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Scraboski

Felt like I had a good entry near support, thought it would bounce but it was a fake out. Cut loses quickly when stock didn't go my way and cracked support

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Broker:ETrade
$22 Profit
POTNLong Stock
($77) Loss
GTXILong Stock
DavidRamirez

bought this midday since it was holding most of its gains, broke its intraday highs but did not do anything. The indicator to exit was that it didn't do anything for 30+ minutes. Held this thing waaaaay to long. I got lucky enough to exit since it down several cents more prior to exiting.

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Broker:ETrade
DavidRamirez

I bought this stock at market open on its 2nd green day up big premarket. Thinking that was going to fly I held and hoped and when I wanted to get out it went cracked down on me too fast for me to exit. I had few minutes to decide to exit with puny profits but like an idiot I held and hoped. this one just tanked the rest of the day.

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Broker:ETrade
($72) Loss
POTNLong Stock
RockRobster

Should never have gotten into this trade. This was a foolish entry and a waste of $$$. Total FOMO entry because I got in right after the open and got in on the Ask. Stupid loss but at least I kept my loss fairly small.

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