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Try to buy as close to support levels as possible. If you are looking to buy breakouts, buying at the breakout level can be tough. Usually when a stock hits a breakout level it takes off and it's tough to get in. A lot of times, after the breakout there is a pullback and it bounces off of the breakout level. The bounce is usally easier to get in. Otherwise, you could also buy a bit below the breakout level to help protect yourself if the breakout fails.
Thanks @RockRobster, I'll look to incorporate this method into my plans for future trade entries.
No problem. You're welcome. Hope that helps.
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@timothysykes Will do teacher!
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