Break even after fees, not the best setup but when I bought level 2 looked good for a possible bounce, however volume faded and I quickly realized this was a bad setup overall, needed to get out but was patient and sold into strength, slightly higher now but happy to be out without a loss for the bad setup I entered
Small percent gain, bought a little early trying for a bounce, volume looked good. However had some big sellers that had to get flushed out and it ended up going lower, added once. Ended up bouncing quite a bit more, coulda shoulda woulda been more patient but had a decent percent gain.
Decent percent gain, sort of a speculative bounce play but massive panic over around 1-2 hours with no bad news that I could find. In past have played these and not turned out so well but this one had way more volume, no bad news, and got halted down. Watched it hold around $25.01 for quite a while after the unhalt, wanted to buy there but had to chase a little on its way up the bounce.
About break even after fees, had good volume indication for a bottom, level 2 and price action looked decent, was a slightly better opportunity to sell in which I tried to get out $0.0248ish but didn't fill, had other people jumping in trying same thing as soon as I did, with much bigger size. Didn't like the weak bounce so slammed the bid.
Playing breakout over 52 week high here, seemed to hold into open and then when it started to squeeze above day highs jumped in. Was a speculative trade as I have seen these squeezes not be very strong, sold most into strength on way up. Halted around $6.86 , sold rest around $6
Accidently bought about 10 X what I should have, because of that just sold as fast as I could and left a little on table, either way although this had dropped to support levels, and was a decent buy, somewhat illiquid and had a terrible spread. Known to be a slower bouncer in past, and is now much higher than my sell, but due to my big error on sizing I wasn't willing to be patient. Bounce play off support.
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