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13:23 Mar 11, 2008
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Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Finance (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: operador de mesa de over
Ops, sorry... Fiz a pergunta errada antes. O termo que aparece no meu texto é "operador de mesa de over".
Trata-se de uma profissão da área financeira.
Arlete Moraes
Spain
Local time: 19:51
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3overnight trader
Lesley S


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overnight trader


Explanation:
The overnight trader is someone who relies on technical analysis and tape reading skills, along with (sometimes) intraday news breaks, to take a two day position in a stock. The overnight trader normally enters the position in the afternoon of the first day, and sells before the close of the second day. The overnight trader’s aim is to capture three phases of movement: the afternoon run, the overnight gap, and the morning continuation. This is a very profitable form of trading for someone with sound trading strategies, but it can be very time-consuming, and trading the exit requires as much focused attention as daytrading.


    Reference: http://www.swingtradeonline.com/swingtrading.html
Lesley S
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