Had the greatest epiphany a couple of hours ago. After clearing my watchlist, I’d realized that out of about 20 tickers: 4 were potential high volatility daily dips/panics, 5 were potential low volatility long-term run-ups and the other 11 were garbage tickers (not volatile enough and/or too choppy). Now, I have a clear picture of which of these slower-moving tickers I should be trading and how I should look to trade them. Not only that, I’ve realized that I can start trading long-term run-ups after the first green day right NOW. I’ve been tracking them all week from biggest % gainers and didn’t want to introduce them until I got over PDT, for ease of entry and exit; but I don’t need to wait. Holding overnight on tickers that have historically run up for 3-6 green days, over and over from support, will not cost me a day trade after entry. They typically run up at least $1/share til hard resistance, and move slowly so I can set a breakeven stop limit order in case it reverses while I’m not looking. $1/share on a typical position will yield me $2,000 in 3-6 days on this setup (they just take 3-6 days to complete the cycle). I can dedicate one entire account a single long-term position and still have the entire second account to trade daily dips/panics (running the long-term bounce in the background). So that’s a potential $2,000-3,000 per week. Starting this new strategy on Monday.