Hey Mark! I know you have 100 videos and Sykes like 600 on the first green day. Just watched this one and others that you both have made. But I want to know, that I know, that I know, what I'm looking for. It's gotten a little more clear in recent days. I had previously bought what I thought were first green days only to see them fall the very next day like $CBRP. A lot of low and slow fading after a big drop 8 mo ago and then a big green candle. Obviously this in NOT the first green day play. Here's what I'm learning and believe one is, but I'd love to have you break it down completely. 1. A stock that has a recent (within a week or 2, maybe more?) - considerable run up (50-100%, maybe more) - with a few green days(maybe more) - and good volume (millions of shares) - and then has a reversal of 2-4 red days (maybe more) - followed by a day that ends green 2. And you purchase the stock ON the first day that it GOING green. I suppose you have to wait close to the close to make sure it can stay green and buy before the close. And not the following day. 3. I suppose it should be in a HOT sector? Or does it matter if the volume and chart are good? 4. Must this also have a catalyst and if so, what is worthy? Would you break all this down in bullet points as to what I'm looking for and a step by step to implement it? I know you have videos, but I always feel like I'm missing something. Also, if there is a way you scan on STT or wherever you scan to find these green days forming intraday, that would be awesome! I'm asking you because Tim will light you up in the chat if you ask some things. Always hear him saying he has 600 videos on this. Well, I've watched A LOT and will continue to, but trying to nail this down after studying for 9mo. I really appreciate all you do! Thanks! Jonathan

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DominicanWolf Apr 14, 19 11:50 AM

Awesome post! It is inspiring me to keep learning the market and pursue my dream of being a full time trader! Thank you Mason

MikeyMoe May 19, 19 7:43 AM

Lots of good nuggs of wisdom here. I'm almost 2 months into the challenge now and glad to come across a post like this. It's refreshing to see some long bias, everywhere I turn it seems that people want to drop the hammer on stocks-ha! I can see where you are coming from with understanding the mindset of a short seller to help with long setups--Spikeability and Short Stocking have given me some perspective on this, as well as SEC filings and the book the art of short selling by kathryn staley se

wildwes Sep 09, 19 7:51 PM

awesome post @mason_fecht! I've been focusing lately on avoiding getting shaken out of my trades and am having much more success!

Drogomirdrogon Sep 09, 19 11:46 PM

wow man, very inspiring! thanks for taking the time to share this with us. i've been a trading challenge student for a under a year now but i've only been trading for about 4 months. When i get discouraged its post like this that perk me back up and keep me focused. Thanks.

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Goooooooooood morning!

JLuhmann Apr 24, 18 8:53 AM

Gooooooooooood Morning!! First time here and looking for the live webinar

PWingate Apr 24, 18 9:20 AM

did you get in? JLuhmann

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