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Author Topic: Term needed for buying/selling stable stock on the up/down ticks  (Read 6616 times)
super2u
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« on: May 30, 2011, 10:30:12 AM »

My financial terminology is weak so bear with me please.
I need the term that describes one buying a very stable stock that perhaps fluctuates very little.  Say AAA stock has an annual low of 49 and a high of 51.  I might buy it automatically when it dips to 49.5 and automatically sell when it rises to 50.5.  My transaction size is around $50,000 to minimize stock transaction costs.  I have a stop loss at around 49.  I would monitor it several times a day. 

Is there a term for this style of trading? 
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