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Non-custodial margin trading.
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I made $5 and $34 from two trades using a $1,000, non-margin account — a small but respectable start

I’m so happy with the small profit i made over the week. All my months of analysis and learning about the stock market are really starting to pay off. I know what I must Now do. In order to really increase my win rate and minimize my losses, I must do the following: -regularly use a trading journal -use high-probability setups as well as a trading strategy that includes entry, exit and take profit zones -remove the control FOMO has over me -I must set a concrete risk-reward ratio -continue analyzing price action and volume so as to sharpen my skills -access new insight and information so as to broaden my perspective
I believe that, if I were to adhere to all the above principles, I could eventually be making more money on the stock market — perhaps even $500 daily provided I have sufficient capital to do so.
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Can I get flagged if a day-trade with a non-margin account?

Let's say I have a regular, non-margin account and on the same day I buy-sell 6 stocks. The stocks wouldn't be bought from the proceeds of each sale, but from the money I've deposited. Would that flag me as a day trader?
Example: I have $20K in my account. I buy GN[redacted] for $2000 and then sell it 5 minutes later for $2500. Then I buy another stock and sell it 10 mins later... repeat until I've spent a total of $20K on buying.
The confirmation for the shares I've sold will arrive in T+2 so I won't trade with those $20K for the next 2 days.
That should be ok, right?
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I am a non US resident and non US citizen , I have a webull margin account. Can I make as many day trade as I want and not fall under PDT rule ??

Because I heard that it only applies to US citizens ?? Am I correct ??
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Fidelity Cash Account (Non Margin) - Unlimited Day Trades Allowed?

What the fuck?
I made like 30-40 day trades in my cash account (non margin) in the past 2 days due to this market chaos and nobody gave me an account ban or restriction or anything.
Does fidelity not give a fuck or something?
This is supposed to be a good faith violation and they are only supposed to allow 3 in a 90 day rolling window BUT I MADE 40 VIOLATIONS
Why am I not restricted or something? Why has someone not called me?
38 day trades to be exact.
(NON MARGIN). Just cash account.
Account value with them is much less than $25k.
Every single trade was with UNSETTLED CASH from the previous trade
My SETTLED CASH HAS BEEN $0 FOR LIKE A WEEK
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The details of the trading and the overall market understanding, both are what you need

