Entry comments: Bought the morning spike and it promptly bombed, classic mistake because I didn't cut it quickly. Instead I averaged down with a different account near the day's opening price and sold the rebound for a gain in that position. Now waiting for a continuation toward 6.00 to exit this one with a small loss, or ideally a spike AH. Obviously breaking rules here. Position is small so I'm accepting the additional risk.
Exit comments: Ridiculously stupid trade. Moving on.
Wow. Thank you Tim for the alert! It was a risky entry but I played it safe on the exit and didn't get greedy. I know from experience that a ticker up 150% in premarket is dangerous no matter what. I just made over a day's wages in 10 minutes. So grateful for this opportunity.
Entry comments: Small short position to practice/experiment/test -- I took a tiny bite out of the upward move with a long and resisted FOMO to chase -- instead it finally occurred to me that I can ride it down too, and since I'm an expert at buying shit when I should be selling it short I figured I'd give this a shot LOL, let's see what happens! Risking 2.90ish. Goal is to buy back at 2.20ish.
Exit comments: My best short ever. Super, super happy with this entry and cover. The whole midday I was saying, "This is the shit I'm usually holding and hoping as a long" or "this is the shit I'm usually forcing because I want it to run again" but the chart was screaming "this is going to fall off a cliff" and it did. This could be a light-bulb kind of moment.
Under-five-minute microbag. I started to exit when it was around $75 profit but by the time I got the order entered, it had dropped to $50ish. I gave it another minute or two and said to hell with it, "green is green" -- and then it promptly soared. Lol, classic, but I'm glad I exited when I lost my confidence.
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