Stealth Apr 10, 17 1:20 PM

Don't be greedy with it it's a pump and dump I'd take profits

robert88 Apr 10, 17 10:56 PM

Thanks for the great input guys. I got out at $3.40. I did keep going and eventually crashed to about $2.85. Then immediately spiked again! I got back in at $3.35 and rode it up again, where it eventually closed at $3.80. I'll get out quick in the a.m. Keep grinding fellas!

robert88 Apr 10, 17 10:57 PM

*It did keep going...

Madbash Apr 11, 17 7:08 AM

@robert88 I am glad you took some profits. The big concern is that the later in the pump it gets, when volatility is at its highest, the SEC might come in and halt the stock. When that happens, you could easily loose 80% of your position when it re opens. Keep up the good work!

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Tiger7 Aug 22, 17 9:23 PM

I appreciate if you would describe more on RTNB when there was midday panic from 3.80 to 2.80 on 22 August and you took that panic as adding to your position and mentioned we must focus always on bigger picture. How can you tell the different between intraday dip buy and momentum snap on chart like RTNB and what is the bigger picture in this stock we should focus on

Lestat74 Sep 10, 17 8:56 PM

I willl appreciate if you can provide guidance on how to set up with a broker to short stocks

Zainali Sep 12, 17 11:11 PM

FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS PLEASE!!!! I get all the chart patterns. and im ONLY comfortable with first red day and overextended gap down.

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alealvarez Jan 04, 17 8:54 PM

Great post. In my case I prefer not to paper trade but to buy just a few shares instead. With unreal money I think I would over trade and I would absolutely avoid to control my emotions as they may not be real because I have nothing to lose.

tajjad Jan 06, 17 8:25 AM

Papertrade: bought 100 shares of PTCO @ $2.30, held support @ $2.29 yesterday. Could re-spike today on yesterday's news

tajjad Jan 06, 17 9:23 AM

Out @ $2.675 made $38 paper non spendables on first simul trade

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@Arussell125 How is it possible that you went from a few losses to consistency in 1 month? (I'm referring to your profit chart). Did you have trading experience prior to being here? I've been in since June (6 months) and still haven't found consistency. I'm wondering if I'm an idiot or if you're a genius :)

Stealth Dec 17, 16 9:56 PM

He paper traded for months

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