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Noble1222
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Noble1222 Dec 09, 17 7:53 AM

if you find yourself chasing, you're likely struggling with fear of missing out. some things that have worked for me are to watch mark crooks videos on buying only off of proven support levels, try to avoid buying right at the open, wait for things to pop, settle, consolidate, buy at support and cut if it breaks support. try to be patient, breathe. give a good lesson to the free audio book on youtube titled "trading in the zone". size down and DON"T run out of money. good luck.

Kody
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Kody Dec 09, 17 11:47 AM

Pretty spot on topic for issues I'm fighting right now. I'm getting the hang of identifying panics, seeing past support lines where it'll bounce now just working on entries. Having a hell of a time distinguishing what a chase is. I see a stock spike but I don't wanna buy at the topic then, 15 minutes later it's up 2, or 3x as much as it was, I still never buy in at that point.

Kody
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Kody Dec 09, 17 11:49 AM

PXS was an example. Scanner picked it up at $3.00, when it got to the $4 area I thought that is a huge chase, then it went to $9.00 I guess that is just part of trading you never know forsure.

FrankieJr
FrankieJr Dec 09, 17 5:02 PM

@Kody That's a great example. I think this really is just a game of mastering emotions.

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Hikaru
Hikaru Oct 17, 17 9:45 PM

highest point was $810,000...it was moving so fast. At $5 it didn't stay around for more than a second. Then dropped.

BMcGee32
BMcGee32 Oct 18, 17 11:08 AM

When will you Verify

Hikaru
Hikaru Oct 18, 17 5:54 PM

Trust me it's not BS. I'm not that type of person. I have it on different accounts, and it's still in play though I did close one small position with roughly $140,000 gain. Settles in tomorrow and will post.

Hikaru
Hikaru Oct 18, 17 5:55 PM

The rest is still in play.

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