Paper Trade: This was a flat top breakout of consolidation. I got in and it just didn't move very quickly or strongly so I got out with a scratch. I watched it gain about $.25 of course the volume came in after I was out. But, that's okay. I played it safe. Not a bad setup either, other than the volume. I had hoped people would notice more/sooner.
Paper Trade: I actually set this one and left and did other things and didn't realize it was executed until 36 minutes later. I was luck it didn't drop. But, it also didn't take off like I had hoped for the flat top consolidation breakout ...so I got out with a scratch. I could have stayed in for a $.25 move in the end. Oh well.
Paper Trade: I thought this had the chance of jumping over that whole dollar mark before the bell ($15.00) so I jumped in. BUT, it certainly didn't get the momentum behind it. So, I got out for a scratch. It was just going to be a scalp trade with the tiny bit of time left in the day and with the $15.14 resistance level there anyway.
Paper Trade: This was gonna be my big trade of the day...except I was in the bathroom and it got triggered and my husband exited my position for me! HAHAHA! *facepalm* I missed $1.77/share.... I told him he has to TELL ME my order was filled next time rather than mess with my plays. Just trying to be patient with him. hahaha.....*breathe* I'm glad this is just paper trading right now.
Paper Trade: I got in this gapper from this morning as it was going to break the premarket high. I didn't like how it was acting around the whole dollar so I got out quickly. There were some 50,000 share buys on the time and sales but it still dipped lower right after those went through so I didn't feel like it would jump above $28.00. Sure enough it came down after I exited. Good trade. I tried trading the $28.00 flattop break later but there was a glitch in my platform so it didn't work.
Paper Trade: I got in this one as it was showing strength and had done a micro pullback on the 1 minute chart. I watched for the first 1 min candle to make a new high and jumped in for a short play. I didn't like how quickly it whipped around earlier so I got out extremely fast to lock in my profits.