WINNERS KNOW THE TRADEOFFS BETWEEN ODDS & PAYOFFS
Market-maker hedging actions tell how far (up & down)
Stock price behaviors typically follow different courses, depending on their forecast imbalances between upside and downside prospects.
carefully in the animation below the difference of the red and blue rectangles,
which represent issues that hold greater potential for market timing and more rapid
returns. The black, gold, and green rectangles are issues typically perceived as "buy
and hold" issues, which sit in roughly the same potential while the red and
blue issues make a complete cycle from sell back to buy and back up to sell once again.
All of these examples are real issues from the dates shown in the animation,
with their ratings generated in real time.
Each stock and ETF develops its own market-behavior character
Our decades-long scorecards tell each stock's odds of being profitable from this point and the likely sizes of price gains and drawdowns while getting to target
Better odds often offer larger profit payoffs, sooner in time
Combining Odds & Payoffs typically helps determine which stocks
to buy, to sell, and when