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  3. +$632 Trade Recap: AMD 1-Min ORB VWAP Breakout, TSLA 9/20, MU VWAP Run and 9/20 Trade Date: 6/21/24 AMD - after a quick selloff to 20EMA daily and S1 a beautiful double bullish candles formed coinciding with a VWAP break and 1-Min Opening Range Breakout. You could not ask for cleaner setup. Went long at break of HOD towards Pre-Market High and R1. We were stalling on the way to R1 so I partialed on the way up aggressively and decided to not hold for a potential uptrend. TSLA - was holding the consolidation area of Pre-Market after a quick run-up and sell-off. Thought we may try for PDC and a 9/20. High chance of failure for this setup so I waited for the 1-Min 9EMA break for my entry and partialed out at the 20 EMA with a final target of R1. The L2 was turning bullish during this time. **Clean trade but Tesla is known to whipsaw around so I did not hold. Tried again later for a break of VWAP but were ranging and decided to exit and not risk my gains. MU - gapped down on the daily and had a strong bounce from the daily 20 EMA. This trade was pure momentum and had targets of VWAP and 20EMA 1-Min. Partialed at the 9 and 20 EMA 1-Min then fully out once we pulled back more than 50% of the previous candle. #AMD #TSLA #TESLA #MICRON #MU #VWAP #ORB #920
  4. see here https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part?r=1wujo4&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
  5. Would anyone based in London like to meet any time soon?
  6. Hi, Can someone please help me understand this thread? I have the same question, so I'm interested to read the whole thing. It looks like a conversation between two people: Lucian and Peter. However, I'm not able to see or read any of Peter's posts. All I can see are posts by Lucian_Dinu. I'm a member of BBT, at the elite membership. Can anyone help me better understand the forum system? Thanks! Daniel
  7. I'm curious if there are any BBT'ers in Hawaii. I live on Oahu, Ala Moana area. If so, thought we might chat/get together for beverages. Cheers, John
  8. yes if your stop is 10 cents and the spread is 7 cents you are down 0.7R right when you open the position.
  9. I think that was a high bid ask spread maybe THanks Peter, Appreciated
  10. you can easily check if your risk and position is correct: divide your risk 40 with (avg price - stop loss price) or divide the position with the (avg price - stop loss price)
  11. @Pete B Hey Peter, Yes I know that's why it was alittle strange when the stop loss was triggered and it showed $74, but thanks any way
  12. +$329 Trade Recap: AMD Scalp to VWAP, 9/20, Camarilla rejection Trade Date: 6/17/24 No big runs today with my trades, no full stop outs either so can't complain. 1st trade, simple scalp to the 1-min 9EMA/ VWAP, stop out at B/E. 2nd trade, classic 9/20 once 9EMA was broken, exited at the 20EMA and just before VWAP. 3rd trade, Camarilla S6 break lower, a little late on my entry since there was a clear rejection of S5, covered at large liquidity of $155 then longed to VWAP once we broke above S6 again and stopped out at B/E #AMD #CamarillaPivot #VWAP #920 #Scalp
  13. it is 40 risk when your order gets triggered and you always can get some slippage so 40-45 is normal depending on the liquidity of the symbol you trade and its spread
  14. @peterB Hi Peter, thank you yes I noticed, I'm using the Equalized Risk Long 40 script and it works perfectly, it's just that it uses buying power and I want to use only cash(0.2R of 20K acount) I noticed that Sometimes when the stop loss are triggered I lose more than $40, shouldn't it be only $40 loss ?
  15. Hi Larissa, My name is Marin, also located in NL, I'm about a year in day trading now. Would you be interested to chat a bit?
  16. Your script is not correct, check this out https://traderpeter.substack.com/s/dastrader-hotkeys to see how it is done these days. Stop orders can be placed even in pre-market, but they won't be executed until market open
  17. Hi everyone, in the Equalized Risk Per Trade Equalized Risk Per Trade Script, the stop loss is not dynamically calculated based on a specific technical level on the chart. Instead, it uses a fixed calculation and it triggers (StopPrice-0.05) which means it will trigger a market sell order 0.05 units (e.g., dollars) below the entry price. what I want is basicaly is: Manually set my stop loss on the chart at a technical level and When I press the hot key, the script calculates: The risk per share (StopPrice). The number of shares to buy based on my predefined risk amount (which is 0.2% of my 20K account in this example). Order Placement: Places a buy order at Ask+0.05. Stop Loss Order: Sets a stop market order to sell if the price hits the defined stop loss on the chart. So I modified the script to : StopPrice=Price-StopPrice; Share=40/StopPrice; DefShare=Share; Price=Ask+0.05; TIF=DAY+; Buy=Send; TriggerOrder=RT:STOP STOPTYPE:MARKET PX:StopPrice ACT:SELL STOPPRICE:StopPrice QTY:Pos TIF:DAY+ Can anyone please let me know if the script is correct and can work? Also How do I place my stop loss manually on the chart? at Pre market DAS doesn't allow stop loss on the chart ? Thanks in advance
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  19. Hi!  Welcome to BBT! 😃

    I'm new here myself...joined Friday.  Super excited to get started and thought I'd say hello.  Hope to see you in the onboarding session Monday evening.

