V. 21:7 (37): Q&A by Don Bright

V. 21:7 (37): Q&A by Don Bright
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Q&A by Don Bright


Assuming specialists make money and trading with them provides an edge, how do you feel about jumping in when the specialist is getting steamrolled? What tricks are in the specialist’s playbook for a situation like that? Is he able to go short and cover lower, or is he getting longer and longer as the day drags on? — kztd

When a stock (or specialist) is “getting steamrolled” (which is rare), you will still see minor offset moves. For example, suppose that a stock opens for the day down a few dollars, but it still upticks a full 20 cents before heading south again.

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