No trades today, as I was fully prepared but all plays were unexpectedly EXPLOSIVE to the down-side, right into the first minute; and I was caught off-guard. As expected, there were PLENTY of premarket gap-downs on StocksToTrade, which is awesome; but I'm sure now that watching six mini-charts at the same time might be too busy. I've also realized that instead of looking for BOTH tickers down after First Red Days AND Premarket Gap-Downs, I should narrow my search to Premarket Gap-Downs AFTER First Red Days (combining the two, instead of scanning for them separately). This will streamline my morning process, allowing me to dedicate all evening time to building the watchlist (instead of looking for First Red Days at night -- I can save that for the morning, BUT require all FRDs to be accompanied by premarket gap-downs as well). Once again, I perused the chat and saw that SPCB ran on such a beautiful and predictable premarket breakout. This is the only chart of all that Michael Goode alerted that I would have been watching, since I've noticed that CLEAN premarket price-action like that (upward momentum with a catalyst, not a lot of selling and holding support) is CLASSIC for continuation after market open. Deliberating again over trading hype plays from the chatroom, I've concluded that it'd be best to stick with slow-movers. Predictable, slow-moving setups will serve me best, at least until getting over PDT when I can be more speculative. I've made sense of replacing the Flip & Dip with my old Support/Resistance Reversal setup, which has much higher odds and better risk/reward. On down-trending charts, I'll short runners at key resistance; and on up-trending charts, I'll dip buy dumpers at key support. To avoid taking false tops and bottoms, I'll scan for potential trades with the 15-minute chart, since it shows major S/R levels most clearly.