The ability of the trading professionals to judge the overall situation and details of the market is far from comparable. Before the trading, he will pay attention to the following aspects of the market and clearly give the answer:
(1) Is the current market environment suitable for operation? Is there a trend in the market? If there is no trend, what kind of form is the market likely to be building? Is it a bottom reversal pattern, a top reversal pattern, a trend relay pattern, or a temporary disorientation to be observed? Where is the important support or barrier level?
(2) If there is a trend, what level is the trend? Is the bull market or a bear market? Early, mid or late in a bull or bear market? If it is a secondary reentry trend, which position has it retreated to the length of the previous trend? 33%, 50% or 66%? What is the status of the daily, weekly and monthly chart? What is the relationship between market long-term, middle-term and short-term trends?
(3) Is there a symbolic K-line, resonance, anti-vibration, over-head signal on the daily, weekly, and monthly K line graphs? If so, what kind of market is indicated? Are there any important technical phenomena such as gaps, single-day/single-week/single-month reversal, over-ups, over-slipping?
(4) Is the market in a normal state of advancement or an extreme state? Does the volume (position) verify the price change?
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This is the overall situation, that is, the overall judgment of the trader on the macro and micro position of the market, the long-term and short-term direction of the market. Traders derive from this judgment the long-term and short-term bullish or bearish conclusions of the market and act accordingly. Normally, professional traders only enter the market when the market's long-term and short-term movements are in the same direction. If the market is not consistent in the long-term and short-term direction, he will either not trade or engage in short-term trading. Before actually entering the game, he will also clarify the following questions:
(1) How will the market evolve the most from week to month?
(2) If you decide to wait and see, how long does it take to wait and see? If you decide to enter the market, the amount of position that you will hold for buying-long or selling-short?
(3) At what exact point that you want to jump in? Where is the profit target?
(4) What kind of trading system are used to enter the market? Where is the protective stop loss order placed?
(5) If I make a mistake, how much risk do I intend to take?
This is the detail view, the ability of traders to actually deal with the various new situations and challenges that your trading position is constantly facing. The overall situation understanding is in the scope of trading technology, and the details are in the scope of trading strategies. The overall situation focuses on “knowing” and the detail view focuses on “doing”. Successful trading are inseparable from the integration of macro and micro judgments, and the unity of knowledge and action.
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We refer to the trader's view of the overall market structure and long-term trend as macro judgment, and the view of the detailed position and short-term trend of the market is called micro-judgment, and the two are collectively called the overall situation understanding. From the point of view of actual combat needs, this two cannot be neglected in any one of them, otherwise they will not be considered to have a good overall situation understanding. In general, non- margin trading rely more on correct macro judgments, while margin trading relies more on correct micro-judgment. Traders who are better micro than macro are able to self-insure in margin trading and earn more money than in non-margin trading, but a common feature is that it is difficult to make big money in only one aspect; Traders who are macroscopic and not good at the micro level are able to make big money in non-margin market, but they will make huge losses in margin trading. Because of the nature of the leverage and the character that is often unwilling to stop loss, they will die in the latest darkness of pre-dawn because they can't wait for the market to prove their judgement correct. Therefore, for individual traders, it is impossible to engage in margin trading without understanding micro-level of the market.
Since a trader lacks a high-accuracy macro-judgment or can't hold on to their judgment, they will not be able to make big money, so to some extent they must trust their own macro judgment. Because of this, macro judgments can easily become a stubborn preconception. If the position is in trouble, it may be wise to put aside your overall judgment and long-term view of the market. It may be imperative to close position or lower the position in time so that it does not interfere with the overall security of the fund. To know that all the big trends are starting from the small trend, you must know the truth of "the embankment of a thousand miles, collapsed in the ant hole"! Although it is unpleasant to admit mistakes, sometimes it is necessary for us to ask ourselves: "Is it really wrong? Even if it is only temporarily wrong, can I afford the loss caused by continuing to maintain the position?" There are contradictions within the overall situation, that is, the contradiction between the macro and micro trends of the market; there is also a contradiction between the overall view and the detail view, that is, the contradiction between "view" and "fact". The stop loss is to admit mistakes, and the timely stop loss is to admit mistakes at the least cost.
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Introducing Non-Custodial Margin Trading with upto 5x Leverage. Bitcoin's killer app is now on Ethereum Mainnet. For the first time ever, Long or Short Bitcoin, Ether, Maker, 0x with smart contracts powered by KyberNetwork and Uniswap

Introducing Non-Custodial Margin Trading with upto 5x Leverage. Bitcoin's killer app is now on Ethereum Mainnet. For the first time ever, Long or Short Bitcoin, Ether, Maker, 0x with smart contracts powered by KyberNetwork and Uniswap submitted by SMcKie to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Nuo: Introducing Non-Custodial Margin Trading with 5x leverage powered by Kyber Network

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Introducing Non-Custodial Margin Trading with upto 5x Leverage. Bitcoin's killer app is now on Ethereum Mainnet.

Introducing Non-Custodial Margin Trading with upto 5x Leverage. Bitcoin's killer app is now on Ethereum Mainnet. submitted by BeerBellyFatAss to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Poloniex Enables Ethereum Classic (ETC) Margin Trading For Non-US Customers

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dYdX: Non-custodial margin trading protocol

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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] Kraken is back up!

