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asfricksrs Sep 23, 10:21 PM

Thank you for sharing your experience. I will remember all of them to avoid that as Tim says ''don't get cocky'' ''go for singles'' ''cut it early'' and the hundreds of others that echo in my head. Do we ever really ''get it?'' Thanks again..

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ThePennySqueeze Sep 27, 10:19 PM

Great post man, couldn't have said it better myself. Exactly what I went through for awhile. So long as you stay in the game though you're on track. Thanks for sharing man and hope to see you in the chatroom more often.

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Saw my local library was having a book sale. Checked out the finance section and saw 4 books I've had my eye on. Each for $2! Just like stock trading you gotta know when to buy!

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Happycamper Sep 18, 4:18 PM

That's great! I love library sales.

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ThePennySqueeze
ThePennySqueeze Sep 03, 6:57 PM

Great vid man! Thanks for posting. Really good lesson on placing that buy way above the ask. Usually when I play these I put my orders around .05 and .10 above the ask and would only get partial fills. Great play and great vid man!

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michaelGscott Sep 03, 11:40 PM

Thanks! Yes usually don't go that much away from where it's bottoming. But in plays that have great range to bounce and are super liquid, I don't mind paying a little bit higher when I know the turn has for sure happened.

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ThePennySqueeze

Officially finished ALL of Grittani's webinars (with solid notes). Excellent source for understanding the short side. Now onto finishing all of Croock's--have 1/3 left!

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Torkers
Torkers Dec 22, 17 7:02 PM

@ThePennySqueeze yeah unfortunatly - I keep getting into this really bad trades that I dont cut fast enough and they end up being disasters.. I really have to stop that before I go broke - Do you have any tips regarding this ? =)

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ThePennySqueeze Dec 22, 17 9:30 PM

@Torkers Well, the only recommendation I have is to take a step back and ask yourself how many hours you spent actually studying. 1000 hrs? 2000? +3000? If it's a large number (which it hopefully is) you have to really KNOW that all those hours are completely wasted if you can't simply cut losses. Hopefully that helps, it's what I keep reminding myself of everyday.

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Torkers Dec 23, 17 3:56 AM

@ThePennySqueeze yeah - ITS so many thousand hours... was so good for a 3 week period - biggest loss 180 $ or something And made alot of money And then felling right

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Torkers Dec 23, 17 3:56 AM

Back again . So frustrating

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