In day trading, traders buy and sell a financial instrument within the same trading day so that all positions are closed before the market closes for the day to avoid unmanageable risks and negative price gaps between one day’s close and the next. This type of trader is generally considered a speculator. The long-term trades that underlie buy-and-hold and value investing strategies contrast with day trading
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