Avoiding the Big Squeeze
There isn't much worse than getting caught in a short squeeze. I really don't believe there is.
I've been on the wrong side of long positions that caught me by surprise or caught me lazy without a stop, or long positions I intended to hold for the long term that were hit hard. There is the opportunity with a long position to just sit on it. You can try and wait out the bad news, bad market or just bad trend. Obviously, there is no guarantee the stock will recover, but unless you are facing margin calls, there is no one forcing your hand either....528 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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