This will be counters that I will not short as the risk/reward ratio is not attractive anymore. The peak of this share was in 2013 at 18. That level will be a shorting level to begin with.
Nevertheless, to each his own and this trade set up is for your reference only and not an invitation to trade. Shorting carries a different risk from Longing and those who are not mentally prepared might be in for a surprise. Make sure you practise a lot on higher margin of safety counters so that your probability of winning is higher.
Remember, the market is flushed with more opportunities than your available capital on hand. So, to diversify so widely is to spread oneself too thin and runs a risk of not able to manage your own positions in the event of a sudden spike in price (both up or down). You will be caught with your pants down to close your position , resulting in unnecessary losses.
Have a handful, between 5 to 8 I would say is more than enough. As you closed 1-2 positions, you can visit your watch list and see if any is ripe for taking a position. There is never a need to force yourself to take a position just because the media portrayed it to be so or your circles of friends are in it and you felt left out not participating.
Again and again ,I stressed the objective of trading is to make money (unless yours is not) so regardless of Ford or whatever counter you have, so long as they are making you money, that is enough reason for you to participate. In fact, the ones that you are familiar with because you are in the industry or have been dabbling in it for a while is to your advantage. You can tame this animal as you have riding it for a while , know its temperament and timing , so to speak.
There are traders who only concentrate on 1 forex pair and makes lots of money while others succeed in shares and . Find one instrument that you are comfortable with. No rush, there is plenty of time and not to worry you will missed out anything if you are slow.
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