CNAT - Looking at the history of this stock, it fails following a big day. Unfortunately I shorted following a cliff dive (#4) where I should've considered the dip buy (#5) into a dead pump bounce (#6). I was able to cut losses quickly and bought a long position into the bounce and turned the trade from red to green. The stock did fade off slowly and did break the area where I shorted. My timing was off and because I didn't read the signals correctly. Now I know.
AKTX - This stock has a history of going parabolic. It opened strong but had a failed morning spike which is a successful pattern for me. I missed it and waited until after lunch to get in. I missed timed it and had to cut losses. Looking back there were some indications it made need to pullback further following a big spike and I didn't recognize that or wait long enough. A trend line would've helped guide me and my entry could've been a lot better. The stock did finish strong on the day and it'll be exciting to see Monday's action on this one.
ATHX - Had a weak morning and I tried to short with thoughts of a further decline. Didn't happen and it broke resistance where I exited. Not too familiar with this setup yet so most likely I'll stay away and try to focus on the upper 2. It did end up finishing strong and the same the following day.
Overall the week was good. Looking back at my trades I can see that sometimes it pays more to wait for a support to build following a failed morning spike before my entry, or entering again, as this has proven successful for the rest of the day. But the stock has had to have proven itself as a previous runner before doing that. TNXP was an example of it not being a very good chart which indicates that it could fade off (#7). But I also think the pullback can't be too much like it was in TNXP. All of these stocks were low floaters and did have a catalyst except ATHX. Looking forward to trading tomorrow seeing this new pattern and trying to play it.