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D22
D22 Dec 01, 12:35 AM

@redwagonrider discipline is definitely a major key, but to know where/how to be disciplined is a whole other animal. glad I could demonstrate it clear to understand in terms of how I do it. and thanks for the kind words as well. much love

D22
D22 Dec 01, 12:35 AM

@skatermdw no problem skater, glad it brought you some value.

RPhTrader
RPhTrader Dec 02, 1:47 PM

Great recap of your trading strategies!

D22
D22 Dec 04, 3:46 PM

@RPhTrader thank you! I believe ill share some more to come in the future, glad it helped you in some way

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Sky_Hi_Trading
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Sky_Hi_Trading Nov 29, 11:27 PM

Thanks Kyle awesome vid and great rules and explanations!! #8 hit home for me! I do tend to get transfixed on the 1 minute chart and next thing you know I forget the bigger picture and I also lose my patience cause it seems like I've been waiting forever! Much appreciation for your transparency and willingness to help your fellow traders!!

DanVN
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DanVN Dec 01, 12:36 AM

i love to learn from new trader like you, maybe your explain is easy to understand more than super pro trader, Thanks

ElleDiane
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ElleDiane Dec 04, 12:53 PM

This was a great video, thanks so much!

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D22
D22 Oct 24, 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, 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.

redwagonrider
redwagonrider Oct 25, 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

redwagonrider
redwagonrider Oct 25, 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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jcash3485
jcash3485 Oct 20, 8:51 PM

Thanks jack, would like to see more videos of the otc swizzle and your long setups

cdouray73
cdouray73 Oct 29, 1:04 PM

Thanks for sharing and keeping it straightforward

MoonShot
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MoonShot Nov 01, 4:03 PM

Congrats on getting back to your bread & butter setups and not letting success derail you.

Steve626
Steve626 Nov 06, 9:05 PM

Great lesson, very simple in keeping up with what works for you (me). Thanks!

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asfricksrs
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asfricksrs Sep 06, 2:56 PM

Don't be so hard on yourself .. this is how we learn .. as newbies - 4 years and less - we need market immersion, charts till our eyes bleed with selective trades of one niche you decide is your edge. If you are in premarket exit PM with your win. Market open until the 9:45 a.m. EST window is too unpredictable to carry a consistent PM win into the open. You have great skills and can get this .. time with your eyes on the charts and market .. as it changes before us daily. Nice job on the vid

asfricksrs
asfricksrs Sep 06, 2:57 PM

I enjoyed your analysis - thank you.

redwagonrider
redwagonrider Sep 06, 3:33 PM

thanks for the positive words . I'm taking this loss, with the rest of the losses I have taken. Just trying to bash it into my head, that If I want to become a consistent trader, then I need to think Like a consistent trader. I need to be okay with taking singles, and letting a stock play out without me. As I did in my video yesterday when I was paper trading. lots to learn. Glad I have the video to look back on.

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