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#396041 - 08/12/13 10:04 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
JohnK Offline
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Brian, that's correct mathematically(1127 percent for 252 trading days), but maybe you shouldn't get too enthusiastic until another 250 or so.
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#396046 - 08/12/13 11:51 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: JohnK]
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Originally Posted By: JohnK
Brian, that's correct mathematically(1127 percent for 252 trading days), but maybe you shouldn't get too enthusiastic until another 250 or so.


I think enthusiastic for now will suffice. Not time to get euphoric just yet. smile

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#396054 - 08/13/13 11:14 AM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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Day 3 of my 1% stock market strategy. I made 3.1 percent. Blackberry was on a run. Was my 3rd trade for the day. Lost 1%, then lost a very small amount, then hit BBRY for a total of 3.1 percent in trading account overall.

Could have stopped for the day with a loss. Glad I didn't.

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#396069 - 08/14/13 10:06 AM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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I'll stop reporting on this soon, but just so's you know's that it's working for me. Today is day 4.

Day 1 = 1%
Day 2 = 1.2%
Day 3 = 3.2%
Day 4 = 1.8%

That's on 90-100% of money in Trading account, per trade. Not every first trade was a winner. Had to look for more. But Day 2 and Day 4 were 1 trade, 10 minute, or less, ordeals.

Also, the 1st 15 minutes of the day is ideal for stocks going up. After the first 15 minutes, most of those going up, have turned around and headed back down.

Don't remember if I mentioned it, or not. But in order to find these stocks. I just monitor the streams on stocktwits.com. It's like twitter for stocks. Free and don't even need to register, if you don't want to. Just watch what stocks they are talking about, then view their charts. I use a 1 minute bar intraday, and a 1 day bar monthly, along with volume, time/sales, Level II screens. Don't need any other indicators or analysis.

Just make sure the stock is trading over 1 million shares a day. The more, the better. On my screen I can mouse over the bars on the daily bars and it'll give me the volume for each day. If you happen to notice that a buy order is slowly fulfilling, it might be best to cancel that order before it has completed it's mission. You might find yourself unable to unload your shares, at a decent rate and for a decent price.

There. Follow this advice and you might find yourself making millions in no time. (Myself or Axiomaudio will not be held responsible if you discover financial ruin instead.)


Edited by CatBrat (08/14/13 10:26 AM)

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#396075 - 08/14/13 01:46 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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Can I do a case study on you after you retire and compare your retirement portfolio's performance to people who "set it and forgot it" years ago?
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#396083 - 08/14/13 11:48 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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It wouldn't be very informative, considering I waited until I was late 40's before I started saving money, and am going to take an early retirement. Now if you could find the same scenario, then that would help. Oh yeah, must also be a high school drop out, with no college.

What I have at retirement isn't an end deal. I plan to continue a working trading formula until I can't trade profitably anymore. Therefore, I should have continued growth for many years after retirement. Maybe I'll end my retirement on a yacht. Here's an Ocean Emerald for only $7,900,000 smile
Oh yeah. Another goal is to end up in Jack Swager's next Stock Market Wizard"s book

I'd call that some darn good dreaming after 4 days of good results!


Edited by CatBrat (08/15/13 12:31 AM)

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#396086 - 08/15/13 09:16 AM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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With any luck, you'll not be dreaming this kind of dream. smile
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#396090 - 08/15/13 09:55 AM Re: CatBrat [Re: pmbuko]
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Originally Posted By: pmbuko
With any luck, you'll not be dreaming this kind of dream. smile


Yeah. I hope none of us do. I've got that movie, but only watched it once, so far.

Day 1: 1%
Day 2: 1.2%
Day 3: 3.1%
Day 4: 1.8%
Day 5: 1.5%

Worked 5 days in a row, so far. Roughly 8.1% gain in a week.
(That's percent gain in trading account, not any percent per trade. Like today I bought 2 stocks. One was a winner, the other a loser. Total time spent trading: 10 minutes)

TD Ameritrade is averaging around $60 a day in fees from my trading. It's been anywhere from $20 to $170. Day 3 where I made 3.1% was the $170 fee day. I kept showing a loss, and wanted to turn it into a gain instead. Also took about 1.5 hours that day. This is proof that more gain comes with more risk. Better to stick with %1 trades.


Edited by CatBrat (08/15/13 10:12 AM)

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#396093 - 08/15/13 12:21 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: CatBrat]
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Was that 7,900,000 dollars or Euros for the Ocean Emerald?

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#396095 - 08/15/13 02:04 PM Re: CatBrat [Re: Strider53]
CatBrat Offline
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Originally Posted By: Strider53
Was that 7,900,000 dollars or Euros for the Ocean Emerald?


The web site is reporting 7,900,00 in USD and Euros. Or 6,793,410 in British Pounds.


Edited by CatBrat (08/15/13 02:11 PM)
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