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Total Profits:
-$75.44
$2 Profit
OSTKLong Stock
ScreaM

Very slow mover, but one with potential. Spiked after the news. Kept moving my stop up, and eventually was triggered. Wish I got a better entry, but oh well. I felt in control of this one. Tiny gain, but it's something! :)

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$7 Profit
IGLDLong Stock
ScreaM

I don't know if it's the coffee, but just felt so anxious and uneasy about this trade. Maybe it's a combination of that and losing so many trades recently. Stock was so volatile... Anyways, if I had held literally 5-10 more seconds, this would've been a 15-25% gain. I have to learn to let my winners run. I should've just set my stop to breakeven like I had planned because now it's moving up towards $0.59. With more experience I'll get better and less scared trading these. On to the next one!

000
-$16 Loss
DMACLong Stock
ScreaM

Saw it breaking past that pre-market high and got in. But this one hit the ceiling and came back down. Should've stuck to my stop, but I hated the fact that I was wasting my last day trade... so I held it. I feel like I had the right idea on this trade, but it was just one of those times the pattern just doesn't work. Note to self: Stick to your plan even if it costs you a day trade.

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-$20 Loss
MLNTLong Stock
ScreaM

So I was on baby duty this morning, the plan was to get in at the $4.75 break. Baby started crying so I had to attend to him. As I'm doing that, it breaks from $4.75 to $5.65 then halts. Emotions took over and I chased. Got in late and got burned. $5 mark was my oh #@$% stop loss which it hit shortly after. Note to self: Don't Chase and don't trade if your attention is going to be divided.

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$3 Profit
INSYLong Stock
ScreaM

Was hoping it would spike right away, but it didn't so I got uneasy. Should've used a limit order instead of a market order, got a crappy exit thinking I would get out at .36'ish. My confidence is a little low, so I didn't want to see this reverse and have to take another loss. 3.4% gain isn't too bad I guess.

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-$3 Loss
CLDRLong Stock
ScreaM

Got in thinking it would break the round number of $6 and keep running, but the stock just wasn't volatile enough and the float is too high. Cut my losses, took a small loss. Lesson learned. I might've forced this trade because I have to go to work in the next hour and wasn't seeing anything else.

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$8 Profit
IGCLong Stock
ScreaM

Tried to let this one run, gave it some room, but got out once it looked like the trend was changing. I stuck to my rules! Good thing too, dropped to 1.25 not long afterwards. Happy with this one.

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$12 Profit
INSYLong Stock
ScreaM

Played the breakout, and made 13%. I was kinda upset about my other morning trade so I feel like that affected me on this trade. Got up to .74 so I missed out on a lot more profits. Could've made 40-50%, but because of my other loss earlier, I got scared out easily. Trading is such an emotional roller coaster...

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-$20 Loss
BLINLong Stock
ScreaM

I got uneasy when the stock didn't take off, I hesitated to get out. I put my order to get out, and it was so volatile that in seconds it just took a nose dive and I was forced to take the hit even lower. I feel like sometimes you have to go with your gut feeling even if it means missing out if it does end up spiking.

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$5 Profit
JAGXLong Stock
ScreaM

Plan was to buy half my position on the breakout and add my second half on a dip, but it didn't dip. Stock was too volatile. Robinhood execution is pretty bad. I tried to get out at $16.75ish which would've been 3% more, but instead took me out at $16.41. Overall, decent trade. Would've been more patient, but I literally have to go to work in the next 15 minutes. Learn and move on.

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