I'm thinking of switching posts to only 2wk+ swings (bottom or near bottom feeders with good stories, "solid" speculative catalysts that may become more solid over span of swing, or fundamentals) or clear short setups like in the case of parabolic curves breaking down. I think I may be more useful/helpful in those areas.
I'm also growing more uncomfortable with how often I'm presenting my own personal day-to-day trading style, which is high risk, works for me, but may not work for others (especially when there's the delay of posting, perhaps occupied with another ticker, I may not get around to replying, etc, and/or the very real risk of just being wrong but not catching it in time to minimize risk for others). I want to be able to help others in ways which they can eventually LT self-sustain. I don't want anyone picking up my usual day trading habits when I know they're not right for everyone and day trading is also just one of a mix of trading that I do (risk management) .
So, for example, with UAMY: scoped it out, did my research, and bottom fed. Periodically I'd post updates (not all are attached here), and changed the PT 3x (with notice before the previous PTs arrived) bc the chart, market, and story/specs still suggested further growth.
Is that something that would be helpful -- fewer, but more focused posts in those two areas (patience swing plays with fundamentals/story/"solid" speculatives + clear short breakdowns that have already or virtually confirmed)?
The screenshots aren't in order (not all are attached bc there's a limit 😂), but the patience swing play posts would be something along those lines: updates every so often whenever I see something on the chart and/or taking a look at the chart if I haven't posted in a bit but someone would like an update. The short breakdowns would only be one post based solely on technicals (not my personal thoughts) mentioning that a short has confirmed or soon will very likely (90%+).
Let me know yalls' thoughts. Stay warm, stay safe over the weekend. 😉👍
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