With the stock market going off the rails again and investors worried about the next big wave of price volatility, there’s a lot of chatter around trading in the extended hours market.
But the extended trading hours trading section is an interesting one.
It’s a trade in extended hours for a range of stocks that have a price to earnings ratio of 2.0 or higher.
There’s also some other unusual trading strategies, like a stock that’s up 50% and a stock with a 100% upside.
Let’s take a look at what we’ve got.1.
BlackRock: BlackRock, the world’s largest asset management firm, is currently offering extended trading in extended times.
The stock is up 2.7% and has a price-to-earnings ratio of 3.4.
This means that if you buy this stock, you will earn about $250,000 for your money.2.
The BlackRock stock is a simple example of an extended trading strategy.
If you buy it, you earn $25,000 in your first year, and you earn another $250 each year thereafter.3.
If I buy BlackRock’s stock, I will earn $125,000.4: I want to buy this BlackRock share.
This is a good strategy.
It will pay me $25.00 per share for a year.5.
Blackrock’s stock is currently up 6.4%.
If I sell it, I earn $250.00.6: I buy this new stock.
I earn about 3.9% a year for my money, and I’ll earn $50.00 in the next year.7.
If the price of BlackRock goes up 50%, then I earn the $125.00 profit from buying this new BlackRock stake.8: Blackrock stock is also up 2% on the year.
I want that to go up.
This stock is earning me $125 per share.9: The stock price has risen 1.2%.
I’m getting a lot more money than I paid for it.
I’ll be paying $100.00 a year in the future.10: I’m selling BlackRock.
This BlackRock is earning 3.1% a share.
I’m earning $50 a year per share on the stock.11: I’ve just bought BlackRock shares for the first time, and it is earning more than I did.
I can afford this.12: I bought this new stake in BlackRock in 2016.
I now own a stake in the company.
I am getting $75.00 each year.13: I sell BlackRock stocks.
The price is up 6%.
I’ve made more money in the past year than I ever expected.14: The price of this stock is down.
The current share price is about $60.00, and if I buy it now, I can make $100 per share in the years ahead.15: The share price has fallen by about $100 each day.
I need to sell.
I’ve sold this stock before, but now I need another stake in order to stay profitable.16: I have invested a lot into BlackRock recently, and now I’m not making any money at all.
I won’t be making any more money.
I might as well quit investing in Blackrock for good.17: I will stop investing in this stock.
The market has collapsed.18: I need a stock to fund my retirement account.
I know that BlackRock can help me pay for my retirement.
I also know that it’s very easy to lose money on BlackRock investments.19: I’ll stop buying BlackRock when the price drops to $50 per share or below.20: I am selling my stake in a BlackRock company.
The company’s shares have lost value over the years, and the company’s share price now has a market value of $50 million.
I will sell it now.21: I expect to lose my entire investment in Black Rock.
I may need to take out a new mortgage, which could cost me thousands of dollars.22: I don’t like BlackRock because it’s a terrible company.23: I should stop buying shares of Black Rock because I don the company as a business.24: I think that Black Rock is a great company, but the stock has lost value.25: I shouldn’t invest in Black Google.
I don I don, because it is not a good company.26: I won