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GreyKnight Feb 10, 19 10:43 AM

Impulse post eh? i'm canadian so i know what that means LOL! i TOTALLY see your point about timing the entries and exits. NASDAQ has scared me out of trying to time those as it seems random how many mini bounces there will be until the real one (i've seen them get up to three or four minis until the real rip). Keep at it bro. you'll definitely find the pattern while i'm still looking at OTCs. my selfish response is: i hope you keep posting your findings. you're bridging the learning gap for us n

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Jakestocks52 Feb 10, 19 2:10 PM

@GreyKnight first off im glad that this helps :) but yeah i used to get shaken out of stocks all the time (i mainly trade nasdaqs) It has really helped buying at KEY support just like Mark Croock always talks about, that way even if you're wrong you can get out for a small loss or even small profit.

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wildwes Sep 09, 19 7:51 PM

awesome post @mason_fecht! I've been focusing lately on avoiding getting shaken out of my trades and am having much more success!

Drogomirdrogon Sep 09, 19 11:46 PM

wow man, very inspiring! thanks for taking the time to share this with us. i've been a trading challenge student for a under a year now but i've only been trading for about 4 months. When i get discouraged its post like this that perk me back up and keep me focused. Thanks.

fsbackline Oct 20, 1:04 PM

WOW!!! Great post Mason!!! You are wise beyond your years!!! Very informative and inspiring for an old dawg like myself. Thanks for this!!!

Mikeyf Dec 02, 12:00 AM

Thanks for your thoughts and I would LOVE for you to do some videos on how you trade FGD and Breakouts!! That will help me so much!

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Rak Oct 23, 11:22 PM

.... like yourself going through this is helpful for us to see. I'm pinning your golden statements onto my wall "Never add outside of your risk" - "Never try to fix your average" and your golden closing statement: This trade will define me as a trader as how I overcome this loss and how I go about my trading after this, is going to define me. I think the best thing to do is, not let this trade decide if I'm a good trader or not. And moving forward I'm just going to, get back into taking my singl

Rak Oct 23, 11:22 PM singles hitting my bread and butter. Growing my account like I was. Not gambling like I just did on here. This was a gamble, this was a shot in the dark all based on fate.

Crazey_Canuck Oct 24, 9:14 AM

Thanks Jack appreciate the lesson and now 2yrs later 900K I would say you did a great job rebounding from the loss.

Cam_Yake Nov 05, 3:29 PM

Great play by play! I'm watching this video as Sykes is currently congradulating you for hitting your $1M milestone today!

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