is just me but those are the days that I have the least amount of luck. I know a lot of investors prefer to place their trades at the beginning the end of the week. This is because they have an exact idea of how last week's candle close or a good idea of how the current weeks candle will close. Similarly many investors plac...
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Do I think there is a best day to trade?

MicrophoneHow do you manage your weekly trading?
I based on the valuation of stock & opportunities, no weekly. Or rather no fixed period.
MicrophoneWhich day of the week do you prefer to invest?
I preferred to invest on the week where market is bearish or before HF make their moves to buy in...
MicrophoneWill you make more moves on a certain day? Why?
When the market is undervalued or a market crashed Emm. Buy the dip Trick = great discount Smirk.
MicrophoneDo you believe that there are certain day...
Do I think there is a best day to trade?
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If you have some time sitting with a stock, I think Mondays is the best time to use the information. If you watch a stock and it runs then falls then runs again you know it's coming back at some.point and the previous weeks movements always helps me have a better understanding of the stock going forward. Now if course you have to have the TECNICALS as well as the fundamentals of the stock but sentiment and knowing how it runs always is a good indicator for me.
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If you're interested in short selling, then Friday may be the best day to take a short position (if stocks are priced higher on Friday), and Monday would be the best day to cover your short. In the United States, Fridays on the eve of three-day weekends tend to be especially good. $Robinhood(HOOD.US)$$GameStop(GME.US)$$SIGA Technologies(SIGA.US)$
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Anecdotally, traders say the stock market has had a tendency to drop on Mondays. Some people think this is because a significant amount of bad news is often released over the weekend. Others point to investors’ gloomy mood at having to go back to work, which is especially evident during the early hours of Monday trading.
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Best Day to trade or invest

The best day to invest &/or to trade, is always Yesterday....
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There is no single day of every month that’s always ideal for buying or selling. However, there is a tendency for stocks to rise at the turn of a month. This tendency is mostly related to periodic new money flows directed toward mutual funds at the beginning of every month.
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Best Month to Sell Stocks

September is traditionally thought to be a down month. October, too, has seen record drops of 19.7% and 21.5% in 1907, 1929, and 1987.These mark the onset of the Panic of 1907, the Great Depression, and Black Monday. As a result, some traders believe that September and October are the best months to sell stocks.
The September effect highlights historically weak returns during the ninth month of the year, which could be aided by institutional investors wrapping up their ...
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