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Following the big guys in real time

Large shareholders of public companies (more than 5%) are required to file documents with the SEC when trading the company's stock (I'm not sure if it is done before or after trading). See here for ...
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How can option seller lose unlimited money?

There is theoretically unlimited loss on any position that represents short the equity position, either direct or derivatively. The most obvious way is a naked call. The higher the underlying goes, ...
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How can option seller lose unlimited money?

The potential for unlimited losses refers to the option payoff, i.e. market price - strike for a call option. Since there's no limit to how high the market price can go (you could look at Bitcoin, ...
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How can option seller lose unlimited money?

Let's say I buy an option to buy 100 shares in company A at $1 next month. Someone sells that option to me, the option seller. They presumably think the company A's share won't appreciate much. ...
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Importance of a number of hedge funds holders during stock analysis

This information doesn't reveal that much, it simply means that x number of hedge funds have decided that at the time of purchase, this stock was in line with their strategy and is still worth holding ...
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A change in trend towards end 2022? Don't invest money in the stock market anymore, but leave it in a savings account?

The stock market is an instant money weighted opinion of future returns. It is very nicely represented as a first order auto-regressive time series (a random walk, where only the last point represents ...
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A change in trend towards end 2022? Don't invest money in the stock market anymore, but leave it in a savings account?

After the index fund fell sharply, I also thought now is the opportunity to enter. Good thought. But S&P 500 is very US-centric. If you want to invest worldwide, e. g. a FTSE All World ETF might ...
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A change in trend towards end 2022? Don't invest money in the stock market anymore, but leave it in a savings account?

YES, that is the wanted effect of the FED. As Jerome Powell stated earlier this month, the fed not gonna stop raising rate 'till they curl inflation and reduce the money in the circuit (ie QT). ...

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