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nirvanaghk Jan 07, 17 12:46 PM

@Chongette32 Thanks, I'll be watching it over

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nirvanaghk Jan 07, 17 7:54 PM

@rugby I think I owe you an apology, I know my responses to your were somehow harsh, I perceived your comments as a put down, therefore my reaction, you know these msg board are full of trolls. Achieving perfection(Is there such an animal) in trading is difficult, takes time and so far is one of my goals, meanwhile I am concentrating in picking just the direction of the ticker. I visited your pofit.ly user page and noticed your experience is vast and has a superior profit curve that atest to

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nirvanaghk Jan 07, 17 7:57 PM

@rugby I visited your pofit.ly user page and noticed your experience is vast and has a superior profit curve that atest to your trading prowess and then I said to myself, “You botched it again”. Once again please accept my apologies and maybe you can give

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nirvanaghk Jan 07, 17 7:58 PM

@rugby Once again please accept my apologies and maybe you can give me a hand once in a while

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alealvarez Jan 04, 17 8:54 PM

Great post. In my case I prefer not to paper trade but to buy just a few shares instead. With unreal money I think I would over trade and I would absolutely avoid to control my emotions as they may not be real because I have nothing to lose.

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tajjad Jan 06, 17 8:25 AM

Papertrade: bought 100 shares of PTCO @ $2.30, held support @ $2.29 yesterday. Could re-spike today on yesterday's news

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tajjad Jan 06, 17 9:23 AM

Out @ $2.675 made $38 paper non spendables on first simul trade

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aidan222sharpe

@rugby congrats on the 1 million, Im still trying to understand your style but do you just wait for a pattern to form during the day or wait until it breaks out of a pattern to buy? %99.86 is insane, your a smart guy

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rugby Dec 31, 16 2:27 PM

Part chart, part history, part art. I try to find the breakout as it is happening based on historic cycles of leveraged ETFs. Running a long hold is often fool's play because they move so quickly, if you can surf wave to wave, you can catch multiple buy opportunities and multiple sell opportunities. Subscribe on the website I list.

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GreTa

@rugby Congrats on hitting the $1M mark, I see you're not trading TNA much.

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rugby Dec 24, 16 10:32 AM

Thanks! TNA eclipsed $100/share and didn't split. DUST is far cheaper and moves similarly.

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GreTa Dec 24, 16 9:26 PM

aaaaahh.

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TArmstrong4700 Dec 26, 16 7:47 PM

Hey Rugby, congrats on passing the $1 million mark! With your subscription, I hope to pass $1 million in 2017. Since joining you in July '16, I've made over $300K at that just in one account! I just don't understand why people would trade penny stocks when they can just follow you! Your dedicated subcriber, Teri

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Flyin777Trader Dec 28, 16 5:43 AM

Yes, congrats!! It has been very inspirational to watch.

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Tactik

@rugby Trying to get an understanding of your trading style, your longer term positions seem to fit my risk appetite and preference a bit more than other styles I've seen. Do you use any indicators? Even something as simple as a 200 SMA, or are you strictly clean chart support/resistance levels only? Thanks.

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Tactik Nov 14, 16 9:11 PM

@rugby would the Elliot Wave Theory be one of those cycles or something similar to it?

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rugby Nov 15, 16 9:27 AM

Most stuff out there is too slow for leveraged ETFs, my goal is to get in and out with $500 to $1000 gain in as short as time as possible using 1000 shares+/-. Any charting technique is going to show you what you should have done after you should have done it. Longer plays, sure, give it a go BUT you will miss lots of $$$ while you wait for the longer move. My technique is a blend of charting, history and feel for the ETF

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