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On this morning's strength I have moved to medium-sized in the following shorts: Zoom , Carvana , Apple , Netflix , and Facebook .
* Apple, Facebook and Netflix are new short names In case you missed it - I put on three new shorts on Friday afternoon. Apple , Netflix and Facebook are the new names. This makes six individual stock shorts -- , and are the others.
Portfolio managers are starting to see a very strong 2021 for markets and the economy regardless of electoral results.
Emotional reactions to volatility can destroy great trades but, if viewed with the right mindset, it can create tremendous opportunities.
I made some moves this afternoon: * I added to my and shorts. * I initiated new shorts in Netflix , Facebook and Apple . (I want some short beta in my book.) Thanks for reading my Diary today. I hope it was value added. Enjoy the weekend. Be safe.
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