No Second Chances – This is Why the Market has been so Hard

The market has been tough to trade – in fact it’s one of the toughest markets in recent memory. The question is: why? Several indexes are near their highs while a few others are simply in the middle of their ranges. So why is trading so hard?

In my opinion, it’s because of the steadiness of the selling pressure. Stocks aren’t alternating between dropping and popping and posting losses over time. They aren’t dropping 3-4 days and then rallying 2-3 days and posting losses overall. Instead they are just relentlessly selling off.

This means if you want to exit a position and are waiting for a bounce, you end up taking a big loss because there haven’t been any bounces. Or if you’re waiting for a bounce to go short, you never got an entry because there have been almost no back-to-back up days. Many stocks have literally dropped 10 of 12 days and haven’t posted consecutive up days in several weeks. Below is a list of stocks that have given traders no second chances.

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Jason Leavitt

9 thoughts on “No Second Chances – This is Why the Market has been so Hard

  1. I have gone from losing #3-$5K (PLUG one of them) on some of the stocks in my portfolio to the biggest loser today was VIR ($214.40) at the time I’m writing. Most of my portfolio is in BioTechs and Alt energy & EVs. So, is the blood letting in these sub-sectors over? Would they still go down 10% or more? What ppl smarter than me are thinking?

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