The chart above shows the tip history by a particular tipster for a specific stock.
Here you can see each tip a tipster has made on a stock set against the stock's price movement since the original tip.*
Below the chart you will see a list showing the history of tips for the stock by this tipster. Click on any of these for more detail on each tip.
A tip will only close when a new tip with a change of direction supersedes the old tip, or the tip has reached a target price (if one has been set by the tipster).
For example: if a tipster places a 'buy' tip of the 1st Jan and a 'sell' tip on the 5th Jan, the 'buy' will close on the 5th and the 'sell' tip will be the open (active tip).
Some examples of the Tip Close logic
Sell -> Buy = This is a change of direction, so the 'sell' tip will be classed as Closed and the 'buy' tip classed as Open.
Avoid -> Hold = This is also a change of direction, so the 'avoid' tip will be classed as Closed.
Buy -> Hold = this will leave the tip classed as Open (active)
*Since Stockomendation began tracking this tipster's tips on this stock
Stockomendation's tracked history of Charlie Carman position on Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) for The Motley Fool (from when we started tracking on 23 Feb 2022)