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asfricksrs Jan 19, 11:11 PM

Thank you for your reflections on this journey. I have heard wonderful things about Mr. Sykes helping this community. The phrase that helps me is "plan your trade - trade with the plan." Thank you again.

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Windwalzer Jan 20, 9:57 PM

This is great, making a trading plan still eludes me. I know what they are for I just don't have the knowledge or understanding yet on, if I find a ticker tonight and decide what the support and resistance levels are, look at different chart times 6 mos, 1 yr, 5 yr, 10 yr. Know it has a history of spiking, charts not too choppy, then what? Thank you for sharing.

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Recondo Feb 04, 10:38 AM

Great review of your trade. Nice work!

Windwalzer
Windwalzer Mar 13, 10:15 PM

Reading this a second time with more education trading is making more sense. I'm getting the chart understanding, much better at a watchlist and what to look for in a stock, I think about a plan but I seem to do better one piece at a time. I will get it, an entry dip buy, 2pm vwap, end of day for o/n, I understand now,(not 100%) I get having a % you'd like to make r/r, Just have to start putting it all together. Keep up the good work.

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D22 Jan 02, 9:52 PM

"size is overrated" ~ @huddie ive come to understand this. if youre in the right trades the volatility will offer enough upside without crazy size. and especially in the beginning when youre tinkering and learning crazy size isn't necessary imo. keep up the good work and studying everyone!!

D22
D22 Jan 02, 10:01 PM

And THANK YOU all for the engagement and positive comments on my videos. very much appreciated

Windwalzer
Windwalzer Jan 03, 12:46 AM

Thank you, look forward to more from you.

DoesItFloat
DoesItFloat Jan 06, 6:48 PM

hey man great vid. is that IB you're using? cool you can adjust your order entry without having to cancel it and put in a new order. don't think I can do that on my workstation...

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asfricksrs Dec 31, 19 8:58 PM

great vid, good job in the rabbit hole, I have been fumbling around in there and your vid w/the tutelage of Rol/fit has provided some light. Thank you, will continue to learn w/you.

D22
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D22 Jan 01, 1:01 AM

@primenyc no problem - oh cool! nice, keep up with the process. see if we get some of those running again

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D22 Jan 01, 1:02 AM

@asfricksrs Thank you, and thats awesome to hear! good stuff, glad I could help in some way. long road down this never-ending process. fell free to message me in the challenge chat

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D22 Jan 02, 10:01 PM

And THANK YOU all for the engagement and positive comments on my videos. very much appreciated

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D22 Oct 24, 19 11:54 PM

@skatermdw thanks! happy I could help and that you enjoyed it. ithe process is absolutely about self awareness and self discovery. tinkering and testing to find what works for yourself and your personality. just need some more momo in these markets, lol

D22
D22 Oct 24, 19 11:57 PM

@redwagonrider each name/ticker I trade differently based on how they act. intraday volatility, levels that setup with solid vol, key areas of support and resistance, if lvl2 says theres sellers, dip buyers, shorts, or covers. theres a lot of things to take into consideration on each trade and setup. I have seen some % gains start in a/h but I can't generalize it to all of them; if that makes sense.

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redwagonrider Oct 25, 19 7:04 AM

@D22 I totally agree. I guess my observation would be that, as in regards to what triggers the OEGD, the buyers drying up, and a shift of control to the sellers, I was seeing the same occur in the OEGU setup, but I was curious if the correlation happened immediately, ie... (ah) when short sellers move off the ask, and underwater longs stop hitting the bid, and late profit takers pull their orders and continue to baghold. Is that relief immediately noticeable and the momentum switch that gives th

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redwagonrider Oct 25, 19 7:08 AM

the gap up formula its start. I agree total that we start with general ideas, find instances that support that idea, refine the criteria to become more stringet, and see where our strategies pass/ fail and the odds that as we refine something do our odds improve or decline. I would be curious to know what your come up with as you research it further.

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