Practicing Bearish Strategies | Technically Speaking: Trading Stocks & Options



Technically Speaking: Trading Stocks & Options | Connie Hill | 8-19-21
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As measured by the S&P 500, the market direction is still bullish, making higher highs and higher lows. Therefore, you may not have been practicing your bearish strategies. In this webcast you will learn a stock hacker scan to find downward trending stocks with high volume and a minimum price. We’ll pick two example bearish trades to watch from that watch list.

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5 thoughts on “Practicing Bearish Strategies | Technically Speaking: Trading Stocks & Options”

  1. input Bars = 66;

    plot Percnt = round(((((close/close[bars-1])-1))*100),4);

    Connie, the thinkscript above that I found from one of your video. But I have a question about the "Input Bar number". Should it be 63 for 3 months?
    252 trading day / 4 = 63 trading day for 3 months. And one month S/B 21 days; 6 month S/B 126 day. Do I understand correctly?

  2. Good Morning, Connie how did you get the 1, 3 and 6 month return fields on your watch list. I'm assuming you modified a standard item. I see the code in the scratch pad, do I just open it as a shared item?

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