I seen this stock pre-market and it meet my requirements ( Pre-market action, catalyst, price and pattern. I waited for my entry and got in. Something was telling me to sell once it got to 4.50 cause of how the price was going but I wanted 4.60s. Forgetting that it was up from the 2's, it end up coming down, so i took a small loss.
Lost on this trade due to not following my plan, ( only trade from 8:00am - 11:00am ). I've been watching it pre-market and the open. I missed my original entry (the break of the morning flag). This would be the first trade I've placed in years of studying, procrastinating, etc... Even though it was a lost I'm glad I just enter the trade in the first place.
Entry comments: I saw this stock spiking earlier today in the 4.20 and told myself I wasnt going to chase and it spiked some more. Even thought is up a whole lot I was attemptting to dip buy it. I got in in at 5.30 risking the 50ema at 4.82.
Exit comments: It reached my exit price and i got out thinking it would just drop and the dropped would be to fast, so i just wanted to cut the lost fast.
Entry comments: Saw that this stock was be talked about in the chart room, saw gapping up on a little volume and news. Entry was over pre-market highs 3.35.
Exit comments: Wasn't paying attention to see that its gapped right into resistance at 2.40 which i got exacuted at, timing was off trying to get out (Note: Look at all time frames for levels and write them down)
Entry comments: I saw $PTIE being mentioned early in the chat room on some good news, I was watching ATOS and when I saw it again it had already took off and i broke a rule and chased and i knew it but i thought it could still push a little.
Exit comments: Like i said, i brought right into a wall.
Entry comments: Seen that this stock was up today on some news and was holding up pretty good. I brought it on the break out at 3.50 with a risk of 3.40
Exit comments: Was trying to set a stop loss at 3.39, and messed it up. So I got executed at 3.45. Small loss, even hit my stop loss point, but now back in the 3.50s.