The following post by DoYouTakeBitcoin is being replicated because the post has been silently removed and some comments within it have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ CryptoCurrency/comments/7q6oc6
The open modlog reason it was removed as reported by /CryptoCurrency was: Section 15C. Removed for not meeting minimum character count.
The original post's content was as follows:
About gosh dang time!
"Zero fee non-margin trading for all clients for the rest of January 2018"
Some silver lining at least.
I had sent 1 ETH there to trade but was then locked out bc of maintenance. Glad I held onto that ETH a little longer actually bc it went up another $100+ and the other coin went down. And now my trade fee will be free, so this worked out okay for me. Super stressful to go through though!
How bad was it for everyone else?
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The non-custodial way to lend, borrow or margin trade crypto assets has been created

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BBOD ‘Blockchain Board of Derivatives’ is a community-managed non-custodial trading platform that offers peer-to-peer cryptocurrency futures contracts. The platform offers highly leveraged futures contracts and margin trading on ethereum, bitcoin, and ripple.

BBOD ‘Blockchain Board of Derivatives’ is a community-managed non-custodial trading platform that offers peer-to-peer cryptocurrency futures contracts. The platform offers highly leveraged futures contracts and margin trading on ethereum, bitcoin, and ripple. submitted by BBODTrading12 to u/BBODTrading12 [link] [comments]

Kraken Returns With Free Trading (Until 31 JAN 2018)

The Kraken website and trading is now back online, following the recent scheduled downtime necessary to upgrade our infrastructure. All client funds are safe and secure. Please take note of some important information below:
Trading
Funding
Fees
New Accounts and Tier Upgrades
Questions and/or Bug Bounty
We apologize for the uncertainty our downtime has caused. The scheduled downtime was to replace our old trading engine with a brand new trading engine - an improvement that customers have long asked for and that we have long been working hard on. We still have some more work to do before the new trading engine is as good as we want it to be, but this week’s replacement was an important first step to having a better trading experience. Our system is replicated in development, where all tests passed. However when the new engine was moved to the production environment, regression tests picked up a condition that proved quite difficult to track down. Further insight into the downtime and a description of actions we plan to take in order to improve the client experience will be provided via a retrospective Kraken blog post, to be published in the coming days.
With trading now resumed, the engine’s performance is being closely monitored. The site will come down if needed, which may occur with little to no notice. Please continue to refer to https://status.kraken.com for real-time updates and important announcements over the next few days.
Lastly, in appreciation for your loyalty to Kraken, we are activating zero fee trading for all clients (across non-margin trades) starting now and lasting through the end of this month.
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Kraken back online; no fees until Jan 31st.

The Kraken website and trading is now back online, following the recent scheduled downtime necessary to upgrade our infrastructure. All client funds are safe and secure. Please take note of some important information below:
Trading
Funding
Fees
New Accounts and Tier Upgrades
Questions and/or Bug Bounty
We apologize for the uncertainty our downtime has caused. The scheduled downtime was to replace our old trading engine with a brand new trading engine - an improvement that customers have long asked for and that we have long been working hard on. We still have some more work to do before the new trading engine is as good as we want it to be, but this week’s replacement was an important first step to having a better trading experience. Our system is replicated in development, where all tests passed. However when the new engine was moved to the production environment, regression tests picked up a condition that proved quite difficult to track down. Further insight into the downtime and a description of actions we plan to take in order to improve the client experience will be provided via a retrospective Kraken blog post, to be published in the coming days.
With trading now resumed, the engine’s performance is being closely monitored. The site will come down if needed, which may occur with little to no notice. Please continue to refer to https://status.kraken.com for real-time updates and important announcements over the next few days.
Lastly, in appreciation for your loyalty to Kraken, we are activating zero fee trading for all clients (across non-margin trades) starting now and lasting through the end of this month.
Thank you, The Kraken Team
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Kraken returns with Free trading!

