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Rite Aid Corporation Message Board

  • masterwallstreet masterwallstreet Mar 18, 2013 12:30 PM Flag

    If you have a stop-loss, it is a big sign for market makers

    In my opinion of course, stop-losses are good to protect your investment. They also could work against you. These brokers target stop-losse in an attempt to manipulate the market. If you don't have sale order at a higher price, market makers could borrow your own shares in an attempt to bring the stock down. The only way that you could stop this is to place a sale order at a high target so they could not do that. I saw this happen hundreds of times that a stock is high and they brought it down by releasing stop losses and borowing the shares to short against you. You might want to consider placing a sale order at a very high target and it is managed by you not the market makers in my opinion of course. I love money, money is good, money is green, I see a lot of green in Rite Aid by author Master Wall Street kindle ebook.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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