Market Maker Signals

What Are Market Maker Signals?

While often considered to be trading folklore, many penny stock traders believe that Market Makers (MM's) signal their actions in advance by executing small buys or sells to signify their intentions to other Market Makers. These trade signals are always small amounts of shares often totaling no more than $5 or $10 leading many traders to believe that these trades were enacted by Market Makers because they do not believe that any common trader would willfully pay commission on such small share amounts, being that the commission for these supposed Market Maker Signals would in many cases cost more than the trade itself. The signals are believed to be communication from one Market Maker to another.

List Of Market Maker Signals

1. 100 - I need Shares.
2. 200 - I need Shares badly but do not take the stock down.
3. 300 - Take (or I am taking) the stock down at least 30% so I can load shares.
4. 400 - Keep trading it sideways.
5. 500 - Gap the stock. Gap can be up or down, depending on direction of 500 signal.
6. 505 - I am short on shares
7. 600 - Means provide resistance
8. 900 - Means let the stock float
9. 911 - Pending News/Press Release On The Way
10. 1000 - Don't let it run
11. 2100 - Let it run

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