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Stock Trading Acronyms

HOD - High of Day (nHOD = new high of day) LOD - Low of Day (nLOD = new low of day)

Typically NOT used near market open. Proper usage is when a stock has retreated from a high or low, then later makes a new high or new low.

EOD – End of Day

O/N – Over Night

52s – new 52 week high

B/O = breakout

SS or S/S – short sell

Green – Price is above previous day’s close

Red – Price is below previous day’s close

Green to Red (G/R) – Stock was above prior day’s close, but now has dropped below it

Red to Green (R/G) – Stock was below prior day’s close, but now has rose above it

L/F - low float

ADR – average day range over a certain period number of days, example: ADR(30) – the higher the number the more volatile

D/R – DayRanger

SSR - Short sell restriction/downtick rule

UBB - Upper Bollinger Band

LBB -Lower Bollinger Band

DD - Due diligence, do your homework on the stock, news, earnings, fundamentals etc.

E/R – Earnings Report

PrePre-market trades

AH – After Hours trades

Shoooooop – often referred to when a stock starts to tank hard

Low float -usually small cap companies with fewer shares issued and a lot of those shares owned by insiders or institutions. Hence lower number of shares actively traded. That increases volatility and potential for short squeeze or drop/rise on E/R or news.

R/R- Risk/Reward

10/60 cross – See post on sidebar under important posts.

S/R - support/resistance

DayRanger refers to the stocks from our scan with the highest average day range (a measure of volatility). More volatility can equal greater than average returns. The day range returns the difference between the high and low prices of the day, represented as a percent of the closing value. For example, suppose a stock closed at 10, the high was 11 and the low was 9. The difference between the high and low is 2. Represented as a percent, the day range is: 20%. So ADR(10) of 20% means the average day range over a 10 day period.

PPT Plunge protection team – meaning the prop job that comes in towards the end of the day to give the market a boost into the next trading session

Additional Acronyms and Terms

Thanks to luckytrader for submitting these!

a/n

 afternoon

Ss

short sell

L2

level 2 stock quotes

Sup

support

Res

resistance

perking up

stock is starting to move up a little off of consolidation

PH

power hour, the last hour of trading (3pm to 4pm Eastern)

MM

market maker

CP

Centerpoint Securities

IB

Interactive Brokers

TDA

TDAmeritrade (They own the Thinkorswim trading platform)

TOS

Thinkorswim

DAS

DAS Trading Software

Fyi

for you information

Fomo

Fear of missing out

(Done w/)

All done - closing out a position (Done w/ ABIO for now)

L/F

Low Float

ADR

Average day rang

Afk

Away from keyboard

Idk

I don’t know

Iirc

If I remember correctly

imho / imo

In my (humble) opinion

Ttyl

Talk to you later

Bbl

Be back later

Lol

Laughing out loud

Tia

Thanks in advance

Ty

Thank you

Yw

You’re welcome

R/S

Reverse Split

fwiw

For what it’s worth

Brb

Be right back

IOW

In other words

Imo

 in my opinion

Imho

In my humble opinion

Jfyi

Just for your information

Fwiw

For what it's worth

Fack

Full knowledge

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

DIY

Do it yourself

B/C

Because

BTW

By the way

AKA

Also known as

AFK

Away from keyboard

Noob

Newbie

OT

Off topic

POV

Point of view

TYT

Take your time

TTYL

Talk to you later

PROPS

Proper respect / Proper recognition

OMW

On my way

OIC

Oh I see

NVM

Never mind

OFC

Of course

IKR

I know right

SMH

Shaking my head

YOLO

You only live once

LMK

Let me know