@kroyrunner Hi Tim , apologies for the noob question i am currently creating spreadsheets to track data , i have watched trading tickers and used spread sheet example and found both very helpful. I have split the tickers into separate categories including : market,volume , market cap , float then split them into good , medium and bad day ones. This has however left me with over 100 spread sheets and will take over 2 years to fill each one with 100 tickers. Would you say this is to extensive or worth the time ? Thankyou for the great lessons in the chat !

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black_M87 Apr 30, 20 10:00 PM

Hi Tim, your DVDs are great; thank you for explaining your ideas and thought processes in detail, I've found it really helpful in developing my own ideas and strategies. Do you still use Equityfeed (now called Scanz)? What do you use to record your trades? Will there be a sequel to Trading Tickers? Thanks.

anatomic Jul 24, 20 1:43 AM

@kroyrunner @MitchellMadden I would like to add that slippage will always average out in the end. Just get out at your risk, that's what's important. No need to size down, the strength of your edge won't be helped by taking less size because you're going to get the same amount of slippage either way.

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anatomic Dec 23, 19 3:06 PM

working on that. Here's a picture oftrade on DTIL today. I only got half size, but I risked $140 and made $646, so about 4.6R

CrowofShortClan Dec 24, 19 1:38 AM

Greetings Hunter, always good to see a fellow dedicated short seller. If you want to enter in depth conservation about short setups, chart patterns, trader psychology etc. we should use discord or something of the sort. I feel you on that not having anyone to discuss/exchange thoughts with on short selling or trading at all really for me.

CrowofShortClan Dec 24, 19 1:42 AM

Also, I have plenty of stock analysis that you could analyze if your interested. If you detail your trades, I would appreciate if you would be willing to share your trading logs.

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anatomic Dec 21, 19 11:49 PM

Usually summer is pretty slow. Sometimes December is because of the January effect. People/fund sell stocks that they've lost money on in December so they can write them off on their taxes. Then they buy them back in January which causes a lot of long and short plays.

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