I hope you are well.
After alerting our most recent short-term trade opportunity around 2.50, it was our belief that investors would be presented with increased volatility, especially in the event that the merger was finalized.
Following our alert the company rallied to a high of 3.34 during premarket trading on Thursday following news regarding the merger. However, unfortunately the trade has not been able to sustain its gains.
While many had the opportunity to secure upside of 33%, there were some who unfortunately let a massive potential winner turn into a loser.
To reduce the risks of something like this happening again, it is critical, for those who aren’t already doing so, to either actively follow your trades or setup stop losses to protect your investment in the event of downside.
If you haven’t done so already, despite my urging on every email – it is paramount to establish a trading strategy that helps you limit your losses and maximize your gains depending on your personal experience, risk tolerance, and other factors that you may want to discuss with a certified professional (not us).
If you are not familiar with my trading guidelines, please read them below. These trading guidelines are designed to give you a starting point to develop your own personal trading philosophy and approach.
Trading Rules [Please Review Before Taking Any Action]:
- Do not invest more than you are willing to lose. No one likes to consider the worst case, but it’s always a risk that exists. Rule of thumb – if you cannot sleep at night as a consequence of your investment, then you have over invested.
- Keep calm. Do not chase. Decide for yourself if you like the trade. If you are not comfortable with the perceived risks, stay out. Timelines are to be decided by you. Approach methodically, and seek technical confirmation for direction. Always trade with a strategy in mind.
- Never use market orders. Only use buy and sell limit orders. Protecting your investment is more important than missing gains. Use “trailing stop %” or “trailing stop limit” orders. Personally I prefer mental stops while actively managing trades rather than entering your stop into your brokerage account.
- Cut losses quickly when day/swing trading. It’s better to acknowledge being wrong than to have false hope. Sometimes you will be wrong in doing so, often times it will save you. It all depends on your entry.
- Actively manage all your investments & trade during market hours only. Trading during pre/post market hours carries greater volatility/risk.
Please email me and let me know how this trade worked out for you- good or bad.
If you have any questions please let me know.
For those whom this trade did not work out, I would like to apologize, and will be working to find a trade opportunity to hopefully make it up to you.
I thank you immensely for your support and I appreciate your feedback.
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