The e-mail below was sent to me by Kraken: Imgur link: https://imgur.com/a/n0hWL
Hi [My name],
The Kraken website and trading is now back online, following the recent scheduled downtime necessary to upgrade our infrastructure. All client funds are safe and secure. Please take note of some important information below:
Trading
All orders have been cancelled prior to trading resuming Trading pairs launched with no orders on the books All funds in previously open orders have been returned to your available balance Margin positions will remain open Margin liquidations will be paused for at least 48 hours Creation of new margin positions is disabled for at least 48 hours Caution: Clients should be extremely careful with market orders and double-check limit order prices in an illiquid market Funding
Withdrawals are now disabled and will remain disabled for a minimum of 12 hours (during this time we will be monitoring the new system for anomalies) For fiat or crypto deposits (initiated before, during or following the downtime) please allow a minimum of 2 additional business days for funds to be credited Fees
All unleveraged trades will be charged zero fees until January 31, 2018 (UTC) Margin position open and rollover fees are reduced to 0.005% until January 31, 2018 (UTC) New Accounts and Tier Upgrades
Verifications of new accounts will be delayed and are our lowest priority Tier upgrades of existing accounts have priority above new accounts Note: If you are applying for a Tier 4 account or need help with OTC, please indicate this in your support request Questions and/or Bug Bounty
Please get help or report detected bugs by submitting a request at https://support.kraken.com We apologize for the uncertainty our downtime has caused. The scheduled downtime was to replace our old trading engine with a brand new trading engine - an improvement that customers have long asked for and that we have long been working hard on. We still have some more work to do before the new trading engine is as good as we want it to be, but this week’s replacement was an important first step to having a better trading experience. Our system is replicated in development, where all tests passed. However when the new engine was moved to the production environment, regression tests picked up a condition that proved quite difficult to track down. Further insight into the downtime and a description of actions we plan to take in order to improve the client experience will be provided via a retrospective Kraken blog post, to be published in the coming days.
With trading now resumed, the engine’s performance is being closely monitored. The site will come down if needed, which may occur with little to no notice. Please continue to refer to https://status.kraken.com for real-time updates and important announcements over the next few days.
Lastly, in appreciation for your loyalty to Kraken, we are activating zero fee trading for all clients (across non-margin trades) starting now and lasting through the end of this month.
Thank you, The Kraken Team
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What are the recommended platforms for non-margin stocks trading?

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GDAX Margin Trading for Non-Americans? /r/BitcoinMarkets

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Paper: A gravity model predicts that the negative impact of Brexit would be only marginally offset by a bilateral trade agreement with the US, and even in the case of trade agreements with all non-EU countries, the UK’s value-added exports would still fall by more than 6%.

Paper: A gravity model predicts that the negative impact of Brexit would be only marginally offset by a bilateral trade agreement with the US, and even in the case of trade agreements with all non-EU countries, the UK’s value-added exports would still fall by more than 6%. submitted by smurfyjenkins to IRstudies [link] [comments]

Is it possible to trade any kind of options with a non-margin enabled account?

I'm a novice when it comes to options, and thought if you had enough in your account to cover what option you purchased, you were OK. Is that not true?
Also, anyone have an online resource for "Options for Beginners (Dummies)" recommendation? Investopedia defines terms, but isn't great at a "let's start with options basics and work our way up" sorta thing.
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PRPL Nurples- Why purple valuation just might make your NIPS hard - DD inside

PRPL Nurples- Why purple valuation just might make your NIPS hard - DD inside
All- I have received hundreds of DM asking where the stock is going. I have received questions such as: where do you think it stops, is it over valued, undervalued, should my mom invest, should i Yolo, should i sell and take profits? blah, blah blah. Here is some DD- stop asking me about where this ends up because I don't know for sure but I have some Feely Good estimates. I hope this post makes your nipples hard and if it doesn't you're probably a gay bear.
I am going to give you a quick run down of what my expectations are for Q2 earnings and it will include the good, the bad and the ugly. The ugly being the warrant accrual that will hurt GAAP.
First of all, There is little that needs to be determined for Q2 top-line as they have already released April and May Sales. April Sales Came in around ~62M based on my math and May Sales came in at 88M and some change. Based on these numbers, we can safely assume that we will at a minimum have somewhere around 225M in revenue for the quarter by using the average of April and May to determine June. I believe 225M to be on the low side and I have continued to up my estimates as I believe E-commerce is still thriving, especially purple. Purple continues to climb the web traffic ladder and has moved up another ~500 spots to be the 13,000 most popular site in the world.

