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https://www.guerillastocktrading.com/stocks/commercial-metals-company/ Commercial Metals Company is an infrastructure stock I like because institutional traders are buying it and its got a nice looking Twiggs Money Flow. Help us spread the word about what stocks are hot and what's really going on in the stock market and economy. We're reaching thousands, help us reach millions by sharing this show with your family and friends. Follow Lance on STOCKTWITS: https://stocktwits.com/lancejepsen Follow Lance on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/lancejepsen Follow Lance on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/GuerillaStockTrading/ The information in this show is for informational purposes only. DO NOT BASE ANY INVESTMENT DECISION UPON ANY MATERIALS FOUND IN THIS SHOW. We are not registered as a securities broker-dealer or an investment adviser either with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) or with any state securities regulatory authority. We are neither licensed nor qualified to provide investment advice. The contents of this website are not provided to any particular individual with a view toward their individual circumstances. You should seek advice from a licensed and registered investment adviser for your particular situation.
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Joe Manfredi (1 year ago)
Hi there Lance. I am a quiet, though long-time viewer of yours. Long-time fan. I was also trading in JB's room back in 2014. Question though, how do you know these big block orders aren't "come-n-go"? Do they not, in most cases, sell their shares, and trade it for a profit in only a matter of hours or days? Then, instead of buying long stock on these types of underlyings, would you prefer buying out-of-the-money Call Options? Although, I have to say, the longer term options have very wide markets, roughly .20 cents. Thanks Lance. Rock on man I love your stuff.
StockTradingMaster (1 year ago)
I use the institutional trading metric in Finviz to look for a positive change in institutional holdings over the last 3 months. Then, I zoom in on big down days and look for large block orders, I mean really large block orders, that would suggest institutions are continuing to accumulate on pullbacks. There are active institutional traders with HFT desks, or quant desks that do trade in shorter time spans. There are also longer term, accumulate on pullbacks, institutional traders and money managers that are managing a slower moving and very large portfolio. But I wouldn't argue with anyone who disagrees with whether those block orders are institutions or not because they are VERY secretive and so the best we can do is guess. This is what I think of as the gut-feeling or subjective art of trading where we're reading tea leaves or block orders trying to figure out what institutional traders are doing.

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