Accountability post 12/21/2020-01/03/2021 I watched all of the live webinars over the past 2 weeks. I watched a few videos sent by Sykes, and a few more videos created by my mentor. I have been sending my watchlists to my mentor most of the trading days over the last two weeks. I am shooting for a watchlist everyday on my next accountability post. I finished the book, "#FMJ" by Jane Gallina. I really enjoyed this book of interviews with female traders. I learned a few new things, including dark pool prints, which I started researching this week. I might do a blog post when I have more information. I started reading the classic investing book, "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator" by Edwin LeFevre. I finished listening to "The Little Book of Market Wizards" by Jack Schwager. I am currently listening to "The New Market Wizards" by Jack Schwager. I finished watching "Pennystocking Framework Part Deux" for the second time. I decided to re-watch "Learn Level 2" and I just finished it. I wanted to see if Sykes mentioned anything about dark pool prints in the DVD, but although there was a bullet point listed in the manual, he didn't talk about it on the DVD. I ordered a book and DVD on dark pool prints from Stefanie Kammerman. She teaches this strategy, and I want to know more about it. She was interviewed in the #FMJ book I just finished, and she talked about it there. I have already been playing around with the Block Trade Indicator in my Charles Schwab trading platform, Street Smart Edge. I am still watching the market every day. I have been making a few trades, mostly still practicing the afternoon consolidation strategy my mentor suggested. I haven't been successful with these trades yet. I ended December red, but I am ready to see some more positive trades in the new year.

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