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CTCC0325 Nov 23, 18 8:16 AM

Keep digging, keep learning. Don’t set time limits for things like recovering losses, you will force yourself into trades. This takes time. You need to have realistic expectations. Don’t give up!

TigerofScalping
TigerofScalping Nov 24, 18 1:17 AM

it takes time and more money to make money...but still it will be a long journey for many traders.. ..i just wrote a blog about scalping...but that is more for advanced traders that already make money but maybe not constantly

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jtran
jtran Feb 24, 8:19 PM

@GroundUp not sure what you have against this guy. Just because he isn’t posting his trades on Profitly or coming out with material it doesn’t mean he lost everything. All I know is that mason is one smart dude and knows what he is doing. He will definitely succeed.

atlastowander
atlastowander Mar 11, 8:24 PM

Thanks for the blog post man! Super helpful!

DominicanWolf
DominicanWolf Apr 14, 11:50 AM

Awesome post! It is inspiring me to keep learning the market and pursue my dream of being a full time trader! Thank you Mason

MikeyMoe
MikeyMoe May 19, 7:43 AM

Lots of good nuggs of wisdom here. I'm almost 2 months into the challenge now and glad to come across a post like this. It's refreshing to see some long bias, everywhere I turn it seems that people want to drop the hammer on stocks-ha! I can see where you are coming from with understanding the mindset of a short seller to help with long setups--Spikeability and Short Stocking have given me some perspective on this, as well as SEC filings and the book the art of short selling by kathryn staley se

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ChristineSmith
ChristineSmith Dec 13, 18 10:50 PM

Thanks Roland W. ... :) Great inspiration!

SpectorMP
SpectorMP Feb 28, 9:21 AM

Thanks Rolland, Great help in understanding this chart.

PocketPAT
PocketPAT May 11, 1:08 AM

Thanks Roland!!! I'd definitely stolen your split view strategy and time intervals for long-term charts (I'd never used them in STT before seeing your previous video lesson), but I love this short-term perspective view as well. Consider it stolen!!! LESSON: For the mid-day perk pattern, consider dip buying the bounce after the INITIAL spike. Whether it consolidates or ramps, that's potentially the best area for risk/reward over proven support. LESSON 2: Don't be scared away from a potential mid-

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