401(k) Day TradingSince retirement savings fund options are generally valued but once a day at the market close, 401(k) day trading calls for daily fund exchanges in a balanced retirement savings portfolio comprised of stocks and cash. Each day you would either buy some stock when the market is about to close lower or sell some stock when the market is about to close higher. The amount of each fund exchange between cash and stock depends directly on the daily change in a market index, such as the Standard & Poor's 500 index. Taking only a few minutes each day, your daily shifts between cash and stock amount to moving your stock position forward or backward in order to set up and capture lasting gains in retirement savings accounts, where fund exchanges do not result in immediate taxes or direct trading costs.
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