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TradeSmall
TradeSmall Jan 20, 18 3:17 PM

When entering a trade, it helps to have a stop loss price pre determined just in case things don't go my way.

huperauxano
huperauxano Jan 23, 18 12:41 AM

You are right - reacting to price action is better than trying to meet your expectations about a trade.

dmatin
dmatin Jan 23, 18 7:19 PM

MYSZ failed morning spike got me too, and I didn't even chase but got an excellent entry. There are times where you should be patient and there are times where you shouldn't.

riplies24
riplies24 Jan 28, 18 9:16 PM

thanks for the replies, good info!

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Craigtradesthis
Craigtradesthis Feb 10, 18 9:18 AM

that allow me to make a few grand without risking over a grand.....and I'm trading for a living so its hard to just say "wait for the good plays" and "don't trade everyday".

maherc12
maherc12 May 17, 18 4:02 PM

I have found that trading only the stocks with big volume and volitility is best. When the bollanger bands go vertical, big volume comes in and price is pushing above the 9 EMA, trading is fun. Good book- The Trading Book by Anne-Marie Baiynd a pro tading coach. I have been struggling with poor entries, so I am playing only the best setups.

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papajohn
papajohn Jan 17, 18 6:46 PM

@huperauxano the R-value is just the ratio of my average win to my average loss. I’m not ready to talk about the Kelly percent yet, I don’t want to lead anyone down the wrong path there.

unterron
unterron Jan 22, 18 10:44 PM

Did you make you make that spreadsheet?

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papajohn Jan 22, 18 11:20 PM

@unterron yes I made my spreadsheets I use for analyzing my plays.

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timothysykes Jan 12, 18 10:43 PM

See http://tim.ly/memsykes for coupons and the alerts are realtime reminders of my favorite patterns, good for education, but my top students see/trade before me as these stocks move FAST

huperauxano
huperauxano Jan 23, 18 12:59 AM

Tim's alerts are not actionable, meaning you shouldn't trade them just because he alerted them. Use them to learn why he is going into trades. Look at the chart where he enters to determine why that was a good entry. Get - it includes Alerts and video library. I am still learning but have gotten better at trading over the past year watching boatloads of daily videos.

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huperauxano
huperauxano Dec 24, 17 10:58 PM

Awesome job - what was your one pattern that clicked? Dip buy? Bounce short? Thx

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papajohn Dec 25, 17 8:35 AM

The setup I’m playing is multi day breakouts.

joshkhanimov
joshkhanimov Dec 26, 17 8:32 PM

can you tell me how you scan for these multi day breakouts can't seem to find any

papajohn
papajohn Dec 27, 17 9:02 PM

I just scan for biggest percent gainers. Then look at the daily chart and see if anything is setting up.

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Palmer
Palmer Nov 24, 17 1:26 PM

The float is the float is the float...doesn't matter what the price of the stock is. Not sure if there is an actual 'float leve;' low, medium, high, etc. but I see under 15M as a low float...

huperauxano
huperauxano Nov 24, 17 10:44 PM

If you go to finviz website and type in a ticker it pulls up shares outstanding and shares float.

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