  20. Hey everyone! Excited to have found the BBT community. I'm 44 and recently moved to the Cincinnati area. I have driven past a billboard about learning day trading for over a year now, and for some reason it resonated with me this week. Mainly I think what prompted this was listing to Tom Bilyeu taking about breaking the time for money equation. I've had in interest in stocks and stock investing for a long time now, but I've always hesitated about day trading for all of the negative stigma around it. But as I started to look into this one company's training program, I started looking around the marketplace and Reddit and have come to believe the overwhelming feedback out there that you don't necessarily need to pay for expensive trainings and individualized coaching, but you DO need an appetite and willingness to learn and the support of a strong community. Enter BBT. I found Andrew's book and the BBT podcast and am grateful for both! I'm not all the way through the book yet, but I'm excited to crush it pretty quickly, join the next onboarding training, then getting after it! I'm really looking forward to getting to meet everyone, learning the trade smartly, then graduating to real investments in the near future. Cheers!
  21. +$443 Trade Recap: AMD Short to Pre-market Low then ORB Long to the Camarilla Pivots Trade Date: 6/14/24 1st trade, AMD had a nice reversal off pre-market low to S1, saw a quick rejection and went short (small size as I was not that confident) to VWAP/S2 and PM/S3 low targets. We sold off nicely on the retest of PM low but Doji'd out. AMD was holding VWAP for a potential squeeze higher, and I exited before B/E. Better to get out for some profit than wait for a stop out at B/E if you sense it! 2nd trade, beautiful bullish 1st 5-min candle, 2nd candle also had a great wick and we were above VWAP. Saw momentum flowing for an ORB higher and went long (heavy size) for HOD break towards S1 then to PDC/R1, large orders at $160, and a final push to R2 goal. We ended up testing R3 but by that time we were extended and wicked on decent volume for the rejection. #AMD #CamarillaPivots #ORB #OpeningRangeBreakout
  22. +$577 Trade Recap: TSLA Short from Camarilla Pivot R6 Rejection Trade Date: 6/13/24 TSLA gapped up on Elon's shareholder vote support for his pay package. We saw a run up to a very extended R6 and wicked rejection to the penny. Initial short entry was small in case we squeezed higher and I would stop out. Saw weakness in QQQ and a 2nd hard rejection of R6, added more, then final add was when we failed to test again. Targets were liquidity orders from the L2 ladder at VWAP, R5, and final covering was at consolidation opening range at $187. *Today's trade goes to Thor's Cam Strategy education (and instilling confidence with taking the same setup today using it) thanks buddy for teaching us Camarilla Pivots!!! #TESLA #TSLA #CamarillaPivot #VWAP #Short
  23. flip is just a double position stop but sometimes you may be not filled because of margin requirements so be aware of that
  24. SYMBOL is a symbol it does not matter what it is for the order preparation on montage so i think there is no way to determine it (now) documentation is very vague in the application itself in the hotkeys section. better documentation with some explanation and examples is here https://traderpeter.substack.com/s/dastrader-hotkeys
  25. Hi PeterB , is there a way one can test to see if the current symbol is a stock or an option for example with the Advanced hotkeys? where can one find some literature on the commands plz ?
  26. I was thinking about a script to stop out and auto flip your position but I wonder how to differentiate between stop outs after partialing vs stop outs w/o partialing. Not sure if that is possible. Also thought it over and it's probably best practice to simply stop out and manually re-enter the trade, sounds boring I know but probably the smarter method.
  27. +$281 Trade Recap: TSLA Opening Range Breakout, Pre-Market Bounce, VWAP Breakout, and Double Bottom Trade Date: 6/10/24 Entry/Exit: 1st Trade was very fast, saw a bounce off PDL and thought we could squeeze above VWAP to PDC. Went long at VWAP, partialed at S1 heavily and left the remainder for PDC. Exited fully as coil snap backs to VWAP are common and Tesla is volatile. 2nd Trade: Bounce of S3 and went for a scalp to VWAP and possibly S1, we squeezed up but had a hard reject at S1 and got stopped out B/E after a few partials. 3rd Trade: Very nice bounce off Pre-Market Low/Double Bottom, great wicks on 5-min, went long for a break of VWAP towards HOD, QQQ was also breaking higher. Partialed at S1, PDC, and R1. Tesla did test Pre-Market high but we were fairly extended at that point. #TSLA #TESLA #OpeningRangeBreakout #VWAPBreakout #PreMarketBounce #DoubleBottom
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