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3 New Stock Picks for November: ARRY, GURE and GTXI

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Two biopharmaceutical stocks and a chemical one were the stocks I bought before the closing bell yesterday. ARRY, GURE and GTXI may not be my best stock picks from a technical perspective, but I liked the reward/risk ratio of those trades. In addition I don’t usually trade stocks that are dangerously approaching the penny stock status, yet I couldn’t resist buying GURE stock on confirmation of the support level at $1.30!

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That is almost the same reason for buying GTXI stock as well. The bullish candlestick pattern found in both daily stock charts seems to be confirming the previous-resistance-now-support level.

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I consider ARRY stock the most risky pick of the three. Although Monday’s bullish candlestick seems stronger, the double top where I have set my profit target could be regarded as a trend reversal signal. That is why I will trade out as soon as a new daily low is printed in the daily chart, in order to avoid getting trapped into a consolidation or worse in a downtrend.

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All 3 stock picks have ideally a 3-to-1 reward/risk ratio, meaning I stand to lose one dollar to win 3. The stock picks are added to my previous stock picks including FCX, CLWR and XHB, which at this time are showing a tiny profit.

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My stock trading is mostly based on a simple swing trading strategy, similar to my day trading strategy, although there are times when other strategies perform far better, like the 30% daily gain of PSSI stock. My risk is 2% of my trading capital no matter the strategy and I’m mostly aiming to at least 4% capital return.

Disclaimer: I’m long ARRY, GURE and GTXI.

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Jim began with card counting at blackjack tables, then moved to sports trading at betting exchanges, played online poker and ended up investing in US stock markets and forex. Nowadays he mostly writes than gamble or invest. Connect with Jim: StockTwits | TradingView