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Don't worry i compare myself too and i have to keep reminding myself they started where we are now too and you have to start small don't worry some day we will get there ^_^
@Superwild101 slow n steady
Losses are a major motivating factor for change. I had a few big losses this year that led me to be a better trader. You're doing great, and thanks for your video!
@SeanLacap thanks. I think I am going to join the silver membership first (after completing the bootcamp recently), to keep dipping my toes in and build up and judge my own commitment. Thanks again for your continued engagement. Cheers!
@SeanLacap Love how you decided to share your aha moment right when it clicks. I've blown up as well and took a 2 year break before finding the challenge. Been tracking my trades by setups in Excel and have narrowed down my trading to 2 setups. I had a small starting capital so my gains have also been small, but you’ve confirmed that my process is correct and I just need more screen time/experience. Thank you for these blog posts, and for answering my question in chat re: $TRTC that led me here
@taiwan I do remember your question regarding $TRTC. Today was such a slow and red day. We were all searching for plays that were non-existent today. Your process sounds a lot like mine at the moment. Just need more screen time like you say!
@SeanLacap hey Sean great post please let me know how can I join Canadian challenge community. I am from Canada as well.
whats the difference btwn ur FRD shorts & the OEGD you just mentioned? also what tickers are some recent examples of OEGDs?
Same with Shorting Green to red moves? Whats the difference & what are recent examples?
OEGD is for single day runners and FRD is for multiday runners. G/R is when stock runs for multiple days gapping up each day and then goes under prev day close.
i don't know how to use these karmas i receive them so i hit the link and here I am. I don't know if this is correct but here's my message "how are you enjoying this challenge chat room - I'm soooo hooked!"
It's hard when the market is slow. I don't trade the same things you do, but I've been feeling the market slow as well. I don't have the experience to know when it should pick up again, but I did just look up today and saw that February, May, June, August, and September are the slowest months for the stock market. So maybe it will pick up again soon? I loved all the coronavirus volatility, and I feel unmotivated when there's not much to be in.
My red days always lead me to reflect and improve upon my trades. So even though I don't like them, they give me the motivation to change. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
@Lyoness thats awesome.and what they should do! Great job!
@Lyoness great job being up 45k youre doing awesome!
How'd it go for you? TCON went a bit higher after open than I would have held, but it looks like your instincts were right, because it's after 10:30 and it's dropping. Curious to know how it went for you.
@Lyoness It faked out on me... 4$ was my max so I put it in @ 4.05 and it snatched my shares up and ran down the the road with them.
Hey, welcome back! I was watching LUB for a short, but it just barely didn't qualify for my short play. Really glad I didn't get in, because this stock is really strong! Congrats on your win, and I hope it's the first of many to come.
Thank you. I'm hoping this is the beginning of something good!
@SassyB Ty for that insight. In fact, it's something I included so when I review this I can remind myself of my values and re-center myself when I stray too far from my vision statement.
On thing @sarimanap likes to say is that no one is better than anyone. We are all students. And it's true. We all have something to learn, and if don't remember that, the market will teach us very quickly.
Very cool. I like. Great inspiration
@DocBrian LOVE IT!
Oh no, that's a great reminder to check connection speeds. I was just telling my husband yesterday I was so glad we no longer lived in our previous town, because the internet would crash constantly.