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slickrick Jul 21, 20 1:40 PM

Mothergoose and Charles, I truly appreciate the response to your daily watch list. Thanks again for the profit.ly Tweets!

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slickrick Jul 21, 20 2:06 PM

Great call on IMRN, up $16.73, +61% for the day, don't want to chase it. Should have bought 100 shares early this am.

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slickrick Jul 21, 20 2:18 PM

My mistake, spiked from close of $10.49 on the 20th and opened today at $19.59. must have been some heavy A.H. & A.M. buyers. Currently at $15.10, will watch and thanks.

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slickrick Jul 23, 20 2:10 AM

Goose and Charles, if you have a watch list for Thursday the 23rd can you please shoot it my way, thanks.

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timothysykes

SINT offering LOL, this is why you can never trust these companies too long

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slickrick Jul 17, 20 9:27 AM

Because they are all legalized extortionists who cheat newbies and the believers out of thier money so the promoters and owners can get wealthy. About 10% of what you hear is true, 90% is B.S.

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slickrick

How does real estate situation work that you posted at chat at the end of the day on 07/14/2020? Reach me via email at: kadamianrick@gmail.com

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Bito

@kroyrunner Hey Tim! I was just wondering what were some of the best ways to think about slippage. I’ve seen your DVD’s and your pretty spot on with your covers or sells at your risk. I hope my question isn’t too confusing but I was just shorting $SURF this morning risking off of R/G and it almost reached R/G by .05 so I threw in a cover order for 51 shares at 5.95, got filled instantly, and then it never hit R/G and cracked like I wanted. Granted it was only 51 shares but I’m starting to feel anticipating the risk level being hit by putting an order in is not a good idea. So what are your thoughts on accounting for slippage should it look more like putting an order in as soon as it hits your risk or right after it hits and should I expect to change my mentality with bigger size? I do figure float, share count, and market cap would be factors so the bigger these are the more you can judge smartly how its acting around your risk level and the smaller they are the more aggressive you want to be with your covers or sells.

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kroyrunner May 23, 20 2:22 PM

@Bito i usually put my order in right as my risk level breaks, a few cents above that level. it's not about avoidnig slippage for me, it's more accepting that there will be a little and perhaps sizing a hair smaller knowing that fact

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Bito May 23, 20 4:47 PM

@kroyrunner Thank you again for all your wisdom and all that you do for the trading community!

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moneymaking1043 Jun 06, 20 8:55 PM

@kroyrunner is it possible you upload your challenge webinars on youtube from time to time? Would be cool to see you have your own millionaire students too. Would email you my progress too, but know your emails are extremely loaded. Just an idea though. Thanks for Trading Tickers !

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slickrick Jul 24, 20 2:56 AM

I picked up Your Tim Gritanni Traders Tickers and the content looks awesome Can you please keep me your weekly watch list that I get from Charles early every Sunday am, with an updated version on Monday or Tuesday? It augments Tim's plays and you go into some great detail about your inclinations with each stock. Thanks for ALL your help!

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