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Stockaholics Daily Stock Picking Challenge & SPX Sentiment Poll for Monday (2/11)

Cy's official Stockaholics thread archives group.

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How do you see the SPX closing on Monday (2/11)?

Poll closed Feb 11, 2019.
  1. Up.

    62.5%
  2. Flat. (+/-0.15% or less)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Down.

    37.5%
  1. Lico Inv

    Lico Inv Active Member

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    Understood.
    I believe that stocks are more predictable for the studied investors expecting results- which can be very momentous in the "after-hours" or 'pre-market.' A stock could get a majority of it's gain or rise in these Extended hours of trading, and then even out and become very level throughout the day.
    I have noticed that column that shows prices from Market Close. You are right in the sense that not including extended hours enhances competitiveness- which I do always respect and enjoy.
    Maybe this has something to do with the reason behind why 'Options' are not traded in extended hours at any major Brokerage (which I've always wondered why...?).
    I honestly would prefer at least Pre-market price movements to be included.
    I didn't even know that ppl can close out prices same-day in the Daily Stock Challenges. I have never done this, seems like extra work for you.
    I do like the competitions as is, but just putting it out there to be considered- or if others show a shared interest.
    ,Thanks
     
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