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ZiggysMom
ZiggysMom Jun 03, 18 4:09 PM

Noting otc stocks take a while to execute so no need to sell immediately on overnight holds. It pays to get out early. Learn from the past, understand and use multiple indicators.

SherryHall
SherryHall Jun 11, 18 1:41 PM

I just wanted to say thanks for the tips!

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greenking49
greenking49 Sep 16, 6:18 PM

When you want the stock to go up, it goes down then get the fuck out! 😁

CrazyWillows
CrazyWillows Sep 23, 12:46 AM

Focus on the process, if your thesis does not work out and the trade is not doing what you want then just get out because either the market has changed or your thesis was wrong. If you focus on the process and not the money you will make the right decisions. Thanks Tim, pays to go over lessons again and again when learning the process.

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Blackbright
Blackbright Mar 09, 18 8:04 AM

First of thank you Mark for a great webinar! 
repetition, repetition – only look to play the most ideal setups that have all of the CVC criteria’s lined up. ALWAYS look at the 1,2,3 and even 4year chart to get a better sense of where the support and resistance areas are, also make sure that you check every other timeframe that can be of value as well. The fundamentals with penny stocks are often very irrelevant, since it’s not a long term investment, we trade the price action not the company.

ZiggysMom
ZiggysMom Apr 26, 18 11:26 AM

Noting to focus on obvious patterns like 1st green days, focus on volatile play, keep recent runners on my watch list, pay attention to the sector - commodities are not good sectors,

01_Eugene_Flores_Orlando
01_Eugene_Flores_Orlando May 13, 18 3:27 PM

Thank you Mark C really learning a lot from your webinars and your trip of thought

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TonyG1
TonyG1 Jun 22, 12:03 PM

Patterns repeat themselves over and over again...tks Mark!

CrazyWillows
CrazyWillows Oct 05, 12:45 PM

Brilliant lesson, thanks Mark, thanks Tim, I know understand where to apply the framework, cannot believe I did not see this earlier... insane!!!

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Fnmaniac
Fnmaniac Oct 02, 11:25 PM

SOMETIMES THE BEST TRADE IS NO TRADE AT ALL

Fnmaniac
Fnmaniac Oct 02, 11:25 PM

SOMETIMES THE BEST TRADE IS NO TRADE AT ALL

gwen12
gwen12 Oct 03, 9:19 AM

sometimes the best trade is no trade at all

CrazyWillows
CrazyWillows Oct 10, 8:49 AM

@timothysykes I find that staying disciplined is probably one of the hardest "arts" to master in stock trading. If one can be disciplined and wait for plays to come their way then they join the 10% of successful traders.

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