I thought after the $2.50 break it would go to $3.00 easy. Set my risk at $2.55, sell target at $2.95, so I had a 3:1 risk reward ratio. I am proud that I got in on a dip - instead of buying at the top. But it was foolish to buy so late, after volume dried up, on the Friday before Labor Day weekend.
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