@Integra #Letsdothis! Looking for a profitable Friday!
@JohnFrisby23 Thank you! I will take a look at the chart.
know problem libertybelle john and i are networking and helping each other out love for you to join
integra thanks if you want to network and link up let us know the more the better
@louiedecaro31 don't know how much help I will be, but I'll join with you guys. That would be cool.
I also just recently opened my first trading account am not even close to being able to trade confidently yet! I hope that your studying goes well and that you understand more as you go
From Tim Sykes glossary: Green: We say a stock is “green” on the day when it is up a positive percent compared to the previous close.
See http://tim.ly/fgdotc and I have dozens of videos like it, you didn't look very hard
yes thank you, I did watch this and just watched it again (as well as several others on your channel), but I'm still trying to clarify what exactly needs to be in place to call something a "first green day". -are we talking about where the candlestick is green? (and does it have to be a hollow green, or can it be a solid green?) -does it need to be after a long streak of red days? -does it necessarily need to have all 4: good news, catalyst, breakout, large volume increase?
@golfr7k this is why I do weekly Q&A webinars for http://tim.ly/sykesmc students, I go back and forth & can illustrate my answers with charts galore
Thanks for a great video
Interesting stuff ~ Thanks
@Integra Thanks for watching!! glad you like it!
@KDJourney Thanks for watching, i appreciate the input!
When I went through all the students watchlist I noticed that you found most stocks that run more than 20% today. It would be interesting to see a watchlist from you that were narrowed down to your 10 stop watches according to Sykes sliding scale.
@Integra I learned a lot from Sykes but am trading my own plan now. I'm just sharing what I do here. I'm comfortable managing a large watchlist so no need for me to narrow it down.