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Tommy_D
Tommy_D Apr 04, 12:01 PM

Hey Banana, From what many people say, OTC, Nasdaq and NYSE stocks all trade differently. The patterns that OTC stocks have work the way they work because they are OTC stocks. You are welcome to join and follow my research/progress, even to work on your own and share with the group, but for now I am only focusing on OTC stocks for this particular data set.

HanaBanana
HanaBanana Apr 05, 2:02 AM

Tommy_D, oh, okay. I assumed you guys would be doing OTC and other stocks as well. Sure, I'm open to bouncing ideas around.

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Tommy_D Apr 05, 12:00 PM

@HanaBanana I mean, I'm not opposed to looking at trends with Nasdaq stocks, but the FGD OTC is a very specific setup. I want to analyze more setups in time, and you are more than welcome to work on your own statistical research. I think pretty much everyone would encourage that, even teaming up with others here to work on it. After all, we are a community and we are all working together to make us money.

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Rokit1man Mar 09, 7:56 AM

That is awesome. Maybe keep a eye on future spikes?

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HanaBanana Mar 09, 8:16 AM

This post is awesome. Loved all the graphics and the GOT reference (yay for April 14, 2019). So, I understand the concept of short squeezes but how can you tell that shorts are getting squeezed by looking at a chart? Are you simply using trading psychology? Also, how can you tell that shorts are getting squeezed when you're watching it tick by tick?

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HanaBanana Mar 09, 8:27 AM

Also, did you really think that BPTH was a pump and dump? I thought their news were solid and it made sense that their recent events would raise the stock price (not to that level, of course). Are all supernovas pump and dumps?

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HanaBanana Mar 09, 8:36 AM

Hey, your watchlist is super spot on that it's crazy. So, how can you tell a squeeze is happening based on volume while you're in the trade? Also, how do you know you'll have a -20 % panic? Sorry to bug you btw. You just seem like you definitely know what you're doing. Thank you in advance. :)

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Androo Mar 09, 4:24 PM

@HanaBanana I buy the low float b/o's when they occur and use L2 for panics. I watch my ideal candidates for spikes and panics from knowing the setups well. I dont know what a stock will do, but Im ready to react when the play unfolds the way I want. I also adapt to whats hot right now and last week it was low float squeezes.

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Jaykian720 Feb 25, 2:45 PM

Hey Hannah, I've been watching NIO ever since their IPO + they oh so nearly had a big breakout @ 8.40 the other week, SOLO had some pretty positive news which is what caused its big spike recently, and now that its way off its highs I'm thinking maybe they'll issue some more news + spike the stock - I'd look to buy this because it could potentially re-test its highs

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HanaBanana Feb 26, 7:50 AM

Oh... that makes so much more sense. Thank you, man. :D Keep up the due diligence. It's been very helpful to bounce my thoughts against yours. Thanks again.

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Jaykian720 Feb 26, 6:49 PM

update; looks like SOLO did in fact have a nice little re-spike today with news :)

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