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March Jun 10, 11:51 AM

I think testing patterns as Grittani, Roland and Dux is much better strategy than keep watching endless webinars and video lessons telling everything and its opposite.

ZiggysMom
ZiggysMom Jun 10, 1:00 PM

Noting that you can be angry or you can be grateful for the lesson. Don't just dip buy anything. Look at the chart and multiple time frames. The lessons are counterintuitive. Don't be in stocks that are struggling for every penny. Long stocks should shoot right up and b/o should be strong. You want the biggest panics on the strongest stocks. The patterns you trade should be super obvious. Stay disciplined.

ZachR
ZachR Jun 11, 10:09 AM

Thanks Tim

SherryHall
SherryHall Jun 14, 12:39 PM

I think it`s fine to be patience and wait until the time is right to buy!

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Flockstock
Flockstock Jun 10, 3:24 AM

Don't be to early shorting. The crack of support comes later in the day. Key momentum shifts.... Is the price near a key zone?... prepare and know beforehand, and always look for good entries.

ZiggysMom
ZiggysMom Jun 10, 12:55 PM

Noting to focus on volatility. The indicators speak for themselves and check multiple. When shorting wait for the momentum shift. Ideal charts have multi month b/o with good news and volatility. Plan carefully and be conservative.

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Junkyarddog
Junkyarddog Aug 19, 1:08 PM

My takeaway on this one is your definition of first green day. Thats good info! Thanks for all you do!

AshWild
AshWild Sep 12, 12:46 PM

Tim. Say on a first red day, the stock spikes creating a short squeeze. Is this a good time to buy into the short squeeze?

LHowell
LHowell Sep 15, 1:00 AM

You are human - know yourself - forgive yourself - be disciplined

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AZAST
AZAST Jul 30, 7:45 PM

Disappointment is okay sometimes! Only take the best trades from patterns that are working for me! Most of the time the best trade is no trade at all. Thanks Tim!

FloridaBoy
FloridaBoy Aug 09, 2:20 PM

Tough to miss plays, but you are so right. No trade means no risk and no loss. Cash is best position. :D

LHowell
LHowell Sep 15, 1:40 AM

I can withstand being disappointed. I don't have to trade.

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ZiggysMom
ZiggysMom May 14, 11:23 AM

Noting to never short on Fridays on positive news or earnings. Lock in profits. Be there. Never by near lows, Friday mornings are special. After the first squeeze there are usually no other plays, squeezes are best at the open. Look for first green days on earning winners.

ZachR
ZachR May 15, 5:33 PM

Thanks Tim

ZachR
ZachR May 15, 5:33 PM

Thanks Tim

iammoseph
iammoseph May 20, 2:11 AM

Watched it again, Thanks Tim, awesome webinar

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TonyG1
TonyG1 May 13, 9:43 PM

Hey Mark great Job on the Webinar. I was at the Inner Circle on Thurs when Webinar was done live but none the less made sure I watched it anyway. Thanks again!

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ZiggysMom May 14, 11:20 AM

Noting that there is no play near all time lows unless exceptions like catalyst. Do not be overly aggressive shorting in hot markets. Alway assume runners and low float stocks are heavily shorted. Stocks tend to fill gaps. Stocks that go two days up and two days down especial on Fridays make for nice short squeeze. Focus on volatile plays only

Ariel
Ariel May 28, 12:32 AM

Heavily shorted low-float stocks with lots of volume can squeeze quickly. As said above, can assume low-float-runners are always heavily shorted.

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