Saw this one spiking. Waited for it to get over $3.00, wanted a pull back, then got in. Got out way too early but I am still terrified of trading so I need to just be happy I got in and I locked in gains before the shorts could jump over it. At the time of writing this it's over $5.00.
Was watching this one pre-market and was not that impressed with it. However, happened to catch it on a spike up. It was jumping and I'm still terrified of trading. Put a limit order in around $2.05 I think to risk off of $2.00. I got filled at $2.046. It jumped around consolidated and I bailed at $2.15. RIGHT AFTER it spiked to over $3.00. I resisted FOMO and did not jump back. Small profit but more importantly, I took a trade.
Watch out everyone we are on a role here with a $0.50 winner. In all seriousness, we have had real issues with pulling the trigger and even getting into a trade. The fear is very real. As well, when the breakout wasn't holding up and volume started to fade we got out. This is actually a loss because of commissions but the mission was accomplished.
I do remember this trade. Right before this trade I was watching another stock and paper traded it in my head. That plan went well. I then started to beat myself up over my inability to 'pull the trigger' and my utter fear. So my goal for this trade was simply to get into it. That's all I wanted. To not be a coward and press the button. It was a loss but my goal was achieved.