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Fox_Trader Mar 09, 17 12:16 PM

@Bat yeah man had one a while back, dipbought wasn't doing much sold for a little profit. Then guess what went supernova @130pm sold @ 1240..... Increased to 590%

Dess24
Dess24 Mar 09, 17 12:17 PM

@ImBatman I understand because it's hard for me to find a good strategy for some overnight plays... I been using the news, Bollinger bands, and RSI to keep track of some stocks but it's never a real solid indicator once it goes into a/h

Fox_Trader
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Fox_Trader Mar 09, 17 12:17 PM

till the end of that same day I felt sick... Still feel bitter 6plus months ago errrrr

Dess24
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Dess24 Mar 09, 17 12:19 PM

@Jason_Raposo sorry to hear that.. that's the type of play you can lose sleep to... almost like losing a winning lotto ticket

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ImBatman Feb 24, 17 2:27 PM

I posted about this a little while ago and couldn't agree more. No matter how much I studied and as much sense as everything made while studying, my application of the knowledge was shit. Only through practice can you learn how to control your emotions while trading and execute trades intelligently.

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huperauxano Feb 24, 17 11:28 PM

I find that actively trading small positions and getting out quickly, even if taking losses, allows me more focus when studying. Winning and losing real money in small amounts helps fuel the research fire. I also think the experience is not linear. "If I know X then I will profit Y". It is both knowledge and trading. "That didn't work x 100 = realization and better trades". I like the saying 'You Earn or You Learn'.

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