FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why are some stocks more difficult to handle? For example, ARUN ( [3/4/11] and [2/18/11]) and CLF [2/14/11] both flash pocket pivots or buyable gap ups, but then the stocks don't show upward momentum. In fact, they appear to get sold heavily.
A: ARUN had difficulty after both 2/18/11 and 3/4/11 because the general market sold off heavily. Action of stocks, no matter how strong the stock is, is contextual to the general market. That ARUN did not sell off as hard as the general market speaks well of ARUN. CLF looked okay after its pocket pivot but then, again, the general market sold off from 2/22/11 onward.
|First published:||22 Mar 2011|
|Last updated:||12 Apr 2012|