Bought after watching it for a little while as it was in my top gainer scan but bought it a little late and it immediately went down. Wasn't convinced it would rebound and didn't want to hold for the weekend. As I just looked, it closed at 3.64, so I'm glad I sold when I did.
Entry comments: Bought on the dip after recently selling the same stock for a loss. Saw a dip and anticipated it going back up. Held and the stock continued up a little bit but then dropped like a rock into the close. Held overnight with the plan to sell this morning, but was not in front of the computer to sell and it has now dropped much further. Going to hold for a swing trade as Bitcoin will come back and this stock follows the Bitcoin trend.
Exit comments: Crap stock that I should have sold sooner by cutting losses quickly. Need to be following Tim's rules and stop holding onto dumpster fire stocks.
This sucked! I hadn't planned to short. I put in a buy order through ToS, but somehow I sold 200 shares after this stock had just dropped 75%. When it got to $1.81 and I realized that my P/L was in the negative, I realized I needed to cut losses. So I bought 100 shares to cover at $1.87 and then another 100 to cover at $1.93 and the stock continued to rise. This would have been great had I actually bought at $1.45 and not sold shares at that point.
This sucked! I hadn't planned to short. I put in a buy order through ToS, but somehow I sold 200 shares at $1.81 when I really intended to get rid of this stock. Normally when holding long I would sell, so that was my mindset. I didn't realize I needed to buy back the shares I sold initially. In trying to get rid of the original 200 shares, I got 200 more. I bought 100 back at $2.11 and 100 more the following Monday p/m at $1.84. The average between the two is the Exit price listed.
Had to work, had seen it drop like a rock shortly after buying it. Originally set a selling price of .015, but after further analysis, I changed the order to sell at .013, which though lower than my buying price, I was comfortable feeling that it would sell then. I should have used my original gut feeling as I kept tabs on the stock during the day and it did go up and over .015, but so be it. More important that I learn and continue growing my knowledge account while practicing when feasible.
Finally, after not making a trade for over a month, I was able to sit down and see a mover today. Initially, when I bought this, it went down. My plan was to hold it for a while. It was up as much as 30% over my purchase price, but I had a thought it might have hit the HOD, so opted to sell with a decent profit since singles add up.
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