Bought this former runner after a big pullback and turn up. No real bounce and I should have gotten out right away but too quick. Stayed well within risk and kept testing bounce so waited a bit. Could have gotten out a penny on the plus side, but just wanted out before it tanked, which it did shortly thereafter.
Bought this big % gainer that was making wild swings all morning. Bought after a big pullback and turn. Pretty good entry, and it bounced right away. Very choppy, and I watched it go up and down even in one minute, so put in my sell just to make sure I got profit. Ended up getting close to $4 so put in my sell too low, but glad for the single.
Bought this big % gainer after a spike at the open and then big pullback and turn up. Bounced over 6.60 and put in my sell at 6.64, but it was so quick I didn't get executed....as it instantly dropped into the low 6.20s. Was in shell shock for a second that it would drop that quick, and it dropped more. Got out, and then a couple minutes later it bounced to $7. Go figure.
Bought this recent supernova after a pullback. Didn't quite catch the bottom, and when it couldn't bounce past my buy price I should have gotten out for small loss. Just as I was putting in my sell order, the bottom dropped out. Still could have gotten out in the 2.20s but too stubborn.
Bought this big % gainer on a dip, but didn't quite catch the bottom. Stayed within risk, but since I didn't catch the bottom not sure how far the bounce would go and ended up selling way to soon. It got over 4.20 the same minute I sold, but the next minute it dumped. Hard to know what to do, but glad to get out safe.
Speculative buy on this former runner that is downtrending today after spike at the close yesterday. Waited for a turn up to buy, hoping for a bounce. Got in too early and held longer than I should have, but it did finally bounce and then I underestimated how far it would go as it got over 8.90.
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