0.00141537.71
18000000
Total Profits:
$137,431.68
$52 Profit
MJWLLong Stock
MrPraodfait

Entry comments: Looking for a multiday breakout. I'm in with a starter and will scale in as the breakout proves itself

Exit comments: Had a ton of patience with it scaling in and out but the price action is super whacky so I'll play safe, especially after it broke out strongly and then slammed right back down to support. Hopefully it doesn't break out without me

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MrPraodfait

Entry comments: I'm glad I didn't play this stock as aggressively as I did with DPLS yesterday. These panics are obviously not working very well so after my first failed trade on it I just sat back and waited. Now that things have calmed down and it's bounced about 30% and pulled back a little, I got in with a small position looking for a bigger bounce up to 0.015+. Will be patient and stick to my risk as best I can considering executions take a long time on this stock

Exit comments: Small gain, 0.013 getting stuffed repeatedly so I'm all out. Poor patience on my part, should've stuck to my goal. I've lost track of how many stocks I'm dead on about and still can't seem to have the guts to capture these moves

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-$206 Loss
RSHNLong Stock
MrPraodfait

Another POS choppy panic where it takes at least 2 minutes to get executed. Really hard to control losses like that but I'm glad I played with small size and didn't get stubborn

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MrPraodfait

Entry comments: Something snapped in my brain after my previous loss and I decided I was holding until the stock hit my target or until it was just completely dead. It was too perfect of a setup and wasn't going to let it f*** me over again. In other words I got stubborn and I'm glad it's kind of working out so far. Do not recommend trading like this with big size, but it did teach me something about conviction. Got rid of half into the close to limit risk, but I think this gaps up tomorrow and hits 0.06

Exit comments: Well looks like I didn't wake up with as much conviction as yesterday and I panicked and ended up selling way too soon only to see it go right to my target. But executions were taking forever and I didn't want to risk it. Coulda shoulda woulda been $5k, but at least I made back what I lost on it yesterday

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MrPraodfait

WTF...... I have no commentary. This is just so f***** up and I don't understand. I'm cursed, that's the only reasonable explanation

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-$200 Loss
DPLSLong Stock
MrPraodfait

No bounce at the double bottom, cut losses as fast as I could given how hard it was to get out

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-$310 Loss
RSHNLong Stock
MrPraodfait

Another bad trade. Did the math wrong and went in with a much bigger position than I wanted to. What a f****** day

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-$40 Loss
TELLLong Stock
MrPraodfait

Tight risk on the double bottom, couldn't bounce

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-$600 Loss
IMTLLong Stock
MrPraodfait

Entry comments: Not the best entry as it dipped immediately after I bought. But it was still making new highs so I decided to give it some time and be patient with it and not rush into any adds yet. This is technically the first solid green day this stock is seeing so I think it can go much higher in the coming days.

Exit comments: Absolutely wild price action. I'm baffled by the way orders are manipulated. However, I deserved this loss due to lack of discipline when the stock broke .0073, that should've been my exit. I'm having a really hard time cutting losses lately and I don't know why.

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MrPraodfait

Caught the bottom very nicely sold half into the first push when a big seller was stuffing it and then added it back on as that seller got taken out. Still sold too soon but a nice little gain to start the day

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