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trying to trade small but the range was too much to just wait on
Slow day, very illiquid. Nerve-wrecking. Got squeezed a little bit, but I stood within my range. I'm out as it's too choppy for me.
I got in this trade because it was OTC #1 Biggest % Gainer with Volume on 5/26 & is a 9-time former runner since 5/25/22. Dip bought 5/31 8:30 $0.0093 26k at 5/30 $0.0093 triple bottom support. Price crashed through me. Tried to add 6/1 $0.0063 but it hit $0.0064 & bounce started. Price hit 13:09 $0.0103, pulled back, & I sold 13k 13:25 $0.0103. Price hit 13:28 $0.0105 failed b/o! I tried to get other 13k out at $0.0103... 310k shares were filled but not me argh! Sold 13k 14:00 $0.0095.
Bounce short into 6B dollarblock, letting early shorts squeeze eachother out and shorting small partial size fronside with wide risk then add add add into further trend comfirmation into backside tightening my risk after trend shift. Constant selling pressure after day high reversal. Planned to swing overnight as data tells me the odds, but due to the stock acting strong after having a double bottom and also support from prmkt i exited as the big picture the stock was still green on the day
What a painful trade. Tried to enter $TSLA all morning but it was so strong it wasn't pulling back enuff. for me to enter. 2nd half of morning it got suck to the top of a rising channel. Finally I found a pull back with a bounce off of 21EMA. Exit at monthly resistance as volume died out and it's lunch time.
Backside short into resistance
Entry: Stock broke above another candle so entered. Exit: Stock wasn't going much higher so exited. 10 minute after exiting the stock ran up to $11. If I had held a little longer I could have rode the uptrend.
WAS ABLE TO TRADE THIS TICKER AGAIN AND PLAYED RIGHT, GOTR MOST OF MY LOSSES BAC.
Entry: Stock broke above a resistance level Exit: Stock went down, hit my stop loss so exited. No more high volatility stocks for me.
Entry: Candle closed green on a pullback. Exit: Didn't get filled on the exit because ThinkorSwim software is a PIECE OF CRAP. Not the first time this has happened either. DO NOT RECOMMEND THEM. So because their software screwed up and didn't let me exit when I was profitable I had to take a loss.
Breakout. should have sold when it was struggling to get higher than 2.38. didnt have my stop loss set up. thought it was at 2.17 but i was wrong. lost more than i should have. need to take profits early. singles are good man.
I tried to buy at $5.50 but my timing was off. I told myself not to chase it, but I did and bought at $6.50. At the first halt, I created a sell order of $7.00, but it went up instead, never hitting $7.00 or below. At the second halt, I decided I had a good profit and set the sell order for $8.50. It hit $9.50 after the halt was released, but I got out at $8.60 and didn't look back.
Re-bought this big % gainer but didn't catch the bottom of the dip. I really wanted it in the 6.50s so chased a bit and should have been more patient. Then on the bounce, really should have been more patient since it got over 7.50 before halting again.
Breakout. should have kept longer. I looked at the yearly chart and seen when it traded similar volume, it spiked really good. i just wanted to lock in profits so i dipped out as soon as I seen it pull back a little. should have gone with my gut.
Entry: Stock closed above the EMA and was in an uptrend. Exit: Stock was stalling so exited. Stock dropped below my entry after exit.
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