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dave1388
dave1388 Jan 10, 8:50 AM

thank you! definitely have to make a video on finding warrants please :-)

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GreyKnight Jan 10, 11:07 PM

@Greenspan see sedar.com and search for Titan Medical, check their Aug 7 filing (TSX: TDM). 7,679,574 units sold at $2.50 each with one share and one warrant to convert at $3.20 on Aug 10th... hence why stock crapped out at this time. Well researched @Huddie! You are a legend!

canudropit2
canudropit2 Jan 21, 7:52 AM

Great to hear your thoughts on your watchlist plays...very thorough

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Jakestocks52
Jakestocks52 Feb 03, 12:02 PM

i've watched this multiple times and everytime its great and i feel like i learn a little more, love live videos!!! thanks huddie

JMad
JMad Feb 18, 6:02 AM

I'm going to watch this tons of times so I can really follow the turn. Your videos keep getting better and better. Thanks so much for all your support and teaching as well.

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TreeTrader
TreeTrader Nov 21, 18 6:44 PM

Damn Huddie, these video lessons are proof you're on your way to being one of the greats. Excellent content sir

dmatin
dmatin Nov 21, 18 10:41 PM

6:40 first Roland now you with the boxmod. Maybe it's the vape juice that makes ya'll good traders lol

SafariTrader
SafariTrader Jan 14, 8:30 PM

Fantastic information! Thanks for sharing!

DC_757
DC_757 Jan 17, 3:51 PM

Thanks Huddie, great information.

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Peachtart
Peachtart Jan 06, 6:56 AM

Thanks Huddie. Learned a LOT.

SafariTrader
SafariTrader Jan 14, 8:03 PM

thanks so much Huddie! REally appreciate you sharing videos like this!

Muraco32
Muraco32 Feb 28, 12:46 PM

Huddie bro, you do an awesome job breaking down the chart and your thought process, excellent video. Learning from you a lot, Thanks bro. keep them coming brother please.

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leiting

Hi @Huddie I have been having a psychological block lately and I think I can pinpoint it down to Fomo. For example on the OE gap down set up tanks at the open I usually can be patient and let it come back however I seem to always jump in too early on the ensuing bounce. I have tried to keep my risk tight during this time as I know it's hurting me. Good example would be IGC today and NBEV yesterday.. Was wondering if you ever had this happen in your early days and how you handled it? I am trying my best to be patient on these yet at the same time I always get myself in a bit of trouble. Would love to hear what advice you would have regarding this and how you overcome it? Thanks again in advance Huddie your advice has kept me in this game so far!

Monopolist
Monopolist Oct 10, 18 3:49 AM

Im going trough similar thing. The summer was very dry and I kept looking at the overall markets being in consolidation and I felt sad/down, I couldn't even make a proper watchlist. I got happy again when the stocks started spiking again but when DOW tanked back down into consolidation a few days ago and there isn't any stocks spiking I started feeling similar to how I was feeling during the summer. Stocks don't go up on decent news and when I want to buy the stock it either just consolidates or

Monopolist
Monopolist Oct 10, 18 3:53 AM

go down. To be honest, I'm just waiting for either the crash or to go back up to the bull market. Like Tim says: One of the worst things is to be in a stock that just doesn't move and now literally stocks don't move

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Huddie Oct 10, 18 4:36 PM

@leiting I can't answer your question specifically due to each o/e gap down being a tad different than the other. My best advice to you would be to go back and watch the o/e gap down chapter in TTT and rewatch Grittani's old webinars until you have a better understanding of what to expect.

leiting
leiting Oct 11, 18 1:08 AM

@Huddie Thanks for the advice man, you have been more helpful than you know. I will go back to basics and watch all of Gritani's info on O/e Gap downs again. I feel like I am "stressing the issue" as you and Gritani speak about while I need to be more disciplined with my entries and if my potential entry doesn't come or it's out of my wheel house as you put it, then I shouldn't trade it at all I find myself trying to force it at the less than ideal price points in terms of risk/reward. You have

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Jakestocks52
Jakestocks52 Nov 02, 18 9:09 PM

I understand why Tim says your Intelligence is wayy ahead of your profits, you're gonna be a millionaire for sure, keep up the outstanding work and thank you soooo much for ALL the content you put out there for us and thanks for your help/commentary in the chatroom too

Peachtart
Peachtart Dec 09, 18 6:24 AM

Can't thank you enough for taking the time to explain all the details of what you're doing. Leaned SO MUCH from this. Please do more. Thanks again.

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