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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Only 1 for 3 but let the winner run big, and cut losers quickly for great day

BIDU - Huge short and nailed it

FFIV - Long but no bounce, didn't reverse trade

AMZN - Long and fail...and again didn't reverse trade

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

And shorts prevail again

MOS - Short

SPRD - 1st shorted the momo, then long the bounce.  a 2fer!

Monday, December 12, 2011


I notice that losers are losers, but the necessity to let winners run is what over the long haul takes my account up.  Here are 2 examples today:

NFLX - Took a small loss on short but missed the LONG

BIDU - Chased long

Friday, December 9, 2011

..And then a 4 for 4 day!

This is where i struggle is consistency.  Kick ass day today!

GS - Great long

MELI - Great long off role reversal

DMND - Great buy strength lesson, got lucky on reversion short

NFLX - Perfect Pullback buy

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

I can't figure this crap out!

I'm doing something terribly wrong and can't learn for the life of me!!

NFLX - Short and wrong

FSLR - Short of the day...and still messed it up

Monday, December 5, 2011

OK day, still workin on correcting mistakes

The setups:

IMAX - Great long off daily setup

GS - Chased the long for +1, and nailed the short

NFLX - Shorts killed

Friday, December 2, 2011

Great lessons today but had to pay to learn them. 43% win rate and missmanaged trade.

I just knew GS would roll, but entered to early and snowballed too big and ended up taking off for loss on day due to poor risk management.  Here are the trades:

CAT - Long and wrong

NFLX - Shorted weakness in a gap up market, barely got a profit though

RL - Short but didn't follow through

GS - read the short but was too early and bailed gameplan

Thursday, December 1, 2011

3 for 4, and BIG winners, just didn't let realize. SAME MISTAKE OVER AND OVER

The trades:

PANL - Great long off strength

POT - Took long at open and then short, great double dipper

RIMM - Shorted the chatter but a tad too early