It’s so frequent to ride a “flat” or a “too much chaotic” stock – do you agree…?

Probably it happened that you chose a trading stock according to basic company information like its stability, liquidity and volatility… How many information did you evaluate? What was you level of objectivity? How long did those evaluations take?

Not all the stocks are good to ride/trade (for lack of blue chips/volumes, for crazy trends due to sharks-operators that make trader’s life so hard on a specific stock...). 

Does a scientific and objective criterion, that is repeatable on several stocks, exist? And especially, is it sustainable for trader’s life in order to avoid long time wasting?

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