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Stock trading consists of actively buying and selling shares of a certain company. There are many different trading strategies, day trading, swing trading, trend following. Just to name a few. These strategies are most often accompanied by technical tools that utilize data and analytics to estimate optimal entry and exit prices. Trading is in many ways based on skill and information; however, the role luck plays in the outcome varies based on the time frame. Daily price action, meaning what the stock price does in any given day is mostly random and can be influenced by external factors. Those factors could be anything from a Reddit thread to a supply chain crisis.

There are different types of orders when it comes to buying and selling different types of securities. For example, a limit order is an order to buy or sell a security at a specific price or better. This means that a "buy limit order" can only be executed at the specified limit price or lower. Since this would give an investor a better cost basis on an investment. Fun fact, the first modern stock trading occurred in 1611 when the Dutch East India Company decided to raise capital by selling stock and paying dividends of shares to their investors. This move led to the creation of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. How far we've come. 

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With Titan, you can add capital instantly and withdraw within 2-4 business days. We don’t believe in locking up your money. However, we strongly encourage you to have the perspective of a long-term oriented investor with patient capital.

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Titan Flagship is our U.S. large cap growth strategy, invested in 15-25 stocks on the long side. These are high-quality businesses vetted through deep fundamental research by our Portfolio Manager and Research team. The Flagship portfolio is updated when the Portfolio Manager sees a better risk/reward opportunity than an existing portfolio holding(s). The Flagship strategy is long-term focused with low turnover, which means typically only a few stocks change each quarter. On the short side, clients have personalized downside protection via a market index hedge. Titan Opportunities is our U.S. small/mid cap growth strategy. Titan Offshore is our international growth strategy. Titan Crypto is our cryptocurrency strategy.

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We are currently only available to U.S. citizens, green card holders, and holders of certain visas. Our clients must have a U.S. residential mailing address. We hope to expand internationally in the future and will let you know when we do.

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