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Donit4us
Donit4us Jan 28, 8:57 PM

Thanks for that much needed push!

drj
drj Feb 14, 1:50 PM

Jack, it’s been inspiring to watch you this past year! Thanks for sharing this story. I can’t believe how much I’ve learned this year from studying. Even though my $ account is down this year my knowledge account has been growing daily. I can look back and easily see why I’ve lost this year. I’m now studying 10x more then I trade instead of the other way around. I’m sticking with it and having fun in the process. Thanks for the encouragement!

MarlonMarkus
MarlonMarkus Feb 20, 10:19 PM

Very very inspiring and MOTIVATING!!!....THANKS!

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laurel
laurel Aug 25, 19 10:25 AM

Thank you Huddie for sharing your thought process on diluted stock.

rubenfavela
rubenfavela May 25, 20 2:54 PM

Thanks Huddie. Dillution + Bag holder = great environment for shorting at resistance.

Buckers
Buckers Jun 06, 20 8:37 PM

Makes me feel feel soooo out of my depth "The more I know the less I understand" (changing man Paul Weller) thanks Huddie, great grounding for me...

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HIMMENY
HIMMENY Feb 10, 6:05 PM

Great video and great breakdown, come back to this every so often to refresh, very well explained Thanks!

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VanDeStadt Feb 17, 2:10 PM

For what it's worth if you're a TOS user: You can edit the Fibonacci Retracements drawing to quickly chart the 50% line like Jack does here. Here's how: Dawings>Fib Retracement (looks like %)>first mark the bottom where the first breakout starts>Mark the top of the peak. This will draw several %ages. Right Click this new drawing>edit properties> Only check the 0%, 50% boxes>Check the other box closest to 1.0 and edit the number to equal 1.0>change the colors of the lines to be the same. Voil

Aquazul
Aquazul Mar 01, 12:39 AM

This is a very informative breakdown on risk / reward, reasons for use and how to implement it. Thanks Jack.

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Rak
Rak Oct 24, 20 12:00 AM

Wow, freaking awesome. This is exactly what I needed to see right now! I've been trying to come up with how to figure out which ones are the best plays, I knew clean charts were the key but your granular examples just nailed it!

Rak
Rak Oct 24, 20 12:01 AM

You want to focus on the stocks that holds near its highs The stocks that look the cleanest are the ones that are going to work, not the ones that are super ugly Avoid charts that fakes red ever day. Focus on clean charts. Thanks @Jackaroo

Rhin0
Rhin0 Feb 28, 12:28 PM

Thanks for the video. I really enjoy them, very clear and concise.

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