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reverselong
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reverselong Aug 31, 11:21 AM

tradervue counts a trade differently as they go by tickers. however, im in and out of the same ticker multiple times. i dont have a max #. i just try to stay within 2-3 tickers max as I know the more tickers I trade the less odds in general. the days with more tickers are usually slower days where I'm in and out of the stock for small gains as I changed my mind about my plan. For example, I shorted MOGU without knowing about the earnings date being that same day, so I got out quickly... counted

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reverselong Aug 31, 11:37 AM

@Lyoness also for looking at the 11th and 18th, it says 1 trade, but i shorted and reshorted those days the same ticker in and out a few times.

Lyoness
Lyoness Aug 31, 12:13 PM

Thank you. I appreciate seeing everyone's approaches.

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RouxBourbon

Well after 3 years of trading, I am beginning to come to a better understanding of the market. I have given this much thought and have decided to delete my previous trades up until this point. My balance on profitly at the time of this post is ($11,719.50) I know that there are more trades that have not been uploaded and I am going to say it is safe to say that I am about ($20 K) in the red. However; on March 11th, 2020 I began a different strategy. One that I understood and never tried. I have been a long biased trader up until that point. It was not until I began to short stocks that I became profitable. I am truly thankful for all of the experienced traders in the challenge chat room. The mentors and traders on there are like none you will find elsewhere. Over the last two months I have made over $7K. I am going to delete my former trades and begin new as of March 2020. So, keep in mind that you would need to subtract about 20K from my profit column for it to be accurate. I consider this a new beginning, so I am beginning anew with current trades. Thanks!

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RouxBourbon
RouxBourbon May 09, 9:59 AM

Quick follow up: There very next day May 8th: I got over PDT and decided that I would try some long positions. Not one, not two, but three different trades. I thought that since I did not have to worry about a day trade, that I would cut my losses quickly. I gave back most of my profits for the week and lost about $1900 dollars. Now I am worried about going under pdt and see the psychological factors that it plays. But the lesson I learned is that I need to stick to what is working. My short str

Jackaroo
Jackaroo May 15, 7:45 AM

Good luck on your short selling journey :D

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townboytrades
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townboytrades May 05, 7:25 AM

Great recap man! You are a big inspiration to alot of us. Would love for you to do a video in the future talking about your excel tabs. Got a bit curious about the "risk manager" tab. Keep up the good work!

Windwalzer
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Windwalzer May 05, 9:55 PM

Nice month for you. Interesting when you evaluate how you mental status is and how your trades go. Thank you for sharing, get a lot from you hard work.

WendyIrene
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WendyIrene May 07, 5:20 PM

Thanks for the recap! Really helpful

billydpc
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billydpc May 19, 11:28 PM

Enjoyed the video - liked the message at the end

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