Buy put options for the ride down, and Call leaps for the ride up.
Sell out of your positions.
Wait for it to hit its low and buy more.
You just heard the news that a company is preparing to launch a new product & is awaiting gov't approval to launch. The company is heavily in debt working on something that could be considered a game-changer. What do you do?
The Owl, this kind of investors or traders are not interested in a bull or bear market. They just look out for opportunities, often keeping a keen eye on market research and analysts to find the next potential winners. They are neither bullish nor bearish and are a well-balanced strategist.
Bears are the investors or traders who are opposite of the bulls. They are convinced that the market is directed for a decline. Bears are pessimistic about the future of the stock market and believe that the market is going to be on downward trends. Mostly, bears are the reasons for getting the share prices lower. A strategy often used by day traders, scalpers, and swing traders.
Wolves are investors/traders who use unethical means to make money from the stock market. Using long-term strategies and cunning market manipulation, mostly, these wolves are involved in the scams that move the share market when it comes to light. Known as the sideways/volatile markets, wolves look for opportunities when prices rise, as well as, on the dips.
The bulls represent the investors or traders who are optimistic
about the future of the stock market. They believe that the market will continue its upward trend. Bulls are the ones who drive the share price of companies higher. Often reviewed as growth investors, with a prime focus on price return investments and trades.