For simplicity sake, I am going to use some historical numbers to estimate profits. If you'll look at previous posts that I've made then you'll see how I arrived at these numbers. There are some quick napkin calculations below. We can safely assume that the average wholesale selling price of a mattress is ~1350 dollars and we can assume that GM for wholesale is around 30%. This means the average cost of a mattress to manufacture is ~945 on average. From my previous posts, we knew that pre Covid the business was split by units, not by gross sales. On average, wholesale consumed 50% of capacity and DTC consumed 50% of capacity. In order to determine average DTC selling price then we can equation .5*1350 + .5*(DTC Price) = 1900. PRPL indicated their average selling price per mattress was ~1900.00, I found this in their s-3.
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.5*1350 + .5*(DTC Price) = 1900=========== DTC average price is 2450.00, 1350 is average Wholesale price.
DTC Margin is ~62% Estimated
Wholesale Margin ~30% Estimated
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Historically, advertising costs have been about 30% of revenue. I have been tracking advertisement for purple and from a TV cost standpoint, they have not increased their commercial count at all in the last three months. See link, PRPL is still only performing 125 commercials per day. This commercial rate has held steady for 6 months.
https://www.ispot.tv/brands/tqU/purple-mattress

I believe purple has increased their ad spend online but I believe it will be proportional to their new capacity on a unit basis.
Previously purple had 6 Machines of capacity and spent 38M in advertising, I believe they will spend (7/6)*38M which is 44M or roughly 15M per month. Just because revenue is up, doesn't mean they will spend more per unit- they are capacity constrained and that is terribly inefficient.
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The following table shows my best guesses on their major category costs. This includes the gross Margin and the other costs subtracted from the Gross Margin.
April May June (Est) Total Revenue net revenue effect
Gross Margin from Wholesale 6M*30% 17.3*30% 20M*30% $13M
Gross Margin from DTC 56M*62% 71M*62% 55M*62% $112M
SG&A Costs (3.5)M (3.5)M (3.5)M ($10.5)M
Research and Development (1)M (1)M (1)M ($3)M
Advertising (15)M (15)M (15)M ($45)M
Profit Non GAAP ----------- ----------- --------- 66.5M or 1.23 EPS
Warrant Accrual ($35M)
Profit GAAP Estimated $31.5M or .59 EPS
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If we used 66.5M, PRPL would report 1.23 EPS on an adjusted Basis.
The warrant Accrual will unfavorably push the EPS down on a GAAP basis and we will likely see something around .59 EPS. If they can achieve this for the next 4 quarters then in a years time there is a huge potential for stock increases based on the following P/E's.

GAAP est. Non GAAP Est.
EPS Annualized $2.36 $4.92
Stock price assuming 8x P/E $18.88 $39.36
Stock Price assuming 12x P/E $28.32 $59.04
Stock Price assuming 15x P/E $35.4 $73.8
Stock Price assuming 20x P/E $47.2 $98.4

People may say that this is super inaccurate..... but if you look at the following cash statement then you will realize that PRPL has been generating more than 1M per day in cash for the last two months - that is absolutely insane.

purple has generated 70M in cash in 60 days.
Mark my words, PRPL is going to be more profitable than TPX this quarter. TPX reported earnings of .68 EPS today on revenue of 665M. TPX is trading at 80+ per share. if purple reports a similar .68 EPS then it would be valued about 60% lower than TPX on an EPS basis. if purple posts EPS of ~1 dollar then it would be undervalued as compared to TPX by about 80%.

I hope your NIPS are tender now. Hope this helps you understand why I believe PRPL to be so undervalued.
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Best Beginner Paper trade account (Canada)

I have been using Forex.com and there are a few minor details I don't like. For example I can't set the starting amount in my account, it is automatically $50,000 and it is throwing me off a little bit as I want to recreate an experience closer to the reality of when I actually open an account. There is also nothing in the way of a walk through of how to actually use the platform etc. I'd like to try more than one broker in any event. Any recommendations on a beginner account?
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