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Simpler Stocks: The Beginning of the Month Jumper Trade is a Dud

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Like I had warned many of our subscribers, the idea of buying ahead of the June "jumper" trade was a bad idea. The jumper trade is when mutual funds have to deploy extra money at the beginning of every month. For some reason, in most Junes, the effect is muted. Even so, after moving sharply lower earlier in the session, the indexes were able to close with small gains, probably due to this deploying of cash. Chris Brecher Forecast for Thursday, June 2, 2016 http://www.SimplerStocks.com Learn how to trade options by joining our elite insiders club of options traders worldwide. John F. Carter, an experienced professional options trader, leads community members through live trades daily while explaining strategies, significant market opportunities, and daily trading lessons. Together, newbies and experienced traders alike share knowledge, experience and support one another in this active trading forum. Find out more at http://www.simpleroptions.com
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klok95330 (2 years ago)
how does a complete noob get into the stock market with little money? what route should i take? havent done anything with the stock market since i learned about it in 7th grade. that was 18 years or so ago.
Simpler Trading (2 years ago)
+klok95330 Thank you for comments. Stocks, Options, Forex, Futures, ETF's are all different vehicles you can trade. It can get a bit confusing but here's a place to start in terms of the difference between Options and Futures http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/051414/difference-between-options-and-futures.asp Regarding where to start, this depends on your account size, the time you have available to trade, your risk tolerance and more. Please feel free to email us at [email protected] and we will be glad to provide you with additional resources to help you get started.
klok95330 (2 years ago)
Forgive me, but i know little about this. What do you mean options or futures whats the difference? Im looking around and i keep hearing people saying you need 500$ minimum to start to invest? Is this because some broker sites require a minimum? Is there a free one? I know i have fidelity for my work ESPP and 401k. Though i know little about all of this. Im not even sure where i start.
Simpler Trading (2 years ago)
I would get started with whatever amount of money you're willing to lose. I prefer options over stocks or futures due to the increased leverage and ability to easily define risk. Then start trading 1 contract with a given strategy until you're able to become profitable with it, then begin increasing position size and the scope of setups you're willing to take.

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